I propose to take Questions Nos. 91 to 94, inclusive, together.
The Deputy will be aware that, in early 1994, I commissioned a survey by the Service Industries Research Centre of UCD of the post-primary school needs of the Knocklyon-Scholarstown area of Dublin 14. The research was carried out by Dr. Michael Bannon. Dr. Bannon took account of the latest available statistical data for the area, including planning permissions for future housing, and concluded that a new post-primary school located in Knocklyon was not warranted.
I accepted the recommendations of the independent consultant and decided not to proceed with the construction of a post-primary school for that area. Instead, I decided that the demand for school places should be met by providing additional accommodation at Coláiste Éanna, Ballyroan and Templeogue College.
I have asked that the position be reexamined, at an early date, in the light of the Knocklyon post-primary committee's response to Dr. Bannon's report and the assessment of the report carried out by Mr. Hendrik van der Kamp at the request of the committee.
When this examination is completed, a meeting with officials from my Department can be arranged.