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Aircraft Noise (Dublin Airport) Regulation Bill 2018: From the Seanad (18 Apr 2019) See 3 other results from this debate

Tommy Broughan: ...overhead. I have always been accustomed to living on a flight path and I still live on one. Thankfully, given that the wind comes mostly from the south west, the noise is mostly that of planes coming in to land on the boundary of Dublin Bay North. I am aware of the profound impact it has on the population of St. Margaret's, Cloghran, which was mentioned, and all around the airport. We...

Ceisteanna ar Reachtaíocht a Gealladh - Questions on Promised Legislation (18 Apr 2019)

Mattie McGrath: On behalf of the Rural Independent Group, I wish everybody a very happy, holy and peaceful Easter. I thank the Ceann Comhairle for all his events. Before we leave, and in case we go into cuckoo land altogether, AIB has just sold off a huge proportion of performing loans alongside non-performing loans. A young man in my constituency is out of his mind with worry. He just got a letter in...

Ceisteanna Eile - Other Questions: Housing Policy (18 Apr 2019)

Richard Boyd Barrett: ...For example, NAMA, which financed 2,500 homes last year that were sold on to the private sector, could be instructed not to sell properties into the private sector. We should be using NAMA owned land to deliver public housing which is affordable. This is the point I am making. I know we need stop-gaps but at the end of the Government's plan we will still be heavily dependent on the...

Ceisteanna - Questions - Ceisteanna ar Sonraíodh Uain Dóibh - Priority Questions: Action Plan for Housing and Homelessness (18 Apr 2019) See 1 other result from this debate

Richard Boyd Barrett: ...to spend €100 million building new hubs this year. The average cost of keeping a household in a hub is €100,000 per year. Two years of such expenditure would build a council house on public land. In that light, the suffering of the children is also madness from an economic point of view. I do not understand the overall current expenditure figures for this year. In the...

Seanad: Statement by the Taoiseach (18 Apr 2019) See 1 other result from this debate

Michelle Mulherin: ...economy and if we cannot attract in this type of investment we are going to be in bother. Another matter I have raised with the Taoiseach before is the whole issue of European sites. These are lands designated as special areas of conservation, SACs, under the birds and habitats directives. Unfortunately, most of this land is on the western seaboard. I received some helpful information...

Youth Homelessness: Statements (18 Apr 2019) See 6 other results from this debate

Gino Kenny: I asked the Deputy two months ago if the Labour Party would sell public land in Clondalkin and she stated that it would not.

Written Answers — Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine: Property Transfers (18 Apr 2019)

Michael Creed: My Department has not received an application from the trustees of the property referenced by the Deputy to transfer the land to the organisation named. The trustees have recently submitted a proposal to transfer the land to a community company and my officials in the Lands Branch are currently engaging with the trustees in relation to that proposal.

Written Answers — Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine: Single Payment Scheme (18 Apr 2019)

Michael Creed: In order to qualify for payment under the Basic Payment Scheme (BPS), an applicant must have an eligible hectare for each entitlement held. Eligible land must be maintained in a state suitable for grazing or cultivation without preparatory action going beyond the usual agricultural methods and machineries. There must be an agricultural activity carried out in the parcel as abandoned land...

Written Answers — Department of Rural and Community Development: Walks Scheme (18 Apr 2019)

Michael Ring: ...participants in the provision of high quality walking trails, by contracting them to undertake maintenance work on sections of National Waymarked Ways and other priority walks that traverse their lands. Participant landholders receive modest payments for maintenance work undertaken, in line with agreed work plans. The scheme currently covers 39 trails, with payments made to...

Written Answers — Department of Housing, Planning, and Local Government: Departmental Agencies Data (18 Apr 2019)

Eoghan Murphy: .../bodies under the aegis of my Department, along with their locations, are listed as follows. Agency/Body Location of Headquarters An Bord Pleanála Dublin Ervia Dublin Gas Networks Ireland Cork Housing Sustainable Communities Agency Dublin Housing Finance Agency Dublin Irish Water Dublin Local Government Management Agency Dublin Ordnance Survey Ireland Dublin ...

National Children's Hospital Costs: Statements (17 Apr 2019)

Mick Wallace: ...project in one form, one has nothing but problems. That is what has happened in this instance. I do not understand it. It is a fact that the Government does not know where the final price will land because it is not manageable because of the form of contract in place. That is why I am pleading with the Ministers to change it. They do not want the project to be stopped and delayed, but...

Public Transport: Motion [Private Members] (17 Apr 2019) See 3 other results from this debate

Catherine Connolly: ...is happening in the country. It is a city thriving on one level. It has employment, three hospitals and two universities. I could go on but I have less than four minutes. The point is that the city should not have problems. We should not have a housing problem because we have plenty of land and we should not have a traffic problem because public transport is the solution, or a major...

Saincheisteanna Tráthúla - Topical Issue Debate: Archaeological Sites (17 Apr 2019) See 1 other result from this debate

John Lahart: ...knows, this matter was deferred to today. In a parliamentary question to the Minister in March, I asked about the archaeological significance and importance of the find at the excavation of lands at Scholarstown. They are known as the lands where the late former Taoiseach, Liam Cosgrave, lived. I obtained a brief response to that question and an even briefer response to a subsequent...

Post-European Council Meetings: Statements (17 Apr 2019)

Leo Varadkar: ...leave without a deal. Before the European Council proper, I had the opportunity to engage with some of my EU counterparts, including a meeting of the Heads of State of France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden and Ireland, hosted by the Belgian Prime Minister, Mr. Charles Michel. There was a meeting of the European People's Party leaders. I also had many discussions with...

Ceisteanna (Atógáil) - Questions (Resumed): Brexit Negotiations (17 Apr 2019) See 1 other result from this debate

Mary Lou McDonald: ...The Deputy is correct in saying that. This has been a matter of very great frustration. Has Mrs. May given any indication to the Taoiseach as to the roadmap or the timeframe in her head with regard to landing on an agreed Brexit position?

Ceisteanna ar Reachtaíocht a Gealladh - Questions on Promised Legislation (17 Apr 2019)

Eamon Scanlon: Yes. I support Deputy Danny Healy-Rae. According to yesterday's edition of the Irish Independent, a farmer who has expended all of his savings because his wife is in a nursing home must now sell land. I am dealing with the case of a young man with three children who took the deferred option. He has 60 acres and is in receipt of farm assist. His bill is €60,000. To pay it, he will...

Ceisteanna ó Cheannairí - Leaders' Questions (17 Apr 2019) See 1 other result from this debate

Maureen O'Sullivan: ...implications of the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government's decision to increase building heights in Dublin. This decision was made without any regard to the setting, the impact on land values or any sense of home or quality of life. What it has done is open a space for developers whose Celtic tiger excesses and irresponsibility had drastic consequences in many areas,...

Ceisteanna - Questions - Ceisteanna ar Sonraíodh Uain Dóibh - Priority Questions: Central Bank of Ireland Reports (17 Apr 2019)

Michael McGrath: People want to know when this Bill will be introduced, not when the Minister is going to seek approval to draft the heads of a Bill. People want to know when it will be the law of the land that senior executives who are making critical decisions about the future of their consumers can be held to account in the manner recommended by the Central Bank. I would like to hear when the Minister...

Seanad: An tOrd Gnó - Order of Business (17 Apr 2019)

Michelle Mulherin: ...nothing about their implementation. I would like the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government, Deputy Eoghan Murphy, to come before the House, as this is a very serious matter. We have positioned Ireland as a small open economy to attract this type of tech industry, but we cannot facilitate it. Apple is already up and running with a second data centre in Denmark, which speaks...

Seanad: Perjury and Related Offences Bill 2018: Committee Stage (17 Apr 2019)

Pádraig Ó Céidigh: ...that is of great importance. I do not believe there was one prosecution for perjury in 2017 of the thousands of cases in the District, Circuit and High Court and in the other courts of the land. I thank the parliamentary legislative drafter for drafting the Bill. It will be noted that there are almost 100 other pieces of legislation referred to. That is used in the research and due...

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