Written Answers. - Schools Building Projects.

Paddy McHugh

Question:

219 Mr. McHugh asked the Minister for Education and Science the position in relation to Gortnaleam national school, Dunmore, County Galway; when this project will proceed to the next stage; when it can be expected this project will proceed to construction; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [19421/03]

The proposed large-scale building project for Gortnaleam national school is listed in section 7 of the 2003 school building programme which I published on my Department's website at www.education.ie This project is at an early stage of architectural planning and has been assigned a band 3 by my Department in accordance with the published criteria for prioritising large-scale projects.

Projects listed in sections 6 and 7 (primary) are not being authorised to progress beyond their current stage of architectural planning for the time being. The timing of when projects listed in these sections can progress to tender and construction will depend on the budgetary allocation for 2004 and subsequent years and the priority afforded to each project by reference to the band rating.

Paddy McHugh

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220 Mr. McHugh asked the Minister for Education and Science the position regarding Belclare national school, Belclare, Tuam, County Galway; when this project will proceed to the next stage; when it can be expected this project will proceed to construction; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [19422/03]

The proposed large-scale building project for Belclare national school is listed in section 7 of the 2003 school building programme which I published on my Department's website at www.education.ie. This project is at an early stage of architectural planning and has been assigned a band 3 rating by my Department in accordance with the published criteria for prioritising large-scale projects.

Projects listed in sections 6 and 7 (primary) are not being authorised to progress beyond their current stage of architectural planning for the time being. The timing of when projects listed in these sections can progress to tender and con struction will depend on the budgetary allocation for 2004 and subsequent years and the priority afforded to each project by reference to the band rating.

Paddy McHugh

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221 Mr. McHugh asked the Minister for Education and Science the position regarding Brierfield national school, Belclare, Tuam, County Galway; when this project will proceed to the next stage; when it can be expected this project will proceed to construction; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [19423/03]

The proposed large-scale building project for Brierfield national school is listed in section 7 of the 2003 school building programme which I published on my Department's website at www.education.ie This project is at an early stage of architectural planning and has been assigned a band 3 rating by my Department in accordance with the published criteria for prioritising large-scale projects.

Projects listed in sections 6 and 7 (primary) are not being authorised to progress beyond their current stage of architectural planning for the time being. The timing of when projects listed in these sections can progress to tender and construction will depend on the budgetary allocation for 2004 and subsequent years and the priority afforded to each project by reference to the band rating.

Paddy McHugh

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222 Mr. McHugh asked the Minister for Education and Science the position in relation to Barnaderg national school, Tuam, County Galway; when this project will proceed to the next stage; when it can be expected this project will proceed to construction; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [19424/03]

The proposed large-scale building project for Barnaderg national school is listed in section 6 of the 2003 school building programme which I published on my Department's website at www.education.ie This project is at an advanced stage of architectural planning and has been assigned a band 3 rating by my Department in accordance with the published criteria for prioritising large-scale projects.

Projects listed in sections 6 and 7 (primary) are not being authorised to progress beyond their current stage of architectural planning for the time being. The timing of when projects listed in these sections can progress to tender and construction will depend on the budgetary allocation for 2004 and subsequent years and the priority afforded to each project by reference to the band rating.

Paddy McHugh

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223 Mr. McHugh asked the Minister for Education and Science the position in relation to St. Colman's national school, Cummer, Corofin, County Galway; when this project will proceed to the next stage; when it can be expected this project will proceed to construction; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [19425/03]

The proposed large-scale building project for St. Colman's national school is listed in section 6 of the 2003 school building programme which I published on my Department's website at www.education.ie This project is at an advanced stage of architectural planning and has been assigned a band 3 rating by my Department in accordance with the published criteria for prioritising large-scale projects.

Projects listed in sections 6 and 7 (primary) are not being authorised to progress beyond their current stage of architectural planning for the time being. The timing of when projects listed in these sections can progress to tender and construction will depend on the budgetary allocation for 2004 and subsequent years and the priority afforded to each project by reference to the band rating.