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Saincheisteanna Tráthúla - Topical Issue Debate: Road Projects Status (11 Jul 2019) See 2 other results from this debate

Michael Moynihan: ...Bernard Moynihan will do all he can to ensure that all that needs to be done at that level is done. I note the Minister's reference to the River Blackwater, planning, and the acquiring of land, but that takes time. It will not happen, however, unless there is serious input from and an urgency given by the Minister, his office and the Department to TII in their regular meetings to seek...

Saincheisteanna Tráthúla - Topical Issue Debate: Direct Provision System (11 Jul 2019)

John Brady: ...GP clinics, received refusal letters and found GPs willing to take on some residents. What has the Minister's Department done to ensure medical care is provided as soon as these asylum seekers landed in temporary accommodation in County Wicklow? There is also the question of looking after the most vulnerable children in temporary accommodation centres. In response to another...

Ceisteanna ar Reachtaíocht a Gealladh (Atógáil) - Questions on Promised Legislation (Resumed) (11 Jul 2019) See 1 other result from this debate

Carol Nolan: ...Deputies have seen that there is no common sense when it comes to people, and particularly young couples, who want to live in rural communities. Those who want to build homes on their family's land are being denied that opportunity. What action is the Government going to take to alleviate the difficulties faced by young rural couples who want to stay in their communities and build houses...

Ceisteanna ó Cheannairí - Leaders' Questions (11 Jul 2019)

Brendan Howlin: On behalf of the Labour Party and my own behalf I would like to be associated with the expressions of sympathy on the sudden passing of two giants of public life in our land. Brendan Grace brought boundless joy to millions of Irish people at home and abroad and indeed beyond the Irish family. He was a talented actor, singer and comedian and he will be sorely missed. I was shocked to...

Brexit Contingency Action Plan: Statements (11 Jul 2019)

Gerry Adams: ...of Brexit, whether it is a no-deal scenario or with a withdrawal agreement, is not good either. 11 o’clock Both will have a damaging impact on the political, social and economic life of the island of Ireland but especially Border communities such as those in County Louth and citizens living in the North.  According to the Government's contingency action plan update, we can...

Seanad: An tOrd Gnó - Order of Business (11 Jul 2019) See 3 other results from this debate

Victor Boyhan: ..., very little housing has been developed. I live close to a large site for which permission for a substantial development was granted. The buildings were knocked down, a fence was erected and the land has now trebled in value with no builders on site. This legislation allows the fast-tracking of planning with blocked out third party appeals. In simple terms, that means our citizens are...

Ceisteanna Eile - Other Questions: CLÁR Programme (11 Jul 2019) See 1 other result from this debate

Dara Calleary: ...Killala in our constituency in County Mayo, a school the Minister is familiar with, has expanded significantly in recent years under the patronage of Educate Together, and it now needs to acquire land. However, the Department of Education and Skills does not support this land acquisition as it is intended for traffic safety and a playing field. That is the kind of project CLÁR could...

Written Answers — Department of Rural and Community Development: Land Issues (11 Jul 2019)

Tony McLoughlin: 16. To ask the Minister for Rural and Community Development the status of his proposal to introduce an indemnity scheme for landowners in relation to the use of their land for recreational purposes; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [30083/19]

Written Answers — Department of Rural and Community Development: Walks Scheme (11 Jul 2019)

Michael Ring: The Walks Scheme currently covers 39 trails, with payments made to approximately 1,960 private land-holders to maintain those trails. No new walks had been taken onto the scheme since 2010. However, the Programme for a Partnership Government includes a commitment to increase the number of walks covered by the scheme. In line with this commitment, funding for the scheme was doubled in...

Written Answers — Department of Rural and Community Development: Mountain Access Schemes (11 Jul 2019)

Michael Ring: The promotion of mountain climbing as an activity is primarily the responsibility of the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport and other bodies such as Fáilte Ireland. However, my Department is very involved in the promotion of access to the countryside for recreational purposes. In that regard Comhairle Na Tuaithe (The Countryside Council) was established in February 2004 as a...

Written Answers — Department of Defence: Departmental Data (11 Jul 2019)

Paul Kehoe: ...- (Through Payroll) - Receipts from Rations and other Issues on Repayment – (Through Payroll) - Pension Related Deductions from Defence Sector Personnel (Through Payroll) - Receipts for the letting of Land and Premises (Payment by Individuals). - Receipts from Discharge by Purchase (Payment by Individuals)

Written Answers — Department of Defence: Curragh Plains Representative Forum (11 Jul 2019)

Paul Kehoe: ...Council to discuss collaborating on the future management and presentation of the Curragh Plains.   As the Minister with responsibility for Defence, I am the custodian and guardian of the Curragh lands pursuant to the provisions of the Curragh of Kildare Act, 1961. I believe it is important to bear this in mind, as under that Act, the Curragh Plains...

Written Answers — Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade: Departmental Contracts Data (11 Jul 2019)

Simon Coveney: ...the overall value for money objectives. A small number of consultancies are engaged directly by our Missions abroad from time to time and in some instances they prepare technical reports relating to Ireland’s overseas development aid programme. The following expenditure was incurred by my Department from 2016 to date in 2019:  Year of commission Experts/Consultants...

Written Answers — Department of Education and Skills: School Accommodation Provision (11 Jul 2019)

Joe McHugh: ...suitable site for the school.  A number of potential site options have been identified and these are currently under consideration. While a site acquisition process is underway, given the commercial sensitivities associated with land acquisitions generally I am not in a position to comment further at this time. In the interim my Department will provide suitable interim accommodation...

Written Answers — Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation: IDA Ireland Portfolio (11 Jul 2019)

Heather Humphreys: ...Regional Property Programme (RPP) the IDA are directly investing in a building programme to help ensure property solutions are in place for overseas companies considering investing or expanding in Ireland, thereby encouraging more foreign direct investment (FDI) in the regions.  Budget 2019 also saw the Agency allocated an additional €10m for the RPP bringing its yearly capital...

Written Answers — Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine: Nitrates Usage (11 Jul 2019)

Michael Creed: Ireland’s nitrates derogation provides farmers an opportunity to farm at higher stocking rates, above 170 kg livestock manure nitrogen/ ha, subject to additional conditions designed to protect the environment. The derogation is an important facility for more than 7,000 farmers. Derogation farmers make up 6% of bovine farmers, 11% of the land area but have 20% of the bovine livestock...

Written Answers — Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine: Greenhouse Gas Emissions (11 Jul 2019)

Michael Creed: The All-of-Government Plan to tackle climate breakdown identifies a series of actions for the agriculture, forestry and land-use sector that will contribute to our transition to a low carbon economy and society across abatement measures, carbon sequestration measures and displacement of fossil fuels. These actions in this all-of-government plan are informed by the recent Teagasc Marginal...

Written Answers — Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine: Greenhouse Gas Emissions (11 Jul 2019)

Michael Creed: Soil Organic Carbon can play a significant role in the land use sector in mitigating greenhouse gases and ensuring the environmental integrity of the access to Land Use, Land Use Change and Forestry (LULUCF) credits provided in the EU regulations agreed in June 2018. At a national level, the Government’s Climate Action Plan contains 14 actions relating to Irish...

Written Answers — Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine: Farm Inspections (11 Jul 2019)

Michael Creed: ...the annual inspection programme required under the EU regulations governing the Direct Payments Schemes and various Rural Development measures, my Department implements the option to complete land eligibility inspections by means of Remote Sensing using up-to-date satellite imagery, with some 85% of the requirement being completed by this means in 2018. ...

Written Answers — Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment: National Broadband Plan Expenditure (11 Jul 2019)

Richard Bruton: ...My Department has a strong annual presence at the National Ploughing Championships from a number of its divisions and agencies and bodies under the aegis of the Department. This presence has included Inland Fisheries Ireland, the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland, the Environmental Protection Agency, ComReg, Eircodes, Geological Survey Ireland, Green Schools and the National...

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