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Personal Injuries Resolution Board Bill 2022: Second Stage (5 Oct 2022)

Catherine Murphy: ...properties as the cost of rebuilding homes has risen by more than €50,000 in the past year, while public liability premiums increased by a whopping 16% last year. If the Government wants to protect communities, charities, voluntary organisations and SMEs, it must address the threat caused by insurance companies exiting an already uncompetitive public liability insurance market. ...

Seanad: Passport Office: Motion (5 Oct 2022)

Thomas Byrne: ...that were taking 40 working days in March are now taking 20 working days or less. If someone's passport is out of date for more than five years, the application becomes a first-time application again. The reason for this is simple. The Department, due to data protection regulations and its own procedures, does not hold for more than 15 years the information that someone provides. As...

Public Transport: Motion [Private Members] (5 Oct 2022)

Thomas Pringle: ...European Commission, continuous growth of transport demand, along with the increased traffic congestion, has negative consequences on the environment and on the economic competitiveness of member states. Providing an attractive and reliable public transport service is considered to be an important element in creating sustainable mobility. According to the Environmental Protection Agency,...

Housing for All Update: Statements (4 Oct 2022)

Eoin Ó Broin: ...prices are at historic highs and rising. I heard one of the Minister's ministerial colleagues claim yesterday that house prices were falling. I again thought I was in a parallel universe because no data anywhere show house prices are falling. The rate of increase might be slowing, in particular in Dublin, but in the midlands and western seaboard counties, on the basis of the most recent...

Saincheisteanna Tráthúla - Topical Issue Debate: Departmental Funding (4 Oct 2022)

Charlie McConalogue: ...occurred in the townlands of Corcormick, Derrindangan and Corchuill Lower. The agricultural area affected by the landslide has been mapped by my Department using a combination of satellite imagery data for the period in question together with detailed global positioning system, GPS, data collected from surveys conducted on the ground in July and August 2020. The total agricultural area...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Climate Action: Energy Prices: Discussion (4 Oct 2022) See 1 other result from this debate

...hedges its wholesale costs to remove uncertainty and to stabilise retail prices for our customers. We typically begin hedging about 18 to 24 months before delivery, and progressively increase our hedge position over time. This approach protects our customers from short-term volatility by smoothing out cost movements over time. In more normal wholesale conditions, this approach would be...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Justice, Defence and Equality: Enforcement of Road Traffic Offences: Discussion (4 Oct 2022)

Patrick Costello: ...representatives mentioned in their submission about section 81 of the Road Traffic Act. We have lots of cameras. We have 14 cameras on Dublin Bus. I will admit, given my constant talking about data protection and the general data protection regulation, GDPR, I would prefer a system where a driver has to trigger it instead of constant passive surveillance by Dublin Bus, which is slightly...

Written Answers — Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment: Energy Policy (4 Oct 2022)

Eamon Ryan: ...access the payment. While the vast majority of people who rent their homes have their own MPRNs, there may be some who could have arrangements whereby their landlord holds the MPRN and energy costs are paid to the landlord in a variety of ways. There is no data set identifying this cohort. However, my Department has worked with the Department of Housing, Local Government and...

Written Answers — Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection: Social Welfare Benefits (4 Oct 2022)

Heather Humphreys: The key role of the Department of Social Protection is that of income support. The Department is charged with identifying where a person has an income support need and providing that income support, for example in the form of a jobseeker’s payment, a disability allowance, or a carer's allowance.  The main income supports to carers provided by my Department are Carer’s...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Healthcare Policy (4 Oct 2022)

Stephen Donnelly: ...sure that patients have given their consent to conduct the consultation through telemedicine and consent to any treatment provided - follow guidance in relation to advertising on websites or similar media - protect the privacy of patient information through effective security measures - protect patients’ privacy by following the guidance on confidentiality and medical records ...

Public Accounts Committee: Business of Committee (29 Sep 2022) See 1 other result from this debate

Brian Stanley: In conversation, we have gathered that the RTB has access to the data from the housing assistance payment, HAP, which is social protection. We could request the RTB to clarify whether it has full access to Revenue. The Department of Social Protection still pays rent supplement. Has it full access to the list of properties - obviously not all the information in the database - for the...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Autism: Joint Meeting with Joint Committee on Disability Matters
Accessibility in the Built Environment, Information and Communication: Discussion
(29 Sep 2022)

...autistic. While Ireland does not have a census question on autism, we know that increased awareness and understanding have led to more people being identified as being autistic in recent years. While 2016 data from the National Council for Special Education, NCSE, indicated that one in 65 students in school in Ireland is autistic, it is notable that the Department of Education has...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Disability Matters: Joint Meeting with Joint Committee on Autism
Accessibility in the Built Environment, Information and Communication: Discussion
(29 Sep 2022)

...autistic. While Ireland does not have a census question on autism, we know that increased awareness and understanding have led to more people being identified as being autistic in recent years. While 2016 data from the National Council for Special Education, NCSE, indicated that one in 65 students in school in Ireland is autistic, it is notable that the Department of Education has...

Written Answers — Department of Finance: Tax Yield (29 Sep 2022)

Paschal Donohoe: I am advised by Revenue that data in relation to the amount of net PAYE and net PAYE USC receipts collected in the years 2020 and 2021 can be found on the Revenue website at www.revenue.ie/en/corporate/documents/statistics/receipts/ne t-receipts.pdf. For the convenience of the Deputy this information is set out in the table below, together with provisional figures for net PAYE and net PAYE...

Written Answers — Department of Finance: Insurance Industry (29 Sep 2022)

Paschal Donohoe: ...This is a form of dual pricing whereby customers are charged higher premiums relative to the expected costs the longer they remain with a provider. This pro-consumer ban is a balanced approach that will now protect customers who prefer to stay with their current home insurer from being subject to a ‘loyalty penalty’, while still allowing others to benefit from...

Financial Resolutions 2022 - Financial Resolution No. 6: General: Financial Resolution (Resumed) (28 Sep 2022) See 1 other result from this debate

Patrick O'Donovan: ...Public Works in 2023. Our gross allocation of €609 million demonstrates the confidence the Government has in the Office of Public Works to continue to perform our key infrastructure delivery and protection role. The Government support on the back of the significant allocation of investment funds in the national development plan, NDP, leaves the Chairman and staff of the Office of...

Ceisteanna ó Cheannairí - Leaders' Questions (28 Sep 2022)

Micheál Martin: Since the Government came into office just over two years ago, we have demonstrated our absolute commitment to do whatever is necessary to protect Ireland's society and economy. That was clear during the pandemic, when we put in place unprecedented supports for people and for employers to keep jobs intact. That is what has happened yesterday with the presentations by the Ministers, Deputies...

Written Answers — Department of Housing, Planning, and Local Government: Fire Service (28 Sep 2022)

Darragh O'Brien: ...in Ireland are provided by the local authorities in accordance with the provisions of the Fire Services Acts, 1981 and 2003. Under this legislation, 31 authorities provide fire prevention and fire protection services for communities through 27 service delivery structures. Approximately 3,300 local authority staff engaged at 217 fire stations nationwide deliver local authority fire...

Written Answers — Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht: Artists' Remuneration (28 Sep 2022)

Catherine Martin: The Basic Income for the Arts is not a social protection support and therefore was not means tested.  This is a three year research project and we are trialling a basic income model and one of the key characteristics of a basic income is that it is not means tested.  We will be collecting data on incomes of participants which will inform any future policy in this area.  ...

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