Written answers

Thursday, 26 September 2019

Department of Health

Healthcare Infrastructure Provision

Photo of Tony McLoughlinTony McLoughlin (Sligo-Leitrim, Fine Gael)
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126. To ask the Minister for Health when the Sheil hospital development in Ballyshannon will progress to the next stage of its development; when construction will commence; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [39131/19]

Photo of Simon HarrisSimon Harris (Wicklow, Fine Gael)
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The Health Service Executive recently published its Capital Plan for 2019-2021 outlining 250 projects to be progressed over the three-year period.

The Capital Plan provides for €220m capital funding to the Community Nursing Unit programme over the period 2019 to 2021 and also sets out the current status of all projects within the programme, including new CNU in Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal.

The Health Service Executive is responsible for the delivery of public healthcare infrastructure projects and has advised that the tender for the new South Donegal CNU in Ballyshannon was issued to contractors in April 2019. Subject to approval of the tender, it is intended to proceed to construction later this year with completion due in early 2021.

The delivery of capital projects is a dynamic process and is subject to the successful completion of the various approval stages, in line with the Public Spending Code, which can impact on the timeline for delivery.


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