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The Committee Schedule outlines the committees which are meeting in any particular week. Its details the time, location, agenda for the meeting and also names witnesses who will be appearing before each committee.

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What's on this week

Week commencing Monday 22 September

Supply and demand in the commercial and domestic property markets will be on the agenda of the Environment Committee on Tuesday when it meets with Dr Peter Stafford, Director of Property Industry Ireland.

Also on Tuesday, the Chairman Designate of Dublin Bus is before the Transport Committee to outline his vision for the company, while Minister Simon Coveney will update the Agriculture Committee on current expenditure, his approach to Budget 2015 and wider policy issues.

On Wednesday, representatives from the Irish Tourist Assistance Service will address the Justice Committee on services provided to assist tourists who become victims of crime. Wednesday will also see the Transport Committee commence pre-legislative scrutiny of the Harbours (Amendment) Bill 2014 with key stakeholders, while the Committee on Public Service Oversight meets with the Pensions Ombudsman. Representatives from Goal and Medicins Sans Frontiere are before Foreign Affairs Committee for a discussion on the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.

Also on Wednesday, the Committee preparing for an inquiry in relation to the banking crisis will continue its meetings in meeting in private, while the Education Committee meets with Minister Jan O'Sullivan for a similar purpose in respect of her Department on Wednesday.

The Health and Children Committee will focus on the targeted services of Child and Family Agency Tusla on Thursday when it meets with the agency’s chief executive Gordon Jeyes. The PAC will meet to consider draft reports in relation to penalty points, medical cards and other issues the Committee has examined in recent months. The Minister for European Affairs Dara Murphy is before the EU Affairs Committee for a pre-Council of Ministers briefing, while the Committee on the Implementation of the Good Friday Agreement will meet with the North West Region Cross Border Group to consider development in the Northwest.

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