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Written Answers — Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection: Covid-19 Pandemic (3 Dec 2020)

Heather Humphreys: Since level 5 restrictions were introduced, there has been increased expenditure on the Pandemic Unemployment Payment (PUP), the Employee Wage Subsidy Scheme (EWSS) and COVID-19 Illness Benefit. The 2020 Further Revised Estimate voted on by the Dáil on Wednesday, 18th November 2020 provided for an allocation of €5,094.4 million for the Pandemic Unemployment Payment (PUP). The...

Written Answers — Department of Environment, Community and Local Government: Regeneration Projects Funding (6 Jul 2016)

Dessie Ellis: 122. To ask the Minister for Environment, Community and Local Government further to the request this Deputy made to provide a breakdown of 2016 commitments on regeneration projects which were €28 million for Limerick city, €11 million for Cork city, €5 million for Dublin city and €2 million each for Tralee, Dundalk and Sligo, which amounts to €50 million...

Written Answers — FÁS Training Programmes: FÁS Training Programmes (26 Jan 2005) See 1 other result from this answer

Micheál Martin: ..., FTESS, on a three-year pilot basis, aimed at increasing the numbers of people with a disability in full-time employment in the open labour market, has been included in the FÁS budget in the 2005 Estimates process for the public services. The FTESS will complement the operation of the existing employment support scheme, ESS. A total budget line of €10 million has been established for...

Seanad: Property Services (Regulation) Bill 2009: Committee Stage. (21 Apr 2010)

Dermot Ahern: This amendment reduces the amount, from €5 million to €2 million, that should be to the credit of the property services compensation fund after four years. This amendment responds to concerns raised on Second Stage and in submissions by representatives of the property services industry to the effect that the figure of €5 million is too high. Amendment agreed to. Section 75, as amended,...

Written Answers — Departmental Expenditure: Departmental Expenditure (22 Sep 2011)

Ruairi Quinn: Overall expenditure on the Education & Skills Vote of €5,251 million to end-August 2011 was running €66 million, or less than 1.2%, behind Profile. Current Expenditure of €4,977 million was running €71 million behind profile while Capital Expenditure of €274 million was €5 million ahead of profile. At the same time last year overall expenditure was also running some 1.2% (€65...

Teaching Council (23 Feb 2012) See 1 other result from this debate

Maureen O'Sullivan: ...and have no problem in this regard but this Teaching Council certainly has not shown itself to be professional in the few years since its establishment. Moreover, it is taking in approximately €5 million per year and the Minister could seek to recoup the initial advance of €5 million, which could go into a great many other services that are vitally needed in education.

Leaders' Questions (25 Apr 2007)

Enda Kenny: Considering the different levels of treatment, the study found that more than 50% of all plant and equipment at the eight primary treatment works was in condition grade 4 or 5 and 18% of the mechanical and electrical plant at the 82 secondary treatment works, excluding those with nutrient reduction factors, was in a similar condition. Grade 4 means serious structural deterioration and grade...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation: Cost of Doing Business in Ireland: Discussion (Resumed) (30 Jan 2018)

Mr. Harald Felzen: Approximately €5 million would be needed to set up a central service provider. For the first pilot Sparkasse, we need approximately €15 million to €20 million. We have a comprehensive approach for Ireland in our proposal to Government. This consists of eight to ten Sparkassen, and the initial cost is about €200 million.

Written Answers — Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation: Brexit Supports (16 Oct 2019)

Heather Humphreys: As announced last Tuesday as part of Budget 2020 my Department will have immediate access to €110 million of the Brexit contingency fund in the event of a no-deal Brexit scenario. A suite of measures will be activated to support businesses that are most affected. Importantly, this package is an initial tranche, which will be built upon as required. There are currently a range of grant...

Other Questions: Special Educational Needs Service Provision (19 May 2016)

Richard Bruton: ...pupils with special educational needs who are awaiting a school placement. This year, 12,040 special needs assistants are available for allocation to primary and secondary schools to the end of the 2015-16 school year, which is an increase of almost 14% in the number available since 2011. There are currently more than 11,800 learning support and resource teacher posts in mainstream...

Ceisteanna - Questions - Priority Questions: Leader Programmes Funding (17 Jun 2014)

Phil Hogan: The current value of the axis 3 and 4 elements of the Rural Development Programme 2007-2013 is €370 million and it will be €250 million for the next programme. In addition, €5 million has been provided for the axis 1 agrifood measure. To date, €205.7 million has been spent on projects, €12 million has been spent on animation and €55.2 million has...

Written Answers — Tax Code: Tax Code (27 May 2010)

Brian Lenihan Jnr: I am advised by the Revenue Commissioners that the estimated full year yield to the Exchequer from increasing the Capital Acquisitions Tax rate by 1%, 2%, 3%, 4%, 5%, 6%, 7%, 8%, 9% or 10%, based on the Budget estimate of €240 million for 2010, could be in the region of €9.5 million, €19 million, €29 million, €38 million, €48 million, €58 million, €67 million, €77million,...

Departmental Programmes. (1 Apr 2009)

John McGuinness: With regard to money already allocated, Enterprise Ireland has €291 million and it is dealing with it in the normal course of events. With regard to the IDA, this time last year the payout was €3.1 million as against its budget of €74 million. This year it is €5 million against its budget of €75 million. The enterprise boards have had an increase so let us acknowledge it.

Committee of Inquiry into the Banking Crisis: Nexus Phase (13 May 2015)

...bank would have an agreed fee that they would pay the values, which to do a valuation for a house, for instance, could be somewhere in the region of €100 to probably €120 to €130 to maybe €150. So that the bank ... the valuer would know that every time they do an evaluation, they will get so much money for it. On bigger properties, there will be fees and...

Public Accounts Committee: Financial Statement 2020 and Related Matters: HSE (Resumed) (23 Sep 2021)

Ms Anne O'Connor: We have about 19 million base hours and additional funding has been provided as part of the winter plan of up to 5 million extra hours. We have delivered about 2.3 million or 2.4 million of that. The challenge for us in relation to home support is not one of funding but in securing home support workers.

Written Answers — Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection: School Meals Programme (17 Apr 2018)

Regina Doherty: Funding towards school meals is being provided in over 1,580 schools and other organisations, supporting over 248,000 children at a cost of some €54 million in 2018, representing an increase of €6.5 million over the previous year. The programme is an important component of policies to encourage school attendance and extra educational achievement. Based on the 2018 budgetary...

Written Answers — Department of Social Protection: Money Advice and Budgeting Service Issues (18 Sep 2013)

Joan Burton: ...with debt problems, in particular those on low incomes and people living on social welfare payments. In 2013, the Citizens Information Board has been allocated a budget of approximately €47.5 million of which some €19 million has been assigned to MABS. In 2012 the corresponding allocation was €46.8 million and €18.3million respectively. The Money Advice and...

Written Answers — Departmental Contracts: Departmental Contracts (21 Feb 2006)

Brian Cowen: ...it that the Deputy is referring to the action taken in respect of contracts within my Department arising from particular aspects of my address to the Dublin Chamber of Commerce on 20 October 2005 on value for money and the peer review process for ICT projects over €5 million announced by the Government on 11 October 2005. I also assume that the particular aspects of my address to which...

Committee on Environment, Culture and the Gaeltacht: Select Sub-Committee on the Environment, Community and Local Government: Estimates for Public Services 2014
Vote 25 - Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government (Revised)
(21 Jan 2014)

Phil Hogan: ...we have entered into with the European Commission to comply with the European Court of Justice judgment that Fianna Fáil failed to do anything about and which resulted in fines of €2.7 million. Out of the €28 million, €23 million will be allocated for rural water schemes and €5 million for septic tanks this year. We are putting €5 million into the...

Seanad: Common Agricultural Policy: Statements. (2 Jul 2003) See 2 other results from this debate

In addition, the proposed rate of modulation has been reduced from 6% to 5% when fully operational and we also have the retention of the €5,000 franchise or exemption which will ensure that almost half of Irish farmers will not have modulation applied to them. My objective in ensuring that modulated funds are retained in Ireland for rural development measures has also largely been achieved....

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