Written Answers

The following are questions tabled by Members for written response and the ministerial replies as received on the day from the Departments [unrevised].
Questions Nos. 1 to 18, inclusive, answered orally.
Questions Nos. 19 to 52, inclusive, resubmitted.
Questions Nos. 53 to 64, inclusive, answered orally.

Charitable Organisations

Derek Keating

Question:

65 Deputy Derek Keating asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the requirement to register as a charity; the checks and balances in place to ensure that no fraud takes place by charities; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24615/11]

Irish charities may take a number of legal forms. For example, some charities are companies limited by guarantee while other charities are trusts. They are, therefore, governed by the relevant legislative or other provisions governing such entities. Incorporated charities, for example, are subject to the provisions of company law and are generally required to provide information to the Companies Registration Office under the Companies Acts, which can be accessed by the public. Such charities would also be subject to scrutiny by the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement. Charities that take the form of a trust are subject to the provisions of trust law. And, of course, any business entity is subject to general criminal and fraud legislation.

In addition, many Irish charities, approximately 8,000, have been approved by the Revenue Commissioners for charitable tax exemptions under the Taxes Consolidation Act(s). A list of these "Approved Bodies" is available to the public onwww.revenue.ie. The Revenue Commissioners have a wide range of powers, and these are mainly contained in sections 899 to 912 of the Taxes Consolidation Act, including powers to request information and to carry out inspections in relation to any tax matter.

The Deputy may be aware that the Charities Act 2009 provides for an integrated system of mandatory registration and proportionate regulation and supervision of the charities sector in Ireland. The various sections of the Charities Act are subject to implementation through commencement orders. A number of sections of the Act have already been commenced. Those sections providing for mandatory registration have not yet been commenced.

The Deputy may also be aware that responsibility for the Charities Act transferred to my Department in May 2011. Full implementation of the Act on a statutory basis, which would require the establishment of a new regulatory authority, would of course have new cost implications for the Exchequer. This is a matter which I am considering in the context of the review of expenditure currently being undertaken in my Department and, indeed, in all Government Departments and Agencies.

Anti-Social Behaviour

Bernard J. Durkan

Question:

66 Deputy Bernard J. Durkan asked the Minister for Justice and Equality if his attention has been drawn to the growing and on-going public concern arising from increasing levels of anti-social behaviour in many areas throughout the country culminating in some instances of families being forced to leave their homes; if action can be taken to curtail this menace which is of increasing concern to older persons and parents of young children; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24749/11]

I am very aware of the distress that anti-social behaviour and low level crime can cause to communities.

There are strong legislative provisions in place to combat anti-social behaviour in communities. These include provisions to deal with alcohol abuse, its effect on public order and late night street violence.

In its Policing Plan for 2011, An Garda Síochána has prioritised actions to achieve the maximum levels of safety for local communities and to provide a community policing service which meets the demands of the public. The Plan identifies a range of strategies which may be deployed to counter anti-social activities, including targeted operations; high visibility patrols; deployment of appropriate resources to identified public order hotspots in respect of alcohol and drug related behaviour and youth crime; and the full utilisation of existing legislation.

Any instances of families being forced to leave their homes would be taken extremely seriously by An Garda Síochána, and such serious criminal behaviour will be tackled resolutely.

The Programme for Government includes a commitment to attach a higher priority to community policing and that, within available resources, there is a higher Garda visibility in the local neighbourhoods worst affected. An Garda Síochána operates a new model of Community Policing which aims at building upon and enhancing good community policing practice. Clear objectives are set, such as high visibility in the community, ease of contact by members of the public and enhanced support for crime prevention strategies such as Neighbourhood Watch and Community Alert.

One of the key actions in the Garda Policing Plan is an improved understanding of and responsiveness to community needs. Gardaí play an essential role in the operation of Joint Policing Committees and other local fora, which provide important channels for engagement between the An Garda Síochána, local authorities and community representatives. In this way there is clearer communication about local concerns and Garda strategies employed to address them. This Government is committed to building on such existing partnerships and fora, and my Department has commenced work, with An Garda Síochána and the Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government, on bringing this about.

Sexual Offences

Denis Naughten

Question:

67 Deputy Denis Naughten asked the Minister for Justice and Equality further to Parliamentary Question No. 587 of 12 January 2011, the progress to date on the provision of information to parents; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24437/11]

The Deputy's question concerns the disclosure, to parents, of information relating to persons on the sex offenders' register.

In exceptional circumstances, the provision of appropriate information to the public is already possible. This includes the disclosure of such information to parents. Currently, this is done on an administrative basis but, subject to Government approval, I intend to put these arrangements on a statutory footing.

Our primary objective has to be to minimise the risk posed to the public. The High Level Group which produced and published a discussion document on sex offenders was of the view that, if the Gardaí have reason to believe a particular high risk convicted sex offender poses a real and immediate danger, they should be free to tell individuals who need to know. Disclosure in such circumstances is perfectly reasonable.

However, giving the general public unrestricted access to names and addresses on the sex offenders' register would be likely to be counter-productive. That kind of access would drive offenders underground and make it more difficult to monitor and supervise them. This was the universal view of those who responded to the discussion document and participated in the public forum on the management of sex offenders.

General access to the register would also raise issues concerning the rights of persons who have completed their sentences and pose no future threat to society.

My Department has been conducting a wide-ranging examination of the law on sexual offences. Arising from this review, legislative proposals, including amendments to the Sex Offenders Act 2001 to provide a statutory basis for necessary disclosure, are at an advanced stage of preparation. The review is close to completion and I expect to bring legislative proposals to Government in the coming months.

Magdalene Laundries

Michael Colreavy

Question:

68 Deputy Michael Colreavy asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the progress of the group assessing the State’s responsibilities regarding the victims of the Magdalene laundries; when he expects receipt of the interim report; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24739/11]

I can advise the Deputy that the inter-departmental committee is charged with establishing the facts of the State's involvement, clarifying any State interaction with the Magdalen Laundries, and with producing a narrative detailing such interaction.

As the working arrangements of the committee are a matter for its chairperson, Senator Martin McAleese, and he is independent in this matter, I am not in a position to report on what progress is being made. I am aware however that they have held meetings with the religious congregations, representative groups of the women who resided there, and other interested parties. I understand that an interim report will be provided before the end of October.

Cash for Gold Trade

Mary Lou McDonald

Question:

69 Deputy Mary Lou McDonald asked the Minister for Justice and Equality if he will provide an update on the progress and a timeline for the report of the group within his Department that are looking into the cash for gold industry; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24738/11]

My Department is currently finalising a report on the "Cash for Gold" trade and I can inform the Deputy that this report will be submitted to me shortly for consideration. Following consideration of the report I will make an assessment as to what, if any, action, legislative or otherwise, may be required. I will, in due course, make known the report's findings and any proposals which may arise.

My Department, in compiling the report, has been in close contact with the Commissioner of An Garda Síochána with a view to monitoring the position. I can inform the Deputy that the Commissioner has reported that all "Cash for Gold" premises in the State have been visited by An Garda Síochána and the operators of such premises have been made aware of their responsibilities and obligations with regard to purchasing gold and jewellery. In addition, I have been informed that contact information has been provided to "Cash for Gold" operators by An Garda Síochána which will facilitate the reporting of any suspicious activity. The Commissioner has also indicated that any new "Cash for Gold" premises that may be identified will be visited by An Garda Síochána.

Community Restorative Projects

Aengus Ó Snodaigh

Question:

70 Deputy Aengus Ó Snodaigh asked the Minister for Justice and Equality his plans to expand the number of community restorative projects in the State and to incorporate these into the justice system as is the situation in the Six Counties. [24745/11]

The system of restorative justice in this jurisdiction is already part and parcel of the justice system. In the case of juveniles, restorative justice was introduced on a statutory basis for the first time in the Children Act 2001. There are two restorative justice initiatives provided for in the Act: A restorative conference or restorative caution included in the Garda Diversion Programme and a court-ordered restorative justice family conference delivered through the Probation Service.

The Programme for Government gives a commitment to tackle youth crime on a number of different fronts including giving a special emphasis to alternative programmes for young offenders through extensions to the Juvenile Liaison Officer Scheme and the Diversion Programme and the extended use of Restorative Justice. I wish to inform the Deputy that I will continue to maintain responsibility for the diversion and community aspects of the work of the Irish Youth Justice Service (IYJS), while my colleague the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs will take responsibility for the rest of IYJS, including the Children Detention Schools in Oberstown. I will be consulting closely with my Ministerial colleague and with the Garda Commissioner in the continuing development of programmes to tackle youth crime.

As regards adult offenders, the Probation Service has introduced a pilot scheme to test a range of restorative interventions based on the recommendations contained in the report of the National Commission on Restorative Justice. This will enable my Department to evaluate what role such interventions as recommended in the report might play having regard to overall effectiveness, potential and value for money considerations. The scheme involves an expansion of the two existing adult projects which operate in Tallaght and Nenagh. The Probation Service will monitor the implementation of the scheme and provide a report on its effectiveness after a 12 month operational period. I look forward to reviewing their report in due course.

Garda Civilian Support Staff

Seán Crowe

Question:

71 Deputy Seán Crowe asked the Minister for Justice and Equality if he will provide an update on the proposed civilianisation policy being discussed between himself and the Garda Commissioner; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24737/11]

There are currently around 2,100 full-time-equivalent civilian support staff in the Garda Síochána.

These staff provide vital support services in a wide range of areas, such as human resources, training & development, IT and telecommunications, finance and procurement, internal audit, research and analysis, accommodation and fleet management, scene-of-crime support and medical services.

However, while the current number of civilian support staff is an increase on previous years, more needs to be done. The fact is that the level of civilian support staff in the Garda Síochána is still significantly lower than in many comparable police forces.

That is why the Programme for Government commits to ensuring that administrative duties are carried out by civilian staff in order to free up highly trained Gardaí for preventing and detecting crime. It makes no sense to have highly — and expensively — trained Gardaí engaged in administrative work. The Government's objective is supported by the findings and recommendations of the 2009 Garda Inspectorate report on Resource Allocation, which called for the numbers of Gardaí available for operational duty to be maximised through a structured programme of civilianisation.

It is also worth saying that the Garda Commissioner and Garda management very much recognise the contribution made by civilian support staff both in releasing Gardaí for operational duties and in bringing skills and expertise into the Force. Of course, in seeking to increase the number of civilian support staff, we must face the reality of the need to reduce overall numbers in the public service. The answer may lie in the more effective use of resources across the public service, including in particular more flexibility in redeployment of staff to priority areas. Indeed, the Garda reform agenda under the Croke Park Agreement contains a specific commitment, agreed by Garda management and the Garda Associations, to augment civilian support staff in the Force through appropriate redeployment of staff from elsewhere in the public service.

I will remain in ongoing consultation with my colleague the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform on the implementation of this Government commitment.

Garda Resources

Bernard J. Durkan

Question:

72 Deputy Bernard J. Durkan asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the extent to which the full requirements of backup facilities are available to the Garda to combat the drug problem; if the Minister is satisfied that such requirements are adequately met; if he proposes any enhancement; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24750/11]

I understand the Deputy's question to relate to the Garda resources that are made available to the combatting of drug misuse.

The Garda Síochána Policing Plan, 2011 sets out the commitment of An Garda Síochána to pro-actively target groups and individuals engaged in organised criminal activities including drug trafficking.

I am informed by the Garda authorities that a multi-agency approach has been, and continues to be used, whereby National Units from National Support Service work together to combat serious crime, including those involved in the trafficking, importation, sale and supply of illegal drugs.

These Units such as the National Bureau of Criminal Investigation, the Criminal Assets Bureau, the Garda Bureau of Fraud Investigation and the Garda Technical Bureau are also supported by the Security and Intelligence Section who assist with intelligence briefings and timely information.

In addition, An Garda Síochána continue to develop and implement operations and strategies aimed at targeting, dismantling and disrupting criminal networks.

This integrated approach adopts best practice in implementing a co-ordinated use of Garda resources as well as using all available criminal legislation to its fullest extent. Operations in this area continue to be reviewed on an ongoing basis to ensure their effectiveness.

The allocation of resources is monitored by Local Garda Management in the context of crime trends, policing needs and other operational strategies in place at District, Divisional and Regional level, to ensure optimum use is made of Garda resources.

I am informed that Senior Garda Management is satisfied that a full and comprehensive policing service continues to be delivered and that current structures in place meet the requirement to deliver an effective and efficient policing service to the community.

It is also worth noting that the National Drug Strategy, of which the work of An Garda Síochána is a key element, provides an overarching national response to the drug problem. The National Drug Strategy, to which significant resources continue to be allocated, puts in place a co-ordinated and integrated approach tackling the issue under pillar headings of drugs supply reduction, education and prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and research.

I can assure the Deputy that the allocation of resources in tackling drug misuse is kept under ongoing review having regard to the priority that has been afforded to the problem through the National Drug Strategy and the policing priorities of An Garda Síóchána.

Judicial Staff

Derek Keating

Question:

73 Deputy Derek Keating asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the number of Judges who have been appointed to regions of more than 20 kilometres from their homes; the cost of their travel, subsistence, their allowances and expenses in tabular form; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24436/11]

I refer the Deputy to my reply to Question No. 386 on 28 June, 2011 and for his convenience I have again set out below the information requested. As the Deputy will appreciate court districts and circuits have more than one court venue and judges are required to travel between venues. During 2010, the latest year for which figures are available, there were 17 District judges and 13 Circuit Court judges assigned to districts or circuits the border of which is more than 20 km from their home. Details of payments made are set out overleaf.

Table 1 District Court 2010

Judge

Home Travel & Subsistence

Judicial Attire & Expenses

1.

€3,100

2.

€4,340.41

€1,326

3.

€19,439.66

4.

€7,181.92

5.

€34,270.84

6.

€3,309.83

7.

€32,294.82

8.

€18,678.69

9.

€20,256.16

10.

€19,063.08

€450

11.

€11,689.49

€700

12.

€9,613.69

13.

0

14.

€37,046.85

15.

€25,869.98

€1,114.50

16.

17.

€4,203.43

€532.90

Total

€250,359

4123.40

Table 2 Circuit Court 2010

Judge

Travel and Subsistence

Judicial Attire & Expenses

1.

€2,610.12

2.

€28,949.77

3.

€20,997.32

4.

€28,342.33

5.

€24,803.35

€1,279.00

6.

€29,367.50

€606.20

7.

€17,718.10

€982.00

8.

€24,805.71

€982.00

9.

€10,792.59

€1,279.00

10.

€30,872.62

11.

€7,932.64

12.

€22,821.24

€889.00

13.

€9,912.56

Total

€259,925.85

6017.2

Judges also receive an annual expense allowance to cover the provision of a study and suitable library facilities when required to work at home, e.g. dealing with urgent applications in the case of the District Court or in the Higher Courts for the research and formulation of judgments. Unlike the allowances above, the annual expense allowance is paid from central funds directly through judges' remuneration. The current rates payable are:

President of the Circuit Court— €9,057.96

President of the District Court— €9,057.96

Circuit Court Judge— €2,730.02

District Court Judge— €1,365.01

I should add there is a commitment in the Programme for Government to provide a modern reformed framework for judicial expenses. My Department will be undertaking the necessary detailed work in this regard in conjunction with the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform.

Victims of Crime

Michael Colreavy

Question:

74 Deputy Michael Colreavy asked the Minister for Justice and Equality his plans to ensure the rollout across the State of the undertakings in relation to the interaction between members of An Garda Síochána and victims of crime contained in the Victims Charter and guide to the Criminal Justice System, which was launched in July 2010; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24740/11]

Shortly after I was appointed Minister I told the Victims of Crime Consultative Forum that I wanted to see the Victims Charter implemented in full by all bodies contributing to the charter. The current edition of the Charter, which was published in July 2010, has been certified as being written in plain English to increase its accessibility. It is available online in Irish and six other languages. In the Charter, An Garda Síochána commits itself to the provision of information and a range of other supports to victims of crime.

In determining policing priorities for An Garda Síochána, the then Minister included support, protection and information for victims of crime as one of seven priorities for 2011.

An Garda Síochána has shown its commitment to implementing the Charter in a number of ways. I understand that Members of An Garda Síochána are trained to be courteous, helpful, respectful and professional. In circumstances where a victim is upset about a crime or other traumatic incident, members will respond in a caring and sensitive manner. When a victim reports a crime, An Garda Síochána is tasked with investigating the circumstances and gathering all of the evidence surrounding the incident in a fair, honest and impartial manner to bring those responsible to justice.

An Garda Síochána is of that view that the welfare and support of victims are central to the partnership between An Garda Síochána and community groups, statutory agencies and voluntary organisations.

I understand that in recognition of the special relationship that exists between victims of crime and An Garda Síochána, the Garda Victims Liaison Office was established to liaise with government funded victim support organisations, to formulate Garda policy and to support the implementation of the Garda Síochána Victims Charter.

I have been informed that in furtherance of the partnership with victims organisations, An Garda Síochána has hosted three National Victims Support Fora at Garda Headquarters at which the Commission for the Support of Victims of Crime and victims organisations were advised of the initiatives and improvements in Garda services to victims of crime. The latest of these meetings took place earlier this month, with earlier meetings in March and November, 2010.

I understand An Garda Síochána was also represented at senior level at the meeting of the Victims of Crime Consultative Forum, to discuss implementation of the Victims Charter with victims group. That meeting of the Consultative Forum, which took place in September, 2010, had a single theme: "Making the Victims Charter Work". It was organised by the Commission for the Support of Victims of Crime, an independent group operating under the aegis of my Department.

I understand that as part of the response capability of An Garda Síochána to deal with victims of serious crime, members of An Garda Síochána have been selected to undergo training as specialist interviewers of victims of sexual crime, crimes of violence or trafficking, who are under 14 years of age and persons with intellectual disabilities who are victims of those crimes. A number of dedicated interview suites designed to provide appropriate facilities for interviewing these victims are in operation at strategic locations throughout the country. The interview suites have the capacity to video-record witness statements in line with the provisions of section 16(1)(b) of the Criminal Evidence Act, 1992. This video evidence may be submitted to court when a trial occurs.

I am informed that posters and booklets of the Garda Síochána Victims Charter were designed, published and distributed to Garda Stations. This increased the awareness amongst members of the force of the Victims Charter and Garda responsibilities contained therein.

I understand that a working group was established at Garda Headquarters to oversee the standardising of the provision of relevant, timely information to Victims of Crime.

I am informed that the PULSE Garda computer system provides information letters for issue to victims of crime. In addition, PULSE now generates management reports on the number of automated PULSE generated letters. This has assisted local Garda managers identify gaps and has led to significant improvement in the number of PULSE letters issued to victims of crime.

I understand that specialised training, including for Family and Ethnic Liaison Officers, ensures vulnerable witnesses and victims of crime continue to receive a professional, empathetic response from An Garda Síochána.

Garda Investigations

Michael Healy-Rae

Question:

75 Deputy Michael Healy-Rae asked the Minister for Justice and Equality if his attention has been drawn to the controversy surrounding the death of a person (details supplied) in County Offaly; if he will set up an inquiry into this person’s deal and the Garda handling of the case and their conduct in dealing with the family of the deceased; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24434/11]

I am aware that family members of the deceased person referred to by the Deputy have made a number of complaints regarding the Garda investigation of that person's death.

I am informed by the Garda authorities that the original Garda investigation in 2002 concluded that foul play was not suspected and the jury at the inquest held in 2004 found in accordance with the medical evidence.

I am further informed that following contacts with the family a Superintendent from outside the District where the death took place was appointed in 2006 to re-examine the investigation into the incident. An investigation file was submitted to the Law Officers who directed no action against any third party. During the course of the examination, certain shortcomings were identified and, while they did not affect the outcome of the original investigation, steps were taken to rectify these issues and ensure adherence to best practice in the future.

In the circumstances I have not been made aware of any grounds which would warrant further action on my part.

Legal Aid Service

Catherine Murphy

Question:

76 Deputy Catherine Murphy asked the Minister for Justice and Equality if the free legal aid board is availing of the national internship scheme; if so are experienced solicitors rather than newly qualified persons being recruited; the role they will play; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24616/11]

The Legal Aid Board is a statutory, independent body in accordance with the Civil Legal Aid Act, 1995. The matters raised by the Deputy are a matter for the Board. However, in order to be helpful to the Deputy I have had enquiries made with the Board.

The new FÁS "Jobbridge" scheme is an important element of the Government's jobs initiative that is designed to facilitate the provision of work experience and training opportunities for the unemployed. I can confirm that the Legal Aid Board is actively participating in the scheme and this is a development that I very much welcome. The Board will be offering internships to qualified solicitors so that they can gain practical experience in the areas of civil law in which the organisation provides services. I have every confidence that solicitors obtaining internships with the Board will receive very valuable work experience and training that will help them on the road towards paid employment, notwithstanding the difficult labour market conditions for legal practitioners that currently prevail. I also anticipate that the interns will make an important contribution to the work of the Board during their time with the organisation.

The locations in which the Board initially offered internships had regard to both the current work demands of the organisation and the capacity of the law centres involved to provide the necessary support and development to Interns during their placements. The locations initially advertised under the scheme were, Newbridge, Ennis, Cavan, Cork (2 placements), Nenagh plus 6 internships in various locations in Dublin.

Since advertising with FÁS the Board has received 28 applications from eligible candidates and all of these candidates have since been offered interviews. The Board has already placed an Intern in Tallaght Law Centre and is currently in the process of offering further placements in the locations above. To date 6 additional applicants have been offered and have accepted Internships and will be commencing in the coming weeks. The Board also intends to offer some additional placements in the next few days and has recently asked FÁS to extend the scheme to all of its law centres. This will ensure that the Board has the maximum flexibility in offering further internships.

I have been advised by the Board that the applicants, to date, have a mix of experience and not all are newly qualified solicitors. However, most of the applicants have limited experience of family law which is the Board's main area of work. For this reason, the Board is currently putting in place arrangements to ensure that interns are supported and trained in family law and other civil law areas. I have every confidence in the Board's capacity to manage this process well and to ensure that each intern gets a meaningful role within the organisation which is both challenging and stimulating. I am also convinced that the valuable experience gained by the interns will stand to them in their future careers as legal practitioners and will, in the short-term, improve their employability in what is currently a very difficult labour market.

Joint Policing Committees

Dessie Ellis

Question:

77 Deputy Dessie Ellis asked the Minister for Justice and Equality if he will provide an update on the review of joint policing committees; his plans to expand the functions and powers of these committees; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24735/11]

The functions and powers of Joint Policing Committees (JPCs) are set out in the Garda Síochána Act 2005, which provides for a Committee in each local authority area. They provide the framework for a partnership process involving An Garda Síochána and elected members and officials of the local authority, which are the two organisations which make the most significant contribution to preventing crime in an area, with the participation of members of the Oireachtas and of the community and voluntary sector. The Act provides that JPCs operate under guidelines issued by the Minister for Justice and Equality after consultation with the Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government. The Garda Commissioner has appointed Garda representatives to each of the JPCs in accordance with the guidelines.

Members of the public and community representatives and groups can interact with their JPC by communicating with the Committee directly or by communicating with any member of the Committee, including the appointed Garda representatives. All JPC meetings are as a rule open to the public, and all documents are available. Any person may submit questions in writing in advance of each JPC meeting. Each Committee is also required to hold regular public meetings, at which those attending have the right to make their views known and ask questions in accordance with the guidelines. These committees can also establish fora in areas to bring about greater focus on finding solutions to specific issues thus facilitating greater community interaction and participation with the Gardaí and other committee members. Such fora are being established in the 14 Local Drugs Task Force areas.

The Programme for Government makes a commitment to build on existing community policing partnerships and forums to enhance trust between local communities and their Gardaí. Accordingly, my Department has commenced a review of how the Committees have operated since their establishment, in conjunction with An Garda Síochána, the Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government and the local authorities. The review is taking place in the context of the commitments in the Programme for Government to reform local government, work on which is being led by my colleague the Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government.

In addition, my Department has been engaged in a major consultative exercise leading to the production of a White Paper on crime. One of the issues addressed in this exercise has been the role of the JPCs. The White Paper will set out a policy framework for future strategies to combat and prevent crime. The intention is that this process will lead ultimately to a national anti-crime strategy, in which the JPCs will have a role to play.

Garda Vetting of Personnel

David Stanton

Question:

78 Deputy David Stanton asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the number of vetting applications received by the Garda Central Vetting Unit in each month of 2010 and to date in 2011; the number which were processed each month and the average time taken for an application to be processed; the number of complaints received from persons vetted who dispute the contents of the vetting report; the procedure which is followed once such a complaint is received; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24748/11]

The information the Deputy seeks has been provided by the Garda authorities and is set out in the following table.

2010

2011 (to 18 September 2011)

Month

Received

Processed

Received

Processed

January

16,370

17,026

22,098

23,204

February

22,803

17,475

30,768

26,699

March

27,656

18,436

26,494

25,305

April

23,053

20,507

23,360

21,719

May

25,507

19,965

25,265

24,187

June

27,170

23,764

28,919

27,320

July

27,764

25,515

24,774

28,205

August

19,452

24,039

22,148

26,645

September

26,150

24,125

17,635

14,525

October

30,997

27,826

November

26,122

35,950

December

18,894

24,887

Total

291,938

279,515

221,461

217,809

I am informed by the Garda Authorities that the average processing time for vetting applications received at the Garda Central Vetting Unit (GCVU) is approximately 10 weeks.

I should mention that, in processing an individual vetting application, additional time may be required in cases where clarification is needed as to the details provided or where other enquiries need to be made, for example, when the person in question has lived and worked abroad. It should be understood that while the Gardaí make every effort to reduce the time to the minimum possible consistent with carrying out what are very necessary checks, there will always be a reasonably significant period required to process a vetting application and registered organisations have been advised to take account of this in their recruitment and selection processes.

In addition, the average processing time for vetting applications also fluctuates in line with periods of increased demand.

I am informed by the Garda Authorities that there is a dispute resolution procedure established with each organisation registered by the GCVU to facilitate any vetting subject who may wish to dispute the details contained in a Garda vetting disclosure issued in respect of them. Within this procedure, there were 335 dispute complaints received in 2010 and, to date, in 2011, there have been 283 such complaints.

Garda Training

David Stanton

Question:

79 Deputy David Stanton asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the number of gardaí who have completed the competency based driving assessments at each level respectively to date; the way in which restrictions applying to competency based driving level 1 impacts on the use of emergency lights, sirens and speed limits whilst on patrol; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24747/11]

An Garda Síochána has implemented a comprehensive review of its driver training programmes. This has resulted in a five (5) level suite of Competency Based Driving (CBD) courses, with each level specifically catering for the required knowledge base, skills set and the operational requirements of members undergoing the relevant training. In reverse order, the courses and course content are as follows:

CBD Level

Course

Competencies

CBD 5

Garda Driving Instructors

All competencies necessary to deliver driving instruction in all aspects of operational driving requirements, to members of An Garda Síochána.

CBD 4

Advanced Driving Course

Establishment of highest level of knowledge of Roadcraft and practical driving instruction in all competencies necessary to drive high power cars, to the highest standards, including emergency response, vehicle stopping using full driver commentary.

CBD 3

Specialist Unit Driving Course(R.S.U, E.R.U, Ministerial Pool, Traffic Unit etc)

Reinforcement of knowledge of Roadcraft and practical driving instruction in competencies necessary to drive vehicles and carry out all driving tasks, including emergency response and vehicle stopping, relevant to the roles of specific and specialist units.

CBD 2

Standard Response Course

Delivered to the vast majority of front line Gardaí, enabling them to drive the majority of patrol cars and patrol/public order vans available to them. It establishes an underpinning knowledge of Roadcraft, and practical instruction in vehicle handling, defensive driving, emergency response driving, and vehicle stopping.

CBD 1

Assessment

Driving assessment delivered primarily to non front line members of the Force, and to members not yet selected to undergo full training at CBD 2.

Not to Exceed Speed Limits whilst on patrol

Not to contravene traffic regulations

Not to use emergency lights or sirens whilst the vehicle is in motion (Use of emergency lights, not sirens, is permitted when stationary for safety reasons)

Limitation to drive official cars with a power to weight ratio of up to and including 80kW/tonne.

Prior to the introduction of this new system, Standard and Advanced driving courses were provided to significant numbers of gardaí throughout the country. Since its introduction in 2008, Competency Based Driver training has been delivered as follows:

CBD5 — 23 trained

CBD4 — 28 trained

CBD3 — 169 trained

CBD2 — 399 trained

CBD1 — 243 assessed

Garda Investigations

Martin Ferris

Question:

80 Deputy Martin Ferris asked the Minister for Justice and Equality if there have been arrests, criminal charges or convictions against employees of a company (details supplied) or security personnel employed by the company during the protest actions in the north Mayo area connected with Corrib gas project; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24742/11]

I am informed by the Garda Authorities that twenty six complaints were made since the commencement of works in 2005 to An Garda Síochána in relation to personnel employed by the company referred to by the Deputy or employees of companies contracted by that company. These complaints relate to alleged assaults and alleged breaches of the Road Traffic Acts and the Private Security Services Act. To date, there have been no arrests made against such persons.

Every complaint to the Gardaí is the subject of a thorough investigation. Investigations against employees of the company or employees of its contractors have resulted in files for directions being submitted to the Director of Public Prosecutions in six cases. In one of these cases the DPP directed a prosecution. The case was subsequently dismissed by the District Court. Files are being prepared in relation to three cases at present and investigations are still ongoing in two further cases.

Departments Bodies

Jonathan O'Brien

Question:

81 Deputy Jonathan O’Brien asked the Minister for Justice and Equality his plans to widen the consultation process concerning the merger of the Equality Authority and the Irish Human Rights Commission, beyond the current boards of both bodies to allow wider civil society stakeholder groups to contribute their views to this process; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24734/11]

Catherine Murphy

Question:

403 Deputy Catherine Murphy asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the way the new entity that emerges as a result of the merging of the Equality Authority and the Irish Human Rights Commission will be funded; if decisions have been made on the level of funding; if not, when this decision will be taken; the timeline for the completion of the merger; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24966/11]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 81 and 403 together.

Following the decision in principle by Government to merge the Human Rights Commission and the Equality Authority into a new Human Rights and Equality Commission in order to enhance the protection of human rights and the promotion of equality, I intend to appoint a small working group to advise me on how best the decision can be implemented.

The working group will be drawn from members of the Commission, the Authority and my Department's staff.

The process will also be informed by recent studies of the equality and human rights bodies commissioned by my Department, in which a broad range of stakeholder groups were consulted.

I intend that the necessary legislation for the new Commission will be in place by February 2012.

Sale of Alcohol

Denis Naughten

Question:

82 Deputy Denis Naughten asked the Minister for Justice and Equality his plans to introduce the ban on below cost selling of alcohol; the estimated financial loss to the Exchequer; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24438/11]

Below-cost selling of alcohol was one of the areas examined by the Government Alcohol Advisory Group (GAAG) in 2008. Due to the complexity of the pricing structures and incentives in operation in this area, the Group was unable within the time available to it to establish any standard costs for the purpose of prohibiting below-cost sales of alcohol products. However, I understand that a Steering Group, which is currently operating under the aegis of the Department of Health, is developing proposals on alcohol for inclusion in the National Substance Misuse Strategy. The Group has been examining a range of issues relating to alcohol availability and pricing and is due to submit its Report, which will include policy recommendations, to Government later this year.

Garda Investigations

Richard Boyd Barrett

Question:

83 Deputy Richard Boyd Barrett asked the Minister for Justice and Equality in view of Simon Carswell’s investigation into the actions of Anglo Irish Bank and its directors, his views on whether it warrants a criminal investigation; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24746/11]

Bernard J. Durkan

Question:

408 Deputy Bernard J. Durkan asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the extent it can be expected that prosecutions can or will be taken against banking executives who have refused to cooperate with the Director of Corporate Enforcement in relation to their failure to apply good governance, due diligence and generally proper banking practice which has resulted in massive damage to the economy; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [25020/11]

Bernard J. Durkan

Question:

409 Deputy Bernard J. Durkan asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the action taken or likely to be taken against former banking executives who have failed to cooperate with the Director of Corporate Enforcement and who may have placed themselves outside this jurisdiction; if extradition will be considered; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [25021/11]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 83, 408 and 409 together.

I attach the highest priority to the full investigation of white collar crime and bringing the perpetrators of such crime to justice to the greatest extent possible. I have expressed, both before and since my appointment as Minister, my unhappiness with the protracted nature of the investigations. I do not intend this as any criticism of investigators and prosecutors, who face tough challenges as a result of the complexities of the matters being investigated. At the same time, I am concerned to ensure that I do not say anything that could prejudice any possible prosecutions or any court hearing. It is imperative that such investigations are conducted in a thorough, methodical and comprehensive manner, so as to ensure that account is taken of all pertinent matters. If this is not done, there is a risk that any prosecutions that may proceed would be jeopardised.

It was in the light of my concerns that I gave priority to the passage through the Oireachtas of the Criminal Justice Act 2011, which was enacted on 2 August and most of which was commenced on 9 August. This new legislation is intended to speed up investigations and prosecutions in relation to white collar crimes, both future investigations and those currently underway, by improving a number of important procedural matters and strengthening Garda investigative powers. It also provides for offences committed by persons who are unwilling or reluctant to assist with an investigation.

On becoming Minister, I sought and received assurances that there were sufficient resources available to the investigations. I can assure the Deputy that this Government will continue to provide sustained support for the investigation in terms of resources, as well as the necessary legislative and administrative supports, and that if those involved in the investigations believe at any stage that additional resources are required that will be responded to.

I am informed by the Garda authorities that, following the submission by the Garda Bureau of Fraud Investigation of two substantial investigation files relating to matters in Anglo Irish Bank to the Director of Public Prosecutions last December, a supplementary investigation file was submitted in May. The files remain under consideration by the DPP, and his directions are awaited.

The investigation by An Garda Síochána and the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement is ongoing in respect of both these investigations and of other complaints. I understand that it is intended to submit further files to the DPP in the near future.

The decision to seek the extradition of a person charged with a criminal offence rests with the DPP and only arises where the Director has decided that a person should be prosecuted in the first instance. As the Deputy will appreciate, the Director is independent in the exercise of his functions and, as Minister, I have no function in deciding whether a person should be charged with an offence or whether a person's extradition should be sought.

The Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement is responsible for compliance with and enforcement of the Companies Acts and is under the aegis of my colleague the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation.

Constititonal Referenda

Gerry Adams

Question:

84 Deputy Gerry Adams asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the consultants he has held with political parties and non-governmental organisation regarding proposals for forthcoming referenda on constitutional amendments. [24417/11]

As the Deputy will be aware, the proposal to hold a Constitutional Referendum on judicial remuneration is a commitment in the Programme for Government. In keeping with that undertaking, the Government approved the Twenty-Ninth Amendment of the Constitution (Judges' Remuneration) Bill 2011 and it was published on 4 August 2011. Its publication well ahead of the scheduled debates was with a view to providing adequate opportunity for persons to consider the amendment in advance of its process through the Oireachtas.

On 5 September 2011 I wrote to all members of the Oireachtas briefing them on the objectives of the Bill. I also included a copy of the draft Implementation Bill outlining the legislative provisions which would be introduced by the Government if the proposed Referendum is approved by the People, together with an information sheet setting out the financial ramifications of the proposed amendments. Finally, all members of the Oireachtas were invited to make contact with my office if they had any queries in relation to the Bill. I should add that following publication of the Bill, my office contacted the Opposition spokespersons directly to advise that a briefing on the Bill would be arranged should they wish to avail of it. This initial contact was followed up by telephone by my officials. However, in the event this offer was not taken up.

Departmental Transport

Shane Ross

Question:

85 Deputy Shane Ross asked the Taoiseach the amount of money that was spent on taxis by his Department in the past year; the amount of money that has been provided for in the next year for taxi services for his Department; the times that taxis can be used by staff members; the terms under which staff members can use taxis; the amount that was used by staff members; the amount that was used by outsiders; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [22731/11]

Shane Ross

Question:

98 Deputy Shane Ross asked the Taoiseach the amount his Department has spent on taxis for staff and for others in each of the past four years. [23304/11]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 85 and 98 together.

The table below details expenditure by my Department on taxis in the past four years:

Year

Amount spend on taxis

2008

€76,173

2009

€53,102

2010

€42,859

2011 (Jan — Aug)

€29,331

Staff members are permitted to use taxis for official purposes where there are no other practical or suitable alternative modes of transport available. As regards travel between home and work, taxis are permitted where an officer is required to be at work before 7.30 am or is departing from work for home after 9.00pm in the winter (1st October — 31st March) and 10.00pm in the summer (1st April — 30th September). When using taxis, staff normally use one of the taxi companies with which my Department has an account. The budget allocation for 2012 in respect of taxis will be in the region of €40,000,

Taxis are allowed in rare and exceptional cases for non-staff members for example, as a courtesy to visitors on official business in the Department.

Departmental Funding

Shane Ross

Question:

86 Deputy Shane Ross asked the Taoiseach the sum of any public funds and their purpose which have been awarded by his Department either directly or indirectly to the Irish Business and Employers Confederation in the past decade. [22270/11]

The following table details the amount paid to the Irish Business and Employers Confederation by my Department in the past decade.

Year

Amount paid to IBEC

Purpose of payment

2003

€1,400

VDU Risk Assessment Training

2004

€8,012

VDU Assessments

€487

Attendance at IBEC/EU Presidency Conference

€3,801

Attendance at IBEC Conference on EU-US Perspective on Regulation

2005

€1,122

Safety Statement Audit and Risk Assessment Review

€284

Attendance at Transport Conference

€250

Purchase of HRM Survey 2004

2006

€98

Attendance at conference

2009

€279

Attendance at Conference on Sustainable Transport Future

Ministerial Appointments

Shane Ross

Question:

87 Deputy Shane Ross asked the Taoiseach if he will provide details of all appointments made by him since he came to office and include internal departmental and appointments to semi-States. [22330/11]

The information requested by the Deputy relating to the political staff appointed by me to my Department is detailed in the following table.

Name

Title

Mark Kennelly

Special Adviser

Andrew McDowell

Special Adviser

Paul O’Brien

Special Adviser

Angela Flanagan

Special Adviser

Pauline Coughlan

Personal Assistant

Sarah Moran

Personal Assistant

Gerard Deere

Personal Assistant

Teresa Diskin

Personal Assistant

Miriam O’Callaghan

Personal Assistant

John Lohan

Personal Secretary

Anne Marie Durcan

Personal Secretary

Eoghan O’Neachtain*

Government Press Secretary

Feargal Purcell

Government Press Secretary

Cathy Madden

Deputy Government Press Secretary and Head of Government Information Service

Joanne Lonergan

Assistant Government Press Secretary

Mark O’Doherty

Special Adviser to the Government Chief Whip

Colum Coomey

Personal Assistant to the Government Chief Whip

Claire Urquhart

Personal Secretary to the Government Chief Whip

John Cummins**

Civilian Driver to the Leader of the Seanad

Derek Grubb

Civilian Driver to the Leader of the Seanad

*Appointment terminated with effect from 30/6/2011**Resigned with effect from 06/08/2011

The only other appointments I have made have been in relation to the National Economic and Social Development Office (NESDO), which is the only body under the aegis of my Department. Martin Fraser, Secretary General to my Department was appointed as Chair of NESDO and the National Economic and Social Council (NESC) with effect from 1 August 2011. I also appointed 8 people to the NESC as follows:

Name

Organisation

Date

Prof Egdar Morgenroth

ESRI

15 June 2011

Prof John McHale

NUIG

15 June 2011

Prof Mary Daly

Queen’s University Belfast

15 June 2011

Prof Anna Davis

Trinity College

15 June 2011

Prof Seán Ó Riain

NUI Maynooth

15 June 2011

Dr. Michael O’Sullivan

Credit Suisse — London

15 June 2011

Ms Mary Walsh

Chartered Accountant

16 June 2011

Dr. Michelle Morris

UCD

12 July 2011

Members do not receive any remuneration in relation to their roles on the Board/Council.

Departmental Funding

Shane Ross

Question:

88 Deputy Shane Ross asked the Taoiseach the amount of money he has paid out individually to a company (details supplied) in the past decade; and if he will provide details of the tasks performed. [22331/11]

The following table provides details of payments made by my Department to the said companies from 2002 to the end of August 2011 and details of the tasks performed by them:

KPMG (as part of KPMG/Bearing Point)

Year

Total Payments

Details of tasks performed

2002

€78,221

Implementation of HRMS Peoplesoft

2003

€96,351

Implementation of HRMS Peoplesoft and provision of training

Price Waterhouse Coopers

Year

Total Payments

Details of tasks performed

2002

€35,367

Consultancy e-Cabinet

Shane Ross

Question:

89 Deputy Shane Ross asked the Taoiseach the amount of money that has been paid directly or indirectly from him to the ICTU and individual trades unions in the past decade; the reasons for the payments; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [22332/11]

Shane Ross

Question:

95 Deputy Shane Ross asked the Taoiseach the amount of State funding directly or indirectly that has been paid to fund trade unions, related bodies or trader union interests or causes in the past decade; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [22619/11]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 89 and 95 together.

The following table details the amount of money paid by my Department to ICTU and individual trade unions in the past decade:

Payments made to ICTU

Year

Amount paid

Details

2004

€423

Refund of flight costs

2004

€20,000

ICTU launch of Information Campaign during the Irish Presidency 2004

2006

€640

Expenses refunded re Riga/Ministerial Conference

2007

€10,000

Payment to ICTU of Commemoration Grant: Production of a play based around the events of the 1907 dockers and Carters Strike in Belfast

2008

€300

Attendance at ICTU conference by two officials

Payments made to Individual Trade Unions

Year

Amount Paid

Details

2005

€20,000

Payment to SIPTU of Commemoration Grant: Production and publication of two Volumes regarding James Connolly.

2007

€50,000

Payment to SIPTU of Commemoration Grant: Production of a book on James Connolly: Letters and Correspondence 1889 — 1916

2009

€19,000

Payment to SIPTU of Commemoration Grant: Political Writings of James Connolly — Commemoration Grant

National Lottery Funding

Paudie Coffey

Question:

90 Deputy Paudie Coffey asked the Taoiseach the amount of national lottery funding his Department received in 2009 and 2010; if he will provide a list of the way in which this money was spent in tabular form; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [22349/11]

My Department received no National Lottery funding in 2009 or 2010.

Departmental Equipment

Dara Calleary

Question:

91 Deputy Dara Calleary asked the Taoiseach the number of computer servers that are owned or leased by his Department and each State agency under the aegis of his Department; and the capacity of each server. [22495/11]

The Taoiseach: Dept of Taoiseach Servers
The servers owned by Department of the Taoiseach and their capacity are summarised in the following table

Server Type

Total Storage Capacity

RAM

Dell Power Edge 2850

140GB

2GB

Dell Power Edge 2850

140GB

2GB

Dell Power Edge 2850

68GB

2GB

Dell Power Edge 2850

140GB

2GB

Dell Power Edge 2850

140GB

2GB

Dell Power Edge 2850

140GB

4GB

Dell Power Edge 2850

140GB

4GB

Dell Power Edge 2850

560GB

4GB

Dell Power Edge 1950

70GB

2GB

Dell Power Edge 1950

75GB

1GB

Dell PowerEdge 2950

135GB

4GB

Dell PowerEdge 2950

480GB

4GB

Dell PowerEdge 2950

200GB

4GB

Dell PowerEdge 2950

200GB

4GB

Dell PowerEdge 2950

200GB

4GB

Dell PowerEdge 2950

200GB

4GB

HP Proliant DL380

70GB

1GB

HP DL380 g7

770GB

34GB

HP DL 380 g7

290GB

34GB

Dell Poweredge 2650

170GB

2GB

Dell Power Edge 2850

73GB

4GB

Dell Power Edge 2950

73GB

4GB

Dell PowerEdge 2950

145GB

4GB

HP DL380 g6

75GB

60GB

HP DL 380 g6

75GB

60GB

HP DL380 g6

75GB

60GB

HP DL 380 g6

75GB

60GB

HP DL 380 g6

75GB

60GB

NESDO Servers
The National Economic and Social Development Office (NESDO) is the only agency under the aegis of my Department. The computers servers owned by NESDO and their capacity are summarised in the following table:

Server Type

Total Storage Capacity

RAM

Dell PowerEdge 860

73 GB

2GB

Dell PowerEdge 860

146 GB

2GB

Dell PowerEdge 2950

146 GB

2GB

Dell PowerEdge 2650

219 GB

2GB

Dell PowerEdge 2950

600 GB

32 GB

Dell PowerEdge 2950

600 GB

32 GB

Departmental Agencies

Joe McHugh

Question:

92 Deputy Joe McHugh asked the Taoiseach the number of quangos, agencies and authorities that were established by his Department in each of the years 1997 to January 2011; the number of staff employed by his Department in 1997; the number of staff employed by his Department in January 2011; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [22587/11]

The National Economic and Social Development Office (NESDO), is the only agency under my Department's aegis. It was established on a non statutory basis in 2002 and was put on a statutory basis in 2006.

There were 164 whole time equivalent (wte) staff employed in my Department in 1997. At the end of January 2011 there were 189.01 wte employed.

Consultancy Reports

Joe McHugh

Question:

93 Deputy Joe McHugh asked the Taoiseach if he will provide a report of the number of consultancy reports commissioned by his Department between 1997 and January 2011; the cost of commissioning each report; if he will provide information on the implementation of recommendations set out in each report; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [22604/11]

The following table details consultancy reports commissioned by my Department from 2000 to end August 2011.

Many of the recommendations in these reports have been acted upon and others continue to be under active consideration by the relevant Minister or Department. If any particular recommendation is of interest to the Deputy I will have the up to date position clarified for him.

Department

January 2011 — end August 2011

Name of Consultant

Details of engagement

QTS Limited

Health and Safety Consultancy H&S Safety Statement 2011

€ 1,270.50

2010

Nil

2009

Name of Consultant

Details of engagement

QTS Limited

Health and Safety Consultancy H&S Safety Statement 2009

€1,701.00

QTS Limited

Health & Safety Consultancy H&S Safety Statement 2010.

€1,275.75

2008

Name of Consultant

Details of engagement

QTS Limited

Annual Risk Assessment — health and safety

€1,694.00

Ipsos Mori

Phase 2 of 2007 Quality Customer Service Survey

€9,952.25

Raymond Burke Consulting

Consultancy Fee for Value for money review of NESDO

€3,375.90

2007

Name of Consultant

Details of engagement

QTS Limited

Safety Statement and Risk Assessment

€2,541.00

2006

Name of Consultant

Details of engagement

Watson Wyatt

Employee Opinion Survey — 1st and 2nd Tranche

€26,505.00

2005

Nil

2004

Name of Consultant

Details of engagement

Watson Wyatt

Employee Opinion Survey 2003

€20,201

2003

Name of Consultant

Details of engagement

Watson Wyatt

Employee Opinion Survey 2003

€21,300

2002

Name of Consultant

Details of engagement

HOSCA Management Consultants

Employee Opinion Survey

€12,077

2001

Nil

2000

Nil

Organisational Review Programme

2010

Mercer (Ireland) Ltd

Staff surveys for the Organisational Review Programme

€23,595.00

2009

IPSOS MORI

Organisational Review Programme Reports Covering 4 Organisations — on Deployment of Initial Survey

€34,626.29

2008

Hudson Talent Management

Survey, deployment, analysis and reporting for the Organisational Review Programme

€45,552.34

Industrial Relations

2008

Name of Consultant

Details of engagement

Grant Thornton

Forensic accounting services in respect of issues pertaining to an industrial relations dispute at Aer Lingus (the services were commissioned by the National Implementation Body to assist in resolving industrial relations issues at Aer Lingus).

€75,119.82

2007

Name of Consultant

Details of engagement

Indecon

A Review of the Irish Annuities Market (The Review was undertaken under the auspices of the Partnership Pensions Review Group which was established under the terms of Towards 2016).

€133,165.60

2006

Name of Consultant

Details of engagement

Fitzpatrick Associates

Study on Progressing the Special Initiatives under Sustaining Progress

€18,604.00

2005

Name of Consultant

Details of engagement

Fitzpatrick Associates

Research project on the Special Initiatives under Sustaining Progress

€18,604

Grant Thornton

Report of the National Implementation Board re cost and implications of Proposed Amendments to Labour Court recommendations on An Post (in the context of an industrial relations dispute at the company)

€60,000

2000

Name of Consultant

Details of engagement

ESRI

Phase II Basic Income Study

€16,789

Rory O’Donnell & Paul Teague

Evaluation of Partnership

€50,790

Public Service Modernisation funded through the Change Management Fund, Department of Finance

2009

O’Neill Amarach Consultants LTD

Business Customer Satisfaction Survey

€23,752.02

IPSOS MORI

Survey of Civil Service Customers

€68,185.80

Fitzpatrick Associates

Garda Boundaries Realignment Project

€46,413.00

Economist Intelligence Unit

To conduct an independent Review of the Economic Regulatory Environment to compare the performance of Irish sectoral regulators against their international counterparts

€25,632.71

2008

IPSOS MORI

Compiling and presentation of Civil Service Customer Satisfaction survey

€6,9817

OECD

OECD system level review of Irish Civil Service

€60,000.75

Economist Intelligence Unit

To conduct an independent Review of the Economic Regulatory Environment to compare the performance of Irish sectoral regulators against their international counterparts

€382,866.76

Isolde Goggins and Gillian Lauder

Review of the Operation of Regulatory Impact analysis (RIA). In line with the terms of Towards 2016, an independent review of the operation of RIA was commissioned to assess the effectiveness of the current RIA model across Departments.

€85,305.00

2007

OECD

OECD system level review of Irish Civil Service

€300,010.00

Fitzpatrick Associates

Research project to evaluate the impact of the introduction of the Customer Charter process in the Irish Civil Service

€13,552.00

Ipsos Mori

Survey of Civil Service customers (general public) to determine attitudes towards and experiences of dealing with Civil Service Organisations.

€9,952.25

Isolde Goggin and Gillian Lauder

Review of the Operation of Regulatory Impact Analysis

€23,595.00

R.A. Consulting

Employee Opinion Survey 2007

€18,081.00

2006

Economic and Social Research Institute

Business Attitudes Survey

€80,000.00

Fitzpatrick Associates

Customer Charter Evaluation

€40,656

Institute of Public Administration

Project to map regulatory framework in Ireland

€13,068

Ipsos Mori Ireland

Surveys of general public and business customers

€17,847

2005

Institute of Public Administration

Regulatory Mapping project

€37,466

Ipsos Mori Ireland

Market research on Customer Satisfaction

€16,486

2004

McCann Fitzgerald Solicitors

Research and preparation of report — Redress for Civil Service Customers

€76,895

2003

Lansdowne Market Research Ltd

Irish Civil Service Customer Satisfaction Survey Report

€21,447

2002

NGM Market Research Ltd

Communicating Change and Modernisation in the Civil Service — Report

€25,181

Lansdowne Market Research Ltd

Irish Civil Service — Customer Satisfaction Survey Report

€35,804

2001

Name of Consultant

Details of engagement

Dr. Jane Pillinger

Consultancy SMI

€38,823

PA Consulting Group

Evaluation of SMI

€349,306

Departmental Expenditure

Joe McHugh

Question:

94 Deputy Joe McHugh asked the Taoiseach the annual Departmental spend for his Department per annum since 1997; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [22610/11]

The following table details the annual spend by my Department, in respect of Administration and Programme subheads, from 1997 to end of August 2011:

Year

Annual spend by Department€m

1997

€16.185

1998

€21.120

1999

€25.264

2000

€72.817

2001

€29.910

2002

€28.403

2003

€24.655

2004

€28.824

2005

€29.484

2006

€32.585

2007

€35.167

2008

€32.897

2009

€24.235

2010

€20.300

2011 (Jan — Aug 2011)

€11.383

Question No. 95 answered with Question No. 89.

National Census

Peter Mathews

Question:

96 Deputy Peter Mathews asked the Taoiseach if he will provide the proportion of adults aged over 60 years in the 2006 census in a selection of district electoral divisions (details supplied) in tabular form; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [22636/11]

The following table details the proportion of adults aged over 60 years in the 2006 census in relation to all the district electoral divisions requested by the Deputy.

Persons, males and females aged 60 years and over present in the State on census night, classified by selected Electoral Divisions and the percentage against the entire population, 2006

Geographic Area

Age Group

Gender

Persons

Males

Females

Ballinteer-Broadford

Total population

3,152

1,539

1,613

Of which 60 years and over

343

163

180

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

10.9%

10.6%

11.2%

Ballinteer-Ludford

Total population

2,118

1,025

1,093

Of which 60 years and over

634

300

334

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

29.9%

29.3%

30.6%

Ballinteer-Marley

Total population

2,443

1,187

1,256

Of which 60 years and over

309

151

158

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

12.6%

12.7%

12.6%

Ballinteer-Meadowbroads

Total population

1,587

768

819

Of which 60 years and over

494

237

257

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

31.1%

30.9%

31.4%

Ballinteer-Meadowmount

Total population

1,984

955

1,029

Of which 60 years and over

437

194

243

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

22.0%

20.3%

23.6%

Ballinteer-Woodpark

Total population

4,305

2,106

2,199

Of which 60 years and over

674

344

330

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

15.7%

16.3%

15.0%

Cabinteely-Loughlinstown

Total population

2,546

1,278

1,268

Of which 60 years and over

183

87

96

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

7.2%

6.8%

7.6%

Churchtown-Castle

Total population

1,244

587

657

Of which 60 years and over

323

117

206

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

26.0%

19.9%

31.4%

Churchtown-Landscape

Total population

1,198

567

631

Of which 60 years and over

318

129

189

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

26.5%

22.8%

30.0%

Churchtown-Nutgrove

Total population

3,100

1,523

1,577

Of which 60 years and over

671

281

390

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

21.6%

18.5%

24.7%

Churchtown-Orwell

Total population

1,871

856

1,015

Of which 60 years and over

553

216

337

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

29.6%

25.2%

33.2%

Churchtown-Woodlawn

Total population

1,323

626

697

Of which 60 years and over

286

117

169

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

21.6%

18.7%

24.2%

Clonskeagh-Belfield

Total population

2,442

1,025

1,417

Of which 60 years and over

206

73

133

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

8.4%

7.1%

9.4%

Clonskeagh-Farranboley

Total population

1,483

698

785

Of which 60 years and over

329

126

203

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

22.2%

18.1%

25.9%

Clonskeagh-Milltown

Total population

1,915

931

984

Of which 60 years and over

259

107

152

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

13.5%

11.5%

15.4%

Clonskeagh-Roebuck

Total population

2,037

980

1,057

Of which 60 years and over

409

180

229

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

20.1%

18.4%

21.7%

Clonskeagh-Windy Arbour

Total population

2,510

1,200

1,310

Of which 60 years and over

494

169

325

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

19.7%

14.1%

24.8%

Dundrum-Balally

Total population

4,894

2,419

2,475

Of which 60 years and over

839

387

452

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

17.1%

16.0%

18.3%

Dundrum-Kilmacud

Total population

2,981

1,456

1,525

Of which 60 years and over

443

184

259

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

14.9%

12.6%

17.0%

Dundrum-Sandyford

Total population

5,844

2,851

2,993

Of which 60 years and over

706

346

360

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

12.1%

12.1%

12.0%

Dundrum-Sweetmount

Total population

1,890

916

974

Of which 60 years and over

518

215

303

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

27.4%

23.5%

31.1%

Dundrum-Taney

Total population

2,583

1,206

1,377

Of which 60 years and over

516

214

302

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

20.0%

17.7%

21.9%

Foxrock-Carrickmines

Total population

5,982

2,929

3,053

Of which 60 years and over

945

433

512

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

15.8%

14.8%

16.8%

Foxrock-Torquay

Total population

1,379

664

715

Of which 60 years and over

238

116

122

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

17.3%

17.5%

17.1%

Glencullen

Total population

13,925

7,023

6,902

Of which 60 years and over

1,020

454

566

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

7.3%

6.5%

8.2%

Stillorgan-Deerpark

Total population

2,828

1,297

1,531

Of which 60 years and over

679

249

430

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

24.0%

19.2%

28.1%

Stillorgan-Kilmacud

Total population

3,842

1,838

2,004

Of which 60 years and over

944

397

547

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

24.6%

21.6%

27.3%

Stillorgan-Leopardstown

Total population

2,067

977

1,090

Of which 60 years and over

437

202

235

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

21.1%

20.7%

21.6%

Stillorgan-Merville

Total population

2,859

1,351

1,508

Of which 60 years and over

544

232

312

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

19.0%

17.2%

20.7%

Stillorgan-Mount Merrion

Total population

2,386

1,119

1,267

Of which 60 years and over

489

199

290

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

20.5%

17.8%

22.9%

Tibradden

Total population

827

400

427

Of which 60 years and over

62

30

32

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

7.5%

7.5%

7.5%

Ballyboden

Total population

5,200

2,556

2,644

Of which 60 years and over

569

272

297

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

10.9%

10.6%

11.2%

Edmondstown

Total population

5,656

2,787

2,869

Of which 60 years and over

529

234

295

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

9.4%

8.4%

10.3%

Firhouse-Ballycullen

Total population

6,610

3,341

3,269

Of which 60 years and over

280

131

149

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

4.2%

3.9%

4.6%

Firhouse-Knocklyon

Total population

4,014

2,010

2,004

Of which 60 years and over

528

273

255

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

13.2%

13.6%

12.7%

Rathfarnham-Ballyroan

Total population

2,494

1,186

1,308

Of which 60 years and over

776

321

455

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

31.1%

27.1%

34.8%

Rathfarnham-Butterfield

Total population

3,286

1,591

1,695

Of which 60 years and over

890

384

506

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

27.1%

24.1%

29.9%

Rathfarnham-Hermitage

Total population

4,610

2,202

2,408

Of which 60 years and over

502

209

293

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

10.9%

9.5%

12.2%

Rathfarnham-St. Enda’s

Total population

3,924

1,875

2,049

Of which 60 years and over

714

309

405

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

18.2%

16.5%

19.8%

Rathfarnham Village

Total population

3,038

1,407

1,631

Of which 60 years and over

586

238

348

Number of 60 years and over as a percentage of the total population

19.3%

16.9%

21.3%

Departmental Agencies

Mary Lou McDonald

Question:

97 Deputy Mary Lou McDonald asked the Taoiseach the money saved if all State agency board member payments in his Department were reduced by €10,000 when their current annual payment is in excess of €50,000. [22743/11]

The National Economic and Social Development Office (NESDO) is the only State agency under the aegis of my Department.

The membership of the Board of the NESDO comprises the Chairperson and Deputy Chairperson of the National Economic and Social Council (NESC). There are 33 members on the NESC. Members do not receive any remuneration in relation to their roles on the Board/Council so the question of savings does not arise.

Question No. 98 answered with Question No. 85.

Departmental Expenditure

Shane Ross

Question:

99 Deputy Shane Ross asked the Taoiseach the details of spending, using departmental credit cards held by Department staff over the past four years; the numbers of persons in his Department who hold credit cards; the credit limits of said cards; and the amount that was specifically spent by his Department on entertainment provided using said credit card. [23319/11]

The following table details the total spend on departmental credit cards over the past four years, and the amount that relates to entertainment expenditure:

Year

Total Spend

Total Spend on Entertainment

No. of Cards

2008

€79,410.24

€22,460.89

29

2009

€28,809.55

€7,328.97

25

2010

€15,351.14

€2,982.48

19

2011 (Jan — Aug)

€15,549.12

€2,370.98

8

There are eight departmental credit cards in operation at present, two of which have a credit limit of €4,000 and the remaining six have a limit of €2,500.00. The cards are held by the following officials:

Head of Information Technology Unit

Head of Library Services/Archives

Private Secretary to the Taoiseach

Private Secretary to Government Chief Whip

Private Secretary to the Minister of State for European Affairs

Assistant Secretary, European and International Affairs

Head of Management Services Unit

Finance Officer

Departmental credit cards are used for official purposes only. They are allocated to officials where the facility will be of practical use in meeting the requirements of official business, for example, to facilitate meeting of travel expenses and official entertainment while away from the office, the procurement of goods and services such as on-line conference bookings, air travel, purchase of IT equipment and library supplies.

The use of official credit cards is closely monitored by the Department's Finance Unit. Expenditure must generally be supported by receipts submitted by card holders each month as part of the approval process for the associated expenditure. The allocation and use of official credit cards are reviewed on an ongoing basis, with a view to minimising the number of cards allocated, and credit limits are assigned in line with requirements for official use on a case by case basis.

Ministerial Staff

John O'Mahony

Question:

100 Deputy John O’Mahony asked the Taoiseach the number of persons employed in each of the private offices and the constituency offices of his Ministers of State; the annual amount paid in respect of salaries to each office for 2009, 2010 and to date in 2011 in tabular form; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [23349/11]

John O'Mahony

Question:

101 Deputy John O’Mahony asked the Taoiseach the number of special advisers and programme managers in his Department; the annual amount paid in respect of salaries in regard to each such office for each of the years 2009, 2010 and to date in 2011, in tabular form; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [23364/11]

John O'Mahony

Question:

102 Deputy John O’Mahony asked the Taoiseach the number of persons employed in his private offices and constituency offices; the annual amount paid in respect of salaries in regard to each such office for 2009, 2010 and to date in 2011 in tabular format; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [23379/11]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 100 to 102, inclusive, together.

Details of the number and annual salaries of the Special Advisers and of those employed in the Private Offices and Constituency Offices of my Department are set out in the following table.

2009 (as at 1/1/2009)

2009 (as at 1/1/2009)

2010 (as at 1/1/2011)

2010 (as at 1/1/2011)

2011 (as at 1/1/2011)

2011 (as at 1/1/2011)

Number of Staff

Annual Salary

Number of Staff

Annual Salary

Number of Staff

Annual Salary

Taoiseach’s Private Office

12

627,473

10

484,561

11

574,261

Taoiseach’s Constituency Office

7

337,197

6

296,497

5

280,882

Government Chief Whip’s PrivateOffice

4

202,099

4

195,587

4

201,215

Government Chief Whip Constituency Office

4

162,473

3

130,614

3

135,818

Minister of State for European Affairs Private Office

3

132,405

3

127,840

2

103,324

Special Advisers

7

1,063,350

7

974,496.00

5

576,153

Totals

37

2,524,997

33

2,209,595

30

1,871,653

Departmental Expenditure

Simon Harris

Question:

103 Deputy Simon Harris asked the Taoiseach the budget available to his Department for IT expenditure in 2010 and 2011; the provisions within his Department for the purchasing of IT equipment; the efforts that are being undertaken to ensure value for money and cost reductions in this regard; if there are budgets and procedures in place for the purchasing of IT equipment for each State agency under his remit for 2010 and 2011; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [23452/11]

My Department is acutely aware of the need to obtain value for money at all times and is fully committed to effective and efficient resource allocation and service provision. There is a continuing focus on achieving more efficiencies in IT spend and contracts coming up for renewal are reviewed with a view to consolidation wherever possible. Centrally negotiated framework agreements are also utilised wherever possible.

The National Economic and Social Development Office (NESDO) is the only agency under the aegis of my Department. NESDO receive a grant-in-aid allocation from my Department. They provided for €10,000 from their budget in 2010 and €12,870 from their budget in 2011 for the purchasing of IT equipment.

Procurement of IT equipment by my Department and by NESDO is carried out under procedures recommended by the National Public Procurement Policy Unit in the Department of Finance which is responsible for procurement policy, national procurement guidelines and the application of EU directives.

These procedures are designed to ensure that appropriate competitive processes are in place to select the providers of goods and services which represent best value to the Department, taking account of a number of important criteria including cost and suitability for purpose.

Departmental Correspondence

Sean Fleming

Question:

104 Deputy Sean Fleming asked the Taoiseach if he will publish the details of his Department’s submission and all correspondence to the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform for consideration as part of the comprehensive spending review. [23479/11]

Departmental submissions to the Comprehensive Review of Expenditure (CRE) are a central part of the overall pre-budget deliberations of the Government. As such, release of these documents could not be considered in advance of Government decisions on the forthcoming Budget. I would envisage that the reports submitted as part of the CRE process can be made available publicly following the completion of the budgetary and Estimates process.

Live Register

John McGuinness

Question:

105 Deputy John McGuinness asked the Taoiseach if he will give details of the most recent unemployment figures at a social welfare office (details supplied) in Dublin 24; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [23879/11]

The Live Register series gives a monthly breakdown of the number of people claiming Jobseekers Benefit, Jobseekers Allowance and other registrants as registered with the Department of Social Protection. Figures are published for each county and local social welfare office.

The most recent Live Register figures available are for August 2011. The table below contains the numbers signing on in Tallaght local office on the last Friday of August 2011.

It should be noted that the Live Register is not a definitive measure of unemployment as it includes part-time workers, and seasonal and casual workers entitled to Jobseekers Benefit or Allowance.

Live Register

Males

Under 25 years

1,651

25 years and over

6,551

Total males

8,202

Females

Under 25 years

1,004

25 years and over

2,974

Total females

3,978

All persons

Under 25 years

2,655

25 years and over

9,525

Total persons

12,180

Source: CSO Live Register

Professional Fees

Pearse Doherty

Question:

106 Deputy Pearse Doherty asked the Taoiseach the potential savings to the Exchequer by reducing professional fees paid by the State by 25%. [24288/11]

The total amount of professional fees paid by my Department from January to end August 2011 was €1,011,530.30. This includes spend of €1,270 under my Department's administrative budget, the remainder relates to the Moriarty Tribunal. A reduction of 25% would have equalled €252,882.58.

It should be noted that following completion of its Second Report, the Tribunal's legal team was reduced and it now consists of just a Junior Counsel and a Solicitor to assist in the completion of the Tribunal's remaining tasks.

Constitutional Convention

Anne Ferris

Question:

107 Deputy Anne Ferris asked the Taoiseach the progress that has been made in establishing the constitutional convention; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24432/11]

Work has commenced on the preparation of proposals for the establishment of the Constitutional Convention and, when ready, these will be considered by the Government.

The proposals, which will address matters such as the structure, composition and working methods of the Convention, will be announced after they have been agreed by the Government.

Commemorative Events

Eric J. Byrne

Question:

108 Deputy Eric Byrne asked the Taoiseach if he will confirm the names of those who will comprise the Oireachtas consultation group in relation to the plans for the 1916 rising centenary; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24433/11]

Membership of the Oireachtas Consultation Group on Centenary Commemorations comprises Mr. Jimmy Deenihan TD, Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Deputies Aengus Ó Snodaigh, Catherine Murphy and Maureen O'Sullivan and Senators Mary White and Mark Daly.

Departmental Expenditure

Terence Flanagan

Question:

109 Deputy Terence Flanagan asked the Taoiseach if he will deal with a matter (details supplied) regarding expenses claimed by a former Taoiseach; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [23695/11]

Terence Flanagan

Question:

110 Deputy Terence Flanagan asked the Taoiseach if he will deal with a matter regarding expenditure of public money (details supplied); and if he will make a statement on the matter. [23798/11]

Anne Ferris

Question:

111 Deputy Anne Ferris asked the Taoiseach the measures he will take to reduce the phone allowances and secretarial allowances of retired Taoisigh; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [23999/11]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 109 to 111, inclusive, together.

Under the terms of an initiative introduced by the Department of Finance in August 2001, my Department pays the salary of secretarial assistants employed by former Taoisigh.

A former Taoiseach may employ two secretarial assistants for a period not exceeding five years. After the five year period has elapsed one secretarial assistant may be employed. The initiative also includes provision for purchase of computer equipment necessary for this type of service.

My Department also pays for the telephone expenses incurred by former Taoisigh.

These arrangements are being reviewed as part of the Comprehensive Review of Expenditure which is currently underway.

Robert Dowds

Question:

112 Deputy Robert Dowds asked the Taoiseach the amount of money spent producing Government reports in both Irish and English on a yearly basis. [25411/11]

The following payments were made in 2010 in respect of the production of reports by the Department of the Taoiseach:

(A) Corporate Affairs

Name of Report

Type of Cost

Cost

Annual Report 2007 (English and Irish)*

Printing

€825

Strategy Statement 2008-2010 (English and Irish)*

Printing

€306

Annual Report 2008 (English and Irish)*

Design

€1,815

Annual Report 2008 (English and Irish)*

Translation

€3,840.54

Total Cost

€6,786.54

*Invoices received and paid in 2010 in respect of reports published in previous years.

(B) Organisational Review Programme

The ORP, which was based in the Department of the Taoiseach in 2010, has since transferred to the Department of Public Expenditure.

Name of Report

Type of Cost

Cost

The Second Report of the Organisational Review Programme (English and Irish)

Translation

€10,810.79

The Second Report of the Organisational Review Programme (English and Irish)

Printing

€7,928

Total Cost

€18,738.79

The total costs for 2010 therefore are € 25,525.33.

Passport Applications

Alex White

Question:

113 Deputy Alex White asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade the reason a passport has not been issued in respect of a person (details supplied). [24594/11]

An application for a passport for the child in question was made in March, 2011. This was done under the provisions of the Passports Act, 2008, which provides, that this Department must be satisfied that an applicant is an Irish citizen before issuing him/her a passport. In this particular case the child was born in England. Her mother was born in South Africa and even though she is an Irish passport holder since 2004, this does not confer automatic Irish citizenship entitlement to any children that she may have that were born abroad.

Accordingly the applicant's entitlement to Irish citizenship is based on an Irish-born maternal grandparent. In such cases, a person must apply for Irish citizenship through the Foreign Births Registration process to the Consular Section in my Department. Successful applicants are issued with certificates of registration which are required for the purposes of passport applications.

No such certificate or any other acceptable evidence of the child's entitlement to Irish citizenship was presented with the passport application and accordingly, the application could not be approved. The Passport Service wrote to the applicant's parents on 14 April, 2011 to advise of the position and requested specific additional documentary evidence to demonstrate the child's entitlement to Irish citizenship. While no reply has been received in the interim the application remains open.

In order to finalise the application to passport issue, the child in question must first be registered in the Foreign Births Register. Once this is done, the parents must submit the certificate of registration to the Passport Service where it will be associated with the current application form.

The Consular Division of the Department received an application for Foreign Births registration on 19th May 2011 and has been in contact with the applicant in relation to outstanding documentation as recently as 6th September last. When this documentation is received the application for Foreign Birth Registration can be fully considered.

Diplomatic Representation

Eoghan Murphy

Question:

114 Deputy Eoghan Murphy asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade if a decision has been reached in relation to retaining an Irish embassy in the Vatican. [24771/11]

I am currently reviewing our network of diplomatic and consular missions in the context of the Government's comprehensive review of expenditure. It would be inappropriate and discourteous for me to speculate on the outcome of that review as regards individual missions.

Arms Trade

Eoghan Murphy

Question:

115 Deputy Eoghan Murphy asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade in view of Ireland’s commitment to international arms control, in particular nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament and in view of Ireland’s chairmanship of the OSCE, which we will take up in 2012, if he will inform Dáil Éireann when he intends to implement Ireland’s accession to the Antarctic Treaty. [24783/11]

The question of Ireland's possible accession to the Antarctic Treaty System is under consideration in those Government Departments which have responsibility for the areas covered by the Antarctic Treaties. A Government decision of 9 June 2010 authorised the then Minister for Foreign Affairs and the other relevant Ministers to conduct preparatory work on this issue. A process of inter-departmental consultation, chaired by my Department, is continuing. This includes an assessment of the legislative implications of accession; it is apparent that these could be significant.

Appointments to State Agencies

Joe McHugh

Question:

116 Deputy Joe McHugh asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade the names of the State boards whose membership are determined by his Department; the date on which each of these membership is due for renewal or appointment; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24959/11]

There are no State boards operating under the responsibility of my Department. However, there are currently four bodies which operate under its aegis. The four bodies in question consist of

one Education Commission: The Ireland — United States Commission for Educational Exchange, also known as the Fulbright Commission; and

three Advisory Committees, namely (a) the Government Emigrant Services Advisory Committee; (b) the Development Education Advisory Committee and (c) the Irish Aid Expert Advisory Group.

The Ireland — United States (Fulbright) Commission for Educational Exchange, while not a State body, was established on a statutory basis in 1991. I have certain specific statutory responsibilities in respect of the Commission, including the appointment of four of eight members to its Board for a two-year period. In October 2010, my predecessor appointed three members to the Board. The fourth board member's term has expired.

The Government's Emigrant Services Advisory Committee (previously known as the Díon Committee) was set up in 1984 to advise the Government on the welfare of the Irish community in Britain. The Committee's primary role is to advise on the distribution of Government support to voluntary agencies providing front line services and community care to Irish people in Britain. The Committee currently has a membership of thirteen persons. The Chair and Secretary are both officers of the Embassy in London, while other Committee members serve in a voluntary capacity.

Following the expiration of the term of the previous Committee on 31 December 2010, I appointed eleven voluntary members to the Committee on 11 April 2011, in consultation with Embassy London and the Irish Abroad Unit in my Department. The Development Education Advisory Committee (DEAC) was established by the Minister for Foreign Affairs in 2003 following the recommendations of the Ireland Aid Review Committee. It has ten members, eight of whom I appoint directly and two who are appointed on the nomination of the Department of Education and Skills and the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA). Its purpose is to advise on policy regarding development education. The current committee was appointed by my predecessor in April 2010 for a two-year term. Membership is drawn from the voluntary sector and relevant educational institutions. The Department of Education and Skills and the NCCA nominees serve in a representative capacity while all other committee members serve in an individual capacity.

The Irish Aid Expert Advisory Group (IAEAG) was established in 2010 acting on a recommendation contained in the Irish Aid Management Review adopted by the Government in 2009. The Group consists of seven members, six of whom I appoint directly and one on the nomination of the Department of Finance. The role of the Group is to offer independent expert advice on the strategic direction of the aid programme. Members of the Advisory Group were appointed by my predecessor in June 2010 for a three year term.

Departmental Expenditure

Robert Dowds

Question:

117 Deputy Robert Dowds asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade the amount of money spent producing Government reports in both Irish and English on a yearly basis. [25412/11]

In 2010, my Department translated two reports into Irish: the 2009 Report of the Department's Audit Committee and the 2009 Annual Report of Irish Aid. The total amount spent on translating these reports was €4,343.

Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products

Robert Dowds

Question:

118 Deputy Robert Dowds asked the Minister for Finance the extent of tobacco smuggling here at present; the extent of seizures of illegal tobacco over the past year; and his plans to tackle this crime. [24659/11]

I am informed by the Revenue Commissioners, who are responsible for the collection of tobacco products tax, and for tackling the illicit trade in cigarettes and tobacco products, that there is no internationally recognised method for precisely determining the amount of tax lost as a result of the illicit trade in cigarettes. However, on the basis of a 2009 & 2010 survey carried out independently on behalf of Revenue and the Office of Tobacco Control, Revenue estimates that approximately 20% of cigarettes consumed in the State had not been taxed in this jurisdiction. It is important to emphasise that this estimate includes both illicit cigarettes and legal cross-border purchases brought into the State for personal consumption. Revenue would further tentatively estimate that this figure of 20% comprises 14% illicit product and 6% legal cross-border purchases. In 2010 Revenue's strategy resulted in the seizure of a total of 178m cigarettes with a retail value of approximately €75m and 3,342kg of tobacco with a retail value of approximately €1.2m. For the period January to August 2011, a total of 77.9m cigarettes with a retail value of approximately €32.8m and 6,683 kg of tobacco with a retail value of approximately €2.4m have been seized.

The Revenue Commissioners regard the tackling of the illicit trade in cigarettes and tobacco products to be a high priority area. They have established a high level internal group, chaired at Commissioner level, to examine the risks related to tobacco products tax and to oversee and optimise the detection of counterfeit and contraband tobacco products. This group has promoted a number of initiatives aimed at counteracting the illicit trade in tobacco. These include adoption of a comprehensive tobacco strategy and action plan.

This strategy employed by Revenue to tackle this illicit trade is multi-faceted. It includes ongoing analysis of the nature and extent of the problem, developing and sharing intelligence on a national, EU and international basis, ongoing review of operational policies, development of analytics and deployment of detection technologies, optimum deployment of resources at point of importation and internally to intercept the contraband product and to prosecute those involved.

Interception at the point of importation is achieved through a combination of risk analysis, profiling, intelligence, and the screening of cargo, vehicles, baggage and postal packages. Revenue enforcement officers also target this illicit trade at the post-importation level by carrying out intelligence-based operations and random checks at retail outlets, markets and private and commercial premises. Revenue also carries out regular multi-agency operations, particularly in relation to large maritime importations and in checks at inland markets.

In July 2010, Revenue launched a series of nationwide tobacco ‘blitz' type operations, which concentrated additional Revenue resources at ports, airports and at various inland retail points, including markets for the purpose of identifying illicit tobacco products. To date, Revenue has conducted seven tobacco blitz operations that have resulted in the seizure of in excess of 33.2m cigarettes. Another two large-scale nationwide operations are scheduled to take place during the last quarter of 2011.

Mortgage Lenders

Pearse Doherty

Question:

119 Deputy Pearse Doherty asked the Minister for Finance his view on obliging banks who forced customers out of tracker mortgages and onto fixed mortgages or flexi-rates; and his further views on whether there would be any cost incurred to the State as a result of this policy. [24404/11]

The Central Bank's Consumer Protection Code requires entities regulated by the Central Bank to act honestly, fairly and professionally in the best interests of their customers. Regulated entities must not recklessly, negligently or deliberately mislead a customer as to the real or perceived advantages or disadvantages of any particular product or service. In accordance with common rule 12 of the Code, regulated entities have to ensure that all relevant information, and in particular, key information is provided to a consumer in a clear manner. The operation of any agreement between a regulated entity and a consumer must be in accordance with the terms and conditions applying to that agreement. In August 2010, the Central Bank published the findings of an examination of switching practices related to tracker mortgages by lenders and relevant customer communications in relation to products. A number of concerns were identified during the examination about the level of disclosure and transparency when consumers moved from tracker rate mortgages to other forms of mortgages.

As a result of this finding, mortgage lenders were requested to disclose fully, with immediate effect, the impact of any switch from a tracker mortgage rate in all customer communications. Customers must be notified that switching from a tracker rate may mean they will lose the ability to avail of a tracker rate mortgage in the future, where this is the case.

Mortgage lenders have been advised to include new information in all customer communications regarding switching from tracker rate mortgages, for any reason, with immediate effect. This information should include:

indicative comparisons of the cost of monthly repayments of the customer's current tracker rate mortgage and the rates being offered,

details of the advantages and disadvantages of the tracker mortgage rate compared to the other rates being offered.

The examination did not find evidence that customers were being offered incentives to move off tracker rate mortgages. Mortgage lenders have been instructed, by the Central Bank, to give careful consideration before offering any incentives to customers to move from tracker rate mortgages and to notify the Central Bank in advance of any such proposals.

I have been informed by the Central Bank that, where banks and other lending agencies made errors in removing persons from tracker rate mortgages, the Bank expects that such customers have been or will be compensated by the agency in question. The Central Bank will not comment on press reports that certain amounts of compensation have been paid by certain lending agencies.

Tax Code

Terence Flanagan

Question:

120 Deputy Terence Flanagan asked the Minister for Finance his plans to reverse the implementation of the universal social charge; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24411/11]

The Universal Social Charge (USC) was introduced in Budget 2011 to replace the Income Levy and Health Levy. The USC is a more sustainable charge than the Income Levy and Health Levy. It is applied at a low rate on a wide base. The USC is designed to apply across income levels in a smoother progression and to address the irregularities caused by ‘step effects' in the previous system of levies. There is a commitment in the Programme for Government to carry out a review of the USC. This review has commenced.

The Terms of Reference of the review are broad and wide-ranging and include, but are not limited to, the following areas:

Low paid income earners;

Persons over 65;

Medical Card Holders;

Widows/Widowers;

Self-employed;

Public Service Pensioners;

Employer contributions to PRSAs; and

Any other issues (including any operational issues that have arisen in the administration of the charge).

When the review is completed and the findings are presented to me, I will make any necessary decisions in the context of Budget 2012.

Motor Vehicle Registration

Michelle Mulherin

Question:

121 Deputy Michelle Mulherin asked the Minister for Finance the number of vehicles registered under the category C classification up to 31 August 2011 and for each of the years 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010; the cost to his Department of processing these applications; the amount of revenue collected by his Department from processing these applications; the amount of revenue collected by his Department from these applications to date in 2011 and in each of the past four years; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24459/11]

I am informed by the Revenue Commissioners that the number of vehicles that were registered under the category C classification together with the amount of revenue collected for the requested periods, are shown in the table. The cost of processing these registrations is not available.

Vehicles Registered under Category C

Gross

Receipts

RegistrationsCategory C

2007

New

52,843

2,640,400

Used

22,511

1,114,950

Total

75,354

3,755,350

2008

New

36,523

1,824,950

Used

21,530

1,068,000

Total

58,053

2,892,950

2009

New

12,388

617,550

Used

20,702

1,030,100

Total

33,090

1,647,650

2010

New

12,555

713,513

Used

13,410

672,617

Total

25,965

1,386,130

2011 (8 Mths)

New

11,382

1,199,905

Used

6,848

764,300

Total

18,230

1,964,205

Please note that the receipts shown for 2011 are provisional.

Tax Code

Pearse Doherty

Question:

122 Deputy Pearse Doherty asked the Minister for Finance the current point of entry to the PAYE tax net; and if he plans to lower same. [24485/11]

The entry point to taxation for PAYE income earners is determined by a number of factors such as the age of an individual, marital status and dependent children. On that basis, the entry point to income tax for the most common categories of PAYE income earners are set out in the following tables:

Aged under 65

Category

Entry Point to PAYE Taxation

Single Individual

€16,500

Married one-earner couple with no children

€24,750

Married one-earner couple with children

€28,800

Aged 65 and over (Age Exemption Limits)

Category

Entry Point to PAYE Taxation

Single Individual

€18,000

Married one-earner couple (no children)

€36,000

As the Deputy is aware, the Government has initiated a Comprehensive Review of Expenditure to provide the Government with a set of decision options to meet the overall fiscal consolidation objectives and re-align spending with the Programme for Government priorities.

When this review is complete, the Government will examine the findings and, based on these findings and consultation with the Troika, will introduce fiscally neutral changes to the detail of the EU/IMF Programme of Financial Support for Ireland while maintaining the overall commitment to fiscal consolidation.

Pearse Doherty

Question:

123 Deputy Pearse Doherty asked the Minister for Finance his view on refundable tax credits; and if he will give an annual estimated cost to the Exchequer of providing refundable tax credits to those in receipt of wages less that €17,500 per annum. [24486/11]

I am advised by the Revenue Commissioners that based on annual incomes below €17,500 per annum on Revenue income tax records, as returned by or on behalf of income earners for the income tax year 2009, the latest year for which the necessary detailed data is available, the cost to the Exchequer of making the main personal and PAYE tax credits refundable when they are unused by these income earners is estimated to be of the order of €1.4 billion per annum. This estimate relates only to the cost of extending refundable tax credits to all those on the Revenue's tax files. If a refundable tax credit system were to be introduced, one would have to consider those who are not on the tax files, for example, those who are of employable age but not working, including those on social welfare. If such categories were eligible this would increase the cost significantly.

The estimate of cost takes into account all income earners, both employees and self-employed, whose total gross income from all sources is below €17,500 per annum. This is composed of income from employment and self-employment as well as all other sources of tax liable income such as pensions, benefits, dividends and investments.

In addition to the issue of cost, there would be a range of other policy and practical issues arising in introducing such a system.

Anne Ferris

Question:

124 Deputy Anne Ferris asked the Minister for Finance his views on whether members of the Craft Council of Ireland will avail of the reduction in the VAT rate for their labour intensive crafts; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24513/11]

Seán Kyne

Question:

140 Deputy Seán Kyne asked the Minister for Finance his plans to reduce the VAT applied on labour-intensive products produced by crafts-persons which would recognise the importance of such an indigenous, often rural based industry. [24977/11]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 124 and 140 together.

The VAT rating of goods and services is subject to the requirements of EU VAT law with which Irish VAT law must comply. Under the VAT Directive Member States may only apply the reduced VAT rate to those goods and services which are listed under Annex III of the VAT Directive. I understand that the major sectors within the Irish craft industry are pottery, glass, jewellery, textiles and furniture. Annex III does not provide for a reduced rate of VAT to be applied to these goods, which are consequentially subject to the standard VAT rate of 21%.

Brendan Griffin

Question:

125 Deputy Brendan Griffin asked the Minister for Finance if he will guarantee that the Revenue Commissioner in all districts will return all Relevant Contract Tax Deductions, RCTD 35% on application for entitlements in the respective year; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24634/11]

I am advised by the Revenue Commissioners that Relevant Contracts Tax (RCT) is a withholding tax mechanism for contractors carrying out relevant operations in the construction, forestry and meat processing sectors. The governing legislation obliges a person (the principal contractor) to retain 35% of the amount payable to subcontractors in the absence of a Revenue authorisation (C2) and a related Payments Card. Where tax is deducted, the principal contractor gives the subcontractor a Form RCTDC, which the subcontractor uses to claim credit for, or repayment of, the tax withheld. A subcontractor makes a claim for repayment of RCT by submitting one or more Form(s) RCTDC in respect of an income tax month or any number of income tax months. As a withholding tax, the tax deducted by the principal contractor is available for offset against the subcontractor's tax liability, primarily Income Tax and Corporation Tax, but also against other taxes such as Value Added Tax and employers' PAYE/PRSI. Once these liabilities have been satisfied, any balance of tax in credit may be refunded to the subcontractor.

Mortgage Arrears

Robert Dowds

Question:

126 Deputy Robert Dowds asked the Minister for Finance his approach towards assisting families coping with stressed mortgages; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24655/11]

There are a number of measures in place to assist people who are having genuine difficulties in meeting their mortgage repayments. The Central Bank's revised Code of Conduct for Mortgage Arrears (the Code) applies to mortgage lending activities with consumers in respect of their principal private residence in the State. Compliance with the Code is mandatory on all mortgage lenders registered with the Central Bank. The Code came into effect on 1 January 2011. With effect from 30 June 2011, lenders must have in place the required systems and trained staff necessary to support the implementation of the Code. The Code sets out the framework that lenders must use when dealing with borrowers who are in arrears or are in pre-arrears. For the purposes of the Code a "pre-arrears" case arises when the borrower contacts the lender stating that he or she is in danger of getting into financial difficulties and/or is concerned about getting into mortgage arrears. The Code can be accessed atwww.centralbank.ie.

The main provisions of the code are as set out as follows:

(1) Lenders must establish a Mortgage Arrears Resolution Process know as "MARP" and use this framework when dealing with consumers who are in arrears or in pre-arrears situations.

(2) The lender must not apply to the courts to commence legal action for repossession of the borrower's primary residence until every reasonable effort has been made to agree an alternative arrangement with the borrower or his/her nominated representative.

(3) Where a borrower co-operates with the lender, the lender must wait at least 12 months from the date the borrower is classified as a MARP case (i.e. 31 days from the date the arrears first arose) before applying to the courts to commence legal action for repossession of a borrower's primary residence.

(4) Where a borrower is in mortgage arrears, a lender may commence legal action for repossession of the property without the 12 month period applying, only in the following circumstances:-

where a borrower does not co-operate with the lender,

in the case of fraud perpetrated on the lender by the borrower, or

in the case of a breach of contract by the borrower other than the existence of arrears.

(5) A lender must not require a borrower to change from an existing tracker mortgage to another mortgage type as part of an alternative arrangement offered to the borrower in arrears or in pre-arrears.

(6) Lenders must establish an Appeals Support Unit which must be adequately staffed, to manage cases under the MARP.

(7) Borrowers can make an appeal in relation to the decision of the Arrears Support Unit and the lender's treatment of the borrowers under the MARP, to an internal Appeals Board which lenders are required to establish. The Central Bank has produced, with input from the National Consumer Agency, a consumer guide to assist consumers in understanding the new process under the revised Code that they should expect from lenders. The guide together, with a number of questions and answers, are available on the Central Bank's websitewww.centralbank.ie.

Financial assistance is available to eligible claimants under the Department of Social Protection's Mortgage Interest Supplement Scheme.

People in debt or in danger of getting into debt can avail of the services of the Money Advice and Budgeting Service. This is a national, free, confidential, and independent service.

The Deputy may wish to note that a Working Group has been established under the Economic Management Council to consider the state of implementation of the main recommendations in the report of the Mortgage Arrears and Personal Debt Group. This Group has also been asked to consider and develop further necessary actions to alleviate the increasing mortgage over-indebtedness problem. I expect that the Group will complete its work in the very near future.

Robert Dowds

Question:

127 Deputy Robert Dowds asked the Minister for Finance if he has given directions to the banks and other lending agencies on the way they are to deal with persons unable to cope with mortgages which they are unable to pay either in part or full; if so, if these banks and lending agencies are carrying out his direction; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24656/11]

I have not issued directions to the banks and to other lending agencies on the manner in which they are to deal with their customers. However, I would like to inform the Deputy that, following the publication of the report of the Mortgage Arrears and Personal Debt Group in November 2010, the Central Bank revised its Code of Conduct on Mortgage Arrears (CCMA). The revisions were to reflect many of the recommendations in the report, including the key recommendations relating to the introduction by all lenders, regulated by the Central Bank, of a standardised Mortgage Arrears Resolution Process (MARP).

The revised CCMA came into effect on 1 January 2011 and can be assessed atwww.centralbank.ie. Lenders are legally required to comply with the CCMA. With effect from 30 June 2011, lenders must have in place the requisite systems and trained staff necessary to support the implementation of the MARP.

lenders are prohibited from moving borrowers in arrears from existing tracker mortgages,

penalty interest charges may not be imposed on borrowers in arrears who co-operate with the MARP,

harassment of borrowers through unsolicited communication is outlawed,

borrowers in financial difficulties, but not in arrears, are allowed to come under the MARP,

when determining the 12 month period that the lender must wait before applying to the courts to commence legal action, the lender must exclude any time period during which the borrower is complying with the terms of an alternative repayment arrangement, making an appeal to the internal appeals board or making a complaint to the Financial Services Ombudsman.

Departmental Expenditure

Robert Dowds

Question:

128 Deputy Robert Dowds asked the Minister for Finance the amount of money spent producing Government reports in both Irish and English on a yearly basis. [24657/11]

Following clarification with the Deputy's office I understand that the information being sought is the total expenditure by my Department on translations from English into Irish for 2010. The total expenditure by my Department on translation costs from English into Irish in 2010 was €8,747.36.

Departmental Reports

Robert Dowds

Question:

129 Deputy Robert Dowds asked the Minister for Finance if he will consider putting the following into practice, to print Government reports and documents in English, rather than bilingually, to have available all such reports in the Irish language for all those who want to read them as Gaeilge; and if so, the amount of money that would be saved by the State. [24658/11]

Every effort should be made to ensure that material is translated into Irish in-house. Many publications, translated into Irish, should be stored electronically and printed in-house as required.

Robert Dowds

Question:

130 Deputy Robert Dowds asked the Minister for Finance the position regarding a report on the expert group reviewing the house mortgage situation. [24663/11]

I assume that the Deputy is referring to the report of the Mortgage Arrears and Personal Debt Group (Cooney Report) which was published in November 2010. One of the recommendations of the Group was that lenders should offer a Deferred Interest Scheme (DIS) to borrowers. Under this Scheme, subject to certain criteria being satisfied, borrowers are allowed to pay at least 66% of their mortgage interest but less than 100%. Payment of the balance may be deferred for up to 5 years. Lenders representing the majority of the market have already implemented (or indicated their willingness to implement) the Group's proposals for a DIS or a variation of it. While the Scheme is voluntary for all lenders, those who have signed up in support of the Scheme will be monitored by the Central Bank to ensure compliance.

Since the publication of the Group's Report, the Code of Conduct on Mortgage Arrears (CCMA) has been revised by the Central Bank to reflect many of the Group's recommendations, including key recommendations relating to the introduction by all lenders regulated by the Central Bank of a standardised Mortgage Arrears Resolution Process (MARP). The most significant changes in the revised CCMA include

penalty interest charges may not be imposed on borrowers in arrears who co-operate with the MARP,

harassment of borrowers through unsolicited communication is outlawed,

borrowers in financial difficulties, but not in arrears, are allowed to come under the MARP,

when determining the 12 month period the lender must wait before applying to the courts to commence legal action, the lender must exclude any time period during which the borrower is complying with the terms of an alternative repayment arrangement, making an appeal to the internal appeals board or making a complaint to the Financial Services Ombudsman.

The revised CCMA came into effect on 1 January 2011 and can be accessed atwww.centralbank.ie. Lenders are required to comply with the CCMA as a matter of law. With effect from 30 June 2011, lenders must have in place the requisite systems and trained staff necessary to support the implementation of the MARP.

A new Working Group has been established under the Economic Management Council. Its remit is to consider the state of implementation of the main recommendations of the Cooney Report and to develop further necessary actions to alleviate the mortgage over indebtedness problem. The Government will consider what further action is warranted once the Group has concluded its deliberations and reported to the Economic Management Council. I expect that the Group will complete its work in the very near future.

Oil Prices

Catherine Murphy

Question:

131 Deputy Catherine Murphy asked the Minister for Finance if, with reference to the confirmation of the Chief Economist of the International Energy Agency in April 2011 that global crude oil production peaked in 2006 and that oil prices internationally are likely to inflate significantly over the long term and having regard to Ireland’s dependance on imported fossil fuels, he has undertaken any detailed economic risk modelling of the potential impact on the economy here of permanently higher or volatile oil prices; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24763/11]

As the Deputy is aware, Ireland is an oil-importer. Thus, any rise in the price of oil reduces domestic disposable income levels, meaning that less income is available to spend on domestically produced good and services. All other things being equal, this will have a negative impact on GDP growth. In terms of quantifying the potential impact, model simulations suggest that each 10 euro per barrel increase in the price of oil reduces the GDP growth rate by around ¼ — ½ per cent in a full year. A number of caveats apply to this estimate however, as the transmission of higher oil prices to the real economy depends on a number of factors. These include the nature of the oil price shock (whether it is a demand or supply-side shock), the perception of households and firms as to the duration of the price increase and the policy response.

It is also important to note that structural changes in the economy in recent decades mean that Ireland is now much less dependent on oil as an input to the production process than in the past. For example, there has been a sectoral shift from manufacturing to services, with the latter (on average) being less energy-intensive. In addition, there has been an intra-sectoral shift from heavy manufacturing to knowledge-intensive manufacturing. This has reduced the exposure of the manufacturing sector (on average) to oil price developments.

Moreover, I would point out that while the price of oil has been on an upward trend over the past year — primarily reflecting supply-side issues, particularly the geo-political crisis in the Middle East — futures markets are currently pricing in lower oil prices for 2012 and 2013.

Retirement Funds

Michelle Mulherin

Question:

132 Deputy Michelle Mulherin asked the Minister for Finance the amount of money that accrues to his Department for the Exchequer as a result of the raising of the limit of approved retirement funds from €12,700 to €18,000 in budget 2011; the number of persons who had planned to purchase an ARF on retirement will no longer be eligible to do so; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24880/11]

Michelle Mulherin

Question:

133 Deputy Michelle Mulherin asked the Minister for Finance the outcome of the residual pension fund of deceased pensioners, following the raising limit for the purchase of approved retirement funds in Budget 2011, who have qualified for an ARF before the changes and which could have been left to their next of kin; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24881/11]

Michelle Mulherin

Question:

134 Deputy Michelle Mulherin asked the Minister for Finance if, following the raising of the guaranteed income limit for life for the purchase of an approved retirement fund in Budget 2011, there is a mechanism or provision, other than an approved minimum retirement fund, whereby non qualifying pensioners get the many advantages of an ARF that wealthier pensioners will enjoy; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24884/11]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 132 to 134, inclusive, together.

These questions relate to the flexible options on retirement first introduced in Finance Act 1999. Prior to that Act, any person taking a pension under a defined contribution (DC) scheme or a Retirement Annuity Contract was required to purchase an annuity with their remaining pension pot after drawing down the appropriate tax-free lump sum. Finance Act 1999 introduced significant changes which gave a considerable degree of control, flexibility and personal choice to certain categories of individuals in relation to the drawing down of benefits from their pension plans. These choices include the options to purchase an annuity, to receive the balance of the pension fund in cash (subject to tax, as appropriate), to invest in an approved retirement fund (ARF) or an Approved Minimum Retirement Fund (AMRF), subject to certain conditions.

Access to these flexible options was extended to all main benefits from retirement benefit schemes (other than Defined Benefit arrangements) in Finance Act 2011. The changes made in Finance Act 2011 have particular relevance for ordinary members of occupational DC pension schemes in respect of the main benefits from such schemes, as up to the passing of the Act, the only option available to them in respect of those benefits had been the purchase of a retirement annuity after taking the tax-free lump sum. These individuals now have the choices referred to above depending on their particular circumstances. It should be borne in mind, however, that the option to invest in an ARF or AMRF as opposed to purchasing an annuity may not be appropriate for everyone.

Under the regime the options to

invest in an ARF, or

receive the balance of the pension fund in cash (subject to tax, as appropriate) are subject to conditions. The conditions include the requirements that the individual be over 75 years of age or, if younger, that the individual has a guaranteed level of pension income (specified income) actually in payment for life at the time the option to effect the ARF or cash option is exercised. Finance Act 2011 increased the guaranteed level of pension income required from the previous fixed amount of €12,700 introduced in 1999, to a variable amount equal to 1.5 times the maximum annual rate of the State Pension (Contributory) bringing the "specified income" limit to €18,000 per annum at present.

The purpose of the specified income limit is to ensure, before an individual has unfettered access to their remaining retirement funds via an ARF for example, that they have the security of an adequate guaranteed income throughout their retirement. It is not the purpose of the limit, or the increase in the limit, to secure additional revenues for the Exchequer. The change to the specified income limit introduced in Finance Act 2011 was strongly signalled in the National Pensions Framework published in March 2010.

Where the minimum specified income test is not met, and an individual does not wish to purchase an annuity, then an AMRF must be chosen into which a "set aside" amount must be invested from the pension fund equal to 10 times the maximum annual rate of State Pension (Contributory) — €119,800 at present — or the remainder of the pension fund, after taking the tax-free lump sum, if less. Prior to Finance Act 2011, the "set aside" amount was fixed at the first €63,500 of the pension fund or the remainder of the fund after the tax-free lump sum, if less than that amount. The purpose of an AMRF is to ensure a capital or income "safety net" for individuals with pension income below the specified income limit throughout the period of their retirement. The funds in an AMRF can be used by the owner at any time to purchase an annuity. On death of the AMRF owner, the AMRF automatically becomes an ARF and any remaining funds may be passed on in a tax efficient way to a surviving spouse and/or children.

Prior to Finance Act 2011, if the minimum specified income test was not met at the time the option to effect the ARF or cash option was exercised and the individual placed a "set aside" amount in an AMRF, that capital sum was effectively "locked in" and could not be accessed by the individual, other than to purchase an annuity, until he or she reached 75 years of age (at which point the AMRF automatically becomes an ARF) though any income generated by the fund could be drawn down subject to tax. This was the position even if the minimum specified income test was met after retirement. Finance Act 2011 changed this rule so that where the minimum specified income test is met at any time after retirement and before age 75, the AMRF automatically becomes an ARF with full access to the funds.

As a transitional measure, Finance Act 2011 allows the previous lower guaranteed income requirement of €12,700 per annum to continue to apply for a period of 3 years from the date that Act was signed into law (6 February 2011)—

for individuals who had retired before that date and who already had an AMRF, and

for individuals who availed of the deferred annuity purchase option*, had exercised the ARF (or cash) option within one month of the date of passing of Finance Act 2011 and who in exercising that option had transferred the requisite amount to an AMRF within that one month period.

This means that if such individuals satisfy the guaranteed income requirement of €12,700 within that three-year period their AMRF becomes an ARF. After this three-year period expires, the new higher guaranteed income test will have to be satisfied before the AMRF can become an ARF. The amount of guaranteed income required to meet the test will change in line with any future change in the maximum annual rate of State Pension (Contributory).

I have no information on the number of individuals who would have been in a position to avail of the ARF option if the rules relating to the minimum income test, in particular, had not been changed. However, I am advised by the Revenue Commissioners that there have been very few representations made to them in that regard. Where individuals do not meet the new specified income test and choose not to take the AMRF option, they can of course purchase an annuity. Depending on the particular scheme rules, the annuity can be designed to include features that best suit the individual's particular needs, in terms of how long the annuity payments may be guaranteed after death, whether they revert to a dependant after death and whether they remain at the same level or increase during payment.

The Budget and Finance Act 2011 changes seek to ensure that those in pension arrangements to whom the flexible ARF options on retirement have been extended will have choices which best suit their particular circumstances. In making the changes, however, there was also a concern to ensure that the parameters and rules governing the extension are set in a way that avoids an increase in the risk of income poverty in old age.

The deferred annuity purchase option was introduced with effect from 4 December 2008 for members of defined contribution occupational pension schemes and allowed them to defer the purchase of an annuity for an initial period of 2 years, in light of the fact that pension funds had been adversely affected by the falls in equity markets and the more general falls in assets values. The deferral option was operated administratively by the Revenue Commissioners. The period of deferral was subsequently extended to 6 March 2011 i.e. one month beyond the passing into law of the Finance Act 2011.

National Asset Management Agency

Billy Kelleher

Question:

135 Deputy Billy Kelleher asked the Minister for Finance if his attention has been drawn to the delays in the assessment of business plans by the National Asset Management Agency which is resulting in deposits being returned to house purchasers and cases in which house owners are unable to take possession of their homes resulting in financial hardship; if, in view of the current market conditions, he will ensure that the assessment deadlines given by NAMA are met by it to prevent further losses in cases in which house purchases still exist; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24892/11]

With regard to the Deputy's contention that there are delays in the business plan review process, I understand from NAMA that significant progress has been made over recent months and that, as of end-August 2011, NAMA had completed its review of the plans of 113 of the 180 debtors whose loans it is managing directly. These 113 debtors account for some 75% of the total nominal value of debts outstanding to NAMA. In addition to the reviews conducted directly by NAMA, reviews have also been completed of the plans of another 60 debtors whose debts are being managed by the participating institutions under delegated authority from NAMA. NAMA has also observed that, in any event, the ongoing review of debtor business plans does not hold up credit decisions. In fact, some 400 credit decisions, including sales approvals, are currently being processed every month. I understand that, generally speaking, once a credit application comes into NAMA, a decision is made within one week. If the Deputy has details of specific cases of delay, such information should be sent to the CEO of NAMA who will investigate the matter and revert to him directly.

It should also be pointed out that not all offers made by potential purchasers will match what NAMA considers to be an acceptable price for the property concerned.

Tax Collection

Alan Farrell

Question:

136 Deputy Alan Farrell asked the Minister for Finance the amount lost to the Exchequer due to tax evasion on a yearly basis over the past five years; his plans to minimise this amount as a means of increasing tax revenue; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24901/11]

I am advised by the Revenue Commissioners that they do not measure the amount of tax lost to the Exchequer due to tax evasion. There is no one internationally recognised and agreed measure. The results from the many different measures must be treated with a great deal of caution. The international response by other tax authorities to tax evasion is to focus on deterrence while at the same time facilitating compliance. This is precisely the approach adopted by the Revenue Commissioners. The main focus of Revenue continues to be on selecting cases for intervention based on the presence of various risk indicators and other information available. This is the type of targeted intervention that gets best results and that is most likely to change the behaviour of the taxpayer into the future. The targeted approach is greatly enhanced by the computerised Risk Evaluation Analysis and Profiling System (REAP) developed by Revenue. Cases may also be selected on the basis of external/further information provided to Revenue.

Revenue fully recognises the need to tackle tax evasion in all its forms, and consequently has an increased focus on sectors which have the potential to operate using cash.

Last year auditors carried out 11,008 audits resulting in a yield of €434.7 million. A total of 454,796 assurance checks, a less intrusive form of intervention, produced a yield of €58 million.

Tax Clearance Certificates

Brendan Griffin

Question:

137 Deputy Brendan Griffin asked the Minister for Finance if the Revenue Commissioners will explain the reason a person (details supplied) in County Kerry is being forced to make repayment to them; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24923/11]

I am advised by Revenue that an unfortunate mistake was made in this case. Revenue has now taken steps to rectify the matter and to apologise to the taxpayer. In May 2011 the taxpayer informed them that she was in receipt of widow's pension from the Department of Social Protection since 2006. As a result, an adjustment of her tax credits was needed, to remove the married person's tax credit to which she was no longer entitled, and to replace it with credits appropriate to her new status.

Unfortunately, only the first part of this process was carried out, and the result was an apparent underpayment of tax for the years 2007 to 2010. A statement of underpayment was issued in early August. Revenue has now however corrected the situation by adding the credits to which she is entitled, and the result is that no additional tax is due.

Revenue deeply regret the distress caused to the taxpayer by the erroneous assessment of her tax liability, and have written directly to apologise.

International Agreements

Dominic Hannigan

Question:

138 Deputy Dominic Hannigan asked the Minister for Finance if any of the money has been drawn down from the bilateral loan agreements with the UK, Sweden and Denmark; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24929/11]

To date, there have been no draw downs from the bilateral loans available under the EU/IMF Programme of Financial Support for Ireland. Arrangements are well underway for the first drawdown under the Loan Agreement reached with the UK. The first drawdown of £403 million or approximately €463 million, using the exchange rate on 19 September 2011, is expected to be completed shortly.

Loan agreements with Sweden and Denmark are still being finalized. The first draw downs from Sweden and Denmark are expected to take place in the first quarter of 2012.

Appointments to State Boards

Joe McHugh

Question:

139 Deputy Joe McHugh asked the Minister for Finance the names of the State boards whose membership are determined by his Department; the date on which each of these memberships is due for renewal or appointment; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24958/11]

The following are the State Boards whose membership are determined by the Department of Finance; the membership of each Board; the date each member was appointed to the Board and the date each membership of the Board will cease.

Members of National Treasury Management Agency Advisory Committee

First appointed

End of appointment

David Byrne (Chairman)

1 Jan 2008

31 Dec 2012

Tytti Noras

1 Aug 2005

31 July 2015

Donald C Roth

13 Sep 1990

31 Dec 2013

Hugh Cooney

1 Jan 2008

31 Dec 2012

Kevin Cardiff (Secretary General, Department of Finance)

1 Feb 2010

End of term as Secretary General

Brendan McDonagh

1 Sep 2010

31 Aug 2015

There is currently one vacancy on the NTMA Advisory Committee

National Pensions Reserve Fund Commission

First appointed

End of appointment

Mr Maurice Keane

5 Feb 2007

4 Feb 2012

Dr Brian Hillery

1 July 2004

30 June 2014

Dr Frances Ruane

1 July 2009

30 June 2014

Mr Knut N. Kjaer

2 April 2010

1 April 2015

Mr John A. Canning Jr

2 April 2005

1 April 2015

Mr Paul Carty (Chairman)

1 Aug 2005

31 July 2015

Mr John Corrigan

4 Dec 2009

Ex-officio

National Asset Management Agency

First appointed

Duration of Appointment

Frank Daly

22 Dec 2009

5 years

Eilish Finan

22 Dec 2009

4 years

Michael Connolly

22 Dec 2009

5 years

Peter Stewart

22 Dec 2009

3 years

Brian McEnery

22 Dec 2009

4 years

Willie Soffe

22 Dec 2009

4 years

Mr John Corrigan

22 Dec 2009

Ex-officio

Mr Brendan McDonagh

22 Dec 2009

Ex-officio

Stephen Seelig

26 May 2010

3 years

National Development Finance Agency

First appointed

Duration of Appointment

John C. Corrigan — Chairman

4 Dec 2009

Ex-officio

Brian Murphy — Chief Executive Officer

12 January 2009

4 Years

Fred Barry

2 May 2007

5 years

Liam Berney

2 May 2007

5 years

Ann Fitzgerald

1 January 2008

5 years

Stewart Harrington

2 May 2007

5 years

Tony Jones

1 January 2008

5 years

Peter McManamon

1 January 2008

5 years

State Claims Agency Policy Committee

First appointed

End of appointment

Dr. Noel Whelan (Chairman)

17 April 2002

17 April 2012

Ms Deirdre Hanlon

3 May 2007

2 May 2012

Mr. Tony Delaney

22 February 2010

21 February 2015

Brigadier General Christopher Moore (Retired)

22 February 2010

21 February 2015

Ms Niamh Moran

10 March 2010

9 March 2015

Mr. Chris Fitzgerald

20 October 2010

19 October 2015

Central Bank

The Minister for Finance appoints six members of the Central Bank Commission. One of these appointments will expire on 1 October 2013, two on 1 October 2014, one on 8 March 2015 and two on 1 October 2015.

Question No. 140 answered with Question No. 124.

Personal Debt

Mattie McGrath

Question:

141 Deputy Mattie McGrath asked the Minister for Finance his plans to introduce a debt forgiveness scheme for those in mortgage arrears; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24988/11]

As I stated to the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform on 1 September 2011, the issue of mortgage indebtedness is a complex one and it is clear that there is no magic solution to solve all problems. There have been many contributions to the debate, including suggestions for the granting of debt forgiveness. As the Deputy will appreciate, this is simply not a realistic option. Solutions must be found on a case by case basis through open and meaningful engagement between the borrower and the lender. The planned reform of the bankruptcy and debt settlement arrangements by my colleague, the Minister for Justice and Equality and Defence, are also key elements in any consideration of potential policy options.

However, a new Working Group has been established under the Economic Management Council. Its remit is to consider the state of implementation of the main recommendations of the Expert Group on Mortgage Arrears and Personal Debt (which reported in November 2010) and to consider and develop further necessary actions to alleviate the mortgage over indebtedness problem. The Government will consider what further action is warranted once the Group has concluded its deliberations and reported to the Economic Management Council. I expect that the Group will complete its work in the very near future.

Joanna Tuffy

Question:

142 Deputy Joanna Tuffy asked the Minister for Finance his plans to introduce new initiatives, in addition to the existing measures which are in place, to support homeowners who are struggling to meet their mortgage repayments each month; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [24991/11]

The Deputy might wish to note that, in addition to the existing measures which resulted from the report of the Expert Group on Mortgage Arrears and Personal Debt (published in November 2010), a new Working Group has been established under the Economic Management Council. Its remit is to consider the state of implementation of the main recommendations of the Expert Group and to consider and develop further necessary actions to alleviate the mortgage over indebtedness problem. I expect that the Group will complete its work in the very near future.

Currency Printing

Sean Fleming

Question:

143 Deputy Sean Fleming asked the Minister for Finance when the Irish Central Bank last printed Irish punts currency; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [25042/11]

Irish Pound bank notes were last produced in 2001. Euro notes and coins came into circulation on 1 January 2002. Irish Pound bank notes ceased to be legal tender on 9 February 2002.

Vocational Education Committees

Pat Breen

Question:

144 Deputy Pat Breen asked the Minister for Education and Skills the position regarding a course in respect of a person (details supplied) in County Clare; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24925/11]

Officials in my Department have been in contact with Co. Clare VEC in relation to the matter referred to by the Deputy. I understand that the VEC is currently involved in discussions with the individual to enable the successful resolution of this issue in a manner that is satisfactory to both parties.

Special Educational Needs

Olivia Mitchell

Question:

145 Deputy Olivia Mitchell asked the Minister for Education and Skills if a resolution of the special needs assistant issue in respect of a person (details supplied) in County Meath can be found as quickly as possible; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [25181/11]

Finian McGrath

Question:

162 Deputy Finian McGrath asked the Minister for Education and Skills the position regarding a special needs assistant and educational opportunities in respect of a person (details supplied). [24569/11]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 145 and 162 together.

The Deputy will be aware that the National Council for Special Education (NCSE) is responsible, through its network of local Special Educational Needs Organisers (SENOs) for allocating resource teachers and Special Needs Assistants (SNAs) to schools to support children with special educational needs. The NCSE operates within my Department's criteria in allocating such support. This now includes a requirement for the NCSE to have regard to an overall cap on the number of SNA posts.

I understand that officials from the NCSE and from my Department have recently been in contact with the school concerned, in relation to the child referred to by the Deputy, regarding his requirements for care support and Irish Sign Language provision for the current school year. I understand that appropriate arrangements have now been agreed with the school authorities in this regard for this child.

Redundancy Payments

Noel Coonan

Question:

146 Deputy Noel Coonan asked the Minister for Education and Skills the reason he failed to inform a person (details supplied) in County Tipperary of his or her rights to apply for partial redundancy knowing the person was entitled to same; the reason the person’s application for partial redundancy was subsequently refused; the reason the person has no right of appeal; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24400/11]

An application for compensation for loss of hours (partial redundancy) was received on 28th June 2011 by my Department from the person referred to by the Deputy.

My Department's circular on redundancy arrangements for Special Needs Assistants was posted to all schools in 2006 and also published on my Department's website. As the SNA's employer, the Board of Management is responsible for following correct procedure in recruitment and any other matters regarding that person's contract.

Under the terms of the circular, this person is not entitled to a partial redundancy payment as the time limit for submitting an application (52 weeks after the date on which the hours were lost) had expired. My Department wrote directly to the person referred to by the Deputy on 28th June 2011 (and again on 12th July following further correspondence) informing the person of the position.

State Examinations

Noel Coonan

Question:

147 Deputy Noel Coonan asked the Minister for Education and Skills the position regarding a leaving certificate recheck application in respect of a person (details supplied) in County Tipperary; if he will provide a timeframe for a decision; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24401/11]

The State Examinations Commission has statutory responsibility for operational matters relating to the certificate examinations including organising the holding of examinations, supervising the examinations, making arrangements for the marking of work presented for examination and determining procedure to enable the review and appeal of results of examinations at the request of candidates.

In view of this I have forwarded your query to the State Examinations Commission for direct reply to you.

Departmental Expenditure

Pearse Doherty

Question:

148 Deputy Pearse Doherty asked the Minister for Education and Skills the cost of centrally buying books for use by all primary and secondary schools and distributing them. [24405/11]

The information sought by the Deputy is not readily available to my Department, however one estimate from publishers' sources suggests that the Irish school book market is worth approximately €60 million per annum. At present, my Department contributes approximately €15 million of the total spend in this market through the provision of the school book grant to schools. Given the scale of the overall challenge facing the public finances, it is regrettable that increased spending in this area cannot be considered at this point.

Nevertheless, I share the concern expressed by many parents and organisations in relation to the high cost of school textbooks and the frequent rate of revisions made by book publishers.

I have adopted a number of approaches to this issue. As the Deputy will be aware, I recently met with educational book publishers, representatives of parents' organisations and the Society of St. Vincent de Paul regarding the cost of school textbooks. Subsequently, the publishers devised a voluntary Code of Practice and, while I welcome the Code as a significant step in the right direction, I believe that more should be done to reduce the price of textbooks.

Accordingly, I have proposed to the representatives of the textbook publishers: that the cover price of the most popular textbooks should be reduced; that a significant discount should be given to schools which purchase textbooks in bulk, in line with the discounts given to retailers of textbooks; that the practice of combining a conventional textbook and workbook in a single volume should be ended to allow students to re-use a textbook; and that support materials should be provided to teachers online, to minimise ancillary printing costs.

I am also keen to examine if there are ways to encourage schools, via the book grant scheme, to establish or maintain book rental schemes as I believe this to be one of the most effective ways of lowering the burden of the cost of school books. I have invited the National Parents Councils at primary and post-primary levels to provide me with examples of good practice of book rental schemes. Drawing on these and other examples, I intend to publish advice to schools on how best to establish and maintain textbook rental schemes in schools well in advance of the beginning of the next school year.

School Staffing

Pádraig Mac Lochlainn

Question:

149 Deputy Pádraig Mac Lochlainn asked the Minister for Education and Skills if he will consider looking at equity for job opportunities that may arise in post-primary schools for those who have been in substitution positions for a number of years by introducing a similar panel system as is in place for primary schools. [24407/11]

I have no plans to introduce a panel system at post-primary level nor do I think it would be appropriate to do so.

There are fundamental differences in the operation of the staffing arrangements between primary and post-primary levels. The range of individual subjects is a significant additional complicating factor at post- primary level.

Teaching Qualifications

Pádraig Mac Lochlainn

Question:

150 Deputy Pádraig Mac Lochlainn asked the Minister for Education and Skills if he will consider reviewing the higher diploma in education enforcement in all post primary schools including vocational education committees in view of the fact that there are concerns that across the board contracts of indefinite duration have been granted to teachers without higher diplomas. [24408/11]

It is the policy of my Department that only a teacher registered with the Teaching Council, and who has qualifications appropriate to the sector and suitable to the post for which he or she is proposed, should be employed in a school.

The Teaching Council considers applications to be registered as Post Primary school teachers under Regulation 4 of the Teaching Council Registration Regulations, which were approved in November 2009. For the purpose of registration under regulation 4 up to 1 April 2013, the Council requires that an applicant have a primary degree or equivalent which is considered suitable and a suitable qualification in post primary teacher education. Teachers employed in the vocational education sector are not required, at this time, to have a H.Dip qualification in order to be considered qualified. The provision related to a post-primary teacher qualification does not generally apply to a person applying to register as a teacher in a VEC school until after 1 April 2013. Regulation 4 also provides for the acceptance of qualifications, which in the opinion of the Council are of an equivalent standard to the above and sufficient for registration.

School Staffing

Pádraig Mac Lochlainn

Question:

151 Deputy Pádraig Mac Lochlainn asked the Minister for Education and Skills the way he will ensure that his request to schools to employ younger teachers is being implemented in view of the fact that concerns continue that retired teachers are still being employed in some schools and that younger qualified teachers are losing out. [24409/11]

Any decision to employ a retired teacher is a local decision made by the school authorities and not my Department. Circular 0031/2011 is aimed at ensuring that boards of management and principals only resort to employing a retired teacher in very limited circumstances. It requires a school principal to keep a record as to why a retired teacher had to be employed to cover a short-term absence. The principal must also report to the school's board of management on the instances where this arises.

Abatement of pension is applied to retired teachers where the amount of pay together with the pension being received is greater than the pay on which the pension is based. The effect of this is to reduce or sometimes stop pension where a retiree returns to teaching. In addition, from 1 January 2011, teachers who are in receipt of an occupational pension and who return to teach are remunerated at the first point of the reduced salary scales instead of their pre-retirement personal rate of pay. These provide significant disincentives to teachers on pension from returning to teach after their retirement.

Schools Building Projects

Joe McHugh

Question:

152 Deputy Joe McHugh asked the Minister for Education and Skills if he will give consideration to an application by a school (details supplied) in County Donegal; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24416/11]

The school referred to by the Deputy has recently submitted an application for additional funding in relation to a building project ongoing at the school.

The application is currently being examined by officials in the Planning and Building Unit of my Department who will be liaising with the school authorities with a view to obtaining more detailed information in this regard. On receipt of this information, a decision will be made and the school authorities notified accordingly.

Patrick O'Donovan

Question:

153 Deputy Patrick O’Donovan asked the Minister for Education and Skills if emergency and additional funds can be sought by schools that encounter unforeseen difficulties in their building projects. [24463/11]

School authorities are responsible for managing the delivery of their devolved building projects and ensuring that the project is delivered within the approved budget. To assist schools in this process, my Department provides Technical Guidance documents which are available on my Department's website atwww.education.ie.

There can be occasions where a school's building project, while remaining within the scope of works approved by my Department, encounters unforeseen difficulties. In cases where these difficulties cannot be addressed from the approved budget request for additional funding will be considered on its own merits.

Where the scope of the projects has been increased above what has been approved by my Department all additional costs associated with this increase must be funded by the school authority.

Job Protection

Paudie Coffey

Question:

154 Deputy Paudie Coffey asked the Minister for Education and Skills his plans to apply to the European Globalisation Fund and European Social Fund for assistance in respect of TalkTalk workers; the levels of support that he will give to assist redundant workers in TalkTalk Waterford; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24492/11]

European Globalisation Fund: My Department is currently investigating whether all the relevant criteria have been met in conformity with EGF Regulations 1927/2006 and 546/2009 to enable the Irish authorities to make a sustainable application to the European Commission for EGF co-financing of active labour market measures in support of workers being made redundant at the TalkTalk company in Co. Waterford.

In particular, an understanding and explanation of the precise reasons for the proposed redundancies and the total number of persons being made redundant, including any transfers to related employment elsewhere in the EU, are required in the context of the rules governing the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund. All relevant avenues of information are being pursued by officials in my Department in this regard.

European Social Fund:

I understand that whilst FÁS may provide tailored training programmes (which may be part-funded by the European Social Fund) in respect of particular groups of redundant workers, the European Social Fund itself is not designed to make specific interventions such as may be envisaged in the case of the TalkTalk workforce.

Assistance to be supplied by FÁS:

FÁS has made the following services available to TalkTalk employees:—

Top level agreement with the company on responsibilities and actions. (Meeting with the Company took place on Friday, 9th September.)

Presentations to all redundant workers on FÁS services, interventions and supports.

Preparation of a ‘Skills Analysis Report' by FÁS based on identified workers' needs and local opportunities.

Referral by FÁS of redundant workers to jobs, training courses or other options.

Establishment by FÁS of special or customised courses where necessary.

On-going support and action to keep redundant workers ‘in touch with the labour market'.

Following the internal company consultation process, which will commence immediately, FÁS Employment Services staff will meet with TalkTalk management and staff representatives, and formulate a plan of action to deliver FÁS services and supports to all staff being made redundant in Autumn 2011. Such services and supports will include:—

On-site presentations to all staff on FÁS services and supports.

Advice on setting up a resource centre, in-house, (to facilitate staff in the career guidance needs and job search activities).

Provision of a range of pre-redundancy and where necessary post-redundancy training courses to assist all staff in achieving relevant skills updating, which in turn will enable them to competitively compete in the labour market.

Assistance to be supplied by Skillnets:

Skillnets Ltd, through 2 of its networks has, since 9th September being engaging with TalkTalk in Waterford. The 2 networks are Waterford Chamber Skillnet, who are a mixed sector regional network based in the Waterford area and the Contact Centre Management Association Skillnet, which covers the Contact and Call Centre sector in Ireland.

The initial objective of this engagement is for these networks to identify the training needs of the workforce in order to devise a plan of action that can assist them in their search for new employment. This might involve upskilling their current contact centre skills and/or providing training opportunities to enable them to apply for jobs in other sectors.

This action plan will form the basis of an application for funding to Skillnets Ltd. It is expected that a decision on this funding will be made by the end of September.

Contact Centre Management Association Skillnet, along with its member companies held a Jobfair on Wednesday 14th September to advertise c. 150 job vacancies to TalkTalk staff. Skillnets Ltd is liaising with FÁS to ensure a joint approach to the significant challenges facing the TalkTalk workforce. Joint briefing sessions have been organised for TalkTalk staff on October 20th-22nd.

Third Level Fees

Bernard J. Durkan

Question:

155 Deputy Bernard J. Durkan asked the Minister for Education and Skills the procedure to be followed in respect of college fees in the case of a person (details supplied) in County Kildare; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24499/11]

The position is that under my Department's Free Fees Scheme, students who have previously pursued but have not completed a course of third level study and subsequently resume third level studies are not eligible for free fees for the equivalent period of time spent on the first course of study where the third level course concerned attracted exchequer funding. In such cases exchequer funding includes fees, maintenance, tax relief, subsidy towards course cost etc.

As the student referred to by the Deputy was entitled to avail of tax relief on the fees paid in respect of their first course of study, they are not eligible under the Scheme for a second period of study for the equivalent period of time spent on that first course of study.

Where undergraduate students do not meet the eligibility criteria of the Free Fees initiative such students must pay the appropriate tuition fee as determined by the relevant third level institution.

Section 473A, Taxes Consolidation Act, 1997, as amended by Section 11 of the Finance Act 2011, provides for tax relief, at the standard rate of tax, for tuition fees paid in respect of approved courses at approved colleges of higher education including certain approved undergraduate and postgraduate courses in E.U. Member States and in non EU countries. Details are available on the Revenue Commissioners' website atwww.revenue.ie.

Pupil-Teacher Ratio

Finian McGrath

Question:

156 Deputy Finian McGrath asked the Minister for Education and Skills if he foresees an increase in the student-teacher ratio here; the measures he will put in place to reduce class sizes; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24534/11]

At this point I do not propose to give any specific commitment on the allocation of teachers to schools for the 2012/13 school year.

The number of teaching posts that we can afford to fund in schools is a matter that I will have to consider with my colleagues in Cabinet in the context of the next budget and meeting our obligations under the EU/IMF Programme.

The Government will endeavour to protect frontline education services as best as possible. However, this must be done within the context of bringing our overall public expenditure into line with what we can afford as a country. All areas of Government will have to manage on a reduced level of resources. The challenge will be to ensure that the resources that can be provided are used to maximum effect to achieve the best possible outcome for pupils.

Finian McGrath

Question:

157 Deputy Finian McGrath asked the Minister for Education and Skills the number of classrooms in primary schools here that have more than 30 children and the number of classrooms in secondary schools that have more than 30 children. [24535/11]

Detailed class size data at primary level is available in the Statistics area of my Department's website at the following link:http://www.education.ie/home/home.jsp?pcategory=17216&ecategory=47122&language=EN.

Class size data at second level are not available.

Schools Building Projects

Finian McGrath

Question:

158 Deputy Finian McGrath asked the Minister for Education and Skills if he will provide details of all renovation works carried out on primary and secondary schools here in 2010 and to date in 2011; and the amount each renovation works costs. [24536/11]

The total amount expended in the primary sector on renovation (large scale refurbishments, emergency works, summer works schemes) amounted to €120.7m in 2010 and to date in 2011 amounts to €39.2m (inclusive of jobs initiative).

In the post-primary sector the total amount expended on renovation (large scale refurbishments, emergency works, summer works schemes and the jobs initiative) amounted to €92.7m in 2010 and to date in 2011 amounts to €32.3m.

Details are provided in the attachments (nine) of the schools that:

(a) incurred expenditure on large scale refurbishment projects in 2010 and to date in 2011;

(b) incurred expenditure on emergency works approved in 2010 and approved to date in 2011;

(c) incurred expenditure on the summer works scheme approved in 2010 and the summer works scheme and jobs initiative scheme approved in 2011.

The attachments do not include details of the schools that incurred expenditure in 2010 or to date in 2011 in respect of emergency works or the summer works schemes approved prior to 2010. However, the actual expenditure incurred in 2010 or to date in 2011 on pre-2010 approved schemes is included in the total amounts given above.

I draw the Deputy's attention to the Grant Scheme for Minor Works to National School Properties that issued in November 2010 to all primary schools with full recognition. This grant is spent primarily on the physical infrastructure of schools and cost €28.2m.

The information has been forwarded separately to the Deputy.

Post-Primary Emergency 2010 Scheme

CARLOW

ST LEOS COLLEGE

Window Replacement

410,473.00

COLAISTE EOIN HACKETSTOWN

Dry Rot

27,907.49

COLAISTE MHUIRE CARLOW, KNOCKBEG

362,428.00

TOTAL CARLOW

800,808.49

CAVAN

LORETO COLLEGE, CAVAN

Boiler Replacement

119,410.70

ROYAL SCHOOL CAVAN

Replace ceilings

21,180.00

ST BRICKINS BELTURBET

Provide Off Street Bus Parking Area Security System Professional Fees & Expenses

82,847.33

CAVAN VOCATIONAL SCHOOL, COOTEHILL RD, CAVAN

Ejector Station & Public Lighting, Refurb Sotres Building & Replace Oil Tank, Replace Water Storage Tanks & Refurb of Central Heating System

84,160.04

ST AIDANS COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL, COOTEHILL

Refurbish Toilets & Sports Changing Rooms Tarmac Car Park & Student Walkways

585,405.20

BAWNBOY C C, BELTURBET

Replace windows

91,685.26

TOTAL CAVAN

984,688.53

CLARE

CBS ENNISTYMON

Replacement of ceiling & roof

31,451.66

COLAISTE MHUIRE, ENNIS

Provision of safe access/egress to & from the school building & provision of washing/toilet facility for student with physical disability

23,315.01

MARY IMMACULATE S S LISDOONVARNA

Work to Address Subsidence of part of School Site Replace oil burner & boiler Car parking

86,810.92

ST JOSEPHS, TULLA

Alterations to Entrance of New Fence Fire detection system for prefabs to be connected to main building

33,349.89

ENNISTYMON VS

Refurb Home Economics Room, Woodwork Store, Science Lab & Replace Hand Raid & Fill Pot Holes

156,158.61

ST PATRICKS SHANNON

replace 2 existing oil boilers & associated works

95,914.04

TOTAL CLARE

427,000.13

CORK

SCOIL MHUIRE GAN SMAL

replace boiler & piping

16,279.29

COLAISTE CHROI NAOFA

removal of asbestos

38,061.80

ST ALOYSIUS COLLEGE

Replace Fire Alarm & Emergency Lighting

94,374.60

NAGLE RICE

Fire Safety Works

177,892.98

ST COLMANS COLLEGE

Repair Portion of Roof Roof Repairs Leaks in the gas supply line Roof repairs

26,177.33

PATRICIAN ACADEMY

Upgrade of Science labs

19,000.00

PRESENTATION SECONDARY SCHOOL CORK, MITCHELSTOWN

Upgrade ESB

26,815.00

MOUNT ST MICHAEL, ROSSCARBERY

Disabled Access Toilet

14,780.96

ST FACHTNAS DE LA SALLE, SKIBBEREEN

Disabled toilet

18,466.95

NORTH MONASTERY CBS

Replacement External Steps

42,115.76

NORTH PRESENTATION, FARRANREE

Replace Mortar in blocks

21,980.00

ST ALOYSIUS

Replace Gym Ceiling

12,257.50

ST ANGELAS COLLEGE

9,000.00

CHRIST THE KING, SOUTH DOUGLAS ROAD

Fire Safety Works

497,833.82

ST BROGANS COLLEGE, BANDON

Roof Works

106,795.00

SCOIL MHUIRE BALLINGEARY

upgrade electrical services

48,837.89

COLAISTE TREASA, KANTURK

replace 2 boilers

54,199.20

ST AIDENS BALLYVOLANE, BALLINCOLLY

Repairs to roof of PE Hall

75,663.54

ST JOHNS CENTRAL COLLEGE, SAWMILL STREET

Repairs to Spalling Plasterwork

61,867.66

ASHTON SCHOOL, BLACKROCK

Upgrade Electrical Installation

54,189.17

BOHERBUE COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL

repairs to flat roof

16,279.29

MILLSTREET COMMUNITY SCHOOL

Wall Repairs

16,931.26

DOUGLAS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

replace water storage tank

19,523.28

BISHOPSTOWN C S

Replace Footpath at Main Entrance replace single glazed windows

31,280.13

MAYFIELD COMMUNITY SCHOOL

replace roof & gutters to sports hall

143,619.68

YOUGHAL C S

Disabled Access

0.00

TOTAL CORK

1,644,222.09

DONEGAL

GORTAHORK ADULT TRAINING

Disabled Toilet

31,875.00

MILFORD ADULT EDUCATION CENTRE AND TRAINING CENTRE

Structural Repair Works Electrical Works

184,666.76

ST COLUMBAS COLLEGE, LIFFORD

Upgrade Electrical Access for all improvements

365,000.00

CRANA COLLEGE

upgrade Home Economics Room

104,703.00

CARRICK VOCATIONAL SCHOOL, CARRICK

Roof Works

491,552.00

ST CATHERINES VOCATIONAL SCHOOL, KILLYBEGS

disabled access

99,638.87

ROYAL & PRIOR SCHOOL, RAPHOE

Roof Works Replacement of Boiler

224,132.76

POBALSCOIL CHLOICH CHEANNFHAOLA

Replace Floor Covering

31,736.44

GWEEDORE COMMUNITY SCHOOL

Replacement of Space Heating & Domestic Water Replace water pipework Replacment of floor covering

597,538.43

BALLYSHANNON COMMUNITY SCHOOL

Replace Boiler & Pump

7,274.22

DONEGAL VEC, LETTERKENNY

89,500.00

TOTAL DONEGAL

2,227,617.48

DUBLIN

ST MARYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BALDOYLE

Ceiling Replacement Repair leaks to gutters Replace oil storage tank

34,562.52

CLONKEEN COLLEGE, BLACKROCK

Disabled Access

101,407.00

LORETO ABBEY, DALKEY

Repair spalling concrete Replace cold water storage tanks

85,282.14

HOLY CHILD KILLINEY, MILITARY ROAD KILLINEY

structural repairs to library bay window

23,805.28

ST BENILDUS COLLEGE, UPPER KILMACUD RD, BLACKROCK

Repairs to Gable Wall Suffering From Water Ingress

3,112.50

ST LAURENCES COLLEGE, LOUGHLINSTOWN, DUBLIN 18

Replacement of oil burner

51,911.00

COLAISTE PHADRAIG CBS, ROSELAWN

Water Supply to Science Rooms

1,650.00

THE KINGS HOSPITAL, PALMERSTOWN

Security cameras

9,670.00

ST FINTANS HIGH SCHOOL, SUTTON

Lift & Ramps

17,000.00

MANOR HOUSE RAHENY, WATERMILL ROAD, RAHENY

Upgrade Heating System

127,210.25

ST DOMINICS HIGH SCHOOL, GREENFIELD, DUBLIN 13

conversion of gas & removal of oil tanks

104,694.34

ST PAULS CBS, NORTH BURNSWICK STREET

Repairs to heating system

9,716.60

O’CONNELL CBS, NORTH RICHMOND STREET

Refurb Toilets Roof Works

303,766.45

CBS SYNGE STREET

Provison of Specialist Teaching Rooms

198,246.00

MEANSCOIL IOGNAID RIS, WALKINSTOWN

Re-surfacing of Tarmac Footpaths

39,079.25

ST JOHNS COLLEGE DE LA SALLE BALLYFERMOT

Refurb 3 Science Rooms

470,898.69

CHANEL COLLEGE COOLOCK

Repairs to Leaking Heating Mains & Incoming Fire Main

14,434.31

ST KEVINS COLLEGE, EAST FINGLAS

Replace of Gas line in science Labs

10,673.79

ST DOMINIC’S COLLEGE CABRA

Drainage

28,500.00

ST MARY’S, KILLESTER

Upgrade Electrical & Installation of Emergency Evacuation System Replace water storage tank

389,504.26

PRESENTATION CONVENT WARRENMOUNT

Drainage & Resurfacing of Ball Courts

64,113.29

MARYFIELD COLLEGE, DRUMCONDRA

Roof Repairs

53,721.67

ROSARY COLLEGE, CRUMLIN

Repair of Gym Floor

3,405.00

OUR LADY OF MERCY DRIMNAGH

Sports Hall Floor

36,889.74

WESLEY COLLEGE, BALLINTEER

replace leaking water services pipes in science block

49,272.00

STRATFORD COLLEGE, RATHGAR

Roof Works

27,233.95

BALBRIGGAN C C

Replacement of Gas Boiler, Replacement of LPG Bottle Gas System for Science Rooms

321,551.27

GRANGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, DONAGHAMEDE

Electrical upgrade

778,670.99

DEANSRATH COMMUNITY COLLEGE, CLONDALKIN

Replace Floor Covering Removal of Trees

101,936.86

ST KEVINS COMMUNITY COLLEGE, CLONDALKIN

Disabled Toilet

26,310.00

DUN LAOGHAIRE COLLEGE OF FURTHER EDUCATION

Roof Works

17,245.00

DUNDRUM COLLEGE OF FURTHER EDUCATION

Upgrade Electrical, Refurb Toilets

389,846.60

LUCAN V S

Disabled Toilet / Access

16,555.96

FINGAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Ramp / Disabled Access Ramp/Disabled Access to Computer Room

20,000.00

FIRHOUSE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

305,504.98

ST KEVINS COMMUNITY COLLEGE, CRUMLIN

7,126.88

COLAISTE EOIN, FINGLAS

Roof Works

160,145.45

SKERRIES COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Roof Works

0.00

PRESENTATION COLLEGE TERENURE

Asbestos Removal & Replacement Flooring

192,034.63

COLAISTE DHULAIGH

Roof Works

542,640.16

NEWPARK COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL, BLACKROCK

Disabled Access

14,522.41

MOUNT TEMPLE COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL

Reinstatement of grass pitches & Basketball area Cleanup reinstatment works — diesel spillage

357,614.34

TRINITY COMPREHENSIVE

Roof Works Replacement CCTV

529,363.69

SCOIL PHOBAIL CHUIL MHIN

Heating Works

111,685.32

BLAKESTOWN COMMUNITY SCHOOL, BLANCHARDSTOWN

Repair Water Main

16,949.99

HOLY CHILD C S SALLYNOGGIN

replace fire alarm

11,214.43

ST MARKS SPRINGFIELD, TALLAGHT

Rewiring Replace Boiler

480,680.17

OLD BAWN COMMUNITY SCHOOL, TALLAGHT

Replacement of oil Storage Tank Electrical upgrade

76,405.18

KILLINARDEN COMMUNITY SCHOOL, TALLAGHT

Replacement of oil Storage Tank Electrical upgrade

322,564.68

ST AIDENS BROOKFIELD, TALLAGHT

Roof Works Upgrade Heating System Refurb of water system hot & cold sanitary areas, sinks, toilets Replacement of Floor covering

1,544,788.14

POBAILSCOIL NEASAIN, BALDOYLE

Disabled Access

49,976.20

ROSMINI COMMUNITY SCHOOL, DROMCONDRA

Renovation of Reception Area, Office & Visitors Room & Construction of New Reception Area

46,421.82

CITY OF DUBLIN YOUTH SERVICES

Renovation of Reception Area, Office & Visitors Room & Construction of New Reception Area

122,314.00

CITY OF DUBLIN VEC PREMISES HERBERT STREET DUBLIN

Renovation of Reception Area, Office & Visitors Room & Construction of New Reception Area

123,868.40

PARNELL ADULT LEARNING CENTRE

Renovation of Reception Area, Office & Visitors Room & Construction of New Reception Area

230,838.00

TOTAL DUBLIN

9,178,535.58

GALWAY

PRESENTATION GALWAY

Replacement of Concrete Parapets & 6 Areas of Glazed Windows

130,206.00

PRESENTATION COLLEGE, ATHENRY

Refurb of 2 clrooms for add enrolments

347,787.21

ST JOSEPHS GARBALLY

Upgrade heating system in Technology Room Roof & Ceiling Works Boiler Replacement Replace Two Boilers

312,754.13

COLAISTE EINDE, THREADNEEDLE ROAD

Disabled Access

218,076.63

MEAN SCOIL MHUIRE, NEWTOWNSMITH

Repair of External Concrete Structure & Replacement of Render

221,464.23

HOLY ROSARY COLLEGE, MOUNTBELLEW

Replace Penthouse Water Tank & Structure

25,565.00

GAIRMSCOIL FHEICHIN NAOFA

71,250.00

COLAISTE NA COIRIBE

Replace Damaged Section of Railings & Supporting Wall

75,644.84

COLAISTE AN EACHREIDH

provision of drop off/pick up & car parking

177,424.21

SCOIL CHUIMSITHEACH CHIARAIN, AN CHEATHRU RUA

Replacement of asbestos flooring

107,719.95

SCOIL POBAIL MHIC DARA

Boundary Fence

24,336.67

GORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

Replace Light Fixtures

83,721.56

TOTAL GALWAY

1,795,950.43

KERRY

MEAN SCOIL NAOMH JOSEPH, CASTLEISLAND

Upgrade Electrical Installation

164,450.00

ST BRENDANS COLLEGE, CILL AIRNE

Roof Works

465,829.00

PRESENTATION S.S. MILLTOWN, KILLARNEY

Disabled access

50,519.59

TRALEE CC

Heating Upgrade Install Gas proving system

320,042.50

GAELCHOLAISTE CHIARRAI, TRALEE

Replacement of Roof of the Sports Hall & Squash Courts

0.00

CASTLEISLAND V S

Disabled access

45,848.31

CAHIRCIVEEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

roof repairs, replace existing external doors, replace damaged window lever handles & locking mechanisms, replace deteriorated incoming gas pipework & defective floor surface in existing toilet.

70,727.00

TARBERT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

Replace Electrical Distribution boards

77,777.56

DINGLE CS

Fencing & provision of boundary wall

7,838.36

TOTAL KERRY

1,203,032.32

KILDARE

COLAISTE NAOMH MHUIRE, NAAS

Roof Works

269,327.00

CURRAGH POST PRIMARY

Ground clearance works & fencing

0.00

COLAISTE LORCAIN CASTLEDERMOT

17,433.60

SCOIL DARA KILCOCK

Repair of External Rendering

39,518.00

ST CONLETHS VOCATIONAL SCHOOL, NEWBRIDGE

63,659.32

TOTAL KILDARE

389,937.92

KILKENNY

COLAISTE EAMANN RIS, CALLAN

Fire Safety Works

42,888.28

ST BRIGID’S COLLEGE CALLAN

Demolition of Old Building

75,863.00

ST KIERANS COLLEGE KILKENNY

Replace Distribution Boards Eradication of dry rot

50,958.66

KILKENNY COLLEGE

Replace Boiler

32,341.53

ORMONDE COLLEGE

Remedial Work Heating System

16,000.00

GRENNAN COLLEGE THOMASTOWN

Draught Proofing & Insulation

25,300.00

CBS KILKENNY

Upgrade Fire Safety

75,665.10

TOTAL KILKENNY

319,016.57

LAOIS

LAOIS EDUCATION CENTRE

Leaking Roof

11,590.62

TOTAL LAOIS

11,590.62

LEITRIM

CARRIGALLEN V S

Electrical Upgrade

67,166.53

DRUMSHAMBO V.S.

School Lift Lift Transfer science furniture & equipment

102,970.73

SCOIL CHUIMSITHEACH NAOMH CLAR

New Floor in Gym Platform Lift

102,295.53

DRUMKEERIN VS

Replace boiler Replace Oil Tank

17,366.78

TOTAL LEITRIM

289,799.57

LIMERICK

CBS SEXTON STREET

Roof Works Repair Water Main

197,439.28

ST MUNCHIN’S COLLEGE, CORBALLY

Replacement of Main Electrical Switch Board Science Lab

19,184.83

ARD SCOIL MHUIRE CORBALLY

Repair water leak

35,964.76

JOHN THE BAPTIST COMMUNITY SCHOOL

Upgrade Heating System

95,471.77

LIMERICK SENIOR COLLEGE, MULGRADE STREET

Replacement of Water Main System

65,561.91

COLAISTE POBAIL MHICHIL

Repairs to Footpaths

2,332.05

DRUMCOLLOGHER COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Repair to Gym Roof

45,568.34

SCOIL POL KILFINANE

Replacement of Oil Pipework

24,439.97

CRESCENT COLLEGE COMPREHENSIVE, DOORADOYLE

Toilet upgrade

30,108.21

TOTAL LIMERICK

516,071.12

LONGFORD

MEAN SCOIL MHUIRE

Special Needs Access

162,671.44

CONVENT OF MERCY BALLYMAHON

Disabled Access & Upgrade Emergency Fire Exits

14,651.37

LONGFORD ADULT EDUCATION CENTRE

Upgrade M&E under VEC

308,400.00

CNOC MHUIRE, GRANARD

Disabled access

216,318.25

MOYNE C S

Replacement of Damaged Footpath

16,116.20

TOTAL LONGFORD

718,157.26

LOUTH

ST JOSEPHS, DROGHEDA

Security Fencing Replace Boiler House

123,582.60

ST MARYS DIOCESAN SCHOOL, DROGHEDA

6,215.96

COLAISTE RIS, DUN DEALGAN

Works to Valley Gutter & Skylight

25,505.60

DUNDALK GRAMMAR SCHOOL

Replace Boiler

30,363.50

BUSH POST PRIMARY CC, DUNDALK

Replacement of Heating System Disabled Access

338,473.04

DROGHEDA COLLEGE OF FURTHER EDUCATION

Upgrade Internal Aspects of Building to meet Safety Standards

163,010.00

ST OLIVERS COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Refurb Toilet Facilities & Shower Changing Rooms in Gym

175,969.01

OFIAICH COLLEGE, DUNDALK

replacement of heating system in single storey building

103,471.20

SCOIL UI MHUIRE, DUNLEER

Disabled Access

43,697.94

TOTAL LOUTH

1,010,288.85

MAYO

COLAISTE MHUIRE, TUAR MHIC EADAIGH

5,154.98

SACRED HEART, WESTPORT

Disabled Access

130,000.00

ST MURDEACHS COLLEGE, BALLINA

Works to Chimney, Upgrade rear entrance/porch, replace windows in gym, removal of weathered plaster on front of main building

45,011.96

DAVITT COLLEGE CASTLEBAR

Disabled Toilet

29,302.73

ST MARYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BALLINA

Roof works

39,025.00

OUR LADYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BELMULLET

Roof Works

159,281.44

JESUS & MARY S.S. CROSSMOLINA

Roof Works on PE Hall & 1920’s Extension

180,647.97

SCOIL MUIRE & PADRAIG, SWINFORD

Window Replacement

79,982.90

MOYNE V S, BALLINA

Roof Works

576,454.68

ROSSPORT V.S.

Replace Heating System

177,141.59

BALLYHAUNIS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

Replace Boiler Replace Ceilings, Carpets, PA System & Office Equipment

93,817.29

MAYO EDUCATION CENTRE

Ramp & Lift

36,758.68

TOTAL MAYO

1,552,579.22

MEATH

ST OLIVERS POST PRIMARY, KELLS

Installation of New Gas Pipework

37,786.32

SCOIL MHUIRE COM TRIM

Replace 2 water tanks Roof Works/repairs to spalling concrete/windows

76,486.00

DUNSHAUGHLIN V S

Replace windows

76,766.45

O CAROLANS COLLEGE NOBBER

Removal of asbestos

5,163.95

TOTAL MEATH

196,202.72

MONAGHAN

ST LOUIS S.S. MONAGHAN

Replace 2 boilers

21,961.50

OUR LADYS SEC SCHOOL, CASTLEBLANEY

Roof Repairs Roof Works (Boiler House & Caretakers Room)

49,294.75

TOTAL MONAGHAN

71,256.25

OFFALY

SACRED HEART SECONDARY SCHOOL, TULLAMORE

Roof Works Replace Heating System

73,565.10

KILCORMAC VOCATIONAL SCHOOL

Remove & Replace oil burner

33,670.25

TULLAMORE COLLEGE

Replace Calorifier in Gym Buildings

5,488.21

TOTAL OFFALY

112,723.56

ROSCOMMON

CBS ROSCOMMON

Works to Water Mains & Sewerage Removal of Chemicals Dry Lining Classrooms Roof

222,250.83

SCOIL MHUIRE GAN SMAL ROSCOMMON

Upgrade Electrical Installation in PE Hall

105,973.49

TOTAL ROSCOMMON

328,224.32

SLIGO

TUBBERCURRY VS — NORTH CONNAUGHT COLLEGE

Disabled Access

20,324.70

URSULINE COLLEGE

Treatment of Rampant Dry Rot

78,645.00

COOLA V.S., SOOEY, VIA BOYLE

Roof repairs & window replacement

41,294.47

ST MARYS COLLEGE, BALLYSADARE

Removal & reinstatement of 2 external Emergency Steel staircases

7,727.50

SLIGO EDUCATION CENTRE

Disabled access, reorganisation of reception area & drain to be installed at fire exit

4,235.00

TOTAL SLIGO

152,226.67

TIPPERARY

CBS NENAGH

Installation of new 4” water main, shut off valves & fire hydrant

34,000.00

OUR LADYS SECONDARY SCHOOL

Refurb boys toilet

31,745.00

CBS SECONDARY SCHOOL

Roof repairs

37,131.00

THE ABBEY SCHOOL

Installation of Fire Alarm & Emergency Lighting

76,843.30

BORRISOKANE V S

Disabled Toilets

46,941.00

COMERAGH COLLEGE

Install lift & disabled toilet

93,500.00

C T I CLONMEL

Science Room Refurbishment

130,950.63

SCOIL RUAIN

Replacement of water tank, repair of leaking pipes Replace existing gas boiler & install gas shut off system

27,995.51

NEWPORT V S

Roof Works Boundary Fence

134,940.20

TOTAL TIPPERARY

614,046.64

WATERFORD

ST AUGUSTINES COLLEGE

Remedial Work on Outer Walls

77,235.90

C B S TRAMORE

Repairs to Roof of Prefabs

4,117.28

OUR LADY OF MERCY SEC SCHOOL WATERFORD

Electrical Works Upgrade Home Economics Room

490,403.20

CENTRAL TECHNICAL INSTITUTE

Roof Works

63,917.72

ST PAULS C C

Repairs to main underfloor & external drainage system

265,841.81

WOLFE TONE ROAD ED CENTRE

Works to Heating System

114,865.00

WATERFORD CITY VEC, 30 THE MALL

Window Replacement

104,332.00

TOTAL WATERFORD

1,120,712.91

WESTMEATH

COLAISTE MHUIRE

Replace Gym Roof

193,797.85

ST ALOYSIUS COLLEGE

Relocation of Mains ESB Meter Board

49,596.00

CONVENT S S KILBEGGAN

Refurb Woodwork Room, Alterations to Form New Machine Area, New Shed for Materials

411,965.09

ST FINIANS COLLEGE

Re-construction of access road

50,403.20

ST MARYS COLLEGE MULLINGAR

Replace canteen ceiling

20,423.24

LORETO COLLEGE MULLINGAR

Roof Works Replace oil tank and pipeworks

72,714.18

ST JOSEPHS SECONDARY SCHOOL

Roof Works

22,791.01

TOTAL WESTMEATH

821,690.57

WEXFORD

FCJ BUNCLODY

Roof Works & Electrical Works In St Brigid’s Block Connection to Foul Drainage to new local authority mains drain

169,322.13

ST MARY’S CBS ENNISCORTHY

New Toilet Block

124,967.04

COLAISTE BRIDE ENNISCORTHY

Roof Works

39,500.00

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS SS NEW ROSS

Roof Works Demolish Old School Building

82,217.00

GOOD COUNSEL COLLEGE

Rainscreen system

128,800.00

ST MARYS WEXFORD

Replace Boilder in Gym

18,490.84

OUR LADY OF LOURDES

Installation of Fire Alarm & Instruder Alarm

55,935.66

LORETO S.S. SPAWELL RD

Replacement of Velux Windows

48,200.00

PRESENTATION SECONDARY SCHOOL, GROGAN’S ROAD

Cracks in the walls from ceiling to ground floor leaks

13,023.44

ADAMSTOWN VS

Refurbish Toilets

57,548.57

TOTAL WEXFORD

738,004.68

WICKLOW

ST KEVIN’S CBS, ARKLOW

Replace Roof in Sports Hall

64,080.00

ST MARYS COLLEGE, ARKLOW

Water Tank Replacement

15,397.50

LORETO SECONDARY SCHOOL, BRAY

Refurb Science Labs

557,403.00

TOTAL WICKLOW

636,880.50

TOTAL POST PRIMARY SCHOOLS

27,861,265.00

2010 EMERGENCY WORKS SCHEME

COUNTY/SCHOOL

PROJECT APPLICATION

ACTUAL AMOUNT

CARLOW

BAILE AN CHUILINN NS

Connection of Sewerage System to Main Sewerage System

29,845.00

NEWTOWN DUNLECKNEY MXD

Upgrade of Sewerage System Replacement of Windows & Doors

53,000.00

RATHOE NS

Replace boiler

11,395.50

MONASTERY BOYS SCHOOL

Security & Fire Safety Works

103,147.70

BISHOP FOLEY MEMORIAL SCHOOL

Fit fire doors & connect prefab to fire alarm

30,700.00

ST JOSEPHS NS

Boiler

32,667.19

ST BRENDANS NATIONAL SCHOOL

Boiler

19,990.00

ST JOSEPH’S BNS

Fire Safety Works

18,000.00

BHRIDE NS

Fire Safety Works

0.00

GS EOGHAN UI THUAIRISE

Boundary wall

116,452.00

TOTAL CARLOW

>415,197.39

CAVAN

BAILIEBOROUGH MODEL SCHOOL

Upgrade Entrance & Access Road

27,099.60

SN TAMHNACH DHUIBH

Replacement of Boundary Fence Yard re-surfacing

54,126.25

GREAGHRAHAN NS

Replacement of boiler and burner

9,224.93

S N LEITIR

Upgrade waste water treatment & percolation area

52,527.86

CABRA CENTRAL NATIONAL SCHOOL

Replace Septic Tank

57,500.00

KILDALLON NS

Repair Front Boundary

15,370.00

SN CORR LORGAN

roof & sewerage works

69,500.00

TOTAL CAVAN

285,348.64

CLARE

TOONAGH NS

repairs to pipes, insulate walls & attic

9,800.00

LACKEN MIXED NS

drain & resurface play area

50,955.88

SN MHAINISTIR CHUNCHE

140,000.00

BAREFIELD NS

Replace Dangerous Perimeter Fencing Roof Works inc Velux Windows

72,449.83

ENNIS NS

Works to Heating System Roof works partial replace or repair

37,605.50

KILNABOY NATIONAL SCHOOL

Repair works to septic tank

7,597.00

HOLY FAMILY JUNIOR SCHOOL

Roof Replacement

96,166.29

SN CLUAIN MUINGE

22,075.06

SN CNOC DOIRE

Sewerage Treatment System, Separate Drains, Pipe Run off water

20,203.00

S N BAILE AN DROICHID

Upgrade of waste water treatment system

22,725.89

LISSYCASEY NS

Boiler Replacement

9,960.00

MERCY CONVENT KILLALOE

Replacement of Boiler

47,711.82

MILTOWN MALBAY BNS

New surface water sewer

25,638.81

NEW QUAY NATIONAL SCHOOL

Upgrade Heating Works

62,835.00

ST CONAIRES NS

replace sewer pipework & manholes

13,788.32

NAOMH TOLA

Replacement of oil burner and boiler

52,214.96

KILLALOE BNS

CCTV

70,663.00

RUAN CENTRAL NS

Replacement of floor coverings

25,649.64

TOTAL CLARE

788,040.00

CORK

MIDLETON CONVENT NS

Repair of heating system

13,286.31

DROMLEIGH NS

Removal of Dangerous Chimney

36,815.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA UI LIATHAIN

Replacement of Radiators & Piping

28,331.40

PRESENTATION N S

Replace Boiler & Re-surfacing Yard

46,464.12

SCOIL URSULA

Replacement of Boiler

190,801.75

VICARSTOWN MIXED NS

Replacement of Boiler

6,450.92

CLOGHROE NS

Water tank replacement

9,659.05

ST JOSEPHS NS

Replace Boiler

53,952.80

NEWMARKET BNS

Replace Retaining wall, Replace Shed

97,089.35

DRUIMNE NS

Drainage

12,508.25

ST MOLAGAS TIMOLEAGUE

Sewerage Works, Boiler & Heating Replacement, Electrical, Yard Works, Mould Removal

49,400.00

KILBRITTAIN MIXED NS

Installation of fire alarm & emergency lighting

10,500.00

SCOIL BHRIDE

5,600.00

DERRYCREHA NS

Roof Works

30,072.00

BISHOP OBRIEN NS

Replace Windows & Doors

51,800.00

BALLINTEMPLE NS

Replace Boiler

33,879.47

CONVENT OF MERCY NS

Ceiling Replacement

14,031.40

MITCHELSTOWN CON NS

Ceiling Replacement

44,200.00

S N IOSEF NAOFA

Repairs to Prefabs

45,776.00

BOHERBUE NS

Raising of Wall at Front of School

16,173.75

COPPEEN NS

new Treatment Plant & Percolation Area

37,000.00

ADRIGOLE NATIONAL SCHOOL

Replace Boiler & Electrical Works

22,971.00

S N PADRAIG NAOFA B

replace boiler

23,296.50

ST. PATRICKS BOYS NS

replace boiler

0.00

SCOIL NAOMH AINE

Fire Safety Works

128,119.90

DRIPSEY NATIONAL SCHOOL

Repair Roof of GP Room

63,089.00

SCARTHEIGH NS

Development of Playspace

37,800.00

ST PATRCKS NS

Replace boiler

7,148.40

GURRANE NS

Water Treatment System

3,214.99

SCOIL PADRE PIO NS

Upgrade Heating System

90,115.00

LITTLE ISLAND N S

Upgrade Heating System & Insulation Works in Areas of School which have Flat Roof

154,467.72

SCOIL MHUIRE BROADFORD NS

Upgrade Heating System & Insulation Works in Areas of School which have Flat Roof

36,561.95

SN AN SPIORAID NAOMH C

Replace external drainage system

152,964.10

KILMEEN NS

Replace an existing Concrete Roof Cornicing Roof works

0.00

SN BARRA NAOFA CAILINI

Replace an existing Concrete Roof Cornicing Roof works

81,482.97

SCOIL MUIRE NA NGRAST

Replacement of boiler & associated works

43,842.86

GAELSCOIL DE HIDE

Portable toilets

3,267.00

BANDON BOYS NS

replace oil tank

20,263.00

SN CILL DAIRBHRE

replace oil tank

68,465.43

SCOIL AISEIRI CHRIOST

Electrical Works

51,100.00

BALLYVONGANE MXD NS

fencing

8,500.00

SCOIL BHRIDE

upgrade of existing waste water treatment Unit

51,440.84

SCOIL NAOMH MHUIRE

provision of 5 new WC Cublicles & 1 disabled toilet

20,775.18

KILCONE MIXED NS

replace boiler & associated works

10,902.00

DROMAGH NS

Drainage Works

14,107.75

SCOIL NA MBRAITHRE

fire alarm & emergency lighting New boiler system & associated works

37,153.45

COBH CONVENT

fire alarm & emergency lighting New boiler system & associated works

63,500.00

S N CARRAIG AN IME

roof works

24,513.36

SCOIL MHUIRE

roof works

40,341.45

CAHERMORE NEW CENTRAL S

replace existing pipe heating system

33,198.81

SCOIL AN SPIORAID NAOIMH NS

works to repair existing water tower building at school

19,585.58

TOTAL CORK

2,145,979.81

DONEGAL

SN AN CHEIDIDH

Replacement of Septic Tank

29,850.00

GARTAN NS

Replace Boiler, Roof Works

75,233.04

MURROE NS

Roof

56,300.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA FHIONNTRA

fencing & Repair Playground

17,330.89

SN GORT AN CHOIRCE

Roof and drainage works

60,776.04

ST PATRICKS GIRLS NS

Replace Boiler

22,532.60

S N GARBHAIN SATHLOIR

New Toilet facilities

34,499.50

S N EADAN FHIONNFHAOICH

Bus shelter

2,130.00

SN DOMHNACH MOR

Roof Works

88,835.00

SCOIL AN LINBH IOSA

replace rooflights, windows & external doors

34,512.10

SN DHUN NA NGALL

Car Park & Bus Pull In Bay

173,828.33

ST CATHERINES SCHOOL

Replace Water Storage Tanks

6,950.00

S N OLIBHEAR PLUINCEID

replace boiler & associated works yard works

47,220.00

SCOIL NAOMH SEOSAMH

Replacement of Boiler

5,372.17

ST PETERS NS

Pest Control & Associated Works spraying & treatment of school building dure to fungus gnats

5,309.00

SCOIL BHRIDE

Install CCTV system

6,500.00

CRANNFORD NATIONAL SCHOOL

Dry Lining & Insulation, Replace Heating System

57,278.70

GLENSWILLY N S

Roof Works, New Chimney, New Septic Tank

263,372.69

ST AENGUES NS

Replacement of Boiler & Provision of Services for Connection to a Biomass Plant

27,683.48

S N BAILE RAIGHIN

Replacement of roof

81,779.12

ST BERNADETTE’S SPECIAL SCHOOL

Conversion Works to Toilet Area for Special Needs Pupil

33,258.60

SN CHILL CHARTAIGH

Drainage & fencing

33,769.40

SCOIL MHUIRE

repair defects to walls & ceilings

24,500.00

SN CAISEAL NA GCORR

refurb Office & porch Electrical upgrade

32,557.50

FROSSES NS

new storm porch

19,200.00

SN BAILE NUA AN PHOBAIL

replacement of boiler

39,127.50

SCOIL MHUIRE

replace boiler & water services & replace roof

146,227.20

S N ADHAMHNAIN

Electrical works Replacement of windows & doors

128,300.00

COMHSCOIL CHONMHA SN

Replace windows

46,000.00

TOTAL DONEGAL

1,425,932.86

DUBLIN

SANDYFORD MXD NS

20,415.10

HOLY FAMILY NS RATHCOOLE

210,192.96

ST BRIGIDS GIRLS NS

64,020.00

ST COLUMBAS CON G&I

4,775.26

SCOIL NA MBRATHAR

150,182.12

SCOIL MHUIRE MARINO

62,806.49

ST BRIGIDS CONVENT NS

237,195.05

ST MOLAGAS

42,057.83

ST LOUIS INFANT SCHOOL

29,533.63

ST FINBARS NS

6,774.90

ST SYLVESTERS INFANT SCHOOL

65,487.00

SCOIL AINE

63,617.06

SCOIL BHRIDE BNS

3,313.57

SN MUIRE NA FREASTOGALA

288,400.00

S N BRIOTAS

40,888.06

S N NMH FIONNAN

87,500.00

MARIST NATIONAL SCHOOL

513,849.65

ST MARYS NS

45,979.27

S N SEOSAMH NA MBRATHAR

34,889.90

BENINCASA SPECIAL SCHOOL

4,000.00

EOIN BAISDE C NAOIDH

252,765.36

LORETO NS

79,022.96

ST JOHN OF GOD SPECIAL SCHOOL

288,795.00

ST KEVINS BOYS NATIONAL SCHOOL

217,040.50

VIRGIN MARY SCHOOL

109,064.20

ST BRIGIDS BNS

17,012.51

OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL GNS

59,171.25

SCOIL CHIARAIN

9,761.00

ST MICHAELS HSE SPECIAL SCHOOL

7,859.88

HOLY TRINITY SEN NS

7,719.00

SCOIL MHUIRE BOYS

89,870.20

ST CRONAN’S JNS

239,402.40

ST MAELRUANS JUNIOR NS

6,667.41

NAOMH MAOLRUAIN SNR

31,702.83

ST KEVINS BOYS & GIRLS NS

30,930.66

ST KEVINS GIRLS NS

197,140.11

ST FRANCIS X SENIOR SCHOOL

20,884.05

ST MARKS JNR & SNR NS

12,031.00

ST FINIANS NS

26,298.93

BISHOP GALVIN NS

27,078.46

SN NAOMH TREASA

235,217.85

ST OLIVER PLUNKETT NS

127,166.20

SCOIL TREASA FIRHOUSE

192,812.28

178,289.38

ST MARYS JNS

144,916.74

ST HELENS JUNIOR NATIONAL SCHOOL

50,000.00

PHYSIC HANDICAPPED S SC

10,914.90

POPE JOHN PAUL 2 SCHOOL

293,710.00

BISHOP SHANAHAN NS

70,034.34

ST GABRIELS NS

249,242.79

SCOIL CHOLMCILLE

123,007.44

ST MICHAELS PRIMARY SCHOOL

212,988.41

ST RAPHAELS NS

242,984.62

CATHERINE McAULEY N SC

94,919.10

ST ATTRACTAS SNR NS

12,158.70

ST BERNADETTES JNR NS

299,576.37

HOLY FAMILY JUNIOR NS

126,186.35

ST BRIGIDS NS

614,080.89

ST BRIGIDS/ST AIDANS

730,926.79

BALLYCRAGH NS

20,419.50

ST. ANNES MIXED NS

21,392.00

SCOIL MHUIR S IOSAF

42,601.09

HOLY CROSS NS

383,847.12

GAELSCOIL MOLOGA

7,018.80

SCOIL NAISIUNTA AN DEA AOIRE

19,220.52

GAELSCOIL NAOMH PADRAIG

6,340.73

ST JOHNS NS BALLYBRACK

35,521.50

ST KEVINS NS

22,390.00

SETANTA SPECIAL SCHOOL

196,833.51

SCOIL PHADRAIG

164,510.55

LUCAN EDUCATE TOGETHER NS

70,000.00

ARCHBISHOP RYAN SENIOR NS

14,922.69

GAELSCOIL UI HEARCAIN

239,340.70

HOLY CHILD NATIONAL SCHOOL 20338C

431,842.66

TOTAL DUBLIN

9,391,430.08

GALWAY

SN NAOMH TREASA

Replacement of Boiler / Boiler House

6,700.56

SN AINDREIS NAOFA

Replacement of Boiler / Boiler House

7,217.46

SCOIL AN LINBH IOSA

Replacement of cold water storage tank

38,326.00

S N CREACHMHAOIL

New central heating boiler Car Parking

17,754.62

ST IOMARS

Prefab roof window & ventilation repair

10,336.00

SN MUIRE GAN SMAL

Roof Repairs, Floor Tile Replacement

66,000.00

SN CILL CONAILL

Sewage Treatment & Percolation Area

67,220.00

AINBHTHIN NAOFA

Replace Flooring, Clean & Dry Line above windows & repaint wall, replace tiles in bathroom

33,000.00

ST. PATRICKS NS

Car parking & new entrance

43,085.87

SN NAOMH UINSEANN

Replace Concrete Barges, Fence Boundary Wall, Widen School Gate, Replace Gutters Facia

16,013.40

CREGMORE NS

Car Park

38,990.00

SCOIL FHURSA

Roof Works, Replace 2 Windows

22,095.25

CARRABANE NS

Replace sewerage tank with treatment system

85,212.75

SCOIL PADRAIG NAOFA

Removal of Boundary wall

25,010.00

SN BREANDAN NAOFA

Provide ESB, Watermain & Hydrant, Boundary Wall & Fencing, Demolish Wall in Playarea

26,083.50

S N NAOMH CIARAIN

Water works

28,653.59

ST CATHERINES

Flat roof repairs toilet refurb

23,800.00

SCOIL BHRIDE MIONLOCH

M & E works

41,421.90

SCOIL BHREANDAIN NAOFA

toilet refurb

9,344.31

SN BAILE AN MHUILINN

Installation of new septic tank & percolation area

8,139.65

MONIVEA NS

Sewage Treatment Plant Upgrade Fuseboard

74,496.00

SCOIL NAOMH EINDE

Removal of asbestos floor tiles & replacement flooring

107,260.00

LAKE VIEW SCHOOL RENMORE

Replacement windows & doors

52,401.48

SCOIL CHAITRIONA

Roof Works

159,707.00

ST OLIVER PLUNKETT NS

Sewerage Works

95,308.99

SCOIL CHAITRIONA SENIOR

Removal of asbestos tiles in GP room & New Sports Flooring

27,892.63

MOYCULLEN CENTRAL SCHOOL

Works to Boiler House & Heating Installation

123,355.90

CARNMORE NS

Car parking

44,470.15

MHIC DARA

Upgrade Toilets

99,300.00

BARNADERG NS

traffic management measures

72,100.00

S N AN CILLIN

Treatment of dry rot & replacement of decayed timber

16,360.69

TOTAL GALWAY

1,480,357.14

KERRY

CLOCHAR DAINGEAN

Boiler

96,000.00

SCOIL EOIN XX111

Upgrade Electrics

5,675.00

S N BHAILE AN CHROSAIGH

Repair to ceilings

18,061.36

SCOIL MHUIRE

Water Storage Tanks, Replace Floor, Radon Vents & Extractor

465,764.73

SCOIL MHUIRE

Replace Copper Piping in Attic & Insulate Attic

8,789.00

SCOIL MHUIRE KILLORGLIN NS

Upgrade Electrical

22,759.00

CAHIRCIVEEN CONVENT

Roof Works Replace central heating pipework

325,498.15

UNION HALL MIXED NATIONAL SCHOOL

Roof works

55,926.68

SCOIL EOIN

Security Works

25,078.28

ST FINIANS AN CORAIN

Replacement of windows & Door

35,060.60

CULLINA NS

Drainage

11,200.00

MUIRE NA MAINISTREACH

demolition of pre-fab

13,186.23

KILCONLY NS

Works to Foul Drainage System, Works to Play Area

52,093.74

S N MHUIRE NA MBRAITHRE

Works to Foul Drainage System, Works to Play Area

7,552.50

SCOIL NAOMH IOSEF

roof works

39,434.04

SN DAR EARCA

Refurb Toilets

29,322.00

HOLY CROSS MERCY SCHOOL

Replace Section of Roof, Repair damage to Walls & Floor

11,050.00

ST OLIVERS NS

Yard Works

129,043.80

SCARTAGLIN NEW CENT SC

Replacement of Heating Pipework & Radiators Yard Works

90,256.00

BALLYDUFF CENTRAL

roof works

103,943.65

REALT NA MAIDNE

Electrical upgrade

191,465.00

GAELSCOIL NAOMH AOGAIN

ICT grant re New Classroom Build

5,000.00

SCOIL ATHA NA MBLATH

roof works

121,166.10

TOTAL KERRY

1,863,325.86

KILDARE

ATHY MODEL NS

Refurbishment after fire at school (ongoing bills)

36,625.44

SN CIANOG NAOFA

Yard Works (Concrete Playarea)

151,597.82

CELBRIDGE NS

Conversion works

22,750.27

HEWETSONS NS

Dryline Walls & construct covered walkway

13,995.85

ST JOSEPH’S BOYS NS

Electrical Upgrade

207,775.00

BRANNOXTOWN NS

Instal Emergency Lighting, Upgrade Heating & Hot Water Systems

67,780.72

SCOIL CHORBAIN

Fire Safety Upgrade

121,775.31

S N AINE NAOFA

Electrical Upgrade

43,309.86

SUNCROFT NS

Replace flooring with non slip flooring install door operator for 3 external doors & replace existing door saddlebo

21,458.15

S N SCOIL TREASA

32,512.87

NEWTOWN NS

Upgrade Heating System

250,453.43

KILDANGAN NS

Heating Systems Upgrade

160,134.00

SCOIL BHRIDE

Replace Push Bar open Mechanisms on Doors, Floor Works, Roof Works

3,540.00

ST ANNES SPECIAL NS

Replace Push Bar open Mechanisms on Doors, Floor Works, Roof Works

100,954.62

SCOIL MHUIRE SOISEARACH

Replace Push Bar open Mechanisms on Doors, Floor Works, Roof Works

24,359.79

SAN CARLO JUNIOR NS

Replace Push Bar open Mechanisms on Doors, Floor Works, Roof Works

22,104.82

GAEL SCOIL CILL DARA

installation of fire alarm

0.00

NAAS NS

Conversion works to classroom

5,000.00

TOTAL KILDARE

1,286,127.95

KILKENNY

CHURCH HILL NS

Extend Playground

31,747.16

SCOIL MHUIRE

Wall & Ceiling Repair Works to water storage tanks works to heating syste,

75,032.16

GRAIGNAMANAGH

Replace Boiler

58,764.47

ST LEONARDS NS

Fire Safety upgrade

19,903.74

S N BHREANAIN NAOFA

Roof & ceiling repairs

38,322.00

SN MUIRE GAN SMAL

Disabled Access Works

61,383.40

S N NAOMH CHIARAIN

Drainage works

66,250.00

S N CHRION CHOILL

Water Treatment System

6,035.28

SN CHIARAIN NAOFA

Connect Wastewater System to Public Sewerage System

33,615.00

ST BRIGIDS CONVENT NS

Gym Roof

46,753.00

LISTERLIN NS

Replace boiler, burner & oil tank

26,500.00

MOTHER OF FAIR LOVE

Replacement of existing substnadard non-thermally broken timber non safety glass single glazed windows & external doors.

183,011.36

ST PATRICKS SPECIAL SCHOOL

Replacement of existing substnadard non-thermally broken timber non safety glass single glazed windows & external doors.

26,606.88

SCOIL BHRIDE

Replace Floor of Pre-fab

14,843.12

SCOIL BHRIDE B7C

Replace boiler, burner & oil tank

11,102.95

TOTAL KILKENNY

699,870.52

LAOIS

SN AN CHROI RO NAOFA

Upgrade of water supply system

5,974.23

CILL AN IUBHAIR NS

Upgrade of water supply system

17,736.12

RATHDOMHNAIGH NS

Upgrade of water supply system

16,605.00

CLONENAGH NS

Roof works & disabled toilet

71,100.00

MHUIRE FATIMA NS

Electrical upgrade

92,385.00

TOTAL LAOIS

197,826.12

LEITRIM

TOTAL LEITRIM

LIMERICK

MHUIRE NAOFA CAILINI

Heating works Upgrade Electrics

25,761.29

S N FIODHNACH

Roof Works

0.00

GRANAGH NATIONAL SCHOOL

Roof Works

42,849.00

PALLASKENRY NS

Installation of Security Cameras

9,366.02

SN GALLBHAILE

Replace Roof

20,362.50

NICKER NATIONAL SCHOOL

Upgrade of water & sewerage connections

80,903.70

SCOIL MHATHAIR TROCAIRE

Upgrade of water & sewerage connections

19,203.00

ROXBORO NS

Upgrade of water & sewerage connections

23,861.73

MEENKILLY NS

Replace Boiler

10,870.00

ATHLACCA NS

Toilet Upgrade, Replace Flooring & Upgrade Paths Outside

80,253.25

SHANAGOLDEN NS

Playground

21,705.72

CAHERCONLISH NS

Playground

62,741.57

QUEEN OF THE PEACE NS

Lift, CCTV system and external works

48,780.00

S N GEAROID UI GHRIOBHTHA

Boundary Wall

22,848.05

SCOIL MHAINCHIN BUACH

Roof Works

54,253.05

SCOIL IDE NAOFA RAHEENAGH

Yard works, ramp & removal of shelter

57,473.50

ASKEATON SENIOR NS

Asbestos tile removal Replacement of boiler

20,400.00

SCOIL IDE

Asbestos tile removal Replacement of boiler

68,813.22

ST AUGUSTINES SPEC SC

Replace Boiler M&E & flooring works

16,416.87

LIMERICK SCHOOL PROJECT

Roof Conversion Works

7,815.75

ST FERGUS PRIMARY SCH

Toilet Upgrade

6,450.00

GAELSCOIL AN RAITHIN

Fire Safety Requirements/Vehicular Access Road

126,701.24

MARY QUEEN OF IRELAND GNS

Replace boiler

20,512.92

SCOIL NAOMH IOSEF

Roof repairs

37,550.91

MONALEEN NATIONAL SCHOOL

replace fire alarm system

33,763.24

TOTAL LIMERICK

848,342.38

LONGFORD

SN AN LEANA MOR

Replacement of heating pipework & radiators

35,000.00

SAMHTHANN NS

Sewage Works

24,000.00

S N MHUIRE

Roof Leaks & Ceilings Works

9,224.93

S N COLMCILLE

Car Park

97,500.00

ST PATRICKS NS

Sewage Works

65,000.00

SCOIL MHUIRE NS

Roof Works

49,712.56

EDGEWOTHSTOWN NS

Yard Works, Removal of Old Storage Shed Repair leak in pipework PE Hall Project

305,988.65

MELVIEW NS

New heating system & windows

252,048.09

LANESBORO NS

Provision of car park facilities

106,437.00

TOTAL LONGFORD

944,911.23

LOUTH

LOUTH MIXED SCHOOL

Replacement of Oil Tank

6,294.66

TALLANSTOWN NS

Security Fencing Heating Works

43,881.41

TERMONFECKIN NS

Sewerage works

32,500.00

TULLYALLEN NS

Boiler & Insulation Boundary Wall

37,180.82

SCOIL DAIRBHE

Boiler & Insulation Boundary Wall

147,814.40

SN NAOMH FHIONAIN

Drainage & Associates Works

21,402.47

SN MUIRE NA TROCAIRE

Replacement flooring —

115,161.00

SCOIL BHRIDE MXD NS

Boiler Replacement replacement of heating system

159,479.78

SCOIL PHADRAIG NAOFA

Boiler

28,306.90

REALT NA MARA

Flood Prevention Works

11,209.38

TOTAL LOUTH

603,230.82

MAYO

BEHYMORE NS

43,000.00

AUGHLEAM NS

86,892.45

ST JOSEPHS NS

19,096.38

SN GLEANN A CHAISIL

6,000.00

BEANNCHOR NS

45,600.00

S N NAOMH PADRAIG

97,626.93

SCOIL NAISIUNTA MUIRE GAN SMAL

34,811.75

CARRAKENNEDY NS

9,767.58

LISANISKA NS

48,630.00

KNOCK NS

142,571.70

MYNA NS

76,134.55

SN REALT NA MARA

10,000.00

DRUMSLIDE NS

43,000.00

ST JOSEPHS NS BALLINA

14,000.00

ST ANGELAS NS

32,625.30

SCOIL IOSA

44,145.73

TOTAL MAYO

43,000.00

MEATH

AINE NAOFA NS

Resurface School Yard replace cold water storage tank

62,444.52

SCOIL MHICHIL NA BUACHAILLI

Roof Repairs to Prefab roof works

37,500.00

RATHKENNY NATIONAL SCHOOL

replacement of paths, paving & drainage works

50,125.56

SCOIL CHOLMCILLE

Fire Detection & Alarm System, Emergency Lighting, Signs & Fire Doors

77,800.00

SCOIL NAIS AN OBAIR

Mould Removal & Repair of Eaves Structurtal Repairs

79,611.72

CARNAROSS NS

Ceiling Replacement

2,685.00

S N MHUIRE

Hard Play Area & Rear Access

10,658.25

ST JOSEPHS DUNDERRY NS

Roof

21,950.10

ST MARYS NS

Upgrade of drainage and water mains

26,429.55

SN MHUIRE

Increase ESB Supply, replace fuse board & conversion works

38,447.28

SN NAOMH PADRAIG

Increase ESB Supply, replace fuse board & conversion works

15,200.98

S N REALT NA MARA (CAILINI)

21,705.73

SCOIL CAITRIONA NAOFA

Works to Water Supply

4,742.43

SCOIL NAIS MAOL HOSAE

10,242.38

S N MHUIRE

Upgrading of toilet facilities upgrade heating system & replace oil tank

48,485.18

DANGAN NS

Heating Upgrade & Insulation of External Panels

124,749.77

CASTLETOWN NS NAVAN

Upgrade Electrical

121,441.88

ST OLIVER PLUNKETT NS

upgrade fire alarm, install smoke detectors & emergency lighting

17,319.14

ST. MARYS SPECIAL SCHOOL

Resurface Playground

5,675.00

DUNBOYNE JUNIOR NS

89,152.38

ST PAULS NS

Replacement of leaking oil tank

11,084.00

TOTAL MEATH

877,450.85

MONAGHAN

DONAGHMOYNE NS

Works to Playground including Drainage

52,405.00

BUN SCOIL LOUIS NAOFA

Replace boiler

35,800.00

CASTLEBLANEY CONVENT

CCTV, external intruder protection, security lighting & security fencing

100,221.04

CASTLEBLANEY CON INFS

Upgrade Electrical Installation

263,135.00

SCOIL MHICHIL

Upgrade Electrical Installation

29,737.60

S N BLAITHIN IOSA

Upgrade toilet facilities

24,820.10

ST JOSEPHS NS

Upgrade Heating System

95,395.00

CLOCHAR LUGHAIDH NAI

Removal of concrete shelter

9,885.00

SCOIL PHADRAIG

Removal & Replacement of Floor Tiles Removal of asbestos cement slates and replace Remove & replace asbestos cement slates

73,855.00

SCOIL MHUIRE B

Install fire escape

44,442.78

SCOIL NAOMH PADRAIG

Roof repairs

34,516.80

SCOIL NAOMH DEAGHA

Roof repairs

0.00

SCOIL EANNA

Roof repairs

125,387.00

TOTAL MONAGHAN

764,213.32

OFFALY

SCOIL NAOMH EOIN

51,944.06

KILCORMAC CONVENT NS

23,257.46

GEASHILL 1 NS

Upgrade Heating System

116,376.41

ST CRONANS NS LUSMAGH

Construct bund to oil storage tank and new porch to school entrance

16,100.00

ST BRENDANS MONASTERY

Replace Floor Tiles

20,287.00

CLONBULLOGUE NATIONAL SCHOOL

Heating upgrade

75,375.79

MOUNTBOLUS NATIONAL SCHOOL

Re-inforcement of ceilings Dry Lining, Upgrade Heating System, Ramp at Front Entrance, new Flooring Roof repairs and replace water tank

92,220.00

MONASTERORIS NS

Entrance Works

13,566.08

CLONEYHURKE NS

Replace Heating System, Insulate Roof, Replace Windows, Replace Ceiling

40,000.00

ST MARYS NS

Removal of Asbestos Tiles Electrical Upgrade to cater for ICT Infrastructure

105,955.37

S N NAOMH PHILOMENA

Roof works

104,887.13

POLLAGH NS

Roof works

42,176.00

SN PHADRAIG

Boiler Replacement

7,000.00

ROSCOMROE NS

Boiler replacement

14,613.24

SCOIL BHRIDE

Upgrade Fire Detection System & Emergency Lighting

25,011.20

COOLANARNEY NS

Installation of water treatment system

2,903.00

ST COLMANS NS

Replace Floor Covering, Install 2 New Sinks, Repairs Leaking Pipe

6,395.86

S N LOMCHLUANA

Replace floor in GP Room

19,713.74

TOTAL OFFALY

682,867.08

ROSCOMMON

S N NAOMH SEOSAMH

20,250.00

LISANISKEY NS

Replace boiler

25,251.90

KILTEEVAN NS

Replace Floor with Concrete Slab, Treat Rising Damp & Mould on Internal Perimeter Walls, Construction of New Insulated Stud Walls

40,636.00

CLOCHAR NA TROCAIRE

Roof Works

85,864.40

ST MARYS CONVENT NS

Roof Works

87,722.14

TIBOHINE NS

Replacment Oil burner & upgrade heating system

28,217.44

BALLINTUBBER NATIONAL SCHOOL 16334S

Repair to flat roof — leaks

23,734.50

SN NAOMH CEITHEACH

Roof Works

28,846.00

S N RATH ARADH

Flat roof repair

23,876.30

ABBEY NS

Roof works & Velux windows

46,382.20

TISRARA NATIONAL SCHOOL

Replace water main & install new hydrant, landscape & re-seed play ground area

5,379.75

S N NAOMH EOIN

Replace Windows

7,054.36

KNOCKCROGHERY NS

Fencing & Redamation of Land Repair concrete yard

34,750.00

STRABAGGAN NS

Re-surface play ground

8,841.65

SCOIL BHRIDE

New porch area

10,635.81

TOTAL ROSCOMMON

466,806.64

SLIGO

COOLOONEY CONVENT NATIONAL SCHOOL

Upgrade Electrics

81,638.79

S N BHRIDE

Replace Storm & Foul Sewer

13,023.44

ST. JOHNS NS

Window replacement

31,700.00

STOKANE NATIONAL SCHOOL

Replace boiler

8,000.00

SLIGO PROJECT SCHOOL

Replace pipes

8,050.50

TOTAL SLIGO

142,412.73

TIPPERARY

MOYGLASS NS

Sewerage Treatment & Percolation Area

72,210.00

REARCROSS NS

insulate walls & Attic

14,514.42

PRESENTATION PRIMARY SCHOOL

Removal of Asbestos Flooring & Sinks

17,445.71

SN MUIRE NA NAINGEAL

insulate walls & Attic

114,462.36

GAILE NS

Boundary Fence

8,253.06

KILLUSTY NATIONAL SCHOOL

Roof works

33,069.00

SCOIL AILBHE

conversion of cloakroom to resource room

4,610.60

SN GLEANN GOILL

Roof Works Install New Boiler & Replace Radiators

79,090.18

S N IOSEF NAOFA

Disabled Access, Yard Works, Works to Concrete ink, Replace Asbestos Floor Tiles, Radon Gas

136,420.49

SCOIL NAISIUNTA CHILL CHUMIN

upgrade electrics

50,701.10

KILLURNEY NATIONAL SCHOOL

replace oil tank

1,890.57

SCOIL MHUIRE KILVEMNON

electrical upgrade, install fire alarm system

25,276.70

TOTAL TIPPERARY

530,776.92

WATERFORD

SN CILL ROSANTA

Resurface yard for playarea

17,810.00

FERRYBANK CONVENT

Upgrade to meet H & S Standards & Fire Regulations

230,341.17

SN URSULA NAOFA

Replace pipeline

20,143.64

OUR LADY OF MERCY N S STRADBALLY

Repairs to School Drains

113,130.75

ST STEPHENS NATIONAL SCHOOL

Roof Works, Replace Water Storage Tank replace heating system

221,968.18

S N DEAGLAN

Removal of Roof & Walls of Playground Shelter

147,250.00

SN MUIRE MAGH DEILGE

Upgrade water mains supply

0.00

SCOIL NAOMH GOBNAIT

Fencing creation of new play area

20,416.00

CHRIST CHURCH N S

Works to heating system

12,589.32

ST MARYS NS

re-pipe external water mains to urban council supply

23,442.18

GLOR NA MARA NS

Roof Works

75,643.51

WATERPARK NS

Water Works

23,008.07

KILMACTHOMAS NS

Replace boiler replace boiler

21,186.88

AGLISH NATIONAL SCHOOL WATERFORD

replace boundary fence

20,422.11

TOTAL WATERFORD

926,929.70

WESTMEATH

MULLINGAR CONVENT (JNR)

Electrical Upgrade

230,141.93

ST PETERS NS SNR

Replacement of Section of Damaged Plasterwork on School Wall, Works to Housing & Steel which Supports Water Tank on Roof

19,816.50

BRIDESWELL NS

Replacement of Windows

11,380.00

ST BRIGIDS PRIMARY SCHOOL

Replacement of Windows

78,101.30

BAILE UI GHEIBHINN

Upgrade Fire alarm

6,457.50

RATH EOGHAN

Replace Septic Tank

9,655.17

S N NAOMH FIONTAN

Replace Septic Tank

19,000.55

SCOIL NA MAIGHDINE MHUIRE

Replacement of slates & ridge caps, repair of gutters, replace fire doors

53,300.00

ST EARNANS

Flat roof works

24,395.00

CHOLMAIN NAOFA

replace flat roof on 3 pre-fab units

17,483.75

GAEL SCOIL MULLINGAR

refurbishment works

38,797.44

TOTAL WESTMEATH

508,529.14

WEXFORD

SN BHANTIARNA

Upgrade Electrical, Mechanical & Fire Safety Installations

812,939.57

BALLYMURN NATIONAL SCHOOL

Car Parking

42,377.00

MICHEAL STREET NS

Priority Health & Safety Works

179,800.00

GLANBRIEN NATIONAL SCHOOL

Replacement of Path

5,850.78

BALLYCANEW NS

140,000.00

KILLEGNEY NATIONAL SCHOOL

109,630.20

NEWBAWN NS

Replacement of flooring M & E works

16,168.60

BALLYGARRETT NS

Security fencing around oil tank and repairs to flat roof

20,520.00

KILRANE NS

Fire Safety Works, Disabled Access, Foul Sewerage & Drainage

199,552.00

OYLEGATE NS

Replace Flat Roof

48,000.00

CLONGEEN NS

Condensation & Ventilation, Drainage to Toilets

78,120.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA BAILE UI COILEAIN

Upgrade of heating system

85,954.68

SCOIL NA MBRAITHRE

148,438.75

SN MHAODHOIG

Replace Windows Replacement of Space Heating Installation

226,900.00

S N SEOSAIMH

Replacement of septic tank

70,543.61

S N RATH AN IUBHAIR

Removal of asbestos floor tiles Upgrade electrical installation

168,019.96

GALBALLY NS

Yard Works

26,346.50

S N MHUIRE

refurb works

114,401.70

ST CATHERINES NS

Upgrade of sewerage drains

19,950.00

RATHANGAN NS

Electrical works

156,365.92

GOREY CENTRAL SCHOOL

Roof Works

59,113.16

HORESWOOD NS

Roof Works

24,961.59

SCOIL MHUIRE

Removal of asbestos floor tiles replace boiler & associated works

80,401.71

S N NAOMH SEOSAIMH

replacement of defective foul drainage

35,814.00

TOTAL WEXFORD

2,870,169.73

WICKLOW

ST BRIGIDS NS

Water Mains Protection

42,765.92

DELGANY NATIONAL SCHOOL

Roof Works

147,000.00

CARYSFORT MIXED NS

new Electrical Supply Board

2,831.38

MAIN STREET NS

CCTV & Fencing

34,744.00

SHILLELAGH NS

Replace Heating Piping

24,500.00

ST PETERS INFANTS

Replace Heating Piping

54,125.75

SN MUIRE MXD

Upgrade ESB Supply, Replacement of Existing Main Distribution Board & ESB Meters

80,705.80

ST PATRICKS LORETO PRIMARY SCHOOL

Replace Fire Alarm System

38,929.09

PADRAIG NAOFA NS

Water Drainage

19,710.00

KILMACANOGUE NS

Roof works

78,458.64

NAOMH PEADAR N S

Roof works

90,423.00

TOTAL WICKLOW

523,770.58

TOTAL PRIMARY SCHOOLS

30,712,847.49

Large Scale Refurbishment Projects

2011€

2010€

Primary Major Refurbs

ST AUGUSTINES SPEC SC

752,986

168

PORTLAOISE EDUCATE TOGETHER

4,546

390,327

GS LIOS NA NOG

111,238

13,407

ST BRIGID’S GNS

116,817

1,855,703

STANHOPE STREET NS

2,188

12,103

BLANCHARDSTOWN WEST EDUCATE TOGETHER NS

508

0

ST DYMPHNA’S SCHOOL

0

4,500

DUNMANWAY MODEL SCHOOL

0

4,219

ST JOHN GIRLS & INFANT BOYS

0

182,688

SCOIL MHUIRE GAN SMAL

0

19,471

DROMTRASNA NS

0

13,744

ST MICHAELS HSE SPECIAL SCHOOL

0

84,700

TOTAL

988,284

2,581,029

Post-Primary Major Refurbs

SCOIL MHUIRE STROKESTOWN

56,127

1,742,608

ST DOMINIC’S COLLEGE CABRA

10,593

285,283

BALLYMAHON VOCATIONAL SCHOOL

94,533

767,937

BORRISOKANE V S

452,709

392,870

ST ENDAS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

43,171

107,128

ST PATRICKS COLLEGE

0

465,063

CNOC MHUIRE, GRANARD

0

3,500

ST FINTANS HIGH SCHOOL, SUTTON

0

10,769

PRESENTATION SECONDARY SCHOOL

0

164,589

AVONDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, RATHDRUM

0

39,748

COLAISTE LORCAIN CASTLEDERMOT

0

3,102

JOHN THE BAPTIST COMMUNITY SCHOOL

0

4,756

RATHMINES SENIOR COLLEGE

0

8,221

KILDARE VEC, NAAS

0

38,417

TOTAL

657,133

4,033,991

2011 Emergency Works post-Primary Schools

PROJECT

CASH YTD 2011

CARLOW

ST LEOS COLLEGE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

475,878.07

PRESENTATION/DE LA SALLE CARLOW, MHUINE BHEAG

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

35,168.00

PRESENTATION/DE LA SALLE CARLOW, MHUINE BHEAG

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

CARLOW VOCATIONAL SCHOOL, KILKENNY ROAD, CARLOW

ROOF WORKS

32,802.67

TOTAL CARLOW

543,848.74

CAVAN

ST AIDANS COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL, COOTEHILLE

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

TOTAL CAVAN

CLARE

ST JOSEPHS SPANISH POINT, MILTOWN MALBAY

MECHANICAL WORKS

TOTAL CLARE

CORK

SCOIL MHUIRE GAN SMAL

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

COLAISTE CHROI NAOFA

MECHANICAL WORKS

14,800.00

ST COLMANS COLLEGE

GAS WORKS

10,918.72

ST FACHTNAS DE LA SALLE, SKIBBEREEN

MECHANICAL WORKS

MERCY HEIGHTS SECONDARY SCHOOL, SKIBBEREEN

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

36,429.33

URSULINE SECONDARY SCHOOL, BLACKROCK, CORK

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

18,696.94

COLAISTE GHOBNATAN

MECHANICAL WORKS

COLAISTE TREASA, KANTURK

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

15,520.68

COLAISTE STIOFAN NAOFA

MECHANICAL WORKS

TERENCE MACSWEENEY COLLEGE, KNOCKNAHEENY

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

BISHOPSTOWN C S

MECHANICAL WORKS

24,689.70

KINSALE COMMUNITY SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

21,362.88

TOTAL CORK

142,418.25

DONEGAL

MILFORD ADULT EDUCATION CENTRE AND TRAINING CENTRE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

MILFORD ADULT EDUCATION CENTRE AND TRAINING CENTRE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

BUNCRANA EDUCATION CENTRE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

23,261.25

CARRICK VOCATIONAL SCHOOL, CARRICK

MECHANICAL WORKS

10,641.40

ST CATHERINES VOCATIONAL SCHOOL, KILLYBEGS

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

ST COLUMBAS COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL, GLENTIES

ROOF WORKS

8,410.97

CARNDONAGH COMMUNITY SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

TOTAL DONEGAL

42,313.62

DUBLIN

ARD SCOIL LA SALLE

MECHANICAL WORKS

SANCTA MARIA COLLEGE, RATHFARNHAM

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

67,827.90

MEANSCOIL IOGNAID RIS, WALKINSTOWN

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

31,134.33

ST DOMINIC’S, BALLYFERMOT

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

80,058.64

MERCY SECONDARY SCHOOL, INCHICORE

GAS WORKS

OUR LADY OF MERCY DRIMNAGH

MECHANICAL WORKS

52,672.00

BALBRIGGAN C C

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

COLLINSTOWN PARK COMMUNITY COLLEGE, CLONDALKIN

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

RINGSEND TECHNICAL INSTITUTE

MECHANICAL WORKS

NEWPARK COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL, BLACKROCK

GAS WORKS

16,266.00

MALAHIDE COMMUNITY SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

23,000.00

HOLY CHILD C S SALLYNOGGIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

14,500.00

ST AIDENS BROOKFIELD, TALLAGHT

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

HARTSTOWN C S, CLONSILLA

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

10,193.75

TOTAL DUBLIN

295,652.62

GALWAY

PRESENTATION COLLEGE, ATHENRY

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

34,300.00

ST JOSEOHS NUNS ISLAND

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

106,358.06

TOTAL GALWAY

140,658.06

KERRY

ST BRENDANS COLLEGE, CILL AIRNE

MECHANICAL WORKS

19,250.00

ST MICHAELS COLLEGE

MECHANICAL WORKS

21,651.00

CAHIRCIVEEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

MECHANICAL WORKS

TARBERT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

30,008.17

RATHMORE COMMUNITY SCHOOL

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

TOTAL KERRY

70,909.17

KILDARE

HOLY FAMILY SECONDARY SCHOOL, NEWBRIDGE

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

31,147.72

CROSS AND PASSION COLLEGE, KILCULLEN

GAS WORKS

66,150.49

COLAISTE LORCAIN CASTLEDERMOT

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

69,500.00

CONFEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

75,970.04

TOTAL KILDARE

242,768.25

KILKENNY

ST BRIGIDS SS, GORESBRIDGE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

10,079.30

PRESENTATION SS

ROOF WORKS

CITY TECHNICAL SCHOOL, NEW STREET, KILKENNY

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

CASTLECOMER COMMUNITY SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

TOTAL KILKENNY

10,079.30

LEITRIM

CARRIGALLEN V S

GAS WORKS

TOTAL LEITRIM

LIMERICK

ASKEATON COMMUNITY COLLEGE

MECHANICAL WORKS

TOTAL LIMERICK

LONGFORD

LANESBORO COMMUNITY COLLEGE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

TOTAL LONGFORD

LOUTH

ST MARY’S COLLEGE, DUNDALK

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

TOTAL LOUTH

MAYO

ST MARYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BALLINA

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

84,310.00

ST MARYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BALLINA

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

14,889.00

OUR LADYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BELMULLET

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

SACRED HEART, WESTPORT

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

29,400.00

BALLINROBE COMMUNITY SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

19,492.85

TOTAL MAYO

148,091.85

MONAGHAN

CASTLEBLANEY COLLEGE

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

BEECHILL V S

ELECTRICAL WORKS

BEECHILL V S

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

48,582.81

COLAISTE OIRIALL

MECHANICAL WORKS

TOTAL MONAGHAN

48,582.81

OFFALY

TULLAMORE COLLEGE

MECHANICAL WORKS

25,981.75

ST BRENDANS C S BIRR

MECHANICAL WORKS

ST BRENDANS C S BIRR

WINDOW PROJECTS

TOTAL OFFALY

25,981.75

ROSCOMMON

SCOIL MHUIRE GAN SMÁL ROSCOMMON

ROOF WORKS

32,287.28

ELPHIN V S

ROOF WORKS

CASTLEREA C.S.

MECHANICAL WORKS

10,215.00

TOTAL ROSCOMMON

42,502.28

TIPPERARY

PRESENTATION SECONDARY SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

TOTAL TIPPERARY

WATERFORD

LISMORE COMMUNITY SCHOOL

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

24,199.79

LISMORE COMMUNITY SCHOOL

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

75,096.43

TOTAL WATERFORD

99,296.22

WESTMEATH

ST FINIANS COLLEGE

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

206,980.76

MULLINGAR COMMUNITY COLLEGE

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

49,717.40

MOATE COMMUNITY SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

TOTAL WESTMEATH

256,698.16

WEXFORD

GOOD COUNSEL COLLEGE

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

69,325.70

LORETO S.S. SPAWELL RD

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

73,691.10

BUNCLODY VOCATIONAL SCHOOL

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

NEW ROSS VS

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

TOTAL WEXFORD

143,016.80

WICKLOW

ST MARYS COLLEGE, ARKLOW

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

154,952.00

DOMINICAN COLLEGE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

AVONDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, RATHDRUM

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

TOTAL WICKLOW

154,952.00

TOTAL POST PRIMARY SCHOOLS

2,407,769.88

Number of Schools On Site

Number of Schools Complete

Number of Schools Non Start

Number of Schools Overspend

Total Number of Schools

SWS Post-Primary 2010

COUNTY / SCHOOL

PROJECT APPLICATION

TOTAL PAID

CARLOW

ST MARYS ACADEMY, STATION ROAD

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

235,352.50

COLAISTE MHUIRE CARLOW, KNOCKBEG

TOILET FACILITIES

104,953.00

PRESENTATION COLLEGE, ASKEA

ROOF WORKS

215,447.46

PRESENTATION/DE LA SALLE CARLOW, MHUINE BHEAG

ROOF WORKS

395,360.00

CARLOW VOCATIONAL SCHOOL, KILKENNY ROAD, CARLOW

TOILET FACILITIES

77,555.46

VOCATIONAL SCHOOL MUINEBEAG

WINDOW PROJECTS

50,568.73

TOTAL CARLOW

1,079,237.15

CAVAN

ST CLARES COLLEGE, BALLYJAMESDUFF

ELECTRICAL WORKS

250,918.85

ROYAL SCHOOL CAVAN

ROOF WORKS

52,250.00

ST BRICKINS BELTURBET

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

22,000.00

VIRGINIA VOCATIONAL SCHOOL

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

37,764.00

CAVAN COLLEGE OF FURTHER STUDIES

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

79,795.00

ST AIDANS COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL, COOTEHILLE

WINDOW PROJECTS

226,266.35

BAILIEBORO COMMUNITY SCHOOL

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

259,592.22

TOTAL CAVAN

928,586.42

CLARE

SCOIL MHUIRE ENNISTYMON

ROOF WORKS

175,315.33

MARY IMMACULATE S S LISDOONVARNA

ROOF WORKS

131,177.91

ST JOSEPHS SPANISH POINT, MILTOWN MALBAY

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

275,901.00

ST JOSEPHS, TULLA

MECHANICAL WORKS

17,059.69

ENNIS COMMUNITY COLLEGE

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

337,206.20

ENNISTYNOM VS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

157,058.38

ST JOSEPHS COMMUNITY COLLEGE, KILKEE

TOILET FACILITIES

54,438.00

SCARIFF COMMUNITY CLOOEGE

ROOF WORKS

232,100.46

ST ANNES KILLALOE

WINDOW PROJECTS

178,807.58

ST PATRICKS SHANNON

WINDOW PROJECTS

466,909.80

KILRUSH COMMUNITY SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

44,565.78

TOTAL CLARE

2,070,540.13

CORK

BALLINORA NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

ARDSCOIL UI URMOLTAIGH

WINDOW PROJECTS

22,982.40

BANDON GRAMMAR SCHOOL

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

341,919.54

SCOIL MHUIRE GAN SMAL

WINDOW PROJECTS

28,358.69

COLAISTE CHROI NAOFA

TOILET FACILITIES

70,300.00

ST ALOYSIUS COLLEGE

WINDOW PROJECTS

100,000.00

SACRED HEART CLONAKILTY

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

53,800.00

COLAISTE MHUIRE COBH

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

162,454.75

LORETO SECONDARY SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

219,766.00

COLAISTE AN PHIARSAIGH

ROOF WORKS

10,723.05

MIDLETON COLLEGE

ROOF WORKS

109,145.87

ST MARYS HIGH SCHOOL, MIDLETON

WINDOW PROJECTS

133,162.90

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS, MITCHELSTOWN

MECHANICAL WORKS

21,887.56

PRESENTATION SECONDARY SCHOOL CORK, MITCHELSTOWN

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

79,759.05

ST FRANCIS CAPUCHIN COLLEGE, ROCHESTOWN

TOILET FACILITIES

78,640.00

MOUNT ST MICHAEL, ROSSCARBERY

MECHANICAL WORKS

229,276.00

MERCY HEIGHTS SECONDARD SCHOOL, SKIBBEREEN

WINDOW PROJECTS

76,341.30

GAELCHOLAISTE MHUIRE NORTH MONASTERY

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

18,431.00

DEERPARK CBS CORK

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

157,541.00

COLAISTE CHROI RI, CAPWELL ROAD

ROOF WORKS

48,936.23

ST VINCENTS SECONDARY SCHOOL, ST MARYS ROAD

MECHANICAL WORKS

64,666.29

NORTH PRESENTATION, FARRANREE

WINDOW PROJECTS

108,171.88

ST ALOYSIUS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

161,364.73

MOUNT MERCY COLLEGE, MODEL FARM ROAD

ELECTRICAL WORKS

101,242.44

REGINA MUNDI, DOUGLAS ROAD

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

100,000.00

COLAISTE GHOBNATAN

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

36,209.00

SCOIL MHUIRE BALLINGEARY

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

117,584.48

CLONAKILTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

173,688.29

COACHFORD C C

TOILET FACILITIES

137,490.00

CARRIGHNAFOY C C

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

97,983.66

COLAISTE AN CHRAOIBHIN, FERMOY

ROOF WORKS

336,018.00

COLAISTE TREASA, KANTURK

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

99,249.41

DAVIS COLLEGE MALLOW

TOILET FACILITIES

216,710.00

MCEGAN COLLEGE, MACROOM

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

75,861.24

ST FANAHANS COLLEGE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

110,084.72

SCHULL COMMUNITY COLLEGE, COLLA ROAD

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

94,565.00

NAGLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, BLACKROCK

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

116,438.22

COLLEGE OF COMMERCE, MORRISON’S BLACKROCK

WINDOW PROJECTS

51,467.66

ST JOHNS CENTRAL COLLEGE, SAWMILL STREET

WINDOW PROJECTS

81,407.43

COLAISTE STIOFAN NAOFA

WINDOW PROJECTS

119,668.53

TERENCE MACSWEENEY COLLEGE, KNOCKNAHEENY

ELECTRICAL WORKS

179,585.23

COLAISTE DAIBHAID, AN T-ARDAN THEAS

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

167,240.15

ASHTON SCHOOL, BLACKROCK

WINDOW PROJECTS

142,639.22

BOHERBUE COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

68,117.57

BEARA COMMUNITY SCHOOL

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

29,500.00

MILLSTREET COMMUNITY SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

236,177.13

ST PETERS COMMUNITY COLLEGE, PASSAGE WEST

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

141,558.83

DOUGLAS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

TOILET FACILITIES

29,285.82

BISHOPSTOWN C S

ELECTRICAL WORKS

335,150.03

TOTAL CORK

5,692,550.30

DONEGAL

SCOIL MHUIRE BUNCRANA

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

178,355.00

LORETO SECONDARY SCHOOL

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

28,000.00

ST COLUMBAS COLLEGE, LIFFORD

TOILET FACILITIES

60,020.00

CRANA COLLEGE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

81,950.50

ABBEY V S

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

125,235.57

DEELE COLLEGE, RAPHOE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

324,319.00

ST CATHERINES VOCATIONAL SCHOOL, KILLYBEGS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

97,790.00

GAIRMSCOIL MHIC DIARMADA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

66,156.00

MOVILLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

MECHANICAL WORKS

35,297.55

CARNDONAGH COMMUNITY SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

461,991.28

ROSSES COMMUNITY SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

124,560.84

POBALSCOIL CHLOICH CHEANNFHAOLA

WINDOW PROJECTS

335,955.01

GWEEDORE COMMUNITY SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

53,746.24

BALLYSHANNON COMMUNITY SCHOOL

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

TOTAL DONEGAL

1,973,376.99

DUBLIN

BLACKROCK COLLEGE DUBLIN

ROOF WORKS

131,650.00

COLAISTE EOIN AGUS IOSAGAIN, STILORGAN

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

35,241.70

COLAISTE IOSAGAIN, BAILE AN BHOTHAIR

WINDOW PROJECTS

50,825.30

OATLANDS COLLEGE, MOUNT MERRION

ROOF WORKS

218,945.00

DOMINICAN COLLEGE, SION HILL, BLACKROCK

ROOF WORKS

248,966.87

ROCKFORD MANOR S.S., STRADBROOK ROAD, BLACKROCK

WINDOW PROJECTS

162,000.00

CASTLEKNOCK COLLEGE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

MOYLE PARK COLLEGE, CLONDALKIN

ROOF WORKS

211,000.00

MOUNT ANVILLE SECONDARY SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

48,466.57

NOTRE DAME DES MISSIONS, UPPER CHURCHTOWN ROAD

MECHANICAL WORKS

14,850.00

HOLY CHILD KILLINEY, MILITARY ROAD KILLINEY

WINDOW PROJECTS

106,478.00

ST JOSEPHS OF CLUNY, BELLEVUE PARK, BALLINCLEA ROAD

MECHANICAL WORKS

13,750.00

ST BENILDUS COLLEGE, UPPER KILMACUD RD, BLACKROCK

TOILET FACILITIES

203,500.00

ST LAURENCES COLLEGE, LOUGHLINSTOWN, DUBLIN 18

ELECTRICAL WORKS

328,702.00

ST JOSEPHS LUCAN

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

75,600.00

COLAISTE PHADRAIG CBS, ROSELAWN

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

238,441.46

THE KINGS HOSPITAL, PALMERSTOWN

WINDOW PROJECTS

276,019.00

ST PAULS COLLEGE, RAHENY

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

76,217.17

ARD SCOIL LA SALLE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

34,950.85

MANOR HOUSE RAHENY, WATERMILL ROAD, RAHENY

WINDOW PROJECTS

195,927.00

DE LA SALLE CHURCHTOWN

MECHANICAL WORKS

446,384.60

LORETO HIGH SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

21,450.00

COLAISTE EANNA CBS, RATHFARNHAM

ELECTRICAL WORKS

113,320.37

ST RAPHAELAS, STILLORGAN

TOILET FACILITIES

77,511.58

ST FINTANS HIGH SCHOOL, SUTTON

ROOF WORKS

171,417.80

ST JAMES CBS, JAMES’S STREET

TOILET FACILITIES

103,937.00

CBS SYNGE STREET

MECHANICAL WORKS

261,126.87

ST DAVIDS CBS, ARTANE

ROOF WORKS

196,721.39

MEANSCOIL IOGNAID RIS, WALKINSTOWN

TOILET FACILITIES

182,193.00

ST DECLANS COLLEGE, CABRA

TOILET FACILITIES

49,292.35

MARIAN COLLEGE, BALLSBRIDGE

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

184,830.00

ST JOHNS COLLEGE DE LA SALLE BALLYFERMOT

TOILET FACILITIES

96,007.60

CHANEL COLLEGE COOLOCK

WINDOW PROJECTS

143,414.63

TEMPLEOGUE COLLEGE

ROOF WORKS

87,941.26

PATRICIAN COLLEGE, FINGLAS WEST

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

115,301.30

ST KEVINS COLLEGE, EAST FINGLAS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

197,712.80

ST PATRICKS CATHEDRAL GRAMMAR SCHOOL, ST PATRICKS CLOSE

TOILET FACILITIES

35,417.32

THE HIGH SCHOOL RATHGAR

ROOF WORKS

99,125.00

SCOIL CATRIONA MOBHI ROAD

MECHANICAL WORKS

106,467.15

ST DOMINIC’S, BALLYFERMOT

TOILET FACILITIES

179,182.80

ST DOMINIC’S COLLEGE CABRA

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

26,631.74

CARITAS COLLEGE, BALLYFERMOT

ROOF WORKS

47,384.95

ST MICHAEL’S HOLY FAITH, FINGLAS

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

250,148.00

HOLY FAITH, CLONTARF

ROOF WORKS

133,298.18

ST MARYS GLASNEVIN

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

43,363.12

PRESENTATION CONVENT WARRENMOUNT

TOILET FACILITIES

100,000.00

LORETO COLLEGE CRUMLIN

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

82,139.00

LORETO SWORDS

WINDOW PROJECTS

89,805.00

LORETO COLLEGE, ST STEPHEN’S GREEN

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

MARYFIELD COLLEGE, DRUMCONDRA

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

390,000.00

ST JOSEPHS SECONDARY SCHOOL, STANHOPE STREET

MECHANICAL WORKS

181,158.63

MERCY COLLEGE COOLOCK

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

130,052.60

MERCY SECONDARY SCHOOL, INCHICORE

ROOF WORKS

254,475.51

ST LOUIS HIGH SCHOOL, RATHMINES

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

208,762.41

ST PAULS SECONDARY SCHOOL, GREENHILLS

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

135,110.00

ALEXANDRA COLLEGE, MILLTOWN

ROOF WORKS

167,066.77

OUR LADY OF MERCY DRIMNAGH

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

92,282.00

WESLEY COLLEGE, BALLINTEER

MECHANICAL WORKS

45,019.00

STRATFORD COLLEGE, RATHGAR

WINDOW PROJECTS

25,069.76

BALBRIGGAN C C

MECHANICAL WORKS

COLAISTE DE HIDE TALLAGHT

ROOF WORKS

72,802.88

DEANSRATH COMMUNITY COLLEGE, CLONDALKIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

292,808.43

COLLINSTOWN PARK COMMUNITY COLLEGE, CLONDALKIN

WINDOW PROJECTS

117,863.67

ST KEVINS COMMUNITY COLLEGE, CLONDALKIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

192,315.85

DUN LAOGHAIRE COLLEGE OF FURTHER EDUCATION

MECHANICAL WORKS

15,910.00

LUCAN V S

WINDOW PROJECTS

65,976.97

RIVERSDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, BLANCHARDSTOWN

MECHANICAL WORKS

251,205.94

COLAISTE CHILLIAN

MECHANICAL WORKS

191,532.58

STILLORGAN COLLEGE OF FURTHER EDUCATION

WINDOW PROJECTS

104,737.00

ST FINIANS C C

ROOF WORKS

FINGAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

71,791.35

GREENHILLS COLLEGE

MECHANICAL WORKS

232,950.05

FIRHOUSE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

WINDOW PROJECTS

186,846.35

JOBSTOWN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

ROOF WORKS

140,000.00

ST KEVINS COMMUNITY COLLEGE, CRUMLIN

TOILET FACILITIES

16,629.38

CRUMLIN COLLEGE OF FURTHER EDUCATION

TOILET FACILITIES

58,350.49

COLAISTE EOIN, FINGLAS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

232,400.17

COLAISTE IDE, FINGLAS WEST

ELECTRICAL WORKS

400,157.91

RINGSEND TECHNICAL INSTITUTE

MECHANICAL WORKS

102,020.22

KILLESTER COLLEGE OF FURTHER EDUCATION

MECHANICAL WORKS

270,871.08

KYLEMORE COLLEGE BALLYFERMOT

TOILET FACILITIES

88,835.68

MARION COLLEGE, FAIRVIEW

TOILET FACILITIES

106,464.61

ST MACDARAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE, TEMPLEOGUE

TOILET FACILITIES

215,375.93

RATHMINES SENIOR COLLEGE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

127,215.40

BALLSBRIDGE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS STUDIES

MECHANICAL WORKS

191,260.75

PEARSE COLLEGE, CRUMLIN

TOILET FACILITIES

174,915.00

PLUNKET COLLEGE, WHITEHALL

ROOF WORKS

94,217.06

WHITEHALL HSE SEN SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

66,871.43

MARGARET AYLWARD COLLEGE

WINDOW PROJECTS

145,706.00

COLAISTE DHULAIGH, COOLOCK

ELECTRICAL WORKS

234,466.62

LIBERTIES COLLEGE

WINDOW PROJECTS

186,481.69

BALLYFERMOT COLLEGE OF FURTHER EDUCATION

MECHANICAL WORKS

241,746.13

COLAISTE LAN GAEILGE AN GHRAINSEACH

ROOF WORKS

110,420.94

PRESENTATION COLLEGE TERENURE

TOILET FACILITIES

81,248.44

TRINITY COMPREHENSIVE

ROOF WORKS

237,796.88

SCOIL PHOBAIL CHUIL MHIN

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

311,728.52

THE DONAHIES COMMUNITY SCHOOL, STREAMVILLE ROAD

WINDOW PROJECTS

232,820.87

PORTMARNOCK COMMUNITY SCHOOL

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

72,360.04

MALAHIDE COMMUNITY SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

147,578.70

HOLY CHILD C S SALLYNOGGIN

WINDOW PROJECTS

57,295.86

ST MARKS SPRINGFIELD, TALLAGHT

WINDOW PROJECTS

200,221.93

TALLAGHT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

TOILET FACILITIES

29,944.79

OLD BAWN COMMUNITY SCHOOL, TALLAGHT

WINDOW PROJECTS

249,952.30

ST AIDENS BROOKFIELD, TALLAGHT

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

68,519.70

ST TIERNANS COMMUNITY COLLEGE, BALALLY

ELECTRICAL WORKS

203,487.35

TOTAL DUBLIN

14,836,155.35

GALWAY

PRESENTATION COLLEGE, ATHENRY

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

178,000.00

ST JOSEPHS GARBALLY

WINDOW PROJECTS

188,842.00

COLAISTE MHUIRE, BALLYGAR

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

113,500.00

ST JOSEOHS NUNS ISLAND

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

266,640.40

DOMINICAN COLLEGE TAYLORS’ HILL

MECHANICAL WORKS

91,303.00

JESUS & MARY SECONDARY SCHOOL, THREADNEEDLE ROAD

ROOF WORKS

52,300.00

PRESENTATION COLLEGE, HEADFORD

TOILET FACILITIES

60,980.23

HOLY ROSARY COLLEGE, MOUNTBELLEW

TOILET FACILITIES

177,000.00

CALASANCTIUS COLLEGE ORANMORE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

35,056.00

ST JARLATH’S COLLEGE, TUAM

TOILET FACILITIES

ST BRIGID’S TUAM

ROOF WORKS

110,160.00

PRESENTATION COLLEGE CURRYLEA

WINDOW PROJECTS

174,000.00

ST JARLATHS COLLEGE

TOILET FACILITIES

94,024.64

ST JARLATHS VOCATIONAL SCHOOL, MOUNTBELLEW

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

49,045.00

GAIRM SCOIL CHILLEAIN NAOFA, BALLINASLOE

ROOF WORKS

56,000.00

GAIRMSCOIL FHEICHIN NAOFA

MECHANICAL WORKS

54,186.00

COLAISTE GHOBNAIT INIS OIRR

MECHANICAL WORKS

77,756.11

GALWAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE, WELLPARK

WINDOW PROJECTS

171,441.92

SCOIL CHUIMSITHEACH CHIARAIN, AN CHEATHRU RUA

TOILET FACILITIES

70,540.68

TOTAL GALWAY

2,020,775.98

KERRY

ST JOSEPHS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BALLYBUNION

MECHANICAL WORKS

58,528.84

MEANSCOIL PHADRAIG NAOFA, CASTLEISLAND

TOILET FACILITIES

54,736.59

MEAN SCOIL NAOMH JOSEPH, CASTLEISLAND

ROOF WORKS

214,362.00

ST BRENDANS COLLEGE, CILL AIRNE

WINDOW PROJECTS

221,650.20

INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL KILLORGLIN

ELECTRICAL WORKS

73,440.00

ST MICHAELS COLLEGE

WINDOW PROJECTS

189,648.48

PRESENTATION S.S. MILLTOWN, KILLARNEY

ELECTRICAL WORKS

100,000.00

PRESENTATION SECONDARY SCHOOL TRALEE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

50,000.00

MOUNT HAWK SCHOOL, TRALEE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

234,239.39

KILLORGLIN C C

ROOF WORKS

267,000.00

LISTOWEL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

58,800.00

CASTLEISLAND V S

ELECTRICAL WORKS

16,227.40

CAUSEWAY C C, TRALEE

MECHANICAL WORKS

59,500.00

TRALEE CC

ELECTRICAL WORKS

410,000.00

GAELCHOLAISTE CHIARRAI, TRALEE

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

RATHMORE COMMUNITY SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

21,964.52

DINGLE CS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

722.93

TOTAL KERRY

2,030,820.35

KILDARE

SALESIAN SECONDARY SCHOOL, CELLBRIDGE

ROOF WORKS

264,930.40

CROSS AND PASSION COLLEGE, KILCULLEN

ELECTRICAL WORKS

216,000.00

SCOIL DARA KILCOCK

TOILET FACILITIES

41,200.00

ST PAUL’S MONASTEREVIN

ROOF WORKS

146,932.97

COLAISTE NAOMH MHUIRE, NAAS

WINDOW PROJECTS

222,575.75

CURRAGH POST PRIMARY

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

11,371.00

COLAISTE LORCAIN CASTLEDERMOT

WINDOW PROJECTS

240,279.00

VOCATIONAL SCHOOL KILDARE COLLEGE OF FURTHER STUDIES

WINDOW PROJECTS

89,421.26

CONFEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

WINDOW PROJECTS

194,500.00

ST FARNANS POST PRIMARY SCHOOL, PROSPEROUS

TOILET FACILITIES

21,600.00

RATHANGAN POST PRIMARY SCHOOL

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

TOTAL KILDARE

1,448,810.38

KILKENNY

COLAISTE EAMANN RIS, CALLAN

MECHANICAL WORKS

42,524.00

CBS KILKENNY

ELECTRICAL WORKS

100,823.72

ST KIERANS COLLEGE KILKENNY

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

140,607.40

KILKENNY COLLEGE

MECHANICAL WORKS

62,334.49

COLAISTE AIREAGAIL BALLYHALE

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

23,156.07

DUISKE COLLEGE GRAIGNAMANAGH

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

34,100.00

COLAISTE MHUIRE JOHNSTOWN VS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

51,500.00

CITY TECHNICAL SCHOOL, NEW STREET, KILKENNY

ROOF WORKS

200,000.00

CASTLECOMER COMMUNITY SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

177,981.35

TOTAL KILKENNY

833,027.03

LAOIS

CLONASLEE VOCATIONAL SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

34,977.45

MOUNTMELLICK COMMUNITY SCHOOL

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

83,565.21

HEYWOOD COMMUNITY SCHOOL, BALLINAKILL

WINDOW PROJECTS

104,792.37

TOTAL LAOIS

223,335.03

LEITRIM

CARRIGALLEN V S

ROOF WORKS

83,474.00

DRUMKEERIN VS

TOILET FACILITIES

72,669.03

DRUMSHAMBO V.S.

TOILET FACILITIES

161,360.85

SCOIL CHUIMSITHEACH NAOMH CLAR

TOILET FACILITIES

63,146.76

TOTAL LEITRIM

380,650.64

LIMERICK

SALEASIAN SECONDARY SCHOOL, PALLASKENRY

WINDOW PROJECTS

89,075.00

PRESENTATION CONVENT, SEXTON STREET

TOILET FACILITIES

81,664.35

LAUREL HILL, NORTH CIRCULAR ROAD

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

76,469.00

SALESIAN SEC SCHOOL, NORTH CIRCULAR ROAD

MECHANICAL WORKS

30,236.12

ARD SCOIL MHUIRE CORBALLY

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

148,278.00

SCOIL CARMEL LIMERICK, O’CONNELL AVENUE

MECHANICAL WORKS

50,353.28

ASKEATON COMMUNITY COLLEGE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

4,375.00

DESMOND COLLEGE, NEWCASTLEWEST

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

37,750.00

LIMERICK SENIOR COLLEGE, MULGRADE STREET

WINDOW PROJECTS

56,787.94

MERCY C C RATHKEALE VS

MECHANICAL WORKS

36,699.76

COLAISTE IOSAEF, KILMALLOCK

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

17,755.98

CRESCENT COLLEGE COMPREHENSIVE, DOORADOYLE

WINDOW PROJECTS

227,300.72

JOHN THE BAPTIST COMMUNITY SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

108,205.75

TOTAL LIMERICK

964,950.90

LONGFORD

CNOC MHUIRE, GRANARD

WINDOW PROJECTS

72,300.00

ARDSCOIL PHADRAIG, GRANARD

WINDOW PROJECTS

45,704.00

TEMPLEMICHAELCOLLEGE

WINDOW PROJECTS

73,334.00

MOYNE C S

ROOF WORKS

295,438.82

TOTAL LONGFORD

486,776.82

LOUTH

ST JOSEPHS, DROGHEDA

ELECTRICAL WORKS

378,767.43

OUR LADY’S COLLEGE GREENHILLS, DROGHEDA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

79,969.00

COLAISTE RIS, DUN DEALGAN

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

358,533.42

ST MARY’S COLLEGE, DUNDALK

TOILET FACILITIES

154,362.12

DE LA SALLE COLLEGE

ROOF WORKS

573,600.00

ST VINCENTS SECONDARY SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

64,874.34

BUSH POST PRIMARY CC, DUNDALK

WINDOW PROJECTS

243,363.08

ST OLIVERS COMMUNITY COLLEGE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

500,000.00

OFIAICH COLLEGE, DUNDALK

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

213,775.10

SCOIL UI MHUIRE, DUNLEER

TOILET FACILITIES

138,384.81

ARDEE COMMUNITY SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

365,583.83

TOTAL LOUTH

3,071,213.13

MAYO

ST MURDEACHS COLLEGE, BALLINA

MECHANICAL WORKS

342,200.00

OUR LADYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BELMULLET

WINDOW PROJECTS

157,555.07

ST JOSEPH’S S S, CASTLEBAR

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

54,834.45

ST JOSEPH’S SECONDARY SCHOOL, MARIST CONVENT

TOILET FACILITIES

14,500.00

ST COLMANS COLLEGE, SWINFORD

ROOF WORKS

194,753.00

ST JOSEPHS SECONDARY SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

205,161.62

COLAISTE MHUIRE, TUAR MHIC EADAIGH

WINDOW PROJECTS

36,205.07

RICE COLLEGE WESTPORT

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

25,400.00

SACRED HEART, WESTPORT

ROOF WORKS

39,458.75

MOYNE V S, BALLINA

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

33,286.33

MC HALE COLLEGE ACHILL

WINDOW PROJECTS

58,563.32

ST TIERNAN’S COLLEGE, CROSSMOLINA

TOILET FACILITIES

144,000.00

WESTPORT V.S.

TOILET FACILITIES

50,947.31

DAVITT COLLEGE CASTLEBAR

TOILET FACILITIES

86,400.00

BALLYHAUNIS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

26,149.98

BALLINROBE COMMUNITY SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

43,985.55

ST LOUIS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

59,485.61

TOTAL MAYO

1,572,886.06

MEATH

ST PATRICKS CLASSICAL, MOATLANDS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

49,130.00

ST JOSEPHS SECONDARY SCHOOL NAVAN

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

346,031.43

EUREKA SECONDARY SCHOOL

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

107,777.45

SCOIL MHUIRE COM TRIM

ELECTRICAL WORKS

296,437.83

ST PETER’S COLLEGE, DUNBOYNE

WINDOW PROJECTS

196,627.00

ST OLIVERS POST PRIMARY, KELLS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

13,746.65

COLAISTE PHOBAIL

ROOF WORKS

205,997.17

BEAUFORT NAVAN

ROOF WORKS

159,572.15

RATHOATH C C

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

87,000.00

ASHBOURNE COMMUNITY SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

540,654.42

TOTAL MEATH

2,002,974.10

MONAGHAN

ST LOUIS SS CARRICKMACROSS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

395,594.94

OUR LADYS SEC SCHOOL, CASTLEBLANEY

ELECTRICAL WORKS

214,002.00

ST McCARTANS COLLEGE

TOILET FACILITIES

172,041.78

ST LOUIS S.S. MONAGHAN

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

40,170.74

MONAGHAN COLLEGIATE, CORLATT

TOILET FACILITIES

116,252.50

BALLYBAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

662,178.81

CASTLEBLANEY COLLEGE

TOILET FACILITIES

273,359.19

BEECHILL V S

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

430,652.43

TOTAL MONAGHAN

2,304,252.39

OFFALY

ST MARYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, EDENDERRY

ROOF WORKS

270,000.00

SACRED HEART SECONDARY SCHOOL, TULLAMORE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

100,400.00

KILLINA, RAHAN, TULLAMORE

ROOF WORKS

69,448.00

CLARA V S

ELECTRICAL WORKS

52,949.75

OAKLANDS COLLEGE, EDENDERRY

ROOF WORKS

205,876.97

TOTAL OFFALY

698,674.72

ROSCOMMON

ELPHIN V S

ROOF WORKS

21,930.00

ROSCOMMON C C

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

94,826.55

CASTLEREA C.S.

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

27,240.00

TOTAL ROSCOMMON

143,996.55

SLIGO

ST MARYS COLLEGE, BALLYSADARE

ROOF WORKS

39,665.20

COLAISTE MHUIRE, BALLYMOTE

ROOF WORKS

46,859.26

JESUS & MARY, ENNISCRONE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

181,758.50

URSULINE COLLEGE

WINDOW PROJECTS

36,700.00

MERCY COLLEGE SLIGO

WINDOW PROJECTS

53,143.97

SLIGO GRAMMAR SCHOOL, THE MALL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

183,000.00

COOLA V.S., SOOEY, VIA BOYLE

MECHANICAL WORKS

120,510.48

GRANGE C C

ROOF WORKS

50,080.18

BALLINODE VS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

102,878.93

TOTAL SLIGO

814,596.52

TIPPERARY

ST JOSEPH’S COLLEGE

TOILET FACILITIES

17,339.71

ROCKWELL COLLEGE

ROOF WORKS

70,327.59

ARD SCOIL NA MBRAITHRE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

51,070.92

LORETO SECONDARY SCHOOL

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

33,021.00

PATRICIAN PRESENATION SECONDARY SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

53,644.73

ST MARY’S SECONDARY SCHOOL NENAGH

ROOF WORKS

348,377.47

CISTERCIAN COLLEGE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

50,014.06

PRESENTATION SECONDARY SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

279,169.36

URSULINE SEC SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

66,099.70

ST ANNE’S S.S. ROSANNA RD

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

100,562.75

COMERAGH COLLEGE

WINDOW PROJECTS

92,600.00

SCOIL RUAIN

ELECTRICAL WORKS

56,561.55

NEWPORT V S

ELECTRICAL WORKS

35,629.28

ST SHEELANS TEMPLEMORE

WINDOW PROJECTS

121,940.40

TIPPERARY TOWN VS

WINDOW PROJECTS

157,400.00

THURLES VOCATIONAL SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

45,885.17

CAHIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

82,441.74

ROSCREA COMMUNITY COLLEGE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

46,132.88

TOTAL TIPPERARY

1,708,218.31

WATERFORD

CBS DUNGARVAN

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

210,600.00

ST AUGUSTINES COLLEGE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

140,000.00

ARD SCOIL NA NDEISE

WINDOW PROJECTS

106,553.00

DE LA SALLE COLLEGE NEWTOWN

WINDOW PROJECTS

236,555.00

OUR LADY OF MERCY SEC SCHOOL WATERFORD

MECHANICAL WORKS

421,623.31

NEWTOWN SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

ST DECLANS KILMACTHOMAS

WINDOW PROJECTS

61,950.00

CENTRAL TECHNICAL INSTITUTE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

44,024.00

ST PAULS C C

ROOF WORKS

809,235.47

LISMORE COMMUNITY SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

39,725.00

TOTAL WATERFORD

2,070,265.78

WESTMEATH

ST ALOYSIUS COLLEGE

ROOF WORKS

100,210.05

ST JOSEPHS COLLEGE

ROOF WORKS

17,480.00

CONVENT S S KILBEGGAN

ROOF WORKS

81,017.51

ST MARYS COLLEGE MULLINGAR

WINDOW PROJECTS

128,375.00

ST FINIANS COLLEGE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

288,020.02

ST JOSEPHS SECONDARY SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

150,000.00

CASTLEPOLLARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

34,690.50

COLUMBA COLLEGE

MECHANICAL WORKS

228,034.04

TOTAL WESTMEATH

1,027,827.12

WEXFORD

FCJ BUNCLODY

WINDOW PROJECTS

234,000.00

ST MARY’S CBS ENNISCORTHY

ROOF WORKS

196,638.04

COLAISTE BRIDE ENNISCORTHY

ELECTRICAL WORKS

387,232.66

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS SS NEW ROSS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

184,210.50

GOOD COUNSEL COLLEGE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

97,892.67

ST MARYS WEXFORD

ROOF WORKS

200,000.00

OUR LADY OF LOURDES

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

100,000.00

LORETO S.S. SPAWELL RD

WINDOW PROJECTS

160,172.52

PRESENTATION SECONDARY SCHOOL, GROGAN’S ROAD

MECHANICAL WORKS

391,777.00

ADAMSTOWN VS

WINDOW PROJECTS

140,800.00

BRIDGETOWN VS

WINDOW PROJECTS

179,143.89

BUNCLODY VOCATIONAL SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

44,203.28

NEW ROSS VS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

93,564.35

WEXFORD VS

ROOF WORKS

178,401.30

RAMSGRANGE COMMUNITY SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

60,392.00

GOREY C S

MECHANICAL WORKS

18,965.69

TOTAL WEXFORD

2,667,393.90

WICKLOW

ST KEVIN’S CBS, ARKLOW

WINDOW PROJECTS

211,065.38

ST MARYS COLLEGE, ARKLOW

ROOF WORKS

96,482.94

LORETO SECONDARY SCHOOL, BRAY

WINDOW PROJECTS

81,100.00

ST DAVIDS, GREYSTONES

ELECTRICAL WORKS

311,936.82

DOMINICAN COLLEGE

ROOF WORKS

150,112.23

ARKLOW V.S.

ROOF WORKS

126,655.16

BLESSINGTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

18,537.73

ST THOMAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE, BRAY

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

131,611.74

CARNEW V S

WINDOW PROJECTS

61,539.00

ST KEVIN’S COMMUNITY COLLEGE, DUNLAVIN

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

54,203.90

ABBEY V S

MECHANICAL WORKS

75,175.02

EAST GLENDALOUGH CS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

274,455.01

ST KILLIANS BALLYWALTRIM

MECHANICAL WORKS

125,556.30

TOTAL WICKLOW

1,718,431.23

TOTAL POST PRIMARY SCHOOLS

TOTAL POST PRIMARY SCHOOLS

54,770,323.28

SWS and Capital Jobs Initiative Post-Primary 2011

COUNTY / SCHOOL

PROJECT APPLICATION

ACTUAL AMOUNT PAID 2011

CARLOW

BORRIS VS

WINDOW PROJECTS

COLAISTE EOIN HACKETSTOWN

WINDOW PROJECTS

CARLOW VOCATIONAL SCHOOL, KILKENNY ROAD, CARLOW

ELECTRICAL WORKS

TULLOW COMMUNITY SCHOOL

TOILET FACILITIES

60,082.08

TOTAL CARLOW

60,082.08

CAVAN

ST BRICKINS BELTURBET

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

CAVAN VOCATIONAL SCHOOL, COOTEHILL RD, CAVAN

ROOF WORKS

VIRGINIA VOCATIONAL SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

48,638.33

ST AIDANS COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL, COOTEHILLE

WINDOW PROJECTS

BAILIEBORO COMMUNITY SCHOOL

TOILET FACILITIES

189,925.11

TOTAL CAVAN

238,563.44

CLARE

ST FLANNANS COLLEGE, ENNIS

ROOF WORKS

COLAISTE MHUIRE, ENNIS

ROOF WORKS

SCOIL MHUIRE ENNISTYMON

TOILET FACILITIES

29,673.90

ENNIS COMMUNITY COLLEGE

MECHANICAL WORKS

75,970.04

ENNISTYNOM VS

WINDOW PROJECTS

ST JOSEPHS COMMUNITY COLLEGE, KILKEE

MECHANICAL WORKS

44,234.32

ST ANNES KILLALOE

TOILET FACILITIES

54,453.18

TOTAL CLARE

204,331.44

CORK

ARDSCOIL UI URMOLTAIGH

WINDOW PROJECTS

SCOIL MHUIRE GAN SMAL

WINDOW PROJECTS

33,615.51

ST ALOYSIUS COLLEGE

ROOF WORKS

SACRED HEART CLONAKILTY

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

ST COLMANS COLLEGE

WINDOW PROJECTS

146,264.95

LORETO SECONDARY SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

44,069.90

ST MARY’S SECONDARY SCHOOL, CONVENT OF MERCY MALLOW

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

9,116.41

ST MARYS HIGH SCHOOL, MIDLETON

ELECTRICAL WORKS

MOUNT ST MICHAEL, ROSSCARBERY

WINDOW PROJECTS

39,275.03

ST FACHTNAS DE LA SALLE, SKIBBEREEN

ELECTRICAL WORKS

24,842.22

NORTH MONASTERY CBS

WINDOW PROJECTS

COLAISTE CHROI RI, CAPWELL ROAD

TOILET FACILITIES

ST VINCENTS SECONDARY SCHOOL, ST MARYS ROAD

WINDOW PROJECTS

37,225.32

ST ALOYSIUS

WINDOW PROJECTS

64,246.00

ST PATRICK’S GIRLS SCHOOL, GARDINERS HILL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

34,990.90

COLAISTE GHOBNATAN

ELECTRICAL WORKS

58,132.52

CLONAKILTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

MECHANICAL WORKS

COLAISTE AN CHRAOIBHIN, FERMOY

ELECTRICAL WORKS

124,291.06

ST AIDENS BALLYVOLANE, BALLINCOLLY

MECHANICAL WORKS

144,526.16

ST JOHNS CENTRAL COLLEGE, SAWMILL STREET

ELECTRICAL WORKS

TERENCE MACSWEENEY COLLEGE, KNOCKNAHEENY

ELECTRICAL WORKS

225,929.09

BOHERBUE COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

27,755.00

MAYFIELD COMMUNITY SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

88,628.40

TOTAL CORK

1,102,908.47

DONEGAL

SCOIL MHUIRE BUNCRANA

ROOF WORKS

ST COLUMBAS COLLEGE, LIFFORD

ROOF WORKS

LETTERKENNY VOCATIONAL SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

32,334.75

DEELE COLLEGE, RAPHOE

ROOF WORKS

19,942.04

ST CATHERINES VOCATIONAL SCHOOL, KILLYBEGS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

116,506.84

ST COLUMBAS COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL, GLENTIES

ROOF WORKS

ROYAL & PRIOR SCHOOL, RAPHOE

WINDOW PROJECTS

POBALSCOIL CHLOICH CHEANNFHAOLA

ROOF WORKS

123,547.07

TOTAL DONEGAL

292,330.70

DUBLIN

ROCKFORD MANOR S.S., STRADBROOK ROAD, BLACKROCK

ELECTRICAL WORKS

91,923.75

RATHDOWN SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

MOYLE PARK COLLEGE, CLONDALKIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

126,254.43

HOLY CHILD KILLINEY, MILITARY ROAD KILLINEY

GAS WORKS

ARD SCOIL LA SALLE

ROOF WORKS

MANOR HOUSE RAHENY, WATERMILL ROAD, RAHENY

WINDOW PROJECTS

COLLEGE OF ST COLUMBA, WHITECHURCH

MECHANICAL WORKS

57,843.10

SANCTA MARIA COLLEGE, RATHFARNHAM

GAS WORKS

30,656.22

COLAISTE EANNA CBS, RATHFARNHAM

ROOF WORKS

ST DOMINICS HIGH SCHOOL, GREENFIELD, DUBLIN 13

WINDOW PROJECTS

ST JOSEPHS CBS FAIRVIEW

MECHANICAL WORKS

162,065.88

ST PAULS CBS, NORTH BURNSWICK STREET

MECHANICAL WORKS

129,845.74

ST AIDAN’S CBS, WHITEHALL

TOILET FACILITIES

25,770.53

ST DECLANS COLLEGE, CABRA

ROOF WORKS

MARIAN COLLEGE, BALLSBRIDGE

MECHANICAL WORKS

165,604.85

ST JOHNS COLLEGE DE LA SALLE BALLYFERMOT

MECHANICAL WORKS

CHANEL COLLEGE COOLOCK

WINDOW PROJECTS

PATRICIAN COLLEGE, FINGLAS WEST

TOILET FACILITIES

91,100.04

ST KEVINS COLLEGE, EAST FINGLAS

MECHANICAL WORKS

118,007.26

ST CONLETHS COLLEGE

MECHANICAL WORKS

50,610.00

DOMINICAN COLLEGE, DRUMCONDRA

ELECTRICAL WORKS

91,847.78

SCOIL CATRIONA MOBHI ROAD

TOILET FACILITIES

CARITAS COLLEGE, BALLYFERMOT

ROOF WORKS

HOLY FAITH, CLONTARF

ROOF WORKS

62,530.60

ST MARYS GLASNEVIN

ROOF WORKS

LORETO COLLEGE CRUMLIN

TOILET FACILITIES

MARYFIELD COLLEGE, DRUMCONDRA

ROOF WORKS

ST JOSEPHS SECONDARY SCHOOL, STANHOPE STREET

MECHANICAL WORKS

131,667.10

MOUNT CARMEL SECONDARY SCHOOL, KINGS INN STREET

MECHANICAL WORKS

163,335.59

OUR LADY OF MERCY, BEAUMOUNT

ELECTRICAL WORKS

50,440.30

MERCY COLLEGE COOLOCK

ELECTRICAL WORKS

97,241.38

ST LOUIS HIGH SCHOOL, RATHMINES

GAS WORKS

61,737.82

ST PAULS SECONDARY SCHOOL, GREENHILLS

MECHANICAL WORKS

20,650.00

GRANGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, DONAGHAMEDE

TOILET FACILITIES

90,569.30

COLAISTE DE HIDE TALLAGHT

ROOF WORKS

DEANSRATH COMMUNITY COLLEGE, CLONDALKIN

ROOF WORKS

188,188.24

COLLINSTOWN PARK COMMUNITY COLLEGE, CLONDALKIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

280,329.46

ST KEVINS COMMUNITY COLLEGE, CLONDALKIN

TOILET FACILITIES

72,429.70

LUCAN V S

ELECTRICAL WORKS

273,112.31

GREENHILLS COLLEGE

MECHANICAL WORKS

113,400.00

FIRHOUSE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

SPECIAL NEEDS

MOUNT SESKIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

MECHANICAL WORKS

241,432.80

COLAISTE EANNA, CABRA

ELECTRICAL WORKS

ST KEVINS COMMUNITY COLLEGE, CRUMLIN

ROOF WORKS

COLAISTE EOIN, FINGLAS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

68,915.97

RINGSEND TECHNICAL INSTITUTE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

KYLEMORE COLLEGE BALLYFERMOT

ROOF WORKS

MARION COLLEGE, FAIRVIEW

ROOF WORKS

ST MACDARAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE, TEMPLEOGUE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

49,000.00

RATHMINES SENIOR COLLEGE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

PEARSE COLLEGE, CRUMLIN

ELECTRICAL WORKS

142,460.19

PLUNKET COLLEGE, WHITEHALL

MECHANICAL WORKS

MARGARET AYLWARD COLLEGE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

34,300.00

HOLY FAMILY COMMUNITY SCHOOL, KILTEEL ROAD

ELECTRICAL WORKS

274,112.45

CABINTEELY COMMUNITY SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

118,587.00

SCOIL PHOBAIL CHUIL MHIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

232,810.20

ST MARKS SPRINGFIELD, TALLAGHT

TOILET FACILITIES

113,473.41

OLD BAWN COMMUNITY SCHOOL, TALLAGHT

ROOF WORKS

ST TIERNANS COMMUNITY COLLEGE, BALALLY

ELECTRICAL WORKS

90,575.98

ROSMINI COMMUNITY SCHOOL, DRUMCONDRA

ROOF WORKS

TOTAL DUBLIN

4,112,829.38

GALWAY

PRESENTATION COLLEGE, ATHENRY

MECHANICAL WORKS

DOMINICAN COLLEGE TAYLORS’ HILL

MECHANICAL WORKS

74,578.53

JESUS & MARY SECONDARY SCHOOL, THREADNEEDLE ROAD

ROOF WORKS

45,920.00

HOLY ROSARY COLLEGE, MOUNTBELLEW

ROOF WORKS

ST JARLATH’S COLLEGE, TUAM

ROOF WORKS

MERCY COLLEGE

SPECIAL NEEDS

COLAISTE CHOLMCILLE

MECHANICAL WORKS

GAIRMSCOIL MHUIRE, ATHENRY

ROOF WORKS

58,400.30

GAIRM SCOIL CHILLEAIN NAOFA, BALLINASLOE

WINDOW PROJECTS

53,025.00

COLAISTE NA COIRIBE

TOILET FACILITIES

GALWAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE, WELLPARK

WINDOW PROJECTS

71,399.44

SCOIL POBAIL MHIC DARA

WINDOW PROJECTS

81,396.48

DUNMORE COMMUNITY SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

139,650.00

GORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

TOTAL GALWAY

524,369.75

KERRY

MEAN SCOIL NAOMH JOSEPH, CASTLEISLAND

WINDOW PROJECTS

COLAISTE IDE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

155,206.80

INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL KILLORGLIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

PRESENTATION SECONDARY SCHOOL TRALEE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

116,405.10

KILLARNEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

ROOF WORKS

KILLORGLIN C C

ELECTRICAL WORKS

94,848.60

TRALEE CC

MECHANICAL WORKS

15,691.26

TOTAL KERRY

382,151.76

KILDARE

PATRICIAN SECONDARY SCHOOL, NEWBRIDGE

ROOF WORKS

93,100.00

CROSS AND PASSION COLLEGE, KILCULLEN

GAS WORKS

113,783.41

SCOIL DARA KILCOCK

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

36,400.00

ST PAUL’S MONASTEREVIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

38,797.70

COLAISTE NAOMH MHUIRE, NAAS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

170,311.20

COLAISTE LORCAIN CASTLEDERMOT

MECHANICAL WORKS

218,137.50

ST CONLETHS VOCATIONAL SCHOOL, NEWBRIDGE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

97,759.38

TOTAL KILDARE

768,289.19

KILKENNY

COLAISTE EAMANN RIS, CALLAN

ELECTRICAL WORKS

39,999.54

COLAISTE AIREAGAIL BALLYHALE

MECHANICAL WORKS

24,265.63

DUISKE COLLEGE GRAIGNAMANAGH

TOILET FACILITIES

17,150.00

COLAISTE MHUIRE JOHNSTOWN VS

TOILET FACILITIES

COLÁISTE COIS SIÚIRE, MOONCOIN

WINDOW PROJECTS

25,200.00

GRENNAN COLLEGE THOMASTOWN

MECHANICAL WORKS

72,213.40

CASTLECOMER COMMUNITY SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

46,036.17

TOTAL KILKENNY

224,864.74

LAOIS

COLAISTE IOSAGAIN, PORTARLINGTON

ROOF WORKS

MOUNTMELLICK COMMUNITY SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

HEYWOOD COMMUNITY SCHOOL, BALLINAKILL

MECHANICAL WORKS

159,537.09

TOTAL LAOIS

159,537.09

LEITRIM

DRUMKEERIN VS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

DRUMSHAMBO V.S.

ELECTRICAL WORKS

98,880.12

VOCATIONAL SCHOOL BALLINAMORE

ROOF WORKS

14,000.00

TOTAL LEITRIM

112,880.12

LIMERICK

ST JOSEPHS SECONDARY SCHOOL

TOILET FACILITIES

60,776.04

SALEASIAN SECONDARY SCHOOL, PALLASKENRY

ELECTRICAL WORKS

13,405.00

CBS SEXTON STREET

WINDOW PROJECTS

64,203.04

ARDSCOIL RIS, NORTH CIRCULAR ROAD

TOILET FACILITIES

ST MUNCHIN’S COLLEGE, CORBALLY

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

10,635.81

LAUREL HILL COLAISTE FCJ

WINDOW PROJECTS

SALESIAN SEC SCHOOL, NORTH CIRCULAR ROAD

WINDOW PROJECTS

SCOIL CARMEL LIMERICK, O’CONNELL AVENUE

ROOF WORKS

ASKEATON COMMUNITY COLLEGE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

LIMERICK SENIOR COLLEGE, MULGRADE STREET

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

MERCY C C RATHKEALE VS

WINDOW PROJECTS

CRESCENT COLLEGE COMPREHENSIVE, DOORADOYLE

MECHANICAL WORKS

285,607.49

JOHN THE BAPTIST COMMUNITY SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

64,574.54

TOTAL LIMERICK

499,201.92

LONGFORD

CONVENT OF MERCY BALLYMAHON

ROOF WORKS

MEAN SCOIL MHUIRE

WINDOW PROJECTS

73,248.35

BALLYMAHON VOCATIONAL SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

ARDSCOIL PHADRAIG, GRANARD

ROOF WORKS

LANESBORO COMMUNITY COLLEGE

MECHANICAL WORKS

TEMPLEMICHAELCOLLEGE

ROOF WORKS

MOYNE C S

WINDOW PROJECTS

106,229.61

TOTAL LONGFORD

179,477.96

LOUTH

OUR LADY’S COLLEGE GREENHILLS, DROGHEDA

WINDOW PROJECTS

68,500.00

COLAISTE RIS, DUN DEALGAN

MECHANICAL WORKS

154,344.40

ST MARY’S COLLEGE, DUNDALK

ELECTRICAL WORKS

30,388.02

DE LA SALLE COLLEGE

TOILET FACILITIES

147,228.26

ST VINCENTS SECONDARY SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

BUSH POST PRIMARY CC, DUNDALK

ELECTRICAL WORKS

153,744.37

ST OLIVERS COMMUNITY COLLEGE

WINDOW PROJECTS

TOTAL LOUTH

554,205.05

MAYO

BALLA SECONDARY SCHOOL, CASTLEBAR

TOILET FACILITIES

183,566.85

ST MURDEACHS COLLEGE, BALLINA

GAS WORKS

165,900.00

ST JOSEPH’S S S, CASTLEBAR

WINDOW PROJECTS

ST COLMANS COLLEGE, SWINFORD

WINDOW PROJECTS

JESUS & MARY S.S. CROSSMOLINA

ROOF WORKS

49,380.53

ST JOSEPHS SS FOXFORD

MECHANICAL WORKS

SANCTA MARIA COLLEGE, LOUISBURGH

ROOF WORKS

59,046.40

COLAISTE MHUIRE, TUAR MHIC EADAIGH

TOILET FACILITIES

RICE COLLEGE WESTPORT

ROOF WORKS

SACRED HEART, WESTPORT

ROOF WORKS

18,500.00

MOYNE V S, BALLINA

MECHANICAL WORKS

ST BRENDANS COLLEGE, BELMULLET

WINDOW PROJECTS

WESTPORT V.S.

WINDOW PROJECTS

ST LOUIS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

TOTAL MAYO

476,393.78

MEATH

ST PATRICKS CLASSICAL, MOATLANDS

GAS WORKS

22,968.02

SCOIL MHUIRE COM TRIM

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

107,877.46

ST FINTAN’S POST PRIMARY, LONGWOOD, ENFIELD

ROOF WORKS

RATHCAIRN V S, ATHBOY

ROOF WORKS

75,036.35

BEAUFORT NAVAN

MECHANICAL WORKS

299,758.80

RATHOATH C C

WINDOW PROJECTS

ASHBOURNE COMMUNITY SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

TOTAL MEATH

505,640.63

MONAGHAN

ST LOUIS SS CARRICKMACROSS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

90,229.62

OUR LADYS SEC SCHOOL, CASTLEBLANEY

TOILET FACILITIES

59,256.63

ST MCCARTANS COLLEGE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

70,619.37

MONAGHAN COLLEGIATE, CORLATT

ELECTRICAL WORKS

105,195.72

BEECHILL V S

ROOF WORKS

TOTAL MONAGHAN

325,301.34

OFFALY

SACRED HEART SECONDARY SCHOOL, TULLAMORE

MECHANICAL WORKS

80,528.25

KILCORMAC VOCATIONAL SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

CLARA V S

TOILET FACILITIES

32,083.91

ST BRENDANS C S BIRR

GAS WORKS

40,526.22

TOTAL OFFALY

153,138.38

ROSCOMMON

CBS ROSCOMMON

ROOF WORKS

71,767.50

CASTLEREA C.S.

TOILET FACILITIES

TOTAL ROSCOMMON

71,767.50

SLIGO

ST MARYS COLLEGE, BALLYSADARE

ROOF WORKS

40,438.19

COLAISTE MHUIRE, BALLYMOTE

MECHANICAL WORKS

80,357.35

SUMMERHILL COLLEGE, SLIGO

ROOF WORKS

CORRAN COLLEGE, BALLYMOTE

WINDOW PROJECTS

36,810.62

COOLA V.S., SOOEY, VIA BOYLE

MECHANICAL WORKS

38,366.30

EASKEY C S

ROOF WORKS

17,796.80

GRANGE C C

WINDOW PROJECTS

10,778.26

BALLINODE COLLEGE

TOILET FACILITIES

TOTAL SLIGO

224,547.52

TIPPERARY

ST JOSEPH’S COLLEGE

MECHANICAL WORKS

73,782.23

CBS MOUNT ST NICHOLAS

WINDOW PROJECTS

SCOIL MHUIRE CARRICK ON SUIR

ROOF WORKS

CBS NENAGH

ROOF WORKS

220,500.00

CBS SECONDARY SCHOOL

TOILET FACILITIES

THE ABBEY SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

COMERAGH COLLEGE

MECHANICAL WORKS

C T I CLONMEL

WINDOW PROJECTS

SCOIL RUAIN

WINDOW PROJECTS

23,240.00

NEWPORT V S

MECHANICAL WORKS

67,114.53

ST SHEELANS TEMPLEMORE

TOILET FACILITIES

TIPPERARY TOWN VS

MECHANICAL WORKS

CAHIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE

MECHANICAL WORKS

ROSCREA COMMUNITY COLLEGE

WINDOW PROJECTS

TOTAL TIPPERARY

384,636.76

WATERFORD

CBS DUNGARVAN

ROOF WORKS

78,367.49

ARD SCOIL NA NDEISE

WINDOW PROJECTS

94,260.45

CBS SECONDARY SCHOOL SION HILL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

202,171.48

DE LA SALLE COLLEGE NEWTOWN

WINDOW PROJECTS

382,536.51

ST ANGELAS COLLEGE

MECHANICAL WORKS

127,629.68

ST ANGELAS COLLEGE

ROOF WORKS

NEWTOWN SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

DUNGARVAN TECHNICAL INSTITUTE

ROOF WORKS

ST DECLANS KILMACTHOMAS

TOILET FACILITIES

RING V S

MECHANICAL WORKS

TOTAL WATERFORD

884,965.61

WESTMEATH

COLAISTE MHUIRE

SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

LORETO COLLEGE MULLINGAR

ROOF WORKS

WILSON’S HOSPITAL

MECHANICAL WORKS

145,634.57

COLUMBA COLLEGE

WINDOW PROJECTS

33,389.59

MULLINGAR COMMUNITY COLLEGE

MECHANICAL WORKS

TOTAL WESTMEATH

179,024.16

WEXFORD

FCJ BUNCLODY

MECHANICAL WORKS

142,018.40

COLAISTE BRIDE ENNISCORTHY

ROOF WORKS

GOOD COUNSEL COLLEGE

ROOF WORKS

OUR LADY OF LOURDES

ELECTRICAL WORKS

OUR LADY OF LOURDES

ROOF WORKS

LORETO S.S. SPAWELL RD

MECHANICAL WORKS

PRESENTATION SECONDARY SCHOOL, GROGAN’S ROAD

ELECTRICAL WORKS

82,959.29

BRIDGETOWN VS

TOILET FACILITIES

46,550.00

KILMUCKRIDGE C C

WINDOW PROJECTS

TOTAL WEXFORD

271,527.69

WICKLOW

ST KEVIN’S CBS, ARKLOW

WINDOW PROJECTS

50,011.08

ST MARYS COLLEGE, ARKLOW

ROOF WORKS

180,311.64

LORETO SECONDARY SCHOOL, BRAY

WINDOW PROJECTS

ST DAVIDS, GREYSTONES

ELECTRICAL WORKS

DOMINICAN COLLEGE

ROOF WORKS

ARKLOW V.S.

ROOF WORKS

88,519.61

BLESSINGTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

TOTAL WICKLOW

318,842.33

TOTAL POST PRIMARY SCHOOLS

TOTAL POST PRIMARY SCHOOLS

13,211,808.79

Schools on site

Schools complete

Schools non-Start

Schools amalgamated

Schools with overspend

Total Schools

2011 Emergency WorksPrimary Schools

COUNTY / SCHOOL

PROJECT APPLICATION

ACTUAL AMOUNT PAID 2011

CARLOW

NEWTOWN DUNLECKNEY MXD

MECHANICAL WORKS

11,200.00

FR CULLEN MEMORIAL NS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

17,630.90

SCOIL PADRAIG NAOFA

ROOF WORKS

7,597.00

ST LASERIANS MXD NS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

TOTAL CARLOW

36,427.90

CAVAN

S N BHAILE AN AIRIDH

MECHANICAL WORKS

TOTAL CAVAN

CLARE

MULLAGH NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

KILKISHEN NS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

ENNIS NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

28,906.50

ENNIS NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

COORACLARE NS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

COORACLARE NS

ROOF WORKS

ST SENANS NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

18,729.00

TOTAL CLARE

47,635.50

CORK

BANTEER NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

3,802.25

CLOGHOULA NATIONAL SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

SCOIL MHUIRE LOURDES CARRIGALINE

MECHANICAL WORKS

SHANBALLY NS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

CONVENT OF MERCY NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

KNOCKSKAGH NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

CHURCHTOWN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

SCOIL NAOMH MHUIRE

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

S N AN PHAIRC

ROOF WORKS

SN CILL MHUIRE B

ROOF WORKS

MUIRE GAN SMAL B

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

31,117.80

KILMEEN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

23,100.00

S N BARRA NAOFA BHUACH

ROOF WORKS

37,628.23

BARRYROE NATIONAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

5,884.00

S N SEAN BAILE MOR

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

SCOIL BHRIDE

MECHANICAL WORKS

KANTURK B N S

TOILET FACILITIES

15,582.00

S N IOSEF NAOFA

ROOF WORKS

ST MARY’S CENTRAL SCHOOL

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

13,882.39

MHUIRE AR CHNOC HAOINE

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

33,971.00

TOTAL CORK

164,967.67

DONEGAL

COMHSCOIL CHONMHA SN

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

13,674.61

SN ARAINN MHOR 1

MECHANICAL WORKS

13,955.00

KILLYBEGS COMMON NATIONAL SCHOOL 16608G

MECHANICAL WORKS

SCOIL NAOMH MHIN TEINEADH DE

MECHANICAL WORKS

ST. PATRICKS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

17,663.04

SN AN LEINBH IOSA

ELECTRICAL WORKS

13,796.16

SCOIL ADHAMHNAIN

WINDOW PROJECTS

29,770.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA RATH MEALLT

MECHANICAL WORKS

32,721.38

TOTAL DONEGAL

121,580.19

DUBLIN

HOWTH RD MXD NS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

14,936.94

SCOIL MOIBHI

MECHANICAL WORKS

10,195.98

SCOIL NA MBRATHAR

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

ST LOUIS INFANT SCHOOL

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

11,717.29

SN MUIRE AN SEAN BAILE

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

7,830.63

CILL COSCAIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

1,169.05

GREENLANE NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

SCOIL UI CHONAILL

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

SCOIL MHUIRE NS

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

5,000.00

MARY QUEEN OF ANGELS 1 NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

41,240.88

KILTERNAN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

ST BRIGIDS BNS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

21,000.00

SCOIL EOIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

SCOIL COLMCILLE SNR

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

7,319.75

BELGARD HEIGHTS NS

ROOF WORKS

27,705.73

SCOIL N AN CROI RO NAOFA

MECHANICAL WORKS

DIVINE WORD NATIONAL SCHOOL

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

49,700.00

POPE JOHN PAUL 2 SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

8,435.00

ST COLMCILLE JUN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

ST RAPHAELS NS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

SCOIL IOSAGAIN/MHUIRE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

14,200.00

SCOIL IOSAGAIN/MHUIRE

ROOF WORKS

24,414.86

LADYSWELL NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

SCOIL COLM

ROOF WORKS

HOLY CROSS NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

HAROLDS CROSS NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

51,541.43

ST KEVINS NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

DUBLIN NORTH CENTRAL EDUCATE TOGETHER

MECHANICAL WORKS

16,639.98

DUBLIN NORTH CENTRAL EDUCATE TOGETHER

ROOF WORKS

RUSH AND LUSK EDUCATE TOGETHER NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

TYRRELSTOWN EDUCATE TOGETHER

MECHANICAL WORKS

4,670.52

DAU 2008 SWORDS

MECHANICAL WORKS

6,567.50

HOLY CHILD NATIONAL SCHOOL 20338C

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

HOLYWELL ENTS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

TOTAL DUBLIN

337,835.34

GALWAY

ST JOSEPHS BNS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

TULLOKYNE NS

ROOF WORKS

KILCOOLEY NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

SCOIL FHURSA

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

S N MUIRE

MECHANICAL WORKS

13,457.55

SN CILLINI DIOMA

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

50,290.80

SCOIL NA MBRAITHRE

MECHANICAL WORKS

TOTAL GALWAY

63,748.35

KERRY

ASDEE NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

16,060.00

SCOIL MHUIRE KILLORGLIN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

31,595.67

DERRYQUAY NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

SCOIL NAOMH PADRAIG MEASC

MECHANICAL WORKS

SCOIL NA SRONA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

MUIRE NA MAINISTREACH

ROOF WORKS

SCOIL NAOMH IOSEF

MECHANICAL WORKS

TARBERT NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

27,132.16

HOLY CROSS MERCY SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

ST OLIVERS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

NAGLE RICE PRIMARY SCHOOL

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

23,003.11

TOTAL KERRY

97,790.94

KILDARE

SN MHUIRE C

MECHANICAL WORKS

13,900.00

CLOCHA RINCE NS

ROOF WORKS

TOTAL KILDARE

13,900.00

KILKENNY

SEANAN BOYS NATIONAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

ST BRENDANS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

GOWRAN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

ST CANICES CO ED.

MECHANICAL WORKS

18,401.80

SN CHOLMCILLE

MECHANICAL WORKS

TOTAL KILKENNY

18,401.80

LAOIS

SHANGANMORE NS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

23,970.83

SCOIL NAISIUNTA MOLAISE

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

TOTAL LAOIS

23,970.83

LEITRIM

MARIST GNS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

ST BRIGIDS NATIONAL SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

ACHADH NA SILEANN

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

DRUMSHAMBO CENTRAL

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

SN MUIRE NA TOIRBHIRTE

MECHANICAL WORKS

6,903.25

TOTAL LEITRIM

6,903.25

LIMERICK

TEMPLEGLANTINE NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

8,352.05

SCOIL NAIS

MECHANICAL WORKS

SCOIL BAILE AN AIRD

MECHANICAL WORKS

QUEEN OF THE PEACE NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

TOTAL LIMERICK

8,352.05

LONGFORD

ST MELS NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

4,938.05

SCOIL MHUIRE NS

ROOF WORKS

22,462.65

ST MATTHEW’S MIXED NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

82,753.25

TOTAL LONGFORD

110,153.95

LOUTH

ST BRIGHIDS SPECIAL SCHOOL

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

REALT NA MARA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

17,017.00

TOTAL LOUTH

17,017.00

MAYO

ST JOSEPHS NATIONAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

5,615.00

MEELICKMORE N S

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

BARNATRA NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

31,392.00

PULLATHOMAS NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

11,395.50

MYNA NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

12,409.15

ST. PAUL’S NS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

QUIGNAMANGER NS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

33,153.90

MUIRE GAN SMAL CONVENT PRIMARY SCHOOL

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

ST PATRICKS NS CASTLEBAR

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

69,222.16

TOTAL MAYO

163,187.71

MEATH

MERCY CONVENT

ROOF WORKS

SCOIL CAITRIONA NAOFA

MECHANICAL WORKS

17,258.59

ST ULTANS SPECIAL SCHOOL

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

CASTLEJORDAN NS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

10,490.90

DUNBOYNE SENIOR NS

ROOF WORKS

86,291.11

TOTAL MEATH

114,040.60

MONAGHAN

ST JOSEPHS NS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

37,898.62

TOTAL MONAGHAN

37,898.62

OFFALY

ST PATRICKS BNS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

COOLDERRY CENTRAL NS

ROOF WORKS

TOTAL OFFALY

ROSCOMMON

AUGHRIM NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

14,392.88

GRANLAHAN NATIONAL SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

26,197.19

STROKESTOWN CON NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

10,201.69

TOTAL ROSCOMMON

50,791.76

SLIGO

ARDKEERAN NS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

22,639.07

SN MULLACH RUA

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

ST JOSEPHS SPEC SCHOOL

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

TOTAL SLIGO

22,639.07

TIPPERARY

BALLYDREHID NATIONAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

PRESENTATION PRIMARY SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

SN MUIRE NA NAINGEAL

MECHANICAL WORKS

37,985.02

ROSCREA NO 2 NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

6,384.37

ST MARYS JNR BNS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

12,000.00

TIPPERARY GIRLS NS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

BIRDHILL NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

SCOIL NAISIUNTA GORT NA HUAIGHE

MECHANICAL WORKS

20,692.00

GAELSCOIL CHLUAIN MEALA

TOILET FACILITIES

S N IOSEF NAOFA

TOILET FACILITIES

CLONOULTY CENTRAL NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

29,047.90

TOTAL TIPPERARY

106,109.29

WATERFORD

SN URSULA NAOFA

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

BALLYDUFF B2 NS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

41,783.53

ST MARYS TOURANEENA NATIONAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

20,969.00

S N AN CHLAIS MHOR

ROOF WORKS

ST MARYS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

ST MARTINS SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

34,338.46

SCOIL NAISIUMTA NA TOIRBHIRTE

MECHANICAL WORKS

23,400.00

TOTAL WATERFORD

120,490.99

WESTMEATH

BRIDESWELL NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

CLONBONNY NS

ROOF WORKS

SCOIL NA MAIGHDINE MHUIRE

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

83,187.20

ST BAOITHINS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

36,225.00

SN PHOIL NAOFA

MECHANICAL WORKS

GAEL SCOIL MULLINGAR

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

TOTAL WESTMEATH

119,412.20

WICKLOW

NUNS CROSS NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

NUNS CROSS NS

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

5,000.00

GLENEALY 1 NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

CRONAN NAOFA NS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

GREYSTONES NS

ROOF WORKS

TOTAL WICKLOW

5,000.00

TOTAL ’0000000000

1,808,255.01

TOTAL PRIMARY SCHOOLS

1,808,255.01

SWS 2010 Primary Schools

COUNTY / SCHOOL

PROJECT APPLICATION

TOTAL PAID

CARLOW

BORRIS MXD NS

ROOF WORKS

251,113.25

RATHOE NS

TOILET FACILITIES

68,200.00

ST MARY’S NS

TOILET FACILITIES

31,900.00

ST BRIDGETS MONASTERY

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

193,379.00

TULLOW NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

156,654.42

ST COLUMBAS NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

64,328.87

MONASTERY BOYS SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

250,559.94

BISHOP FOLEY MEMORIAL SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

S N NMH FHINGIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

52,757.00

ST JOSEPHS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

52,138.83

Scoil Nais Mhichil

ELECTRICAL WORKS

48,239.16

S N CLUAIN NA GALL

WINDOW PROJECTS

33,400.00

SCOIL PADRAIG NAOFA

MECHANICAL WORKS

106,801.95

BALLINABRANNA MXD NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

28,637.99

QUEEN OF UNIVERSE NS

ROOF WORKS

75,341.00

ST JOSEPH’S BNS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

22,900.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NAOMH PADRAIG

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

48,011.32

HOLY FAMILY GNS

TOILET FACILITIES

88,894.00

ST LASERIANS MXD NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

48,052.00

TOTAL CARLOW

1,621,308.73

CAVAN

SCOIL MHUIRE NS

TOILET FACILITIES

32,690.75

ST CLARES NS

ROOF WORKS

119,976.87

CORLISS NS

ROOF WORKS

15,400.00

CAVAN NO 1 SCHOOL

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

21,580.00

FARNHAM NS

ROOF WORKS

63,297.20

KILGARRY N S

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

162,500.00

ST MARYS NATIONAL SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

30,272.00

BALLYCONNELL MXD NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

35,800.00

SCOIL BHRIDE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

115,257.00

DRUNG 1 NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

21,579.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA CNOC RUA

MECHANICAL WORKS

46,796.10

ST FELIMS NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

29,000.00

CNOC AN TEAMPAILL

WINDOW PROJECTS

39,090.00

SN DROM CNAMH

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

12,600.00

BAILIEBORO NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

79,850.00

SN MHUIRE

ROOF WORKS

16,184.00

S N CILLIN

WINDOW PROJECTS

26,000.00

S N LEITIR

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

20,670.00

CARRIGABRUISE NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

52,900.00

DRUMKILLY NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

22,762.93

KILMORE CENTRAL NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

39,980.80

BUTLERSBRIDGE NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

61,792.45

MULLAHORAN CENTRAL NS

TOILET FACILITIES

48,315.29

S N BHAILE AN AIRIDH

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

134,810.03

CABRA CENTRAL NATIONAL SCHOOL

TOILET FACILITIES

61,792.45

ST PATRICKS

WINDOW PROJECTS

25,293.75

ST AIDAN’S NATIONAL SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

55,911.25

ST JOSEPHS NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

20,000.00

ST MICHAELS NATIONAL SCHOOL

TOILET FACILITIES

221,160.00

TOTAL CAVAN

1,633,261.87

CLARE

CRATLOE NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

34,948.71

HOLY FAMILY SCHOOLS

TOILET FACILITIES

20,534.56

ROCKMOUNT MIXED NS

ROOF WORKS

36,200.00

S N NA CORADH

MECHANICAL WORKS

65,370.00

TUBBER NATIONAL SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

19,543.79

CLOHANBEG NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

34,850.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA PADRAIG NAOFA FANOIR

TOILET FACILITIES

32,300.00

CLOHANES NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

7,616.54

KILMURRAY NS

TOILET FACILITIES

4,200.00

KILMALEY NS

ROOF WORKS

29,500.00

SN MHAINISTIR CHUNCHE

MECHANICAL WORKS

57,338.19

BAREFIELD NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

28,051.98

ANNAGH NATIONAL SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

22,498.00

CAHERMURPHY NATIONAL SCHOOL

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

16,814.07

STONEHALL NS

TOILET FACILITIES

30,210.90

KILLALOE BNS

WINDOW PROJECTS

44,083.00

INCH NATIONAL SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

25,837.50

CBS PRIMARY SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

88,734.00

SHRAGH NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

15,436.00

SN AN PHAIRTIN MIXED

WINDOW PROJECTS

91,735.87

SCOIL COLM CILLE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

15,898.00

KNOCKANEAN NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

55,484.80

BALLYVAUGHAN NS

ROOF WORKS

13,662.51

COORACLARE NS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

59,029.80

KILNABOY NATIONAL SCHOOL

TOILET FACILITIES

23,007.00

HOLY FAMILY JUNIOR SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

29,808.94

ST MARYS NATIONAL SCHOOL

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

8,354.83

SCOIL IOSEF NAOFA

TOILET FACILITIES

43,349.28

LISCANNOR NS

ROOF WORKS

24,815.00

S N BAILE AN DROICHID

WINDOW PROJECTS

44,485.65

BALLYCAR NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

5,832.96

SN CATHAIR AODHA

TOILET FACILITIES

54,021.95

LISSYCASEY NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

17,564.91

SN MA SHEASTA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

130,622.15

SHANNON AIRPORT NO 2 NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

26,419.87

NEW QUAY NATIONAL SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

53,701.81

FLAGMOUNT CENTRAL NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

10,000.00

CRUSHEEN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

11,349.45

ST ENDAS NS

ROOF WORKS

37,500.00

ST MOCHULLAS NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

19,701.17

NEWMARKET-ON-FERGUS NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

134,152.54

ST FACHNAN & ST ATTRACTAS NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

33,000.00

TOTAL CLARE

1,557,565.73

CORK

BALLINSPITTLE NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

29,688.00

MIDLETON CONVENT NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

140,000.00

FIRMOUNT NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

21,676.20

SCOIL NAISIUNTA UI LIATHAIN

TOILET FACILITIES

73,731.92

PRESENTATION N S

TOILET FACILITIES

66,977.25

ST COLMANS NS

ROOF WORKS

225,489.75

S N SEAN BAILE MOR

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

26,009.57

LEAMLARA MIXED NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

19,607.00

S N CNOC AN BHILE

ROOF WORKS

4,153.50

SCOIL NAOMH EOIN

ELECTRICAL WORKS

60,587.88

CONVENT OF MERCY

WINDOW PROJECTS

BALLYHASS NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

LARAGH NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

32,451.71

DOUGLAS GNS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

113,000.00

DROMAHANE NS

ROOF WORKS

16,377.25

CLOGHROE NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

19,507.18

KILCORNEY MIXED NATIONAL SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

6,285.65

CLOGHOULA NATIONAL SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

9,175.25

BANTRY 3 NS

TOILET FACILITIES

98,250.00

SOUTH ABBEY NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

605.00

COBH NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

26,520.01

SN CILL MHIC ABHAIDH

WINDOW PROJECTS

76,261.70

WHITEGATE (MXD) NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

22,440.00

ST JOHN THE BAPTIST NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

27,822.70

ARDFIELD NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

30,000.00

SN NAONH ANTAINE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

30,888.00

CURRAGLASS NS

ROOF WORKS

25,000.00

RUSHEEN NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

35,910.00

ST JOSPEHS CONVENT NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

39,766.00

DROMORE NATIONAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

66,947.05

SCOIL BHRIDE

TOILET FACILITIES

39,200.00

DERRINACAHARA N.S.

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

CASTLEMARTYR NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

187,740.00

ST LUKES NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

16,359.00

ST MARYS NS

TOILET FACILITIES

14,580.00

SCOIL MHUIRE NAIONAIN DUNMANWAY

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

24,763.28

GLEANNA MAGHAIR IOCHTARAIGH

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

SHANBALLY NS

ROOF WORKS

54,269.34

SCOIL BHRIDE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

10,943.25

SN B TOGHER CORK

TOILET FACILITIES

73,693.78

SCOIL NAOMH MHUIRE

ROOF WORKS

37,311.92

SN BAILE DEASMUMHAN

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

190,265.86

CASTLETOWNROCHE NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

104,741.70

KILBRITTAIN MIXED NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

19,068.00

NAOMH EOIN EASPAL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

46,600.00

SCOIL BHRIDE

ROOF WORKS

49,420.00

DERRYCREHA NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

22,060.09

ABBEYSTREWRY NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

106,794.00

ST. MULTOSE NS

ROOF WORKS

51,944.00

SN B BHLARNA

ELECTRICAL WORKS

41,822.50

SN C BHLARNA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

5,500.00

ST FINBARRS BOYS NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

52,400.00

BALLINGREE MIXED NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

26,672.50

SACRED HEART NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

17,476.48

SCOIL GRANGE NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

22,940.00

UPPER GLANMIRE NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

110,624.11

KEALKIL NS

ROOF WORKS

20,000.00

MITCHELSTOWN CON NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

78,500.00

CONVENT OF MERCY NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

7,261.00

KILCOLMAN NS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

18,627.00

WATERGRASSHILL NS

ROOF WORKS

14,960.50

CARRIGBOY NS

ROOF WORKS

21,250.00

SCOIL CHOLMCILLE CBS

WINDOW PROJECTS

59,560.92

SCOIL NA MBRAITHRE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

150,000.00

SCOIL NA MBRAITHRE

WINDOW PROJECTS

133,659.71

S N PADRAIG NAOFA B

MECHANICAL WORKS

19,570.37

SN MICHEAL NAOFA B

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

22,449.00

SCOIL CHRIOST RI

WINDOW PROJECTS

93,176.39

SN AN CHLOCHAIR KANTURK CONVENT NS

ROOF WORKS

22,485.00

ST MARYS CONVENT G

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

45,516.74

S N INIS EOGHANAIN

WINDOW PROJECTS

10,584.00

S N FEARGHAIL NAOFA

MECHANICAL WORKS

117,041.85

SN CILL BONAIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

12,600.00

RATHPEACON NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

132,537.72

SCOIL CHILL RHADHAIN

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

11,100.00

S N ATH FHADA

WINDOW PROJECTS

30,786.70

SCOIL NA MBRAITHRE

TOILET FACILITIES

138,984.48

SCOIL NAOMH MHUIRE

ROOF WORKS

210,700.53

S N AN PHAIRC

TOILET FACILITIES

12,679.66

KNOCKNAMANAGH NS

TOILET FACILITIES

62,081.50

SCOIL MHUIRE

MECHANICAL WORKS

29,297.53

SN MOING NA MIOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

12,650.00

SHANAGARRY NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

16,179.00

MUIRE GAN SMAL

ROOF WORKS

49,500.00

SN CILL MHUIRE B

ELECTRICAL WORKS

40,624.36

GURRANE NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

15,578.65

SN GLEANNAMHAIN

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

74,966.50

OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL SPECIAL SCHOOL

TOILET FACILITIES

79,017.50

MARIA ASSUMPTA SENIOR GIRLS SCHOOL

TOILET FACILITIES

54,186.60

SCOIL MHUIRE BROADFORD NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

84,544.27

BALLYGOWN NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

98,419.00

KINSALEBEG NS

TOILET FACILITIES

18,580.00

IOSEF NAOFA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

16,800.00

BALLINORA NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

11,510.00

SN DROICHEAD NA BANDAN

ELECTRICAL WORKS

73,802.15

SN CLOGACH

TOILET FACILITIES

48,940.62

SCOIL NAISIUNTA MUIRE NA DOIRINI

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

130,047.84

BALLYNOE NS

TOILET FACILITIES

49,480.00

LITTLE ISLAND N S

TOILET FACILITIES

35,808.19

SN CARRAIG UI LEIGHIN

ROOF WORKS

232,424.56

S N CNOC NA CROIGHE

TOILET FACILITIES

29,940.97

EGLANTINE SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

30,144.00

SCOIL AN ATHAR MAITIU

WINDOW PROJECTS

75,000.00

INCH NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

3,921.00

SCOIL MHUIRE BANRION

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

101,178.63

SCOIL NA MBRAITHRE

MECHANICAL WORKS

12,250.00

S N FIONAN NA REANNA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

18,760.00

SCOIL IOSAGAIN NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

45,338.77

SN BARRA NAOFA CAILINI

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

3,543.80

KILCREDAN NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

58,750.00

SCOIL MHUIRE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

9,161.25

ST. MARK’S SCHOOL

TOILET FACILITIES

75,000.00

SN BHREANNDAIN C

ROOF WORKS

170,000.00

CAHERAGH NS

ROOF WORKS

53,499.88

SCOIL NAOMH THERESE

ROOF WORKS

159,719.35

ST MARY’S CENTRAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

227,065.90

MHUIRE AR CHNOC HAOINE

MECHANICAL WORKS

42,550.00

SCOIL OILIBHEIR NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

119,660.61

ST MARYS SPECIAL SCH

WINDOW PROJECTS

26,500.00

SCOIL TREIST

ROOF WORKS

150,728.60

SCOIL BARRA

ELECTRICAL WORKS

173,095.00

ST KEVINS SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

175,689.67

DRIMOLEAGUE NS

ROOF WORKS

15,400.00

GAELSCOIL DE HIDE

WINDOW PROJECTS

33,248.15

GAELSCOIL MHACHAN

WINDOW PROJECTS

53,766.78

DRINAGH MIXED NS

TOILET FACILITIES

73,830.73

SCOIL NA MBUACHAILLI

WINDOW PROJECTS

41,862.33

BUN SCOIL MUIRE

MECHANICAL WORKS

340,420.55

RINGASKIDDY

WINDOW PROJECTS

8,541.18

SCOIL MHUIRE FATIMA

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

26,922.23

TOTAL CORK

7,646,277.60

DONEGAL

LOWER ILLIES NS

ROOF WORKS

18,700.00

SN AN CHEIDIDH

ROOF WORKS

50,000.00

ST FRANCIS’ NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

48,137.80

KILBARRON NATIONAL SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

10,855.00

GARTAN NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

28,521.25

S N TEARMANN

WINDOW PROJECTS

67,072.50

SCOIL MHUIRE DOIRE BEAGA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

51,462.00

CASTLEFIN 1 BNS

TOILET FACILITIES

59,300.00

CASHELSHANAGHAN NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

18,450.00

STRANMORE NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

73,802.00

SN ARAINN MHOR 1

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

82,000.00

St Patrick’s NS

ROOF WORKS

67,727.96

SN BAILE NUA AN PHOBAIL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

44,079.00

ST BRIGIDS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

32,981.39

S N GARBHAIN SATHLOIR

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

29,950.00

S N AN BHREACAIGH

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

56,570.81

SCOIL NAOMH MHUIRE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

23,045.00

CLOONTAGH NS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

17,975.00

SN DOMHNACH MOR

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

30,340.00

SN GLEANN COIMHEAD

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

9,522.00

SEASSIAGHONEILL NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

24,700.00

S N FHIONNAIN

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

14,179.00

SCOIL ADHAMHNAIN

ROOF WORKS

47,765.00

ST MARYS NS

ROOF WORKS

25,760.99

SN MHUIRE GAN SMAL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

79,943.21

ST PETERS NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

19,674.00

SN MUIRE GAN SMAL

ROOF WORKS

14,200.00

SN DUN CEANNFHAOLAIDH

TOILET FACILITIES

14,158.00

SCOIL NAOMH MHUIRE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

27,370.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA AN CHAISEAL

WINDOW PROJECTS

11,400.00

ROBERSTONS NS

ROOF WORKS

27,900.00

SCOIL BHRIDE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

14,350.00

SCOIL CHOLMCILLE

WINDOW PROJECTS

30,751.00

CRANNFORD NATIONAL SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

48,767.00

ST AENGUES NS

TOILET FACILITIES

37,500.00

ST BERNADETTE’S SPECIAL SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

44,572.00

SN CHILL CHARTAIGH

MECHANICAL WORKS

7,920.00

ST MACARTANS CENTRAL

ROOF WORKS

7,500.00

SCOIL AODH RUA AGUS NUALA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

24,384.00

TOTAL DONEGAL

1,343,285.91

DUBLIN

LUCAN BNS

WINDOW PROJECTS

124,816.05

LORETO NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

47,880.00

ST JAMES CONVENT NS

ROOF WORKS

74,500.00

BALLYROAN BNS

ROOF WORKS

199,530.00

CLOCHAR SAN DOMINIC

MECHANICAL WORKS

111,411.00

GEORGE’S HILL NS

TOILET FACILITIES

124,375.98

ST MARYS BNS

TOILET FACILITIES

91,033.20

GOLDENBRIDGE CONVENT

ROOF WORKS

88,354.31

BURROW NS

TOILET FACILITIES

145,231.22

ST JOSEPH’S BNS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

15,500.00

ST PATRICKS NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

50,514.33

ST ANDREWS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

2,724.00

SCOIL MHUIRE

WINDOW PROJECTS

141,112.63

GARDINER STREET CONVENT

WINDOW PROJECTS

227,563.00

KILDARE PLACE NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

261,000.00

HOLY FAMILY NS RATHCOOLE

WINDOW PROJECTS

130,750.00

PRESENTATION PRIMARY SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

257,889.56

HOWTH RD MXD NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

32,573.20

ST COLUMBAS NS MXD

ELECTRICAL WORKS

85,226.80

CARYSFORT NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

91,332.69

RATHGAR NS MXD

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

4,000.00

S N NAOMH PADRAIGH

TOILET FACILITIES

43,691.00

ST VINCENTS INF BOYS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

211,395.21

LINDSAY ROAD NATIONAL SCHOOL 16177F

ROOF WORKS

105,117.56

ST BRIGIDS BOYS NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

277,259.00

ST BRIGIDS GIRLS NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

97,557.50

ST BRIGIDS CONVENT NS

ROOF WORKS

5,420.39

ST CLARES CONVENT NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

33,400.00

ST COLUMBAS CON G&I

ROOF WORKS

45,350.00

SCOIL NA MBRATHAR

MECHANICAL WORKS

178,872.87

ST BRIGIDS

MECHANICAL WORKS

91,848.00

ST JOSEPHS SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

81,472.53

SCOIL NAISIUNTA

MECHANICAL WORKS

23,025.00

CHRIST THE KING BNS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

16,960.00

CHRIST THE KING GNS

TOILET FACILITIES

60,308.53

CLOCHAR LUGHAIDH CAILIN

ROOF WORKS

175,120.00

ST LOUIS INFANT SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

100,000.00

SAN UINSIONN CBS

MECHANICAL WORKS

151,413.90

SN MUIRE AN SEAN BAILE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

52,538.76

LARKHILL SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

232,018.25

OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL GIRLS SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

57,383.00

MUIRE NA DEA COIRLE INFANTS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

57,383.00

CHRIST THE KING

TOILET FACILITIES

ST FINBARS NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

153,569.42

ST RAPHAELAS NS

TOILET FACILITIES

79,484.60

SCOIL IOSAGAIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

265,671.80

SCOIL MHUIRE OG

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

68,495.00

GREENLANE NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

35,270.00

SCOIL CHIARAIN

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

37,000.00

ST NICHOLAS OF MYRA NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

19,029.75

SCOIL UI CHONAILL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

215,625.00

ST SYLVESTERS INFANT SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

127,135.00

SCOIL MAISIUNTA BHAILE EAMOINN

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

2,200.00

SCOIL CAOIMHIN NAOFA

ROOF WORKS

273,465.72

CL SCOIL M NA TROCAIRE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

32,863.11

ST MICHAELS SPEC SCH

TOILET FACILITIES

122,870.95

SCOIL ASSAIM B

WINDOW PROJECTS

194,208.24

SCOIL AINE

WINDOW PROJECTS

121,606.49

NAI SCOIL IDE

ROOF WORKS

160,134.00

GLEN NA SMOL NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

8,789.00

SCOIL MHUIRE NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

142,500.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NAOMH FEARGAL

MECHANICAL WORKS

237,287.31

SN MUIRE NA FREASTOGALA

MECHANICAL WORKS

107,928.68

OUR LADY ASSUMPTION BNS

MECHANICAL WORKS

107,928.68

CENTRAL REMEDIAL CLINIC

WINDOW PROJECTS

384,137.00

SCOIL LORCAIN B

MECHANICAL WORKS

188,297.53

SN LOUISE DE MARILLAC

ROOF WORKS

217,122.70

SCOIL BHRENDAIN

ELECTRICAL WORKS

202,458.41

S N CAITRIONA C

ELECTRICAL WORKS

107,811.55

SCOIL CHAITRIONA INFANTS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

126,311.55

ST MARYS NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

36,107.70

SN C NAOMH PADRAIG

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

32,358.77

ST JOSEPHS FOR THE BLIND NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

57,712.24

OUR LADY OF ASSUMPTION

MECHANICAL WORKS

107,928.68

SCOIL NA MBRATHAR

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

16,290.56

SCOIL MHUIRE

WINDOW PROJECTS

50,732.00

SN SAN TREASA

ELECTRICAL WORKS

277,091.37

ST CANICES GNS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

53,500.00

KILTERNAN NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

253,622.38

SN BRIGHDE

ROOF WORKS

BAINRION NA NAINGAL 2

ELECTRICAL WORKS

170,198.17

BENINCASA SPECIAL SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

ST PETERS SPECIAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

199,750.00

BANTIARNA NA MBUANNA B

MECHANICAL WORKS

181,870.00

ST COLMCILLE’S BNS

ROOF WORKS

84,820.85

ST COLMCILLES NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

202,425.70

ST JOHN THE BAPTIST SENIOR AND JUNIOR BOYS SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

190,773.90

LORETO NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

52,605.00

SCOIL NAOMH PADARIG

TOILET FACILITIES

91,809.09

ST JOHN OF GOD SPECIAL SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

91,201.05

ST PAULS NS GREENHILLS

WINDOW PROJECTS

174,935.79

HOLY SPIRIT B N S

TOILET FACILITIES

103,878.77

HOLY SPIRIT NS

TOILET FACILITIES

100,345.26

SCOIL IDE

WINDOW PROJECTS

58,777.37

SCOIL PADRAIG NAOFA B

TOILET FACILITIES

251,013.94

ST PATRICKS GNS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

131,547.44

SCOIL FHURSA

ROOF WORKS

49,259.00

VIRGIN MARY NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

284,028.44

VIRGIN MARY SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

284,028.44

ST BRIGIDS BNS

TOILET FACILITIES

138,187.95

SCOIL NEASAIN

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

20,201.24

BALALLY GIRL’S NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

71,549.19

OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL GNS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

100,000.00

SCOIL na nAINGEAL COIMHDEACHTA

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

31,412.50

MHUIRE IOSEF JUNIOR

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

18,458.50

SCOIL NA MAIGHDINE MUIRE

ROOF WORKS

162,516.93

HOLY TRINITY SEN NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

189,910.98

CASA CATERINA SPECIAL

ROOF WORKS

7,588.54

SCOIL AN TSEACHTAR LAOCH

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

43,222.57

SCOIL COLMCILLE SNR

ELECTRICAL WORKS

221,151.91

SCOIL MHUIRE BOYS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

83,252.71

DARNDALE JNR

WINDOW PROJECTS

133,944.50

ST CRONAN’S JNS

TOILET FACILITIES

150,035.75

ST MAELRUANS JUNIOR NS

ROOF WORKS

31,106.52

NAOMH MAOLRUAIN SNR

WINDOW PROJECTS

178,235.48

ST KEVINS BOYS & GIRLS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

518,458.75

ST KEVINS GIRLS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

ST PAULS JUNIOR NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

72,217.62

SCOIL BHRIDE

ROOF WORKS

191,052.51

BISHOP GALVIN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

72,997.26

SCOIL FIACHRA

WINDOW PROJECTS

168,379.53

SCOIL MUIRE NS SHANKILL

WINDOW PROJECTS

108,190.98

SCOIL AENGHUSA JUN NS

TOILET FACILITIES

104,021.15

S N OILIBHEIR

WINDOW PROJECTS

64,260.00

S N MUIRE AGUS IOSEF

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

18,458.50

ST KEVIN’S JUNIOR SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

62,668.77

SCOIL TREASA

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

152,567.72

OUR LADY QUEEN OF APOSTLES

WINDOW PROJECTS

100,000.00

DIVINE WORD NATIONAL SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

54,472.00

S N AENGHUSA

ROOF WORKS

204,449.96

ST HELENS JUNIOR NATIONAL SCHOOL

TOILET FACILITIES

161,200.00

ST. JOSEPH’S SENIOR NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

123,184.87

GAELSCOIL INSE COR

ELECTRICAL WORKS

7,485.82

PHYSIC HANDICAPPED S SC

MECHANICAL WORKS

49,187.78

ST PHILIPS JNR

WINDOW PROJECTS

203,383.58

SCOIL CHOLMCILLE

TOILET FACILITIES

64,200.73

DALKEY SCHOOL PROJECT

WINDOW PROJECTS

277,765.00

ST MARTIN DE PORRES NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

283,406.00

ST PAULS SEN NS

TOILET FACILITIES

74,836.72

ST PAULS JNR NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

34,825.06

POPE JOHN PAUL 2 SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

18,235.00

ST COLMCILLE JUN NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

263,199.19

ST PETER APOSTLE SEN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

176,025.10

BISHOP SHANAHAN NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

107,675.57

ST GABRIELS NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

107,819.21

ST MICHAELS PRIMARY SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

99,614.96

ST RAPHAELS NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

99,614.96

LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

57,383.00

ST. THOMAS JUNIOR

ELECTRICAL WORKS

318,101.30

ST ATTRACTAS SNR NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

19,255.29

HOLY FAMILY JUNIOR NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

264,145.60

SCOIL AN CHROI RO NAOFA IOSA

TOILET FACILITIES

107,627.00

ST HELENS SENIOR NS

ROOF WORKS

63,903.50

OUR LADY OF WAYSIDE NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

83,426.00

ST THOMAS SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

73,700.74

SCOIL IOSAGAIN/MHUIRE

MECHANICAL WORKS

106,239.64

ST JOSEPHS MXD NS

TOILET FACILITIES

102,987.41

ST BRIGIDS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

123,700.10

SACRED HEART NS

ROOF WORKS

47,735.76

ST BRIGIDS/ST AIDANS

MECHANICAL WORKS

130,047.00

HOLY FAMILY NS

ROOF WORKS

150,389.28

BALLYCRAGH NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

47,136.50

SCOIL CAITRIONA NA MBRAITHRE

ROOF WORKS

46,397.84

BOOTERSTOWN NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

74,423.62

HOLY CROSS NS

TOILET FACILITIES

33,839.49

GAELSCOIL MOLOGA

WINDOW PROJECTS

42,925.00

ST DAVIDS NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

503,988.99

OUR LADY NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

182,457.88

HAROLDS CROSS NS

TOILET FACILITIES

119,994.54

ST BRIGIDS SNR GNS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

147,295.00

ST JOSEPHS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

63,950.04

SCOIL NAISIUNTA AN DEA AOIRE

MECHANICAL WORKS

161,814.00

ST DOMINICS N S

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

104,680.29

NORTH BAY NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

13,550.98

ST JOHNS NS BALLYBRACK

WINDOW PROJECTS

55,355.00

ST KEVINS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

36,858.65

ST AGNES NS

ROOF WORKS

304,563.78

MOTHER OF DIVINE GRACE

TOILET FACILITIES

30,103.00

ST JOSEPHS ADOLESCENT AND FAMILY SERVICE SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

97,329.57

ARCHBISHOP MCQUAID NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

93,580.17

GAELSCOIL UI HEARCAIN

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

126,671.89

ST BENEDICT’S & ST MARY’S NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

101,500.00

HOLY CHILD NATIONAL SCHOOL 20338C

MECHANICAL WORKS

146,876.96

TOTAL DUBLIN

21,541,230.25

GALWAY

SCOIL CROI IOSA

TOILET FACILITIES

12,460.00

ST JOSEPHS BNS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

97,976.53

SCOIL AN LINBH IOSA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

27,314.00

SN AN TSAILEAIN

WINDOW PROJECTS

15,750.59

BAWNMORE NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

18,400.52

SCOIL MHUIRE

WINDOW PROJECTS

34,500.00

SN MUIRE GAN SMAL

WINDOW PROJECTS

17,339.71

S N MHUIRE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

36,135.00

SCOIL MHUIRE

TOILET FACILITIES

91,417.28

S N EANNA

MECHANICAL WORKS

73,656.00

LURGA NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

74,806.00

S N MUIRE

WINDOW PROJECTS

63,289.95

SCOIL NAOMH SHEOSAIMH

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

35,004.90

SCOIL NAISIUNTA LEITIR MUCU

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

102,789.02

SCOIL NAISIUNTA CARNAIN BAILE ATHA ’N RI

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

113,649.75

SCOIL NAISIUNTA PADRAIG NAOFA

TOILET FACILITIES

48,720.41

S N NAOMH PADRAIG

MECHANICAL WORKS

22,572.30

SN PADRAIG NAOFA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

20,163.00

KILBEACANTY NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

22,750.00

SN ARD

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

61,198.49

AINBHTHIN NAOFA

WINDOW PROJECTS

15,746.40

SCOIL RONAIN

ROOF WORKS

50,792.18

ST BRENDANS CONVENT

WINDOW PROJECTS

30,240.00

SCOIL CHROI NAOFA

ROOF WORKS

88,600.00

PAROCHIAL N S

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

59,602.98

CREGMORE NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

12,287.31

SCOIL FHURSA

WINDOW PROJECTS

52,652.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NA CEALL TRAIGHE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

21,675.00

S N AN LEATH BHAILE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

35,800.00

SN COLMCILLE NAOFA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

142,272.92

SCOIL NA MBRAITHRE

TOILET FACILITIES

36,200.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA CAOMHAIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

10,000.00

LOUGH CUTRA NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

61,500.00

SCOIL PADRAIG NAOFA

TOILET FACILITIES

14,662.00

SN AN AILL BHREACH

WINDOW PROJECTS

41,166.50

SCOIL NAISIUNTA LORCAIN NAOFA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

77,332.00

S N NAOMH CIARAIN

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

22,136.00

KILTIERNAN NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

15,500.00

S N TIR AN FHIAIDH

TOILET FACILITIES

22,796.20

SN BRIGHDE NAOFA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

39,000.00

S N CILL TARTAIN

ROOF WORKS

4,334.93

SN PADRAIG NAOFA

ROOF WORKS

47,975.44

GARBALLY NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

33,826.00

SCOIL BHRIDE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

9,752.00

BELCLARE NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

67,306.67

PRESENTATION CONVENT

WINDOW PROJECTS

8,513.00

ST MARYS NS

ROOF WORKS

29,000.00

SN BAILE AN MHUILINN

WINDOW PROJECTS

36,320.00

SN CHOLMCILLE

ROOF WORKS

2,160.00

SCOIL IDE

MECHANICAL WORKS

42,000.00

SCOIL NAOMH EINDE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

110,000.00

ST JOSEPHS SPECIAL SCHOOL GALWAY

MECHANICAL WORKS

33,000.00

MERVUE BOYS NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

169,000.00

MERVUE GIRLS NS

TOILET FACILITIES

200,000.00

DOMINICAN CONVENT

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

127,494.64

CLONBERNE CENTRAL NS

ROOF WORKS

88,408.80

ST OLIVER PLUNKETT NS

ROOF WORKS

27,200.00

SCOIL CHAITRIONA SENIOR

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

131,500.00

SCOIL SHEAMAIS NAOFA

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

29,868.00

CREGG’S NS

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

184,121.26

SCOIL MHUIRE

WINDOW PROJECTS

38,487.00

SCOIL MHUIRE

WINDOW PROJECTS

65,237.24

ST BRENDANS NS

TOILET FACILITIES

15,590.00

ROSEDALE SPECIAL SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

21,068.00

TOTAL GALWAY

3,362,017.92

KERRY

KENMARE BOYS NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

CONVENT PRIMARY SCHOOL KERRY

ROOF WORKS

115,199.09

KILGOBNET NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

50,440.00

NAOMH CARTHACH

WINDOW PROJECTS

22,755.66

ST CLAIRS NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

LAURAGH NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

21,878.58

CASTLEDRUM NATIONAL SCHOOL

TOILET FACILITIES

40,772.00

LISTELLICK NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

51,910.76

SCOIL MHUIRE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

31,200.00

CURRANES NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

39,674.63

LOUGHGUUITANE NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

79,027.47

NOHOVAL NS

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

72,584.45

KNOCKANURE NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

32,287.27

S N MHUIRE DE LOURDES

WINDOW PROJECTS

62,500.00

FAHA NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

12,900.00

FILEMORE NS

ROOF WORKS

5,447.50

SCOIL MHUIRE KILLORGLIN NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

13,284.39

DOUGLAS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

26,280.50

SN NAOMH IOSEPH

MECHANICAL WORKS

7,540.00

SCOIL MHUIRE

TOILET FACILITIES

56,581.65

MURHUR MXD N S

MECHANICAL WORKS

46,058.61

CAHIRCIVEEN CONVENT

ELECTRICAL WORKS

23,580.68

SCOIL EOIN

ROOF WORKS

81,279.90

SCOIL MHUIRE SCOIL AN CHROI RO NAOFA

WINDOW PROJECTS

196,300.00

S N BREANDAN NAOFA

ELECTRICAL WORKS

30,383.00

SCOIL NAOMH PADRAIG MEASC

MECHANICAL WORKS

44,703.95

SN AN LEANA MHOIR

MECHANICAL WORKS

35,763.16

CAHORREIGH NS

ROOF WORKS

33,004.00

SN TUAIRIN CATHAIL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

16,668.00

SCOIL NA SRONA

WINDOW PROJECTS

16,390.23

NA MINTEOGA NS

TOILET FACILITIES

67,668.10

MUIRE NA MAINISTREACH

MECHANICAL WORKS

110,600.00

SN GLEANN BEITHE

ROOF WORKS

19,903.00

SPA NATIONAL SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

21,043.00

SCOIL NAOMH IOSEF

MECHANICAL WORKS

16,039.23

ST ITAS & ST JOSEPHS

ROOF WORKS

120,000.00

ARDFERT CENTRAL NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

63,615.87

KILGARVAN CENTRAL SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

26,366.20

HOLY CROSS MERCY SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

231,200.00

HOLY FAMILY BALLOONAGH

WINDOW PROJECTS

125,000.00

ST. FRANCIS SPRCIAL SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

55,600.00

GAELSCOIL MHIC EASMAONN

WINDOW PROJECTS

49,693.45

SCARTAGLIN NEW CENT SC

WINDOW PROJECTS

48,400.00

BALLYDUFF CENTRAL

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

103,614.31

REALT NA MAIDNE

TOILET FACILITIES

62,314.59

GAELSCOIL NAOMH AOGAIN

ELECTRICAL WORKS

184,128.78

GAELSCOIL FAITHLEANN

ROOF WORKS

65,023.92

SCOIL MHUIRE AGUS N. TREASA

ELECTRICAL WORKS

58,521.00

NAGLE RICE PRIMARY SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

35,278.35

TOTAL KERRY

2,730,405.28

KILDARE

SALLINS NATIONAL SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

45,698.91

ST. PATRICK’S NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

33,467.80

SN NA CLOICHE MOIRE

MECHANICAL WORKS

28,372.85

MERCY CONVENT PRIMARY

ELECTRICAL WORKS

244,767.27

SCOIL CHONNLA PHADRAIG

TOILET FACILITIES

40,981.57

RATHANGAN BNS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

25,255.56

SN BRIGHDE

WINDOW PROJECTS

41,800.00

ST PETERS NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

53,279.00

SCOIL NAOMH MHUIRE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

ALLENWOOD BNS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

42,500.00

BRANNOXTOWN NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

25,237.10

RATHCOFFEY NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

61,297.00

SCOIL CHORBAIN

WINDOW PROJECTS

142,400.00

ST MARYS BOYS NATIONAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

158,566.34

ST CONLETH & MARYS NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

98,745.00

TWO MILE HOUSE NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

95,190.00

SN OILBHEAR PLUNGLEAD

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

43,091.20

SUNCROFT NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

46,440.00

COOLE NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

60,173.43

SCOIL MHUIRE

MECHANICAL WORKS

72,692.98

SN MHUIRE C

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

18,971.37

S N BAILE MHIC ADAIM

WINDOW PROJECTS

12,928.41

SN PADRAIG

WINDOW PROJECTS

84,188.51

SCOIL MHICIL NAOFA

WINDOW PROJECTS

112,640.00

ROBERTSTOWN NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

42,101.00

S N SCOIL TREASA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

70,782.59

SN NAOMH CONNLAEDH MXD

WINDOW PROJECTS

133,380.00

STRAFFAN NS

ROOF WORKS

NEWTOWN NS

TOILET FACILITIES

42,106.00

KILDANGAN NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

ST MARKS SPECIAL SCH

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

160,993.38

SCOIL MHUIRE SOISEARACH

TOILET FACILITIES

31,991.14

SCOIL AN LINBH IOSA, BALLYCANE NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

63,502.84

SAN CARLO JUNIOR NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

91,767.60

ST BRIGIDS NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

105,909.73

CHEARBHAILL UI DHALAIGH

WINDOW PROJECTS

14,150.00

SCOIL EOIN PHOIL

ROOF WORKS

232,151.80

SCOIL MOCHUA

ROOF WORKS

251,485.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA BHRIDE

ROOF WORKS

54,453.54

TOTAL KILDARE

2,883,458.92

KILKENNY

LISDOWNEY NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

39,968.66

BALLYRAGGET BOYS

WINDOW PROJECTS

27,535.98

MOONCOIN CONVENT

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

4,184.00

SCOIL MHUIRE

TOILET FACILITIES

14,398.00

SKEAGHVASTEEN NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

45,900.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA LISFUNCHIN

WINDOW PROJECTS

21,190.00

GRAIG NA MANAGH

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

38,159.46

BENNETTSBRIDGE MIXED

ROOF WORKS

8,500.00

ST LEONARDS NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

22,491.00

SN NAOMH PADRAIGH

ROOF WORKS

91,285.94

S N BHREANAIN NAOFA

WINDOW PROJECTS

18,450.00

ST. JOHNS JNR SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

20,318.00

SN BHRIGHDE

MECHANICAL WORKS

46,217.50

KILKENNY MIXED NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

30,756.90

SN MUIRE GAN SMAL

WINDOW PROJECTS

111,363.16

S N NAOMH CHIARAIN

ROOF WORKS

79,799.00

SN SHEAN BHOTH

ROOF WORKS

53,625.50

SN CHIARAIN NAOFA

WINDOW PROJECTS

25,309.00

ST BRIGIDS CONVENT NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

60,378.70

BURNCHURCH NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

40,774.85

SCOIL PADRAIG NAOFA

ELECTRICAL WORKS

43,912.60

SCOIL IOGNAID DE RIS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

190,074.00

COLMCILLE MIXED NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

16,261.17

GOWRAN NS

ROOF WORKS

62,628.87

SCOIL BHRIDE B7C

ROOF WORKS

29,909.00

GLENMORE NS

ROOF WORKS

67,673.57

SCOIL NAOMH IOSEPH

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

2,596.39

SN SHAN NIOCLAS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

53,730.65

LISTERLIN NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

60,044.68

TEMPLEORUM NATIONAL SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

38,235.43

ST AIDANS NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

105,645.00

ST PATRICKS SPECIAL SCHOOL

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

23,780.78

ST CANICES CO ED.

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

150,830.00

GAELSCOIL OSRAI

TOILET FACILITIES

21,000.00

SCOIL MHUIRE

TOILET FACILITIES

43,905.16

URLINGFORD NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

40,605.00

SCOIL BHRIDE

WINDOW PROJECTS

92,499.64

ST. JOHN’S SENIOR NS

TOILET FACILITIES

55,442.00

TOTAL KILKENNY

1,899,379.59

LAOIS

MOUNTMELLICK CONVENT NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

136,230.14

COSBY NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

24,345.75

PIKE OF RUSHALL NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

33,210.97

KILADOOLEY MIXED NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

26,551.43

SCOIL BHRIDE

WINDOW PROJECTS

49,975.00

CAMROSS NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

106,257.30

MOUNTMELLICK BNS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

136,230.14

SCOIL MHUIRE MAIGHEO

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

79,775.00

ST ABBANS NS, MAGENEY

ROOF WORKS

44,515.00

RATHDOMHNAIGH NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

22,700.00

FRAOCH MOR NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

NAOMH PIUS X NATIONAL SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

9,174.83

SN NAOMH COLMCILLE

WINDOW PROJECTS

6,078.00

SCOIL MHUIRE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

20,200.00

ST PAULS NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

20,263.05

SCOIL MHUIRE

WINDOW PROJECTS

81,780.00

CULLOHILL NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

103,642.00

TOTAL LAOIS

900,928.61

LEITRIM

MOHILL 2 NS

ROOF WORKS

9,403.46

NEWTOWNGORE NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

16,261.17

DRUMEELA NATIONAL SCHOOL

TOILET FACILITIES

39,624.25

MANORHAMILTON BNS

ROOF WORKS

24,095.82

SN CORR NA GAOITHE

TOILET FACILITIES

20,600.00

SN BEAL AN ATHA MHOIR

ELECTRICAL WORKS

95,314.27

DRUMSHAMBO CENTRAL

MECHANICAL WORKS

11,808.34

ST BRIDS

MECHANICAL WORKS

24,475.81

DRUMLEA

TOILET FACILITIES

27,503.00

SCOIL CHUIMSITHEACH NAOMH CLAR

TOILET FACILITIES

TOTAL LEITRIM

269,086.12

LIMERICK

ST SENANS NS

TOILET FACILITIES

42,691.58

KILDIMO NS

ROOF WORKS

82,775.00

S N AILBHE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

144,054.32

BALLYSTEEN NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

30,578.65

CROOM NATIONAL SCHOOL

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

137,140.06

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NAOMH PADRAIG

MECHANICAL WORKS

18,152.50

PALLASKENRY NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

12,629.40

ST JOSEPHS CONVENT

WINDOW PROJECTS

49,156.06

NICKER NATIONAL SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

28,160.27

BALLYLANDERS NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

65,485.00

ST NESSANS NS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

59,043.65

ST MICHAELS NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

19,759.30

ST MARY’S BNS

ROOF WORKS

116,195.44

CONVENT OF MERCY NATIONAL SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

34,840.00

SCOIL NAIS

TOILET FACILITIES

12,517.10

SCOIL BAILE AN AIRD

TOILET FACILITIES

16,255.00

SHANAGOLDEN NS

TOILET FACILITIES

20,721.14

SCOIL LILE NAOFA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

52,776.01

MARIA AUXILIATRIX NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

25,981.64

QUEEN OF THE PEACE NS

TOILET FACILITIES

45,378.04

SCOIL TOBAR PADRAIG

MECHANICAL WORKS

45,380.36

S N GEAROID UI GHRIOBHTHA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

51,823.14

MONALEEN NATIONAL SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

93,447.81

ST MUNCHINS NS

TOILET FACILITIES

84,578.74

SCOIL MHAINCHIN BUACH

MECHANICAL WORKS

74,451.04

COURTENAY NS

TOILET FACILITIES

91,655.00

ST ANNE’S NS

ROOF WORKS

225,394.95

SCOIL IDE NAOFA RAHEENAGH

WINDOW PROJECTS

22,500.00

S N MA RUA

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

26,925.00

SCOIL MHUIRE

MECHANICAL WORKS

37,589.80

ST. JOSEPH’S BOYS NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

43,744.22

SCOIL IDE

WINDOW PROJECTS

239,112.96

CROI RO NAOFA IOSA

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

69,276.25

SN NAOMH IOSEF

ROOF WORKS

141,597.43

SCOIL CHRIOSR RI B

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

151,722.48

MARY QUEEN OF IRELAND GNS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

70,000.00

SOUTH HILL NS

ROOF WORKS

132,187.91

ST BRIGIDS NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

43,050.00

OUR LADY OF LOURDES NS

TOILET FACILITIES

48,534.61

MILFORD NATIONAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

115,000.00

CORPUS CHRISTI NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

184,200.00

AN MHODH SCOIL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

100,526.46

SCOIL NAOMH IOSEF

WINDOW PROJECTS

36,500.00

MARIA KING PRESENTATION SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

236,696.48

BRUFF NS

ROOF WORKS

53,544.00

PRESENTATION SCHOOL

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

21,335.75

SCOIL MOCHEALLOG

TOILET FACILITIES

16,400.00

SCOIL CHAITRIONA

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

87,999.04

TOTAL LIMERICK

3,559,463.59

LONGFORD

SCOIL NAOMH MICHAEL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

36,698.40

TASHINNY NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

6,500.00

ST COLUMBA’S

ROOF WORKS

36,118.00

ST BRIGIDS NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

15,719.13

ST BERNARDS MIXED NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

31,200.00

SAMHTHANN NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

24,000.00

SCOIL MHUIRE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

15,177.09

ST JOSEPHS CONVENT

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

42,988.04

ST TERESAS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

19,320.00

S N COLMCILLE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

93,271.65

ST PATRICKS NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

23,700.00

ST MELS NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

41,340.00

TOTAL LONGFORD

386,032.31

LOUTH

PRESENTATION CONVENT

WINDOW PROJECTS

67,006.86

ST COLMCILLES NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

44,197.96

ST OLIVERS NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

93,509.05

TALLANSTOWN NS

ROOF WORKS

36,149.92

WALSHESTOWN NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

65,376.22

NEWTOWN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

39,617.33

ST PETERS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

19,580.63

DUN DEALGAN NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

17,161.00

CALLYSTOWN MIXED NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

56,412.12

SCOIL NAOMH FAINCHE

MECHANICAL WORKS

156,889.76

ST MARYS NATIONAL SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

31,438.26

ST. OLIVER PLUNKETT’S NS

ROOF WORKS

64,045.09

TERMONFECKIN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

53,526.20

BELLURGAN NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

31,918.00

ST NICHOLAS MONASTERY NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

244,717.50

DROMISKIN MIXED NS

ROOF WORKS

20,870.00

ST JOSEPHS CBS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

12,304.29

CBS PRIMARY

MECHANICAL WORKS

106,823.31

ST FURSEYS NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

14,785.27

ST PATRICKS SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

61,792.45

SN NAOMH FHIONAIN

ROOF WORKS

45,516.74

SN BHRIDE

TOILET FACILITIES

12,934.93

SN MUIRE NA TROCAIRE

TOILET FACILITIES

95,467.52

SCOIL BHRIDE MXD NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

198,570.00

ST NICHOLAS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

44,013.83

SN BRIGHDE

WINDOW PROJECTS

33,836.78

SN N MAOLMHADAODHAGH B

TOILET FACILITIES

8,944.21

ST BUITE’S NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

46,000.00

ST BRIGHIDS SPECIAL SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

384,431.33

ST MARYS SPECIAL SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

104,500.00

S N PADRAIG

ELECTRICAL WORKS

53,258.20

REDEEMER BNS

WINDOW PROJECTS

85,887.11

REDEEMER GIRLS SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

85,887.11

SCOIL EOIN BAISTE

TOILET FACILITIES

116,644.62

REALT NA MARA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

63,581.00

TOTAL LOUTH

2,617,594.60

MAYO

SCOIL NAOMH BRID

WINDOW PROJECTS

44,928.84

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NAOMH FEICHIN

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

8,901.90

GLENISLAND NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

120,284.71

BEHYMORE NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

15,500.00

SN NAOMH PADRAIG

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

36,000.00

S N NA HAILLE

WINDOW PROJECTS

40,332.17

AUGHLEAM NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

110,617.09

INVER NS

ROOF WORKS

97,354.00

SN GLEANN A CHAISIL

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

5,118.77

CORMAIC NAOFA

ROOF WORKS

12,128.26

SCOIL NAISIUNTA AN TSRAITH

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

7,214.15

ST. JOSEPH’S NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

80,478.80

BARNATRA NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

31,000.00

SN DUBH THUAMA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

34,679.00

AN GLEANNA MHOIR S N

MECHANICAL WORKS

410.40

S N NAOMH PADRAIG

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

9,288.00

RICHMOND NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

25,380.00

BOFIELD MIXED NS

ROOF WORKS

45,338.40

BULLSMOUTH NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

29,463.96

SCOIL NAISIUNTA MUIRE GAN SMAL

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

8,127.99

QUIGNAMANGER NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

12,000.00

KNOCK NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

113,765.85

CLOGHAN NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

8,000.00

KINAFFE NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

45,500.00

KILLASSER NATIONAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

28,000.00

RATHLEE NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

7,559.65

MYNA NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

58,968.44

CARRA NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

8,485.00

SN LAINN CILLE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

17,200.00

ST PATRICKS NS RATHNAMAGH

ROOF WORKS

29,160.00

SN REALT NA MARA

TOILET FACILITIES

22,663.38

COONEAL NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

41,233.33

CARROWHOLLY NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

6,480.00

ST. PAUL’S NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

70,386.00

S N BEAL CARADH

WINDOW PROJECTS

53,755.81

CLOGHANS HILL NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

20,000.00

SN ATHRACHT NFA BUACH

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

28,177.03

MUIRE GAN SMAL CONVENT PRIMARY SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

130,250.00

ST PATRICKS NS CASTLEBAR

TOILET FACILITIES

101,437.32

ST JOSEPHS NS BALLINA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

56,000.00

SN ACHAIDH AN GHLAISIN

TOILET FACILITIES

28,177.00

SN NAOMH IOSAF

WINDOW PROJECTS

11,688.85

SN PEADAIR AGUS POL

MECHANICAL WORKS

57,670.00

ST ANTHONYS NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

22,950.00

KILTIMAGH CENTRAL SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

204,050.00

ST PATRICKS CENTRAL NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

64,385.86

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NAOMH TOLA

WINDOW PROJECTS

50,854.23

ST. PETERS NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

6,242.50

SWINFORD NS

ROOF WORKS

193,038.16

GAELSCOIUL UILEOG DE BURCA

MECHANICAL WORKS

53,750.90

CROSSMOLINA NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

40,000.00

SCOIL PHADRAIG

MECHANICAL WORKS

25,535.48

TOTAL MAYO

2,379,911.23

MEATH

AINE NAOFA NS

ROOF WORKS

84,364.34

ST PATRICKS NS

ROOF WORKS

71,000.00

KILSKYRE MIXED NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

47,909.36

SCOIL MHICHIL NA BUACHAILLI

MECHANICAL WORKS

55,500.00

BALLINLOUGH NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

60,708.37

DRUMBARRAGH NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

127,000.00

SCOIL MHUIRE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

97,000.00

KELLS CONVENT

TOILET FACILITIES

37,942.73

OLDCASTLE MIXED NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

54,000.00

CARRICKLECK NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

55,900.00

RATHKENNY NATIONAL SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

30,354.18

MERCY CONVENT

ROOF WORKS

30,348.53

S N PHEADAIR AGUS PHOIL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

89,900.00

KNOCKCOMMON NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

14,765.14

SCOIL CHOLMCILLE

WINDOW PROJECTS

113,828.19

KILBRIDE NS

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

17,879.20

CARNAROSS NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

32,638.34

KILMAINHAMWOOD NS

ROOF WORKS

55,120.00

ST ULTAN’S

WINDOW PROJECTS

30,946.40

SN ULTAIN NAOFA

ROOF WORKS

59,500.00

SN BHRIGHDE, MEATH HILL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

107,500.00

S N CUL AN MHUILINN

WINDOW PROJECTS

38,166.00

KENTSTOWN NS

TOILET FACILITIES

105,728.34

SN CILL BHRIGHDE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

36,162.34

S N MHUIRE

TOILET FACILITIES

7,800.00

S N PADRAIG NAOFA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

21,000.00

SCOIL OILIBHEIR NAOFA

WINDOW PROJECTS

103,017.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA MHUIRE NAOFA

ROOF WORKS

9,710.54

S N DUN UABHAIR

MECHANICAL WORKS

15,872.50

ST ANDREWS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

8,925.21

SCOIL SEACHNALL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

43,921.80

SCOILNAIS NAOMH AINE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

7,800.00

S N NMH SHEOSAMH

WINDOW PROJECTS

78,345.32

SCOIL MHUIRE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

173,000.00

RATHREGAN NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

10,021.14

SCOIL CAITRIONA NAOFA

WINDOW PROJECTS

31,977.87

S N MHUIRE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

9,600.00

S N FIACH

WINDOW PROJECTS

23,500.00

SCOIL NAOMH TREASA BELLEWSTOWN

WINDOW PROJECTS

15,990.15

RATHBEGGAN NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

42,185.52

SCOIL NAIS MAOL HOSAE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

75,777.50

DANGAN NS

ROOF WORKS

54,715.33

CASTLEJORDAN NS

TOILET FACILITIES

51,937.00

ST OLIVER PLUNKETT NS

TOILET FACILITIES

51,900.33

ST MARY’S N S

WINDOW PROJECTS

212,750.00

KILDALKEY NS

ROOF WORKS

37,000.00

DUNBOYNE SENIOR NS

ROOF WORKS

37,942.73

TOTAL MEATH

2,578,851.40

MONAGHAN

MONAGHAN CONVENT GIRLS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

51,826.29

DERAVOY NATIONAL SCHOOL

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

20,023.38

DRUMCRUTTIN NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

5,650.00

CORCREAGH NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

21,261.00

DRUMGOSSETT NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

16,261.17

BUN SCOIL LOUIS NAOFA

ROOF WORKS

253,000.00

CASTLEBLANEY CON INFS

MECHANICAL WORKS

94,253.24

SCOIL MHICHIL

MECHANICAL WORKS

54,927.67

S N BLAITHIN IOSA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

8,672.00

ST JOSEPHS NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

128,755.00

ST. MARY’S BOYS NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

75,900.00

SCOIL MHUIRE B

ELECTRICAL WORKS

243,392.30

SCOIL MHUIRE

TOILET FACILITIES

32,504.00

CLOCHAR LUGHAIDH NAI

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

46,414.00

SCOIL NAOMH MHUIRE

MECHANICAL WORKS

75,468.00

ST MARYS THREEMILEHOUSE

WINDOW PROJECTS

66,995.00

SCOIL NAOMH DEAGHA

TOILET FACILITIES

19,306.00

ST PATRICKS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

173,439.00

KILEEVAN CENTRAL NATIONAL SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

72,052.00

LATTON NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

90,000.00

NAOMH OLIVER PLUNKETT

MECHANICAL WORKS

94,333.00

SCOIL PHADRAIG

TOILET FACILITIES

67,212.84

SCOIL BHRIDE

TOILET FACILITIES

73,000.00

GAEL SCOIL ROIS CARRICKMACROSS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

76,150.00

SCOIL EANNA

ROOF WORKS

278,862.50

EDENMORE NATIONAL SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

4,397.00

TOTAL MONAGHAN

2,144,055.39

OFFALY

SCOIL NAOMH EOIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

93,821.94

KILCORMAC CONVENT NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

212,619.10

GEASHILL 1 NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

32,292.05

SHINRONE MXD NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

12,035.70

CLARA CONVENT NS

TOILET FACILITIES

67,996.25

HIGH ST MIXED N S

ROOF WORKS

112,466.25

CLONBULLOGUE NATIONAL SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

59,180.00

S N NAOMH BROGAIN

ROOF WORKS

97,705.98

ST MARYS NS

TOILET FACILITIES

121,549.00

DAINGEAN NS

TOILET FACILITIES

39,075.27

S N NAOMH PHILOMENA

MECHANICAL WORKS

311,256.50

SHINCHILL NS

ROOF WORKS

39,650.00

POLLAGH NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

42,462.50

SN MHUIRE BAINRIOGHAN

MECHANICAL WORKS

105,618.32

SN NAOMH CHOLUMCHILLE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

49,655.20

NAOMH MHUIRE NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

80,980.00

ST COLMANS NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

63,429.92

ST PATRICKS BNS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

SCOIL MHUIRE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

108,626.32

S N PEADAR AGUS POL

WINDOW PROJECTS

15,461.12

ST. RYANAGH’S NS

ROOF WORKS

71,055.14

SN MHUIRE NAOFA

MECHANICAL WORKS

260,466.01

S N MUIRE BAINRION

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

49,860.00

ST FRANCIS BNS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

53,624.49

SCOIL BHRIDE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

21,483.15

GAELSCOIL EISICIR RIADA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

33,501.90

S N CHARTAIGH NAOFA

ROOF WORKS

31,932.05

TOTAL OFFALY

2,187,804.16

ROSCOMMON

CLOONFOUR NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

5,144.82

TARMON NATIONAL SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

3,640.00

BALLYFARNON NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

21,680.00

KILTEEVAN NS

TOILET FACILITIES

19,849.49

SCOIL PHÁDRAIG

ROOF WORKS

22,662.18

ST MARYS CONVENT NS

ROOF WORKS

15,850.00

TIBOHINE NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

14,750.00

ST JOSEPHS BNS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

94,774.00

CARRICK MIXED NATIONAL SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

19,680.57

ABBEY NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

34,004.77

STROKESTOWN CON NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

23,835.00

BRUSNA NS

TOILET FACILITIES

4,860.00

NAOMH ATRACHTA

MECHANICAL WORKS

9,378.00

S N NAOMH EOIN

TOILET FACILITIES

17,792.25

S N NAOMH TREASA

ROOF WORKS

17,610.65

ST CIARANS NS

TOILET FACILITIES

21,663.98

ABBEYCARTON NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

129,669.07

TOTAL ROSCOMMON

476,844.78

SLIGO

SCOIL NAOMH TREASA

WINDOW PROJECTS

39,500.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA ABHAINN BHEAG

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

16,386.00

CULLEENS NATIONAL SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

6,615.00

CORBALLA NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

50,580.00

MOYLOUGH NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

18,700.00

STOKANE NATIONAL SCHOOL

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

14,782.00

CARRAROE NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

37,625.50

SCOIL ASICUS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

31,950.00

ARDKEERAN NS

TOILET FACILITIES

18,429.37

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NAOMH MHUIRE

WINDOW PROJECTS

41,565.75

KILROSS NS

TOILET FACILITIES

19,742.12

COOLOONEY CONVENT NATIONAL SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

27,548.89

SN PADRAIG NAOFA

WINDOW PROJECTS

20,803.56

SN SEOSAMH NAOFA

ELECTRICAL WORKS

53,000.00

S N EOIN NAOFA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

26,862.50

SN MULLACH RUA

TOILET FACILITIES

11,685.50

ST CECILIAS SPECIAL SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

58,300.00

ST JOSEPHS SPEC SCHOOL

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

31,800.00

SN MUIRE GAN SMAL

TOILET FACILITIES

25,000.00

RATHCORMACK NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

72,172.00

BANADA MXD NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

27,945.89

SCOIL MHUIRE GAN SMAL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

12,159.00

ST. JOHNS NS

ROOF WORKS

67,192.10

OUR LADY OF MERCY PRIMARY SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

179,798.64

TOTAL SLIGO

910,143.82

TIPPERARY

BORRISOLEIGH NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

25,500.00

MONARD NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

45,833.97

TIPPERARY JNR BNS

WINDOW PROJECTS

46,952.79

BALLYCAHILL NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

16,420.00

ROSCREA BNS

WINDOW PROJECTS

70,466.81

TIPPERARY GIRLS NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

38,459.94

DUALLA NS

ROOF WORKS

57,577.43

CONVENT OF MERCY

MECHANICAL WORKS

101,360.15

CULLEN NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

23,845.54

UPPER NEWTOWN NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

9,196.29

SN MHUIRE NA TROCAIRE

WINDOW PROJECTS

48,700.00

PRESENTATION PRIMARY SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

102,696.20

CREHANA NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

26,983.00

REARCROSS NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

59,507.64

PRESENTATION PRIMARY SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

35,113.19

SN MUIRE NA NAINGEAL

ROOF WORKS

205,909.08

CLONOMORE NATIONAL SCHOOL TEMPLEMORE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

48,162.90

ROSCREA NO 2 NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

117,210.00

SN Bhride

WINDOW PROJECTS

43,890.00

KNOCKAVILLA NS

TOILET FACILITIES

43,890.00

KILLEA NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

51,325.30

SHRONELL NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

86,156.69

ST MARYS NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

21,686.67

ST MARYS N S

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

56,839.00

ARDFINNAN NS

ROOF WORKS

54,548.33

ST MARYS CONVENT PRIM

MECHANICAL WORKS

89,884.89

TWO MILE BORRIS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

40,950.00

TEMPLETUOHY NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

63,977.00

CARRIG NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

37,330.00

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

247,479.36

SCOIL NA MBRAITHRE

ROOF WORKS

140,155.55

ST MARYS NS

ROOF WORKS

47,500.00

EOCHAILLE ARA NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

21,195.80

SCOIL COLMCILLE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

47,330.00

GOLDEN NS

ROOF WORKS

75,429.72

SCOIL NA MBRAITHRE

MECHANICAL WORKS

179,295.10

S N CLEIREACHAIN

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

10,566.39

S N NAOMH SHEOSAMH

MECHANICAL WORKS

164,262.71

RATHKEEVIN NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

69,000.00

SN NA MAIGHNE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

18,784.00

S N IOSEF NAOFA

ELECTRICAL WORKS

260,628.00

POWERSTOWN NS

ROOF WORKS

40,300.00

SCOIL ANGELA

ROOF WORKS

67,875.46

SCOIL NAISIUNTA AN DROMA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

12,462.92

SN NAOMH PADRAIG

ROOF WORKS

26,700.00

ST KEVINS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

24,980.00

SN IOSEF NAOFA

ROOF WORKS

36,950.00

S N RATH EILTE

WINDOW PROJECTS

42,661.93

SCOIL MHUIRE KILVEMNON

WINDOW PROJECTS

26,197.60

LISSENHALL NS

TOILET FACILITIES

41,181.82

GRANGEMOCKLER NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

42,360.00

S N TEAMPALL DOIRE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

7,044.00

SN CILL NA NAOMH

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

56,556.50

BALLYLOOBY NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

13,750.00

SN MICHAEL NAOFA

ROOF WORKS

35,289.00

KILLENAULE NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

40,500.00

ST ANNES SPECIAL SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

68,865.36

CLOUGHJORDAN NO 1 NATIONAL SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

158,772.32

SCOIL AONGHUSA SPECIAL SCHOOL

TOILET FACILITIES

32,000.00

SCOIL MHUIRE

TOILET FACILITIES

42,845.81

SCOIL IOSAGAIN

ELECTRICAL WORKS

76,631.23

CLONOULTY CENTRAL NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

38,849.00

ST JOHN THE BABTIST

ROOF WORKS

CASHEL DEANERY

ROOF WORKS

SCOIL MHUIRE

ROOF WORKS

86,599.96

NAOMH PADRAIG SENIOR

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

10,630.50

ST JOHN THE BAPTIST BNS

ROOF WORKS

597,213.06

TOTAL TIPPERARY

4,579,215.91

WATERFORD

RINGVILLE MIXED NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

25,031.90

SN CILL ROSANTA

ROOF WORKS

40,300.00

SN NA CROISE NAOFA

MECHANICAL WORKS

15,950.00

VILLIERSTOWN NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

51,699.49

FERRYBANK CONVENT

WINDOW PROJECTS

106,310.00

SLIEVERUE MXD NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

27,630.50

SN URSULA NAOFA

MECHANICAL WORKS

254,000.00

STRADBALLY CONVENT

WINDOW PROJECTS

98,550.00

SN BAILE BUILEAR

ELECTRICAL WORKS

105,681.28

PASSAGE EAST NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

38,443.00

ST STEPHENS NATIONAL SCHOOL

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

91,000.00

BALLYDUFF B2 NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

45,500.00

RATHGORMACK NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

75,370.52

SCOIL NAISIUNTA MHUIRE LOURDES BUAC 16887N

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

48,293.04

SCOIL NAOMH SEOSAMH

TOILET FACILITIES

156,995.00

S N DEAGLAN

WINDOW PROJECTS

135,000.00

S N AN GARRAIN BHAIN

WINDOW PROJECTS

10,600.00

BALLYGUNNER NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

140,090.00

S N NA BHFIODH

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

36,397.25

ST MARYS NATIONAL SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

44,447.20

S N CNOC MACHAN

ELECTRICAL WORKS

35,904.14

S N AINE NAOFA SEAFIELD

MECHANICAL WORKS

77,700.00

SN MUIRE MAGH DEILGE

ROOF WORKS

103,883.10

FAITHLEG NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

40,174.42

SCOIL NAOMH GOBNAIT

WINDOW PROJECTS

1,400.00

SCOIL MHUIRE

WINDOW PROJECTS

19,500.00

CHRIST CHURCH N S

ELECTRICAL WORKS

81,218.04

SCOIL MUIRE NA TROCAIRE

WINDOW PROJECTS

8,310.00

SC NAOMH EOIN LE DIA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

89,793.47

ST JOHNS SPECIAL SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

179,793.25

BALLYMACARBERRY NATIONAL SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

29,139.33

SCOIL CHRUIMIN NAOFA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

138,660.00

SCOIL GEARBHAIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

76,649.82

MOUNT SION PRIMARY SCHOOL

TOILET FACILITIES

150,000.00

SCOIL NAISIUMTA NA TOIRBHIRTE

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

12,423.57

PORTLAW NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

64,132.25

KILMACTHOMAS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

29,812.15

NEWTOWN JUNIOR SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

81,946.54

TOTAL WATERFORD

2,767,729.26

WESTMEATH

MULLINGAR CONVENT (JNR)

TOILET FACILITIES

65,470.75

BALLYNACARGY NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

12,500.00

BALLYNACARGY MXD NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

6,300.00

CROWENSTOWN NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

98,112.00

CASTLEPOLLARD MIXED NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

27,181.70

ST PETERS NS SNR

ELECTRICAL WORKS

38,380.49

SN PHADRAIG

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

39,447.11

ROCHFORTBRIDGE CONVENT NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

34,047.85

STREAMSTOWN MIXED NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

25,223.78

ST JOSEPHS NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

30,896.22

SCOIL NA NDUN

WINDOW PROJECTS

42,469.03

MHICHIL NAOFA NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

76,800.00

RATH EOGHAN

WINDOW PROJECTS

14,600.00

S N BRIGHDE BUACH

MECHANICAL WORKS

15,400.00

NAOMH MICHEAL NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

14,697.14

ST MARYS

TOILET FACILITIES

28,628.65

DIARMADA NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

27,950.00

S N NAOMH FIONTAN

ROOF WORKS

23,296.00

SCOIL NA MAIGHDINE MHUIRE

MECHANICAL WORKS

278,485.00

ST BAOITHINS NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

59,109.58

SN PHOIL NAOFA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

31,845.00

NAOMH IOSEF NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

63,925.20

AN GHRIANAN NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

10,006.00

KILPATRICK NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

116,694.31

CHOLMAIN NAOFA

ELECTRICAL WORKS

245,560.00

ST ETCHENS NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

21,146.25

KILBEGGAN NS

ROOF WORKS

79,591.45

TOTAL WESTMEATH

1,527,763.51

WEXFORD

ST CANICE’S NS

ROOF WORKS

121,697.63

BALLYMURN NATIONAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

116,222.04

CLONROCHE NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

35,000.00

ST. SENANS PRIMARY SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

105,074.26

CAIM NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

19,057.00

CONVENT OF MERCY

TOILET FACILITIES

115,616.63

MICHEAL STREET NS

ROOF WORKS

138,432.62

ST. PATRICKS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

21,400.00

GLANBRIEN NATIONAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

5,845.20

COURT NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

27,305.00

KILMYSHALL NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

38,401.25

GUSSERANE NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

66,500.00

ST JOSEPHS NS

ROOF WORKS

78,594.20

ST LEONARD’S NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

39,200.00

CAMOLIN NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

6,504.47

BALLYCANEW NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

39,550.00

KILLEGNEY NATIONAL SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

56,453.36

TOMBRACK NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

17,327.38

CLOLOGUE NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

13,859.50

BALLINDAGGIN NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

34,200.00

NEWBAWN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

14,099.00

BALLYGARRETT NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

108,342.47

KILRANE NS

TOILET FACILITIES

16,000.00

SN BAILE CUISIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

16,684.39

S N CILL T-SILE

ROOF WORKS

25,410.79

S N NMH BRIGHDE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

37,500.00

GLYNN NATIONAL SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

50,069.75

SCOIL NAISIUNTA BAILE UI COILEAIN

WINDOW PROJECTS

34,766.60

SCOIL NA MBRAITHRE

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

121,515.55

SN FIONNTAIN

TOILET FACILITIES

82,735.64

CASTLEDOCKNILL NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

20,431.00

S N ABBAIN

WINDOW PROJECTS

57,600.00

S N SEOSAIMH

ELECTRICAL WORKS

45,540.00

S N NMH SEOSAIMH

WINDOW PROJECTS

39,654.00

DUNCANNON NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

115,996.35

S N RATH AN IUBHAIR

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

53,567.52

GALBALLY NS

ROOF WORKS

48,617.50

ST MARYS NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

57,264.00

KILANERIN NS

TOILET FACILITIES

40,713.60

BARNTOWN NS

ROOF WORKS

191,300.00

SN RAITHIN

WINDOW PROJECTS

19,740.50

SCOIL NAOMH IOSEPH

WINDOW PROJECTS

35,197.85

MONAGEER PRIMARY SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

26,000.00

S N PADRAIG NFA

85,360.98

ST CATHERINES NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

44,005.00

S.N. BAILE AN PHIARSAIGH

MECHANICAL WORKS

181,799.98

ST. IBARS NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

223,944.86

ST IBERIUS N S

TOILET FACILITIES

52,785.38

ST JOSEPHS SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

22,765.64

RATHANGAN NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

119,351.95

SCOIL REALT NA MARA

TOILET FACILITIES

50,000.00

HORESWOOD NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

96,219.51

SCOIL MHUIRE

TOILET FACILITIES

97,512.82

TOTAL WEXFORD

3,328,733.17

WICKLOW

GRANGECON NS

TOILET FACILITIES

14,583.20

SISTERS OF CHARITY NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

100,000.00

ST ANDREWS NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

62,116.87

S N NAOMH MICHAEL

WINDOW PROJECTS

41,000.00

JONATHAN SWIFT NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

26,485.49

GLEBE NS

ROOF WORKS

25,268.86

SHILLELAGH NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

31,350.00

ST PETERS INFANTS

ROOF WORKS

69,000.00

SN MHUIRE

MECHANICAL WORKS

15,177.09

ST BRIGIDS SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

138,692.25

ST BRIGIDS CONVENT

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

68,569.26

ST LAURENCES NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

79,350.34

SN NAOMH IOSAF

TOILET FACILITIES

19,500.00

SCOIL CHAOIMHIN NAOFA

ROOF WORKS

8,329.00

ST MARYS NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

2,283.73

ST JOSEPHS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

30,760.71

ST MARYS & ST GERARDS

MECHANICAL WORKS

235,971.59

CLOCHAR MUIRE NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

61,322.76

RATHDRUM BNS

ROOF WORKS

129,120.00

ANNACURRA NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

80,744.00

SN MUIRE MXD

WINDOW PROJECTS

50,470.00

SCOIL AN CHOROIN MHUIRE

WINDOW PROJECTS

99,617.00

SN NICOLAIS NAOFA

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

9,966.47

NA COROINE MUIRE MXD

WINDOW PROJECTS

34,666.40

KILCOMMON NS

ROOF WORKS

105,600.00

PADRAIG NAOFA NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

98,033.40

CARNEW NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

117,365.00

MARINO SCHOOL

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

KILMACANOGUE NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

157,950.00

RATHCOYLE NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

38,937.00

NAOMH PEADAR N S

ROOF WORKS

93,650.84

AN CHROI RO NAOFA NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

62,854.40

TINAHELY NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

50,181.84

SCOIL NAOMH BRID

WINDOW PROJECTS

20,200.00

ST ERNANS BNS

ROOF WORKS

51,246.22

STRATFORD LODGE NATIONAL SCHOOL

WINDOW PROJECTS

18,189.75

ST FERGALS JUNIOR NS

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

12,762.28

GREYSTONES NS

ROOF WORKS

44,295.43

ST. FERGAL’S SENIOR NS

ROOF WORKS

16,392.40

ST FRANCIS NS

WINDOW PROJECTS

29,161.70

SCOIL MHUIRE NA NAIRD

WINDOW PROJECTS

40,668.00

BRAY SCHOOL PROJECT NS

OTHER STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS

28,414.25

NEWTOWNMOUNTKENNEDY NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

85,796.89

TOTAL WICKLOW

2,506,044.42

TOTAL PRIMARY SCHOOLS

79,338,394.08

SWS and Capital Jobs Initiative Primary Schools 2011

COUNTY / SCHOOL

PROJECT APPLICATION

ACTUAL AMOUNT PAID 2011

CARLOW

BAILE AN CHUILINN NS

ROOF WORKS

23,800.00

ST MARY’S NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

11,882.14

ST COLUMBAS NS

ROOF WORKS

FR CULLEN MEMORIAL NS

ROOF WORKS

110,270.51

ST JOSEPHS NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

ST BRENDANS NATIONAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

SCOIL PADRAIG NAOFA

ELECTRICAL WORKS

9,450.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NAOMH PADRAIG

ROOF WORKS

26,254.04

HOLY FAMILY BNS

MECHANICAL WORKS

86,379.51

HOLY FAMILY GNS

MECHANICAL WORKS

150,738.70

TOTAL CARLOW

418,774.90

CAVAN

CORLEA NATIONAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

37,985.02

KILLYGARRY N S

ROOF WORKS

13,968.50

KILLINKERE NS

TOILET FACILITIES

22,711.67

SCOIL BHRIDE

MECHANICAL WORKS

51,574.97

SN TAMHNACH DHUIBH

ROOF WORKS

ST FELIMS NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

28,264.88

CNOC AN TEAMPAILL

TOILET FACILITIES

22,791.01

BAILIEBORO NS

ROOF WORKS

195,380.47

GREAGHRAHAN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

27,092.21

S N CILLIN

TOILET FACILITIES

32,640.60

S N LEITIR

TOILET FACILITIES

CARRIGABRUISE NS

TOILET FACILITIES

29,333.50

KILMORE CENTRAL NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

17,072.74

MULLAHORAN CENTRAL NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

55,926.57

CROSSKEYS CENTRAL NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

37,590.00

ST PATRICKS

MECHANICAL WORKS

37,926.51

TOTAL CAVAN

610,258.65

CLARE

O CALLAGHANS MILLS NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

8,751.75

ROCKMOUNT MIXED NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

12,773.95

CLONIGULANE NATIONAL SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

9,441.74

BURRANE NATIONAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

14,081.36

SN MHAINISTIR CHUNCHE

MECHANICAL WORKS

ANNAGH NATIONAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

45,164.95

KILLALOE BNS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

47,911.47

SN AN PHAIRTIN MIXED

ELECTRICAL WORKS

43,975.26

SCOIL NA MAIGHDINE MUIRE

MECHANICAL WORKS

2,658.95

COORACLARE NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

21,297.82

KILNABOY NATIONAL SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

8,236.20

ST MARYS NATIONAL SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

27,128.90

S N BAILE AN DROICHID

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS

20,004.43

NEW QUAY NATIONAL SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

15,952.18

NAOMH TOLA

ELECTRICAL WORKS

96,803.73

NEWMARKET-ON-FERGUS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

52,052.47

TOTAL CLARE

426,235.16

CORK

BALLINSPITTLE NS

TOILET FACILITIES

S N CNOC AN BHILE

MECHANICAL WORKS

13,674.60

PRESENTATION COLLEGE

MECHANICAL WORKS

234,762.50

DOUGLAS GNS

MECHANICAL WORKS

86,226.00

FREEMOUNT MIXED NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

15,953.70

CLOGHROE NS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

ST JOSEPHS NS

ROOF WORKS

68,810.00

COBH NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

26,596.35

NEWMARKET BNS

ROOF WORKS

SEANDROMA NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

WHITEGATE (MXD) NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

32,025.00

ST JOHN THE BAPTIST NS

ROOF WORKS

RUSHEEN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

26,200.00

DROMORE NATIONAL SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

34,059.27

SCOIL MHUIRE LOURDES CARRIGALINE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

44,616.96

ST VINCENTS CONVENT NS

ROOF WORKS

RIVERSTOWN NS

ROOF WORKS

DROMAHANE NS

ROOF WORKS

SN B TOGHER CORK

ELECTRICAL WORKS

92,471.88

ABBEYSTREWRY NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

35,668.50

SN C BHLARNA

MECHANICAL WORKS

9,703.00

ST FINBARRS BOYS NS

ROOF WORKS

SACRED HEART NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

25,842.25

UPPER GLANMIRE NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

43,113.00

BOHERBUE NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

74,200.00

SCOIL CHOLMCILLE CBS

ROOF WORKS

ADRIGOLE NATIONAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

19,674.39

S N PADRAIG NAOFA B

ROOF WORKS

176,184.92

SN NA MONA FLICHE

MECHANICAL WORKS

CHURCHTOWN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

S N ATH FHADA

ROOF WORKS

SCOIL NAOMH MHUIRE

MECHANICAL WORKS

42,207.62

KNOCKNAMANAGH NS

ROOF WORKS

41,650.00

SCOIL MHUIRE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

42,649.10

MUIRE GAN SMAL

MECHANICAL WORKS

52,500.00

SN CILL MHUIRE B

ROOF WORKS

27,728.92

SN GLEANNAMHAIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

101,136.01

MARIA ASSUMPTA INFANT SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

8,225.70

ST CATHERINES NS

ROOF WORKS

101,248.00

SN CLOGACH

ELECTRICAL WORKS

41,496.00

LITTLE ISLAND N S

MECHANICAL WORKS

38,632.82

SN CARRAIG UI LEIGHIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

78,610.91

REALT NA MAIDINE NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

33,444.60

RATHMORE NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

SN BHREANNDAIN C

TOILET FACILITIES

50,786.05

ST MARY’S CENTRAL SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

34,900.63

MHUIRE AR CHNOC HAOINE

ROOF WORKS

218,762.60

SCOIL OILIBHEIR NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

112,035.00

SCOIL BARRA

MECHANICAL WORKS

43,051.75

SCOIL NA MBUACHAILLI

ROOF WORKS

39,908.14

BUN SCOIL MUIRE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

267,295.03

RINGASKIDDY

MECHANICAL WORKS

8,556.80

SCOIL MHUIRE FATIMA

TOILET FACILITIES

50,185.80

TOTAL CORK

2,494,793.80

DONEGAL

GARTAN NS

TOILET FACILITIES

ST MARYS NS

ROOF WORKS

76,500.00

SN GLEANN COIMHEAD

MECHANICAL WORKS

9,116.40

SN AN LEINBH IOSA

TOILET FACILITIES

36,959.42

S N FHIONNAIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

31,690.00

SCOIL TREASA NAOFA

MECHANICAL WORKS

62,765.50

SN DHUN NA NGALL

ROOF WORKS

ST CATHERINES SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

54,200.30

SCOIL MHUIRE GAN SMAL

ROOF WORKS

SN MHUIRE GAN SMAL

MECHANICAL WORKS

13,674.50

ST PETERS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

23,398.77

SCOIL MHUIRE

ROOF WORKS

41,783.52

SCOIL PHADRAIG

MECHANICAL WORKS

SCOIL NAISIUNTA AN CHAISEAL

MECHANICAL WORKS

ROBERSTONS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

46,377.80

NAOMH BODAIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

31,907.42

SCOIL NAOMH FIONAN

MECHANICAL WORKS

SCOIL AODH RUA AGUS NUALA

TOILET FACILITIES

25,914.36

TOTAL DONEGAL

454,287.99

DUBLIN

LUCAN BNS

ROOF WORKS

CLOCHAR LORETO N S

MECHANICAL WORKS

154,185.76

ST JAMES CONVENT NS

ROOF WORKS

56,350.00

SCOIL AN CROI NAOFA

MECHANICAL WORKS

CLOCHAR SAN DOMINIC

TOILET FACILITIES

50,010.80

ST MARYS BNS

ROOF WORKS

80,958.19

ST PATRICKS NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

HOLY FAMILY NS RATHCOOLE

ROOF WORKS

56,664.21

PRESENTATION PRIMARY SCH

MECHANICAL WORKS

92,085.00

ST. VINCENT’S GIRLS & INFANT SCHOOL

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

CORDUFF NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

ST VINCENTS INF BOYS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

CANON O HANLON MEMORIAL N S

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

58,344.99

ST BRIGIDS GIRLS NS

GAS WORKS

71,002.80

ST CLARES CONVENT NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

21,697.90

ST BRIGIDS NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

64,237.95

ST COLUMBAS CON G&I

MECHANICAL WORKS

21,883.18

SCOIL MHUIRE MARINO

ELECTRICAL WORKS

93,072.04

ST BRIGIDS CONVENT NS

ROOF WORKS

145,512.50

ST BRIGIDS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

36,646.05

ST MOLAGAS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

84,425.76

CHRIST THE KING BNS

TOILET FACILITIES

97,606.00

BALDOYLE BNS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

106,318.10

LARKHILL SCHOOL

TOILET FACILITIES

MUIRE NA DEA COIRLE INFANTS NS

ROOF WORKS

25,867.80

ST PATRICKS SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

SCOIL MHUIRE OG

ROOF WORKS

GREENLANE NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

SCOIL MHUIRE

ROOF WORKS

ST SYLVESTERS INFANT SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

SCOIL MAISIUNTA BHAILE EAMOINN

ELECTRICAL WORKS

SCOIL ASSAIM B

ELECTRICAL WORKS

63,714.06

NAI SCOIL IDE

MECHANICAL WORKS

100,214.10

MT ANVILLE PRIMARY SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

26,782.12

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NAOMH FEARGAL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

123,130.00

SN PAROISTE MAITIU

ROOF WORKS

35,929.25

CENTRAL REMEDIAL CLINIC

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

261,336.60

SCOIL LORCAIN B

TOILET FACILITIES

S N CAITRIONA C

MECHANICAL WORKS

74,201.78

SN C NAOMH PADRAIG

MECHANICAL WORKS

161,551.53

OUR LADY OF ASSUMPTION

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

SCOIL NA MBRATHAR

TOILET FACILITIES

34,490.40

ST AUGUSTINE CARYSFORT NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

265,545.75

SCOIL SEAMUS CBS

TOILET FACILITIES

MARY QUEEN OF ANGELS 1 NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

77,473.55

ST MICHAELS HOUSE SPECIAL SCHOOL

TOILET FACILITIES

KILTERNAN NS

ROOF WORKS

55,462.91

SN BRIGHDE

MECHANICAL WORKS

BAINRION NA NAINGAL 2

MECHANICAL WORKS

77,473.55

ST PETERS SPECIAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

42,543.22

BANTIARNA NA MBUANNA B

ELECTRICAL WORKS

132,513.50

BANTIARNA NA MBUANNA G

ELECTRICAL WORKS

80,980.47

ST EITHNES SENIOR GIRLS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

103,202.47

EOIN BAISDE C NAOIDH

MECHANICAL WORKS

144,343.08

ST MONICA’S NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

99,431.50

SCOIL NAOMH PADARIG

MECHANICAL WORKS

102,272.01

ST JOHN OF GOD SPECIAL SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

91,431.01

ST PETERS BNS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

178,580.61

ST PIUS X BNS

ROOF WORKS

131,774.47

ST PIUS X GNS

ROOF WORKS

131,774.47

ST KEVINS BOYS NATIONAL SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

112,042.80

HOLY SPIRIT B N S

ROOF WORKS

HOLY SPIRIT NS

ROOF WORKS

SCOIL NAIS IDE CAILINI

ELECTRICAL WORKS

213,427.35

VIRGIN MARY NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

37,820.88

VIRGIN MARY SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

24,341.36

ST BRIGIDS BNS

ROOF WORKS

22,108.39

SCOIL EOIN

ROOF WORKS

MHUIRE IOSEF JUNIOR

ELECTRICAL WORKS

SCOIL AN TSEACHTAR LAOCH

ELECTRICAL WORKS

59,236.12

ST FRANCIS XAVIER JNS

ROOF WORKS

199,892.93

SCOIL COLMCILLE SNR

MECHANICAL WORKS

ST PAULS JUNIOR NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

147,616.88

SCOIL BHRIDE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

70,102.20

ST FINIANS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

72,418.50

SCOIL AENGHUSA JUN NS

ROOF WORKS

125,779.37

ST JOSEPHS SPECIAL SCHOOL DUBLIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

61,220.46

OUR LADY IMMAC SEN NS

ROOF WORKS

57,631.70

S N MUIRE AGUS IOSEF

ELECTRICAL WORKS

114,680.58

ST ATTRACTAS JNR NS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

ST KEVIN’S JUNIOR SCHOOL

TOILET FACILITIES

42,543.22

ST OLICER PLUNKETT NS

TOILET FACILITIES

53,874.94

DIVINE WORD NATIONAL SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

60,032.63

S N AENGHUSA

TOILET FACILITIES

71,421.21

ST HELENS JUNIOR NATIONAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

51,659.62

ST MARTIN DE PORRES NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

71,567.58

ST PAULS SEN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

147,616.88

ST FIACHRA’S SENIOR NATIONAL SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

ST COLMCILLE JUN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

ST PETER APOSTLE SEN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

100,367.06

BISHOP SHANAHAN NS

TOILET FACILITIES

ST FRANCIS SENIOR NATIONAL SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

96,038.43

CATHERINE MC AULEY N SC

ROOF WORKS

79,906.28

ST RONANS NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

ST MARYS NS BELMONT AVE

ROOF WORKS

OUR LADY OF WAYSIDE NS

ROOF WORKS

56,983.50

ST THOMAS SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

207,882.58

ST BRIGIDS NS

TOILET FACILITIES

187,666.55

ARCHBISHOP MCQUAID SENIOR SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

ST BRIGIDS/ST AIDANS

MECHANICAL WORKS

143,199.72

HOLY FAMILY NS

TOILET FACILITIES

38,347.51

HOLY FAMILY SENIOR NS

TOILET FACILITIES

68,250.53

SCOIL MHUIR S IOSAF

TOILET FACILITIES

23,814.00

BOOTERSTOWN NS

GAS WORKS

63,462.33

ST JOSEPHS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

72,481.50

ST DAVIDS NS

ROOF WORKS

OUR LADY NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

ST JOSEPHS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

74,223.10

ST KEVINS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

5,904.16

CRUMLIN MULTI DENOMINATIONAL N

ELECTRICAL WORKS

ST DAVIDS NS

ROOF WORKS

ST JOHN OF GOD SPECIAL SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

14,658.42

ST ANNES PRIMARY SCHOOL

TOILET FACILITIES

79,259.74

ARCHBISHOP MCQUAID NS

ROOF WORKS

TOTAL DUBLIN

7,042,502.45

GALWAY

SN NAOMH TREASA

ROOF WORKS

31,850.00

SCOIL MHUIRE

ROOF WORKS

34,650.00

SN NAOMH PADRAIG

MECHANICAL WORKS

36,033.90

SCOIL MHUIRE

ROOF WORKS

SCOIL COILM CILLE

MECHANICAL WORKS

41,930.00

SCOIL NAOMH SHEOSAIMH

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

ST. PATRICKS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

55,253.01

SCOIL RONAIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

SCOIL BHAILE NUA

MECHANICAL WORKS

12,200.97

SN COR AN DROMA

ROOF WORKS

BALLINDERRY NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

PAROCHIAL N S

MECHANICAL WORKS

33,024.55

SN IDE NAOFA

ELECTRICAL WORKS

81,103.33

CLAREGALWAY

MECHANICAL WORKS

24,310.41

CREGMORE NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

33,600.00

SN NAOMH FHURSA

ROOF WORKS

CREAGH NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

S N DOMHNACH PADRAIG

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

SCOIL NAISIUNTA CAOMHAIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

20,114.50

LOUGH CUTRA NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

38,026.04

SN AN AILL BHREACH

ELECTRICAL WORKS

15,922.22

SN NAOMH THOMAIS

TOILET FACILITIES

3,703.54

SN BREANDAN NAOFA

MECHANICAL WORKS

13,000.00

S N PADRAIC NAOFA

MECHANICAL WORKS

SCOIL MUIRE NAOFA MENLOUGH

MECHANICAL WORKS

35,970.95

PRESENTATION CONVENT

TOILET FACILITIES

SN N BREANDAIN

ROOF WORKS

9,891.28

SCOIL NAISIUNTA CEATHRU NA GAOITHE

TOILET FACILITIES

SCOIL IDE

MECHANICAL WORKS

19,752.20

DOMINICAN CONVENT

ROOF WORKS

BALLYCONEELY NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

8,260.71

SCOIL NAISIUNTA IOGNAID

ROOF WORKS

CLONBERNE CENTRAL NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

9,100.00

SCOIL MHUIRE

MECHANICAL WORKS

SN AN AILL BHREACH

WINDOW PROJECTS

11,775.35

TOTAL GALWAY

569,472.96

KERRY

CONVENT PRIMARY SCHOOL KERRY

MECHANICAL WORKS

83,567.05

KILGOBNET NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

33,110.00

LAURAGH NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

20,303.45

CASTLEDRUM NATIONAL SCHOOL

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

CASTLEDRUM NATIONAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

27,125.18

ASDEE NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

10,522.80

BALLYFERRITER NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

65,531.76

SCOIL ATHA NA MBLATH

MECHANICAL WORKS

61,455.96

COOLARD MXD NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

83,639.22

DOUGLAS NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

24,310.03

SCOIL EOIN

ELECTRICAL WORKS

210,391.44

ST FINIANS AN CORAIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

31,907.42

SCOIL MHUIRE SCOIL AN CHROI RO NAOFA

MECHANICAL WORKS

166,453.00

MUIRE NA MAINISTREACH

ELECTRICAL WORKS

34,909.45

SCOIL MHUIRE

MECHANICAL WORKS

41,892.05

NAOMH CHARTHAIGH

ELECTRICAL WORKS

89,711.12

SPA NATIONAL SCHOOL

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

84,706.60

ST ITAS & ST JOSEPHS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

22,031.31

HOLY CROSS MERCY SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

54,165.44

ST. FRANCIS SPRCIAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

44,062.62

BALLYDUFF CENTRAL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

65,334.24

GAELSCOIL NAOMH AOGAIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

TOTAL KERRY

1,255,130.14

KILDARE

CELBRIDGE NS

ROOF WORKS

SN BRIGHDE

MECHANICAL WORKS

63,993.12

ST JOSEPH’S BOYS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

40,361.34

BRANNOXTOWN NS

ROOF WORKS

56,059.05

RATHCOFFEY NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

30,110.12

ST CONLETHS INFANT PRIMARY SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

50,090.00

SCOIL MHUIRE

ROOF WORKS

29,138.19

SCOIL NA MAINISTREACH

ROOF WORKS

TIERMOHAN NS

ROOF WORKS

19,565.54

KILDANGAN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

SCOIL MHUIRE

ROOF WORKS

54,028.37

ST MARKS SPECIAL SCH

ROOF WORKS

140,069.76

SCOIL AN LINBH IOSA, BALLYCANE NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

80,180.87

SAN CARLO JUNIOR NS

ROOF WORKS

SAN CARLO SENIOR NATIONAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

125,889.96

NORTH KILDARE EDUCATE TOGETHER

TOILET FACILITIES

TOTAL KILDARE

689,486.32

KILKENNY

SCOIL MHUIRE

MECHANICAL WORKS

41,571.95

ST BRENDANS NS

ROOF WORKS

58,076.50

ST. JOHNS JNR SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

SN MUIRE GAN SMAL

ROOF WORKS

120,015.77

SCOIL NAOMH MOLING-GLYNN

ELECTRICAL WORKS

47,806.15

SN BHRIDHE

ROOF WORKS

SCOIL PADRAIG NAOFA

ELECTRICAL WORKS

70,101.73

Colmcille Mixed NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

22,411.16

SCOIL BHRIDE B7C

MECHANICAL WORKS

31,700.29

HOLYCROSS NS

ROOF WORKS

LISTERLIN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

86,437.40

TEMPLEORUM NATIONAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

11,015.65

ST CANICES CO ED.

TOILET FACILITIES

19,300.00

TOTAL KILKENNY

508,436.60

LAOIS

ST FINTANS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

45,582.02

SCOIL BHRIDE

ROOF WORKS

RATH MIXED NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

11,395.51

FRAOCH MOR NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

SCOIL MHUIRE

MECHANICAL WORKS

CULLOHILL NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

33,768.00

TOTAL LAOIS

90,745.53

LEITRIM

ST CAILLINS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

54,514.20

DRUMLEASE NS

ROOF WORKS

13,446.70

LARGY NS

ROOF WORKS

12,933.90

MANORHAMILTON BNS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

SN CORR NA GAOITHE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

SN BEAL AN ATHA MHOIR

MECHANICAL WORKS

57,567.23

FATIMA NS

ROOF WORKS

TOTAL LEITRIM

138,462.03

LIMERICK

ST SENANS NS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

67,200.00

S N FIODHNACH

MECHANICAL WORKS

MARTINSTOWN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

GLENBROHANE NS

ROOF WORKS

ST JOSEPHS CONVENT

MECHANICAL WORKS

44,587.99

BULGADEN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

16,713.41

ST MICHAELS NS

TOILET FACILITIES

12,071.64

ST PATRICKS GNS

TOILET FACILITIES

48,286.56

ATHLACCA NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

64,574.53

SCOIL MHUIRE

ROOF WORKS

SCOIL BAILE AN AIRD

ROOF WORKS

25,900.00

MARIA AUXILIATRIX NS

TOILET FACILITIES

37,347.29

S N GEAROID UI GHRIOBHTHA

MECHANICAL WORKS

ST ANNE’S NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

102,566.28

SCOIL NAOMH MHUIRE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

SN MA RUA

ROOF WORKS

41,300.00

SCOIL MHUIRE

MECHANICAL WORKS

30,184.00

ST. JOSEPH’S BOYS NS

TOILET FACILITIES

KILFINNY NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

6,837.30

ST. VINCENTS SPECIAL SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

OUR LADY OF LOURDES NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

76,041.68

MILFORD NATIONAL SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

37,985.02

CORPUS CHRISTI NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

114,539.69

SCOIL NAOMH IOSEF

TOILET FACILITIES

18,950.72

MARIA KING PRESENTATION SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

SCOIL CHAITRIONA

MECHANICAL WORKS

26,700.47

TOTAL LIMERICK

771,786.58

LONGFORD

SCOIL NAOMH MICHAEL

MECHANICAL WORKS

107,883.72

NAOMH PADRAIG NATIONAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

56,977.53

ST BERNARDS MIXED NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

16,654.92

LANESBORO NS

ROOF WORKS

17,242.92

S N NAOMH MHUIRE

MECHANICAL WORKS

27,273.24

ST PATRICKS NS

ROOF WORKS

ST MELS NS

TOILET FACILITIES

28,868.61

TOTAL LONGFORD

254,900.94

LOUTH

NEWTOWN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

DUN DEALGAN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

SN CILL SARAIN

ROOF WORKS

39,900.00

SCOIL NAOMH FAINCHE

ROOF WORKS

60,776.03

CASTLETOWN RD CONVENT

MECHANICAL WORKS

20,047.63

TERMONFECKIN NS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

DROMISKIN MIXED NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

63,716.07

MONASTERY NS

ROOF WORKS

34,807.50

SN NAOMH FHIONAIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

25,609.12

SN BHRIDE

MECHANICAL WORKS

37,910.60

S N CHAOIMHIN NAOFA

ROOF WORKS

63,778.65

SN SAN NIOCLAS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

20,511.91

SCOIL PHADRAIG NAOFA

TOILET FACILITIES

45,661.77

SN BRIGHDE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

73,324.77

ST BUITE’S NS

TOILET FACILITIES

10,863.71

ST BRIGHIDS SPECIAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

65,100.63

ST JOSEPHS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

61,169.91

SCOIL AONGHUSA

TOILET FACILITIES

15,865.50

SCOIL EOIN BAISTE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

20,478.67

TOTAL LOUTH

659,522.47

MAYO

SCOIL NAOMH BRID

MECHANICAL WORKS

8,736.70

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NAOMH FEICHIN

ELECTRICAL WORKS

ST. JOSEPH’S NS

ROOF WORKS

36,465.61

BONNICONLON NS

ROOF WORKS

21,773.01

LECANVEY NATIONAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

36,225.00

ESKERAGH NS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

19,372.36

CILL MHOR IORRAIS

MECHANICAL WORKS

63,701.40

IRISHTOWN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

QUIGNAMANGER NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

14,000.00

ST JOHNS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

CLOONFAD N S

ROOF WORKS

17,089.46

PULLATHOMAS NS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

19,752.20

ARDAGH NS BALLINA

ROOF WORKS

S N BEAL CARADH

ROOF WORKS

CLOGHANS HILL NS

ROOF WORKS

22,791.01

ST PATRICKS NS CASTLEBAR

ROOF WORKS

140,001.94

SCOIL NAISIUNTA BAILE CUISIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

25,449.96

S N TEAGHLAIGH NAOFA

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

62,827.22

BALLYVARY NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

28,529.55

ST PATRICKS CENTRAL NS

TOILET FACILITIES

SWINFORD NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

113,582.00

GAELSCOIUL UILEOG DE BURCA

ROOF WORKS

TOTAL MAYO

630,297.42

MEATH

ST PATRICKS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

53,179.02

BALLINLOUGH NS

TOILET FACILITIES

61,915.58

SCOIL MHUIRE

MECHANICAL WORKS

34,186.52

OLDCASTLE MIXED NS

TOILET FACILITIES

44,062.62

SCOIL BHRIDE

MECHANICAL WORKS

RATHKENNY NATIONAL SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

53,167.36

SCOIL NAIS FININ NAOFA

MECHANICAL WORKS

90,252.41

ST MARYS CONVENT NS

TOILET FACILITIES

31,731.00

SCOIL CHOLMCILLE

TOILET FACILITIES

26,170.38

SN ULTAIN NAOFA

TOILET FACILITIES

23,550.71

SN AN RATH MOR

ROOF WORKS

14,140.00

SN CILL BHRIGHDE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

32,558.59

ST JOSEPHS DUNDERRY NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

66,442.55

S N PADRAIG NAOFA

MECHANICAL WORKS

53,938.73

SCOIL OILIBHEIR NAOFA

ROOF WORKS

126,798.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA MHUIRE NAOFA

MECHANICAL WORKS

151,225.14

S N DUN UABHAIR

ELECTRICAL WORKS

30,179.10

ST ANDREWS NS

ROOF WORKS

113,361.85

S N NMH SHEOSAMH

MECHANICAL WORKS

111,593.37

SN NAOMH PADRAIG

ROOF WORKS

96,250.00

RATHREGAN NS

ROOF WORKS

6,762.39

RATHBEGGAN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

8,850.51

CASTLEJORDAN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

12,142.00

ST. MARYS SPECIAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

ST PAULS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

30,388.01

ST MARY’S N S

ROOF WORKS

60,358.20

GAELSCOIL AN BHRAIDAIN FEASA

MECHANICAL WORKS

TOTAL MEATH

1,333,204.04

MONAGHAN

DERAVOY NATIONAL SCHOOL

TOILET FACILITIES

38,924.88

DONAGHMOYNE NS

ROOF WORKS

64,093.74

LISDOONAN NS

ROOF WORKS

57,582.03

CASTLEBLANEY CONVENT

MECHANICAL WORKS

72,854.67

CASTLEBLANEY CON INFS

MECHANICAL WORKS

47,424.30

LATMANARD NS

ROOF WORKS

111,962.56

SCOIL MHICHIL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

S N BLAITHIN IOSA

ROOF WORKS

23,800.00

ST. MARY’S BOYS NS

TOILET FACILITIES

28,367.21

SCOIL MHUIRE B

MECHANICAL WORKS

73,292.10

SCOIL MHUIRE

ROOF WORKS

23,839.40

CLOCHAR LUGHAIDH NAI

ROOF WORKS

37,878.66

ST MARYS THREEMILEHOUSE

MECHANICAL WORKS

102,239.40

ST PATRICKS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

64,220.73

KILEEVAN CENTRAL NATIONAL SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

67,133.64

LATTON NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

46,979.17

NAOMH OLIVER PLUNKETT

ELECTRICAL WORKS

141,690.87

TOTAL MONAGHAN

1,002,283.36

OFFALY

SCOIL NAOMH EOIN

ELECTRICAL WORKS

45,022.29

S N OSMANN

ROOF WORKS

95,158.82

ST BRENDANS MONASTERY

ELECTRICAL WORKS

113,925.00

CLARA CONVENT NS

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

96,264.52

POLLAGH NS

TOILET FACILITIES

34,250.84

ST COLMANS NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

75,666.16

S N PEADAR AGUS POL

ROOF WORKS

15,456.00

SCOIL NAOMH PADRAIG

TOILET FACILITIES

SCOIL BHRIDE

TOILET FACILITIES

27,159.29

TOTAL OFFALY

502,902.92

ROSCOMMON

KILMOVEE NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

LISANISKEY NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

CARRICK MIXED NATIONAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

18,452.36

KILMORE NS

ROOF WORKS

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NAOMH MHUIRE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

5,577.30

STROKESTOWN CON NS

ROOF WORKS

25,436.60

BRUSNA NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

SOOEY NS

TOILET FACILITIES

10,347.12

S N NAOMH EOIN

ROOF WORKS

21,525.00

BALLYFEENEY NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

6,077.40

ST CIARANS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

38,762.50

MICHAEL AGUS PADRAIG

MECHANICAL WORKS

SCOIL BHRIDE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

20,587.88

TOTAL ROSCOMMON

146,766.16

SLIGO

CORBALLA NS

TOILET FACILITIES

27,447.00

ENNISCRONE NATIONAL SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

15,746.92

CARRAROE NS

ROOF WORKS

55,221.27

ARDKEERAN NS

ROOF WORKS

15,640.63

LEAFFONEY NATIONAL SCHOOL 15496Q

ELECTRICAL WORKS

15,176.00

COOLOONEY CONVENT NATIONAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

27,263.63

SN PADRAIG NAOFA

ELECTRICAL WORKS

49,140.00

S N EOIN NAOFA

MECHANICAL WORKS

SN CUL FADA

ROOF WORKS

14,569.80

ST CECILIAS SPECIAL SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

150,040.98

ST BRENDAN NS SLIGO

TOILET FACILITIES

101,420.01

TOTAL SLIGO

471,666.24

TIPPERARY

BORRISOLEIGH NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

49,000.00

MONARD NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

21,399.00

THOMASTOWN NATIONAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

47,489.11

CONVENT OF MERCY

TOILET FACILITIES

73,943.96

LISNAMROCK NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

29,536.87

SLIEVEARDAGH NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

28,000.00

CLOCHAR NA TOIRBHIRTE PRESENTATION PRIMARY SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

42,000.00

PRESENTATION PRIMARY SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

119,000.00

SN MUIRE NA NAINGEAL

PROJECTS-SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES

31,089.80

ST JOSEPHS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

HOLLYFORD NS

ROOF WORKS

57,519.00

SN BHRIDE

TOILET FACILITIES

32,015.95

ST MARYS NS

ROOF WORKS

ST MARYS CONVENT PRIM

ROOF WORKS

126,700.00

TWO MILE BORRIS

MECHANICAL WORKS

88,109.46

ST MARYS JNR BNS

MECHANICAL WORKS

141,500.00

SCOIL NA MBRAITHRE

MECHANICAL WORKS

260,468.72

SCOIL NA MBRAITHRE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

52,893.19

S N BAILE NA HINSE

ROOF WORKS

SCOIL NAISIUNTA GORT NA HUAIGHE

ROOF WORKS

52,440.50

S N LUA NAOFA

ROOF WORKS

SN GLEANN GOILL

ROOF WORKS

52,200.00

SN NA MAIGHNE

MECHANICAL WORKS

16,670.50

SN AN GRAINSEACH

TOILET FACILITIES

ST KEVINS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

59,665.94

SCOIL MHUIRE KILVEMNON

ROOF WORKS

SCOIL MHUIRE

MECHANICAL WORKS

6,267.52

ST ANNES SPECIAL SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

127,132.15

NAOMH PADRAIG SENIOR

TOILET FACILITIES

16,811.09

TOTAL TIPPERARY

1,531,852.76

WATERFORD

RINGVILLE MIXED NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

SLIEVERUE MXD NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

26,589.51

SN URSULA NAOFA

MECHANICAL WORKS

182,082.00

OUR LADY OF MERCY N S STRADBALLY

MECHANICAL WORKS

129,908.77

KILLEA BOYS NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

36,750.00

PASSAGE EAST NS

TOILET FACILITIES

47,139.75

BALLYDUFF B2 NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

107,985.99

RATHGORMACK NS

ROOF WORKS

93,853.20

SN NA CILLE

ROOF WORKS

40,355.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA MHUIRE LOURDES BUAC 16887N

MECHANICAL WORKS

64,131.00

S N DEAGLAN

MECHANICAL WORKS

37,073.37

MHUIRE NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

52,965.65

SCOIL NAOMH GOBNAIT

MECHANICAL WORKS

30,029.38

CHRIST CHURCH N S

TOILET FACILITIES

36,731.51

ST MARYS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

258,222.18

PORTLAW NS

ROOF WORKS

TOTAL WATERFORD

1,143,817.31

WESTMEATH

MULLINGAR CONVENT (JNR)

MECHANICAL WORKS

222,592.23

BALLYNACARGY MXD NS

ROOF WORKS

17,074.26

CROWENSTOWN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

62,256.63

ROCHFORTBRIDGE CONVENT NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

STREAMSTOWN MIXED NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

47,373.97

SCOIL NA NDUN

MECHANICAL WORKS

96,405.98

CLONBONNY NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

35,400.00

RATH EOGHAN

MECHANICAL WORKS

36,855.00

S N BRIGHDE BUACH

TOILET FACILITIES

20,091.03

CORR NA MADADH N S

MECHANICAL WORKS

77,603.40

EOIN NAOFA NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

6,483.96

ST EARNANS

MECHANICAL WORKS

47,017.34

AN GHRIANAN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

64,125.36

CHOLMAIN NAOFA

MECHANICAL WORKS

179,821.09

ST MARYS NS

ROOF WORKS

TOTAL WESTMEATH

913,100.25

WEXFORD

BALLAGHKEENE NS

ROOF WORKS

19,040.00

ST JOSEPHS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

64,540.00

CAMOLIN NS

ROOF WORKS

13,788.56

BALLYCANEW NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

83,567.05

BALLINDAGGIN NS

ROOF WORKS

NEWBAWN NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

42,695.16

BALLYGARRETT NS

ROOF WORKS

KILRANE NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

46,065.07

SCOIL MHUIRE

ROOF WORKS

65,053.14

CLONGEEN NS

ROOF WORKS

18,703.82

GLYNN NATIONAL SCHOOL

MECHANICAL WORKS

73,240.86

SN FIONNTAIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

113,955.06

SN MHAODHOIG

ELECTRICAL WORKS

50,370.71

S N ABBAIN

MECHANICAL WORKS

52,526.38

S N SEOSAIMH

MECHANICAL WORKS

37,960.00

S N MHUIRE

MECHANICAL WORKS

28,840.13

ST MARYS NS

ROOF WORKS

SN MHUIRE

ROOF WORKS

35,248.58

SCOIL NAOMH IOSEPH

MECHANICAL WORKS

112,910.00

MONAGEER PRIMARY SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

20,300.00

S N PADRAIG NFA

MECHANICAL WORKS

36,371.45

BALLYDUFF NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

SCOIL REALT NA MARA

ROOF WORKS

206,436.54

SCOIL MHUIRE

ELECTRICAL WORKS

57,291.50

SCOIL NAOMH MAODHOG

ROOF WORKS

22,400.00

TOTAL WEXFORD

1,310,169.08

WICKLOW

NAOMH PADRAIG

TOILET FACILITIES

7,350.00

ST BRIGIDS NS

ROOF WORKS

NUNS CROSS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

ST SAVIOURS NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

56,333.90

A N NAOMH MICHAEL

ROOF WORKS

18,705.40

CARYSFORT MIXED NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

81,103.90

ST PETERS INFANTS

GAS WORKS

PADRAIG NAOFA B NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

172,900.00

SN MHUIRE

MECHANICAL WORKS

52,806.77

ST MARYS & ST GERARDS

ROOF WORKS

26,619.09

CLOCHAR MUIRE NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

RATHDRUM BNS

GAS WORKS

44,184.00

ANNACURRA NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

SN MUIRE MXD

MECHANICAL WORKS

43,920.80

CROSSBRIDGE NATIONAL SCHOOL

ROOF WORKS

16,899.75

CARNEW NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

67,650.37

KILMACANOGUE NS

ROOF WORKS

148,191.93

STRATFORD LODGE NATIONAL SCHOOL

ELECTRICAL WORKS

ST FERGALS JUNIOR NS

MECHANICAL WORKS

51,849.55

GREYSTONES NS

ROOF WORKS

178,648.05

ST. FERGAL’S SENIOR NS

ELECTRICAL WORKS

184,756.45

SCOIL MHUIRE NA NAIRD

MECHANICAL WORKS

16,431.87

TOTAL WICKLOW

1,168,351.83

TOTAL PRIMARY SCHOOLS

26,539,207.89

University Legal Fees

Finian McGrath

Question:

159 Deputy Finian McGrath asked the Minister for Education and Skills the amount of money spent by each university on legal fees in 2010 and to date in 2011. [24537/11]

The information requested by the Deputy is being compiled and I will arrange to forward the information as soon as possible.

School Starting Age

Finian McGrath

Question:

160 Deputy Finian McGrath asked the Minister for Education and Skills his plans to raise the school-going age to five and to abolish the transition year. [24538/11]

Robert Troy

Question:

182 Deputy Robert Troy asked the Minister for Education and Skills the position regarding increasing the age at which children start national school and the abolition of the transition year. [24968/11]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 160 and 182 together.

The compulsory school starting age is 6 years of age and a child must be at least 4 years of age before she/he may be enrolled in a primary school.

A proposal to raise the school starting age to 5 years and the abolition of transition year were among a range of budgetary savings options that were put forward to the previous government as a means of reducing teacher payroll costs. These measures were not implemented.

The Deputy will be aware that within the context of the parameters of the EU/IMF Programme of Support for Ireland, it is not possible to give commitments about any future measures that may be required.

Home Tuition Grants

Brendan Griffin

Question:

161 Deputy Brendan Griffin asked the Minister for Education and Skills if a home tuition grant will be made available to a person (details supplied) in County Kerry; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24568/11]

The Deputy will be aware that my Department's home tuition scheme provides funding to parents to provide education at home for children who, for a number of reasons such as chronic illness, are unable to attend school. The scheme was extended in recent years to facilitate tuition for children awaiting a suitable educational placement and also to provide early educational intervention for pre-school children with autism.

Allocation of home tuition for the school year is subject to applicants meeting the eligibility criteria. My Department has no record of receiving home tuition applications for the children mentioned.

The Deputy will be aware that the NCSE is responsible for the provision of a range of educational services at local and national level for students with special educational needs. In particular, its network of Special Education Needs Organisers (SENOs) co-ordinates special needs education provision at local level and arranges for the delivery of special educational services. The SENOs act as single points of contact for parents of students with special educational needs. Another specific function of the SENO is to identify appropriate educational placements for children with special educational needs and SENOs are a valuable source of support to parents who are actively sourcing a placement for their children.

Question No. 162 answered with Question No. 145.

Schools Refurbishment

Derek Nolan

Question:

163 Deputy Derek Nolan asked the Minister for Education and Skills if his attention has been drawn to the study by the National Back Pain Association in the UK which states that the current design of Irish school chairs is not conductive to good posture and back safety; if he will consider phasing out these chairs as part of the natural furniture replacement; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24582/11]

Schools should be satisfied before placing an order that the items tendered are of an acceptable quality and finish. Health and safety is, in the first instance, a matter for each Board of Management and this includes ensuring that school furniture complies with the appropriate standards.

Where the provision of furniture at schools is being grant-aided in whole or in part by my Department, schools must comply with my Department's specifications. These are based on standards set by the National Standard Authority of Ireland or equivalent. In relation to school chairs my Department's specifications require that the chair conform to the Irish (and European) Standard which is I.S. EN 1729 Furniture, Tables and Chairs for Educational Institutions. This is a recent standard dating from 2006.

Departmental Schemes

Brendan Griffin

Question:

164 Deputy Brendan Griffin asked the Minister for Education and Skills if an Inspector will be provided to a person (details supplied) in County Kerry who has applied for the national internship scheme at a national school in County Kerry to complete their diploma in teaching; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24652/11]

The "JobBridge" National Internship Scheme was announced as part of the Government's Jobs Initiative and was launched in June this year. it will provide work experience placements for interns for a 6 or 9 month period.

In consultation with school management bodies and unions, my Department is currently considering the possible extension of this initiative to schools.

School Staffing

Robert Dowds

Question:

165 Deputy Robert Dowds asked the Minister for Education and Skills if the special needs assistant posts he held in reserve are now being filled; and if SNAs who have been made redundant are eligible to apply for these posts. [24660/11]

Having considered all of the applications for SNA support which have been received from mainstream primary and post primary schools, the National Council for Special Education (NCSE) has now advised all mainstream schools of their SNA allocations for the 2011/12 school year, taking into account the number of valid applications for SNA support and the assessed care needs of the children concerned.

In relation to special schools, the existing levels of SNA support in special schools has been maintained in the first instance, in order to assist and protect the most vulnerable children, with a review to take place in the first term of the school year. SNA provision in special schools is currently being reviewed.

As not all applications for SNA support can be made in advance of the school year, in order to prudently manage this valuable but limited resource, the NCSE and my Department decided that 475 of the 10,575 posts should be retained in order to allocate them over the coming school year in cases such as emergency, appeals, acquired injuries or new school entrants with special needs care.

The NCSE will now begin the process of allocating these 475 posts in the coming period in a measured and prioritised manner taking account of the existing levels of SNA support already available in the schools. Accordingly, it is expected that schools, before requesting any review of their SNA provision, will be in a position to demonstrate that they have made every effort to manage their allocation of SNA posts to best effect

Special Educational Needs

Robert Dowds

Question:

166 Deputy Robert Dowds asked the Minister for Education and Skills if it is the case that a junior infant cannot be assessed for special needs assistant support for one year; and his views on allowing such assessment to be made after one term in school. [24661/11]

The Deputy will be aware that the National Council for Special Education (NCSE) is responsible, through its network of local Special Educational Needs Organisers (SENOs) for allocating resource teachers and Special Needs Assistants (SNAs) to schools to support children with special educational needs. The NCSE operates within my Department's criteria in allocating such support. This now includes a requirement for the NCSE to have regard to an overall cap on the number of SNA posts.

The NCSE issued a circular to all schools earlier this year advising of the allocation process for the 2011/2012 school year. A key feature of the amended scheme is to provide for an annual allocation of Special Needs Assistant support to eligible schools. This circular also set out that in the case of new applications for SNA support, where the professional report has identified the care needs as being related specifically to behaviour, including such applications for junior infants, in general it will not be possible to consider access to SNA support until the school has set out the specific strategies that have been employed and that have been implemented to minimise the pupil's difficulties and to promote more adaptive behaviours.

In instances where applications have been made for SNA support for junior infants, for care needs such as medical or toileting needs, as opposed to for behavioural reasons, access to SNA support has been allocated for such qualifying infants. Whereas there is no prescriptive timeframe before which a review may take place, it will be expected that schools, before requesting any such review, will be in a position to demonstrate that they have made every effort to manage pupil behaviour and also to manage any SNA allocation that has already been made to their school to best effect.

Schools Building Projects

Olivia Mitchell

Question:

167 Deputy Olivia Mitchell asked the Minister for Education and Skills the position regarding a school (details supplied) in Dublin 18 with regard to the construction of a permanent building for the school; when he expects this application to proceed to the next stage of the building process; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24754/11]

The project referred to by the Deputy was included in the School Buildings Works Programme for 2011 which was announced on 24th January.

The project to deliver a new 24 classroom building for the school is currently at an advanced stage of architectural planning. The Board of Management was informed in June that the project could proceed to stage 2b which involves securing planning permission, fire certificate and disability access certificate and the completion of tender documents.

When the relevant statutory approvals have been obtained and stage 2b completed, and assuming no issues arise, my Department will then be in contact with the Board of Management with regard to the further progression of the project.

Higher Education Fees

Olivia Mitchell

Question:

168 Deputy Olivia Mitchell asked the Minister for Education and Skills the reason a person (details supplied) in County Wicklow has been classified as a non-resident student and required to pay a highe