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 11 answered orally.

Departmental Staff

Micheál Martin

Question:

12 Deputy Micheál Martin asked the Taoiseach the number of officials in his Department that will be working solely on the presidency for the remainder of 2012; if redeployment has occurred; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34341/12]

Sixteen staff in my Department are working solely on the EU Presidency.

Of these 16 staff:

five are members of the EU Division staff of my Department; (three of whom are seconded from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade);

three are seconded from other Departments for the duration of the Presidency (they have been redeployed with the agreement of their parent Departments);

eight have been employed on temporary contracts.

Job Initiatives

Micheál Martin

Question:

13 Deputy Micheál Martin asked the Taoiseach the efforts that are being made across Government to tackle unemployment; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34342/12]

Since taking office the Government has made tackling unemployment its number one priority. The latest data shows that there are currently 309,000 unemployed and addressing this challenge is central to all of our policy decisions.

For example, the Jobs' Initiative in May 2011, the establishment of NewERA and the Strategic Investment Fund, and the publication of the Government'sAction Plan for Jobs 2012 and Pathways to Work have given effect to the vast majority of the Government’s commitments in relation to job creation and reducing unemployment.

Today's announcement of a €2 billion Stimulus Package aimed at creating the maximum number of jobs is further evidence of the Government's commitment in this regard.

Tackling unemployment requires action across many policy areas. The restructuring of the banking system provides the basis for a core banking service that can deliver on the needs of start-up or growing businesses. The establishment of NewERA and the Strategic Investment Fund will develop innovative ways to leverage State assets to ensure long term investment in key infrastructure.

TheAction Plan for Jobs 2012 places tackling unemployment at the centre of Government policy. The Plan ensures that every single Government Department and Agency is aligned around an enterprise growth and jobs objective.

The Plan will improve the operating environment and the State supports for job-creating businesses and remove barriers to employment-creation across the economy.

The 2012 Plan is the first instalment in an ambitious multi-year process which aims to:

Create the environment where the number of people at work will increase by 100,000 net — from 1.8 million to 1.9 million — by 2016, and reach 2 million people by 2020;

See Ireland become the best small country in which to do business;

Get back to a top-5 ranking in international competitiveness;

Build world-class clusters in key sectors of opportunity; and

Build up the export market share of Irish companies.

A primary aspect of this Plan is the focus on actions and implementation. The First Progress Report published in April, confirmed that Government is delivering on its commitments under the Action Plan, and this will in turn deliver real improvements in the environment for job creation. In the first three months of this year, Government Departments and Agencies were to deliver 83 measures relating to 68 of the Plan's 270 actions and the Progress Report showed that 96% were delivered, in full, on time. The Second Progress Report will be published shortly and continued progress on delivery is expected.

Industrial Production

Willie O'Dea

Question:

14 Deputy Willie O’Dea asked the Taoiseach the industrial production in the first quarter of 2012; the same figure for this time in 2011; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [27533/12]

The Central Statistics Office's Monthly Industrial Production Inquiry provides a short-term indicator of trends in the volume of Industrial production.

Final results for the first quarter of 2012 show a decrease of 2.7% on the preceding quarter (Q4 2011) and a decrease of 0.4% on the first quarter of 2011.

The information that the Deputy requested is available on the CSO website, and the table below contains the relevant information.

Table 1 Volume Indices of Production Base year 2005=100

All Industries NACE 05-35 Seasonally adjusted

Period

Index

% change on preceding period

Annual % change

2010

Quarter 1

107.7

11.5

1.9

2

108.4

0.7

4.8

3

110.7

2.1

11.2

4

109.6

-1.1

13.5

2011

Quarter 1

107.6

-1.8

-0.1

2

106.7

-0.8

-1.6

3

111.8

4.8

0.9

4

110.1

-1.5

0.5

2012

Quarter 1

107.2

-2.7

-0.4

Questions Nos. 15 to 23, inclusive, answered orally.

Social Insurance Fund

Michael Moynihan

Question:

24 Deputy Michael Moynihan asked the Minister for Social Protection her views on the viability of the PRSI fund in terms of social protection costs; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [34968/12]

Thomas P. Broughan

Question:

59 Deputy Thomas P. Broughan asked the Minister for Social Protection if she will report of the deficit in the Social Insurance Fund; her plans to address this deficit; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [34335/12]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 24 and 59 together.

The Social Insurance Fund (SIF) is a pay-as-you-go social insurance scheme that is financed by contributions from employees, employers, the self-employed and by a contribution or ‘subvention' from the Exchequer when the cost of the benefits paid from the Fund exceeds the contribution income. The Exchequer is the residual financier of the Fund and such subventions were the norm for over 40 years. For example, in 1967, the State contribution was 38% of SIF expenditure and almost 29% in 1985.

From 1997 to 2007 inclusive, social insurance income exceeded Fund expenditure. In 2008, the current operating balance of the SIF moved into deficit with expenditure exceeding income by €255m. This deficit accelerated in 2009 when it reached €2.49 billion and further rose to €2.75 billion in 2010. In addition, the surplus carried forward from previous years was eliminated during 2010, giving rise to the need for Exchequer subvention for the first time since 1996.

In total, the operating deficit of the Fund over the period 2008 to 2011, inclusive, was very close to €7 billion. The Revised Estimates for my Department provide for a deficit of nearly €1.82 billion in 2012. Significant exchequer subvention will be required to meet ongoing expenditure requirements in the absence of reductions in expenditure levels or increases in PRSI income.

I am most concerned about the deficit in the SIF and one of my key goals is to reform the system of social protection and to put it on a sounder financial footing for the future. In the context of the SIF, Budget 2011 introduced a number of changes to the PRSI system and, in Budget 2012, my colleague the Minister for Finance announced a further widening of the PRSI base from 2013 to cover rental, investment and other forms of income from 2013.

In addition, I established the Advisory Group on Tax and Social Welfare last year in line with the commitment made in the Programme for Government. The Group will, inter alia, examine and report on issues involved in providing social insurance cover for self-employed persons while the Actuarial Review of the Social Insurance Fund will inform both short to medium term and long term policy development in relation to the social insurance system generally.

Any proposals to address the sustainability of the Fund will have to be considered in a budgetary context.

Social Welfare Code

Sandra McLellan

Question:

25 Deputy Sandra McLellan asked the Minister for Social Protection if she will introduce provisions to ease the transition from carer’s allowance to jobseeker’s allowance for persons whose caring duties come to an end. [34944/12]

Carer's allowance is a means-tested payment for carers who look after people in need of full-time care and attention. In 2011, approximately 50,000 carers were in receipt of carer's allowance at a cost of over €504 million. The maximum weekly rate is €204 for those under 66 with increases for qualified children. In addition, carers receive an annual respite care grant of €1,700 in respect of each person for whom they care. They have free travel and may be entitled to household benefits if they live with the person for whom they are caring. While receiving carer's allowance, carers may work or receive training or education outside the home for up to fifteen hours per week. Twelve organisations have received funding from my Department under the Dormant Accounts arrangement to provide training and support for carers. This includes training associated with caring duties, computer training and personal development which enable carers to upgrade their skills base with a view to returning to work.

If the person being cared for has died, the carer's allowance continues to be paid for a further six weeks. This helps the carer adjust after the time they have spent in caring and to make decisions regarding their future.

If they sign on for jobseeker's allowance, they will have access to the education, training and employment supports available to people on the Live Register, with the time spent caring counted in the qualifying criteria for these supports.

Community Employment Schemes

Jonathan O'Brien

Question:

26 Deputy Jonathan O’Brien asked the Minister for Social Protection if she will provide an update on the financial review of community employment including a date for the publication of the report. [34953/12]

The number of places available on CE has remained constant at 23,300 including supervisors. The estimated cost of CE programmes in 2012 is €340 million. The financial review of CE Schemes has now been completed. The Department has contacted schemes to advise them of their revised material and training allocations. The materials and training CE Budget has been increased by €9.5million from the original budget of approximately €11.0 million following transfer from savings identified elsewhere in the DSP budget. The new CE materials and training budget is thus €20.5 million

Under the revised arrangements, schemes will no longer be given universal amounts of financial support but will instead be provided with a specific level of support aimed at meeting the particular costs of CE schemes, having regard to the overall level of funding available for CE nationally. To date, significant savings have already been made to the overheads of CE projects in terms of annual insurance costs and audit fees.

In addition to the training allocation for schemes, CE participants may also access a number of Springboard, VEC and FÁS courses free of charge.

I plan to publish the report on the review in the coming month or so.

Question No. 27 answered with Question No. 23.

Social Welfare Appeals

Pearse Doherty

Question:

28 Deputy Pearse Doherty asked the Minister for Social Protection her views on the case work experiences of free legal advice centres articulated in their latest annual report; and if she has taken any specific steps by way of follow up to prevent the highlighted issues from being repeated. [34942/12]

Jerry Buttimer

Question:

42 Deputy Jerry Buttimer asked the Minister for Social Protection in view of figures produced by FLAC which suggest that 26% of the decisions under appeal are revised by the original deciding officer prior to the involvement of an appeal officer, her plans to streamline the decision making process for applications for payments from her Department; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [34346/12]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 28 and 42 together.

Decisions on statutory social welfare schemes are made by statutorily appointed deciding officers/designated persons. They determine entitlement to social insurance and social assistance payments and liability for Pay Related Social Insurance contributions in accordance with the Social Welfare Consolidation Act, 2005 (as amended) and regulations.

Guidelines are issued by the Department in relation to the legislation concerned to ensure consistency of decision making by officers throughout the Department. In addition, training is provided on statutory obligations and the application of principles of natural justice and fair procedures.

In line with the Department's policy to promote the provision of information, scheme guidelines are also available to members of the public on the Department's website (www.welfare.ie) or on request from any social welfare local office.

Decisions on social welfare claims must be set out in writing and, where the decision is unfavourable, the reasons for the decision are included in the notification to the person concerned.

If a person is unhappy with a decision given, s/he has the right to have the decision reviewed, or for administrative schemes, referred for appeal to the Social Welfare Appeals Office.

A review of an initial decision will be undertaken, if there are new facts or evidence that have not been taken into consideration when the initial decision was made. This provides a means of having an adverse decision reviewed as quickly as possible. It is often the case that when customers seek an appeal they provide new information/ evidence.

Legislative Programme

Denis Naughten

Question:

29 Deputy Denis Naughten asked the Minister for Social Protection her plans to amend the Civil Registration Act 2004; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [34332/12]

A Government decision was made recently to approve the drafting of Heads of a Bill to amend and add to the existing provisions contained in the Civil Registration Act 2004. The drafting of the Heads of a Bill will commence shortly. Many of the matters to be addressed in the Bill are complex and will require considerable consultation with other Government Departments and Offices. Following this process, I will be bringing the matter back to Government at the earliest appropriate opportunity, with a view to obtaining approval for the general scheme of a Bill.

Social Welfare Benefits

Sean Fleming

Question:

30 Deputy Sean Fleming asked the Minister for Social Protection the current waiting lists for welfare claims in her Department; the measures she has taken to address this issue; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [34978/12]

The Department is committed to ensuring that claims are processed as expeditiously as possible. Processing times vary across schemes, depending on the differing qualification criteria. As can be seen from the data in the table below, schemes that require a high level of documentary evidence from the customer, particularly in the case of illness-related schemes, can take longer to process. Similarly, means-tested payments can also require more detailed investigation and interaction with the applicant, thereby lengthening the decision making process.

As part of the Department's programme of service delivery modernisation, a range of initiatives aimed at streamlining the processing of claims, supported by modern technology, have been implemented in recent years. Operational processes, procedures and the organisation of work are continually reviewed to ensure that processing capability is maximised.

In addition, the staffing needs of the Department are regularly reviewed, having regard to workloads and the competing demands arising, to ensure that the best use is made of all available resources. The Department will continue to source available staff to fill critical vacancies by way of redeployment, or transfer from within the Department and other Government Departments, taking account of the employment control framework (ECF) target, as determined by the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform.

I wish to assure the Deputy that prompt processing of claims remains a priority for me.

Table: Claim processing performance, April and May 2012

Scheme

April 2012 Average weeks to Award

May 2012 Average weeks to Award

State Pension (contributory)

6

4

State Pension (transitional)

5

6

State pension (non-contributory)

11

12

Widow(er)’s Pension (contributory)

2

2

Widow(er)’s Pension (non-contributory) pension and one parent family payment (widow)

11

9

One Parent Family

17

17

Household Benefits

1

1

Bereavement Grant

1

1

Invalidity Pension

31

38

Family Income Supplement — New Claims

17

17

Disability Allowance

17*

16*

Carer’s Benefit

11

11

Carer’s Allowance

28

28

Jobseeker’s Benefit

2

2

Jobseeker’s Allowance

5

5

Illness Benefit

1

1

Maternity Benefit

2

2

Child Benefit- Domestic

3

3

Domiciliary Care Allowance

6

7

Back to Education Allowance

Applicants for BTEA are already in receipt of another social welfare payment before a decision is made on their entitlement to the Allowance.

*Estimated.

Community Employment Schemes

Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin

Question:

31 Deputy Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin asked the Minister for Social Protection when the community employment consultation seminar referred to by her will take place; and who will be invited. [34949/12]

I hope to have this seminar around October. Representatives of all the interested parties in employment schemes will be invited, including sponsors of the schemes, social partners, the community and voluntary sector and labour market policy-makers.

Maternity Benefit

Pádraig Mac Lochlainn

Question:

32 Deputy Pádraig Mac Lochlainn asked the Minister for Social Protection in view of the changing age profile of female students and the rising number of women on the live register, if any consideration has been given by her to maternity related supports; and her plans to make any reforms to the maternity benefit scheme. [34940/12]

Maternity benefit is an income maintenance payment awarded by this Department to eligible women for a 26-week period on foot of a confinement. Entitlement to this benefit for employees is contingent on entitlement to statutory maternity leave. Under the provisions of social welfare legislation, the 26-week period of core statutory maternity leave attracts a payment from this Department — subject to certain social insurance contribution conditions being fulfilled. Maternity leave legislation also provides an option for a woman to take an additional 16-week period of maternity leave that does not attract a benefit payment.

The right to maternity leave is established under the Maternity Protection Act, 1994, legislation which is the responsibility of the Minister for Justice and Equality. Any changes to current Maternity Leave provisions are a matter for that Minister to consider in the first instance — and entitlement to Maternity Benefit would normally follow suit and would have to be considered by Government in a Budgetary context.

Domiciliary Care Allowance

Billy Kelleher

Question:

33 Deputy Billy Kelleher asked the Minister for Social Protection the timeframe for the review of the domiciliary care allowance; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [34982/12]

The review of the domiciliary care allowance scheme commenced last week. The group undertaking the review comprises representatives from a number of Government Departments, the National Disability Authority and other persons with relevant experience.

The terms of reference for the review allows for a consultation process with parents and representative groups to be held.

The group is due to report by the end of December 2012.

Question No. 34 answered with Question No. 21.

Advisory Group on Tax and Social Welfare

Martin Ferris

Question:

35 Deputy Martin Ferris asked the Minister for Social Protection if she has received any interim report from the Advisory Group on Tax and Social Welfare on her proposal announced and paused last December to cut disability allowance for young persons; and her plans, if any, to re-table this proposal. [34955/12]

Peadar Tóibín

Question:

37 Deputy Peadar Tóibín asked the Minister for Social Protection if her attention has been drawn to the report commissioned by Mandate Trade Union, Decent Work; the impact of recession on low paid workers and if she will request the Advisory Group on Tax and Social Welfare to give specific attention to the issue of precarious work as recommended by that report. [34938/12]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 35 and 37 together.

Creating jobs and tackling poverty are two of the key challenges that Ireland now faces. It is essential that our tax and social protection systems play their part in addressing these challenges. To this end, I established an Advisory Group on Tax and Social Welfare last year, with the aim of harnessing expert opinion and experience to examine a number of specific issues. These include making cost-effective proposals for improving employment incentives and achieving better poverty outcomes, particularly child poverty outcomes.

The Group's overall method of working is based on producing modular reports on the priority areas identified in the terms of reference. In their deliberations the Group has been tasked to take into account existing analysis, research and submissions. Where possible, the aim is to provide recommendations that can be acted upon in time for the annual budget, estimates and legislative cycle and to allow the Government to best address its commitments under the EU-IMF Programme of Financial Support.

Among the issues that the Advisory Group is currently progressing is the Budget 2012 proposals concerning disability allowance and domiciliary care allowance. The Group's terms of reference also provides for the examination of the issue of working age income supports, which will be considered as part of its future programme of work.

I am conscious that the Budget 2012 measures concerning disability allowance and domiciliary care allowance gave rise to concerns about the impact on families of people with disabilities, most notably in the case of families of children and young adults with profound disabilities, and these very real concerns are being taken into account by the Advisory Group. The Group will revert to me with its report on these proposals once their examination is completed. At that stage, I, together with my Government colleagues, will reflect carefully on the findings of the Advisory Group.

The following additional information was provided under Standing Order 40A.

As stated in the reply, creating jobs and tackling poverty are two of the key challenges that Ireland now faces. It is essential that our tax and social protection systems play their part in addressing these challenges. To this end, I established an Advisory Group on Tax and Social Welfare last year, with the aim of harnessing expert opinion and experience to examine a number of specific issues. These include making cost-effective proposals for improving employment incentives and achieving better poverty outcomes, particularly child poverty outcomes.

The group's overall method of working is based on producing modular reports on the priority areas identified in the terms of reference. In their deliberations the group has been tasked to take into account existing analysis, research and submissions and, in this regard, I consider that the report referred to by the Deputy may help inform the group's secretariat. I do not intend to refer specifically to the issue of precarious work to the group as I consider that the terms of reference are sufficiently broad for this issue to be considered in the context of the group's deliberation. Where possible, the aim is to provide recommendations that can be acted upon in time for the annual budget, Estimates and legislative cycle and to allow the Government to best address its commitments under the EU-IMF Programme of Financial Support.

Among the issues that the advisory group is currently progressing is the Budget 2012 proposals concerning disability allowance and domiciliary care allowance. The group's terms of reference also provide for the examination of the issue of working age income supports, which will be considered as part of its future programme of work.

Social Welfare Benefits

Pearse Doherty

Question:

36 Deputy Pearse Doherty asked the Minister for Social Protection her views on the fact that 31% of all complaints made to the Ombudsman last year related to her Department; if she has taken any specific steps by way of follow up and response to the issues raised in the Ombudsman’s annual report and her response to the Ombudsman’s reported contention that public bodies are increasingly using their discretion to refuse access to welfare supports, such as domiciliary care allowance, that were awarded to persons in the past. [34943/12]

I welcome the publication of the Ombudsman's 2011 annual report and the Department is examining its contents in detail with a view to ensuring issues of concern are addressed. The 1,135 complaints relating to the Department, which represents a slight drop on the 2010 figure of 1,181, must be seen in the context of the scale of the Department's business. Some 1.76 million decisions were made on new claims in 2011. This is in addition to the many decisions made on claims already in payment where there were changes in the claimants' circumstances, for example, changes to earnings or capacity to work or changes in family composition.

The Department has some 7,000 staff in 180 offices and 700 localised clinics; it administers over 50 schemes and makes 85 million payments annually. Given the extent and complexity of the Department's business, unfortunately mistakes can sometimes occur. The Department endeavours to keep errors to a minimum and take corrective action, where necessary, as soon as possible.

It is also noted that the number of complaints received is not an indication of the number of cases resolved — of the 1,395 total cases related to this Department completed in 2011, almost 1,000 (72%) were discontinued or not upheld.

Although the Ombudsman's report provides a case study about a man initially refused carer's allowance, it does not refer to any general dissatisfaction with the Department's administration of its illness/disability schemes or the domiciliary care allowance scheme.

However, some media reports covering the publication of the Ombudsman's report have raised issues in relation to these schemes.

Decisions on claims are made by statutorily appointed Deciding Officers/Designated Persons in accordance with legislation and extensive supporting guidelines. Claimants who meet scheme criteria are awarded payment and those who do not, are refused. Any notion that officers are using discretion to refuse claims to save money is completely unfounded; the only consideration is a person's eligibility under governing legislation.

Principles of natural justice are adhered to and it is an integral part of the decision making process to supply claimants with the reasons for, and the grounds of, refusal.

Where claimants are dissatisfied with decisions made they are afforded the opportunity of having the decision reviewed by the Department and/or appealed to the independent Social Welfare Appeals Office.

The review of the operation of the domiciliary care allowance scheme that I recently announced has commenced.

Question No. 37 answered with Question No. 35.

Rent Supplement Scheme

Jonathan O'Brien

Question:

38 Deputy Jonathan O’Brien asked the Minister for Social Protection if she will make provisions for rent supplement to be paid directly to landlords. [34952/12]

Richard Boyd Barrett

Question:

46 Deputy Richard Boyd Barrett asked the Minister for Social Protection if she will consider reversing the new rent allowance caps brought in last January in view of the hardship these caps are causing to some of the most vulnerable families and the ineffectiveness of this strategy in reducing rents; if she will consider, instead, introducing rent controls; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [34956/12]

Gerry Adams

Question:

47 Deputy Gerry Adams asked the Minister for Social Protection the number of additional persons to whom the new lower rent supplement ceiling was applied in the last month; the number who have been forced to move as a consequence of the new ceiling to date in 2012; her views on the fact that it may be too late for parents who are forced to leave their locality to enrol their children in new schools; and if she will seek to make savings on rent supplement by negotiating directly with landlord representatives instead of placing exclusive responsibility for achieving her Departments savings on individual vulnerable tenants. [34936/12]

Kevin Humphreys

Question:

49 Deputy Kevin Humphreys asked the Minister for Social Protection her plans to allow for more flexibility in the setting of upper rent limits on the rent supplement scheme to take into account the large variation in the cost of renting particularly in urban areas such as Dublin; if her attention has been drawn to the fact that recent reforms are creating difficulties for participants in securing accommodation in the area where they currently reside; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [34329/12]

Bernard J. Durkan

Question:

60 Deputy Bernard J. Durkan asked the Minister for Social Protection if she has examined the possibility of varying the maximum rent which her Department is prepared to support in respect of those who are forced to avail of private rented accommodation due to the dearth of suitable local authority housing with particular reference to the need to in some way reflect local market variations; if she will engage with the Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government with a view to the acquisition of a precise number of houses from the private sector on an annual basis thereby obviating the need for on-going long term rent support for those on the local authority housing lists; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [34935/12]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 38, 46, 47, 49 and 60 together.

There are currently approximately 92,000 persons in receipt of rent supplement, for which the Government has provided €436 million for 2012. New maximum rent limits were introduced from 1 January 2012 based on a review of the most up-to-date market data available. As part of the review, all major urban population centres (including Dublin) were analysed to ensure that maximum value for money for tenants and taxpayers was achieved whilst ensuring that people on rent supplement are not priced out of the market for private rented accommodation.

The revised limits are applicable to new rent supplement tenancies from January 2012 and existing tenancies on review. Approximately 25,000 rent supplement claims have been awarded in 2012, of which 3,700 were awarded within the last month, indicating that accommodation can be secured within the new limits. Information on the numbers who have secured alternative accommodation is not available.

Officials administering the scheme advise that customers are securing alternative accommodation within their locality. Any customers who may have specific issues in relation to relocating should discuss these issues with Department officials who are continuing to provide support and advice to customers in addressing their accommodation and other needs. There will be no incidence of homelessness due to these changes.

While rent supplement is not generally paid where the rent charged for the accommodation is above the relevant maximum limit, Departmental officials have flexibility around making payments above these limits where there are special housing needs related to exceptional circumstances which may include a person with a disability in specially-adapted accommodation.

Rent supplement is specifically for the benefit of the tenants to assist them with their accommodation needs. The Department does not intend negotiating directly with landlords to reduce rents on behalf of a tenant. Nor does it intend introducing rent controls for landlords.

Policy in relation to the acquisition of properties for social housing is a matter for my colleague, the Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government. Officials in my Department are continuing to monitor the impact of the revised limits; I have no plans to revise the rent limits at this time.

Jobseeker’s Allowance

Sandra McLellan

Question:

39 Deputy Sandra McLellan asked the Minister for Social Protection her views on whether holders of a PSV licence are being informed that they would have to give up the licence altogether in order to qualify for a jobseeker’s payment; and her views on whether this is counterproductive in view of the fact that it would take some time to replace which may hamper the persons ability to find and take up employment. [34945/12]

Self-employed people, including taxi drivers, can apply for the means-tested jobseeker's allowance if their business ceases or if they are on low income as a result of a downturn in demand for their services. If a taxi driver has ceased operating in the taxi business completely, the Department requires a letter from the Taxi Regulator confirming that the customer has surrendered his or her PSV licence. This is required, along with other evidence, so that the Department is satisfied that the customer is no longer receiving an income from self-employment in the taxi business. If a self-employed customer is still trading as a taxi driver he or she does not have to surrender the PSV licence in order to claim jobseeker's allowance. Means from self-employment will be assessed to determine the level of jobseeker's allowance paid to the person. It is recognised that the present downturn in the economy is having a significant impact on many self-employed persons and the consequent reduction in their income and activity levels would be reflected in any assessment of their means from self-employment for jobseeker's allowance purposes.

If a self-employed person's situation changes after they have made an initial claim for jobseeker's allowance, the person can apply to have his or her means reviewed in the light of these changed circumstances.

Child Care Services

Mick Wallace

Question:

40 Deputy Mick Wallace asked the Minister for Social Protection further to Parliamentary Questions Nos. 330 and 332 of 3 July 2012, when the inter-departmental sub-group on school age child care will report in view of the timeline outlined in her statement to Dáil Éireann of 18 April 2012 of having a credible, bankable commitment from the Government on the delivery of a Scandinavian style child care system by the time of this year’s budget; if she will engage in a consultation process with groups representing lone parents and other relevant organisations to discuss the proposals put forward by the inter-departmental sub-group; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [34998/12]

The inter-departmental sub-group on school-age child care consists of representatives from the Department of Social Protection, the Department of Children and Youth Affairs — which is the lead Department in relation to child care policy and provision — and the Department of Education and Skills. The role of the group is to explore the best possible model for enhancing the provision of school-age childcare to assist in meeting the childcare needs of the clients of my Department, including lone parents. The model in question will address the child care requirements of children aged between 7 and 12 (inclusive). The model will also address the school-age child care required during both the school-term and the school holidays.

Over the past few months, I and officials in my Department have met with groups representing lone parents and other relevant organisations to discuss their views on the changes to the One Parent Family Payment, which were enacted in the Social Welfare and Pensions Act 2012. My officials have also met with these groups to discuss their views on childcare provision. The views of the groups are being considered as part of the on-going work of the inter-departmental sub group on school-age childcare.

Once completed, the model, and accompanying proposals, will be submitted to Government for their consideration later this year.

Community Employment Schemes

Tom Barry

Question:

41 Deputy Tom Barry asked the Minister for Social Protection the position regarding the review of FÁS community employment schemes; if CE scheme providers can be included in any reviews seminars regarding the matter; and the reason behind having both Tús schemes and FÁS CE schemes. [34331/12]

The number of places available on CE has remained constant at 23,300 including supervisors. The financial review of CE Schemes has now been completed. The Department of Social Protection have contacted schemes to advise them of their revised material and training allocations.

The materials and training CE Budget has been increased by €9.5m from the original budget of approximately €11.0m following transfer from savings identified elsewhere in the DSP budget. The new CE materials and training budget is thus €20.5m.

Under the revised arrangements, schemes will no longer be given universal amounts of financial support but will instead be provided with a specific level of support aimed at meeting the particular costs of CE Schemes, having regard to the overall level of funding available for CE nationally. To date, significant savings have already been made to the overheads of CE projects in terms of annual insurance costs and audit fees.

In addition to the training allocation for schemes, CE participants may also access a number of Springboard, VEC and FÁS courses free of charge. Details of the CE Financial review are due to be made available in the coming weeks.

In addition, there is a separate Labour Market Activation Schemes policy review nearing completion. This review will inform the Department's strategic approach in relation to labour market activation including the CE and TUS programme into the future.

This review will be of interest and importance to all the stakeholders involved and, accordingly, the Minister for Social Protection will ensure that stakeholders will be able to respond to it findings ahead of a consultation she will hold with stakeholders in the autumn.

The Department is committed to supporting the CE Programme and the valuable contribution it is making to the provision of services to individuals and communities across Ireland.

Question No. 42 answered with Question No. 28
Question No. 43 answered with Question No. 21.

Child Care Services

Mick Wallace

Question:

44 Deputy Mick Wallace asked the Minister for Social Protection further to Parliamentary Question Nos. 330 and 332 of 3 July 2012, and her reference to the availability of subsided child care through the community child care subvention programme, her views on the reported staffing crisis facing community child care services as a result of changes to the community employment schemes introduced in budget 2012; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [34999/12]

There are also close links between the Department and the Department of Children and Youth Affairs in this area. Nationally, there are 276 schemes with ring-fenced places for childcare. There has been no decrease in the number of CE ring fenced places allocated compared to the numbers that were on offer in 2011. A key element in the approval of all CE programmes, including childcare ring-fenced places, is the requirement that such programmes do not displace current jobs or employees or that they are not used to fill vacancies. Following the completion of the CE Financial Review, officials in the Department are advising sponsors of the revised allocations for materials and training for individual CE schemes.

Under the revised arrangements notified to Sponsors, schemes were not given universal amounts of financial support but instead were provided with a specific level of support aimed at meeting the particular costs necessarily incurred by them, having regard to the overall level of funding available for community employment nationally.

Carer’s Allowance

Denis Naughten

Question:

45 Deputy Denis Naughten asked the Minister for Social Protection the steps she is taking to address the delays in processing carer’s allowance applications; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [34333/12]

The Department is committed to delivering the best possible service to its customers. Currently the average time taken to award a carer's allowance application is 28 weeks. I acknowledge that this is not satisfactory but I am satisfied that the Department is taking appropriate action to resolve the situation.

A major service delivery modernisation project is underway to improve the efficiency of administration of the carer's allowance scheme. This involves the deployment of information technology solutions and associated business process re-organisation. Full deployment of the new system for carer's allowance was completed last month. In tandem with the full implementation of the new system, a comprehensive business process improvement exercise has recently commenced, the focus of which is to optimise performance and provide improved customer service. However it is expected to be a number of months before the backlog is reduced to an acceptable level.

Questions Nos. 46 and 47 answered with Question No. 38.

Legislative Programme

Pádraig Mac Lochlainn

Question:

48 Deputy Pádraig Mac Lochlainn asked the Minister for Social Protection when the heads of the promised Bill on transgender rights and recognition will be published. [34941/12]

Since the publication of the Report, the Department has been working on developing draft Heads of a Bill. In this context, it has engaged in discussions with the relevant medical health professionals and with representatives from interested NGOs. Officials from the Department also met with officials from the Attorney General's office and external counsel on the matter.

Following these discussions, advice was sought from the Office of the Attorney General on the main issues, namely, Marital and Civil Partnership status and Minors and Capacity. These are sensitive and complex issues and the advice when received from the Office of the Attorney General, will continue to inform the drafting of the Heads of the Bill.

It is not possible to be definitive at this stage about when I will be in a position to introduce legislation to give legal recognition to the acquired gender of transgender persons. Upon receipt of the legal advice sought, the Department will be in a better position to give a timeframe for the completion of the draft Heads of the Bill.

Question No. 49 answered with Question No. 38.

Social Welfare Benefits

Bernard J. Durkan

Question:

50 Deputy Bernard J. Durkan asked the Minister for Social Protection if through redeployment or by way of transfer of staff from other Departments she will put in place measures to deal with the backlog in respect of applications for carer’s allowance, disability allowance, invalidity pension and or other payments which have been the subject of concern and hardship arising from delays with the processing of applications; if her attention has been drawn to the hardship and stress caused to applicants who have had to wait for the outcome of their application over such long periods sometimes without the benefit of supplementary welfare; if she expects an improvement in the situation in the short and medium term; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [34934/12]

The Department is committed to delivering the best possible service to its customers. I acknowledge that the time taken to process carer's allowance, disability allowance and invalidity pension claims at present is not satisfactory but I am satisfied that the Department is taking appropriate action to resolve the situation.

There has been a significant increase in the number of new claims being received in all three schemes over the past 3-4 years. A major service delivery modernisation project has been undertaken to improve the efficiency of administration of the three scheme areas in question and to help to deal with the increased volumes. This involves the deployment of information technology solutions and associated business process re-organisation. Full deployment of the new system for invalidity pension and carer's allowance is now completed. In tandem with the full implementation of the new system, comprehensive business process improvement exercises are underway in both areas, the focus of which is to optimise performance and provide improved customer service. Full deployment of the new system in disability allowance section is expected to be completed in the last quarter of 2012, following which a similar business process improvement exercise will be commenced.

However it is expected to be a number of months before the backlogs in the scheme areas in question are reduced to an acceptable level. In the meantime, temporary staff has been assigned to each of the areas and overtime working is being operated as appropriate.

Back to School Clothing and Footwear Allowance Scheme

Dessie Ellis

Question:

51 Deputy Dessie Ellis asked the Minister for Social Protection if she or her officials have had discussions with the Department of Education and Skills or others with a view to reducing the cost of school uniforms in order to improve the adequacy of the back to school clothing and footwear allowance payment. [34950/12]

Officials from the Department of Social Protection have not engaged in discussions with the Department of Education and Skills with regard to reducing the cost of school uniforms as this is primarily a matter for my colleague, the Minister for Education and Skills.

The Department of Education and Skills has encouraged schools to consider, where possible, the use of generic uniforms or any other measures that can reduce the cost for parents of school uniforms. Decisions regarding school uniforms are a matter for the Board of Management of each individual school.

The back to school clothing and footwear allowance scheme provides a one-off payment to eligible families to assist with the cost of uniforms and footwear for children going to school. These payments are currently issuing to approximately 115,000 families with up to an additional 70,000 further payments expected to issue before the commencement of the school year at a cost of €63.7 million.

Community Employment Schemes

Catherine Murphy

Question:

52 Deputy Catherine Murphy asked the Minister for Social Protection if consideration is being given to reintroducing training grants to some or all community employment schemes; if the capacity for training is sufficient within the other agencies of the State to meet the demand; if there is an inter departmental approach to training and skill requirements; if so will, if she outline what is involved; the training role if any envisaged for SOLAS; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [34603/12]

Following the completion of the financial review of Community Employment, €5.5m of the 2012 CE Budget has been ring-fenced for training. This equates to a training grant of approximately €250 per place annually. Flexibility can be applied to exceed the rate of €250 per place once the overall budget for the region is not exceeded and where added value to the progression of the individual into employment is justified. In allocating the budget to Schemes, the Department takes into account whether training can be accessed at no cost from FÁS or the VECs. In addition, access to the Springboard Programme which provides access to third level courses without incurring fees is now available to CE participants, once a participant satisfies the criteria.

The Department is currently undertaking a training needs analysis of CE participants and is working closely with the VEC sector to ensure adequate capacity to deliver such training.

Community Employment Schemes

Martin Ferris

Question:

53 Deputy Martin Ferris asked the Minister for Social Protection if she will provide an update on the policy review of activation measures, including specifically community employment and a date for the publication of the report. [34954/12]

The review is at an advanced draft stage and I expect it to be submitted to me for consideration during the Summer. It is my intention to engage in consultation with stakeholders before deciding on my response to the report. Any proposed significant changes to the operation of programmes will be a matter for Government. The report will be published when this process is complete, which I anticipate will be around October.

Sick Pay Scheme

Aengus Ó Snodaigh

Question:

54 Deputy Aengus Ó Snodaigh asked the Minister for Social Protection her views on whether her proposal to simultaneously cut the illness benefit scheme and introduce statutory sick pay will precipitate business closures, job losses and pay cuts and make Ireland less competitive. [34946/12]

Aengus Ó Snodaigh

Question:

242 Deputy Aengus Ó Snodaigh asked the Minister for Social Protection her views on whether her proposal to simultaneously cut the illness benefit scheme and introduce statutory sick pay will precipitate business closures, job losses and pay cuts and make Ireland less competitive. [35044/12]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 54 and 242 together.

A range of complex issues needs to be addressed before any decision could be taken by Government on the possible introduction of such a scheme. These include the extent of coverage; the duration of payment; the rate of payment; compensation mechanisms for employers; and how to ensure such a scheme would be enforced and policed.

Earlier this year, I hosted a consultative forum on the feasibility and implications of introducing a scheme of statutory sick pay, a report of which is on the Department's website. This afforded an opportunity to key stakeholders to discuss the complex issues involved, including those to which the Deputy refers in the question.

I can assure the Deputy that all these issues will be considered and taken into account in the course of the wider process associated with the preparation of Budget 2013 and any decision which might be taken by the Government on the possible introduction of a scheme of statutory sick pay will be considered in that context.

Pension Provisions

Catherine Murphy

Question:

55 Deputy Catherine Murphy asked the Minister for Social Protection if she will provide known the details of any consultations she may have had with the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation regarding the abolition of the State pension transition; the discussions she had with officials from the Department to the effect that the abolition of the pension entitlement would have an impact on the specific employment rights of persons, specifically with regard to eligibility for redundancy payments from the State; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [34639/12]

Catherine Murphy

Question:

323 Deputy Catherine Murphy asked the Minister for Social Protection the total number of persons aged 65 years and over who have availed of redundancy payments from the State in the past two full calendar years and to date in 2012; the details of any consultations she has had in relation to the forthcoming abolition of the State pension transition; if, in respect of her Department, there are any policy implications in the removal of the support with regard to employment rights; if she anticipates an increase in applications for redundancy support; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [34249/12]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 55 and 323 together.

Increasing retirement age was a key question that was considered in a major consultation exercise conducted as part of the preparation work for the Green Paper on Pensions and the National Pensions Framework. Some 380 individuals and almost 70 organisations made written submissions while over 500 people attended consultation events.

A Steering Group, together with a number of subgroups, was established in my Department, to oversee the implementation of pension reforms. The Steering Group has representation from the Department of Jobs Enterprise and Innovation.

I can confirm that officials of my Department are in on-going discussions with colleagues in the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation and the Department of Justice and Equality in relation to any implications arising as a result of the increase in State pension age.

A forum on retirement and working is currently being scheduled where these Departments will also engage with the social partners and other interest groups to further consider and identify the range of issues involved.

In relation to redundancy, the circumstances in which a person is deemed to have been dismissed by reason of redundancy are very specific and are set out in the Redundancy Payments Acts 1967 to 2011. In addition to liquidation, receivership and bankruptcy of the employer these include: the employer having ceased or intending to cease to carry on the business for which the person was employed; the requirements for work of a particular kind having ceased or diminished or being expected to do so; and the employer having decided to carry on the business with fewer or no employees and therefore re-organising or rationalising.

Subject to these and the other requirements of the scheme, a person aged 65 or over can qualify for a redundancy payment on the same basis as any other person. However, a person who retires from their employment would not be considered to have been made redundant and therefore no increase in applications for redundancy support is expected as a result of the changes to State pension age. So far this year, approximately 740 redundancy payments were awarded to people aged 65 or over but in many of these cases the redundancy would actually have occurred in 2011. Unfortunately, as the scheme has only been operating on the Department of Social Protection's systems since October 2011 it is not possible to extract corresponding figures for 2010 and 2011.

In relation to pension reform, as Irish society has changed, pensions policy has evolved to reflect these changes. A key focus of mine has been to ensure that the State pension remains adequate and sustainable in light of demographic changes and the associated increases in pension costs.

This is compounded by the wider need for sustainable public finances. So our primary consideration in making the changes we have made to reform pensions has been to ensure that the system is on a financially sound and sustainable footing.

Because the State pension is the bedrock of the Irish pension system, these reforms are essential to address the challenges of increasing life expectancy and to ensure its sustainability. While the current State pension age of 66 remains, the State pension (transition) which applies for one year for persons of age 65 will cease from 2014. Thereafter, State pension age will increase to 67 in 2021 and 68 in 2028.

For those with an income need, social welfare schemes will continue to be available, for those who fulfil the eligibility criteria.

Rent Supplement Scheme

Kevin Humphreys

Question:

56 Deputy Kevin Humphreys asked the Minister for Social Protection her long term plans to reform the rent supplement scheme in view of the current issues that are arising due to recent changes in the upper rent limits and if it will be transferred to local authorities; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [34330/12]

Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin

Question:

58 Deputy Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin asked the Minister for Social Protection her views on the decision to transfer responsibility for the provision of rental assistance to persons with a long term housing need from her Department currently provided through rent supplement to housing authorities using a new housing assistance payment from 1 January 2013; if she will provide an outline of this new HAP; the way it will function; and the way it will differ from rent supplement. [34948/12]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 56 and 58 together.

There are approximately 92,000 persons in receipt of rent supplement for which the Government has provided a sum of €436 million for 2012. The aim of rent supplement is to provide short term income assistance, and not to act as an alternative to the other social housing schemes operated by the Exchequer.

New maximum rent limits were introduced from 1 January 2012 to ensure value for money for tenants and taxpayers was achieved whilst ensuring that people on rent supplement are not priced out of the market for private rented accommodation.

I welcome the Government decision to transfer responsibility for the provision of rental assistance to persons with a long term housing need from my Department, currently provided through rent supplement, to housing authorities using a new Housing Assistance Payment (HAP). This will achieve a key Government commitment of removing barriers to employment and at the same time returning rent supplement to its original purpose of a short-term income support.

A commencement date for the new arrangements of 1st January 2013 has been approved subject to further consideration of the matter by Government. Policy in relation to the HAP scheme is a matter for my colleague, the Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government. A multi-agency steering group has been established to develop proposals to give effect to this transfer. The group is chaired by the Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government and consists of representatives from the Departments of Social Protection; Public Expenditure and Reform; Office of the Revenue Commissioners; the County and City Managers Association, and the Housing Agency. Latest figures show that over 39,900 rent supplement tenancies have transferred from rent supplement to the Rental Accommodation Scheme and other social housing options since its inception.

Social Welfare Appeals

Peadar Tóibín

Question:

57 Deputy Peadar Tóibín asked the Minister for Social Protection the steps she will take, legislative or otherwise, to ensure that the social welfare appeals office publishes its decisions in a suitably anonymised format. [34939/12]

I am advised by the Social Welfare Appeals Office that publishing Appeals Officer's decisions would require a significant amount of effort as they would need to be suitably edited to ensure the full picture is given and also as details would need to be changed to ensure personal data is not disclosed. Given the large number of appeals decisions given each year, 25,390 in 2011 for example, such a process would impose a significant overhead on the office. However the Office publishes a number of case studies, suitably edited, on its website and also in the Chief Appeals Officer's annual report to the Minister and it is intended to increase the number of these case studies available on the website in 2012.

Question No. 58 answered with Question No. 56.
Question No. 59 answered with Question No. 24.
Question No. 60 answered with Question No. 38.

Dáil Reform

Joanna Tuffy

Question:

61 Deputy Joanna Tuffy asked the Taoiseach his plans to review the changes to the way the Oireachtas conducts its business including the changes to Dáil and Seanad Standing Orders that have taken place in the current Oireachtas term, the changes to committees and the new committees; if this review will be carried out on a cross party basis to ensure that the changes are working well; when is it intended to bring in the outstanding changes that are outlined in the programme for Government; if the matter of reform of the way the Oireachtas does its business will be an ongoing matter of consultation on a cross party basis to ensure there is a genuine shift over the course of this Oireachtas term of power from the Executive to the Dail and the Seanad, and that the changes outlined in the programme for Government are something to be built upon in future beyond the term of this Government; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34349/12]

The Programme for Government sets out an ambitious agenda of Dáil Reform, which will continue to be implemented over the lifetime of the Government.

In July 2011, after just four months in office, the Government introduced a package of reforms which included:

An additional Leaders Questions session, taken by the Tánaiste, on Thursdays;

Topical Issues Debates, which replaced the adjournment debates and are taken earlier in the day. Under this arrangement, four debates are held each sitting day on issues of both local and national importance and a Minister or Minister of State from the Department concerned must, except where unavoidable, respond to the debate;

Special sittings on the first Friday of a month to provide time for TDs to introduce their own Bills, thereby enhancing TD's legislative role;

A procedure to allow Dáil Deputies raise issues regarding replies to Parliamentary Questions with the Ceann Comhairle. Under this procedure, the Ceann Comhairle can refer a matter back to the Minister with a request for further information;

Time limits for the Order of Business, to provide more structure to the working format of the Dáil; Streamlining the system of Taoiseach's Questions;

Section 32 requests no longer being read out unless they are granted by the Ceann Comhairle;

The Taoiseach briefing the Oireachtas prior to attending European Council meetings.

The Programme for Government also contains a commitment to increasing the number of Dáil sitting days by 50%. The number of Dáil sitting days has been significantly increased since the change of Government by reducing the length of Dáil breaks at Christmas, at Easter, after bank holidays and during the summer and the introduction of regular Friday sitting days. Significant progress has been made in this area. In this Government's first year in office there were 127 Dáil sitting days compared with 88 Dáil sitting days in the previous Government's last year in office

In 2011 a new Oireachtas Committee system was established that included a number of reforms promised in the Programme for Government including:

The number of Oireachtas Committees was reduced from 25 under the previous Government to 16.

An Investigation, Oversight and Petitions Committee chaired by a member of the Opposition was established.

A system was established under which Oireachtas Committees are involved at an early stage in the development of legislation before a Bill is published.

MEPs can attend Oireachtas Committees.

In June 2012, we further re-structured the Oireachtas Committee system in light of its operation during the first year of the Government's term of office. This re-structuring was carried out following discussions by me with the other Whips; the Chair of the Working Group of Committee Chairs, Deputy David Stanton; the other Oireachtas Committee Chairs; TDs and Senators from across all the political parties who are members of Oireachtas Committees; and the Committee Secretariat.

It is the Government's intention to follow these reform packages with additional reforms in the future. Indeed, I am currently in discussions with the other Whips; the Ceann Comhairle; the Dáil Reform sub-committee of the Dáil CPP; the Chair of the Working Group of Committee Chairs, Deputy David Stanton; and officials in Leinster House regarding a second phase of Dáil reforms to be introduced in the Autumn Session.

I can assure the Deputy that my office continues to monitor the day-to-day working of Dáil Éireann, Seanad Éireann and the Oireachtas Committees, including the impact of the reforms we have already introduced. This process of ongoing review, along with our Programme for Government commitments, will be the basis for further Dáil Reform.

Regulatory and Poverty Impact Assessments

Stephen S. Donnelly

Question:

62 Deputy Stephen S. Donnelly asked the Taoiseach with regard to all legislation initiated by him since coming into office, the number of Bills that have completed the legislative process; the number of occasions on which amendments proposed by members of the Opposition have been accepted; the number of Bills for which regulatory impact analysis have been published; the number of Bills for which poverty impact analysis have been published; and where a Bill was exempt from the requirements to do poverty impact and regulatory impact analysis, to state same. [34350/12]

Stephen S. Donnelly

Question:

63 Deputy Stephen S. Donnelly asked the Taoiseach if he will clarify the procedures operating in his Department for identifying when a Bill requires a poverty impact and or regulatory impact analysis and when it is exempt; the procedures for conducting and publishing that analysis, when applicable; and if he will identify, by rank or position, the officials responsible for managing and making decisions on this process. [34351/12]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 62 and 63 together.

My Department has not initiated any legislation since I came into Office.

In the event that legislation is prepared, the officials concerned with the preparation of the legislation would, if required, undertake Regulatory Impact Analyses and Poverty Impact Assessments in accordance with the relevant guidelines.

Live Register

Niall Collins

Question:

64 Deputy Niall Collins asked the Taoiseach if he will provide details of the unemployment figures at the end of June 2012 in the Department of Social Protection office, Tallaght, Dublin 24; and if he will also provide a comparison with the same month in 2010 and 2011. [34761/12]

The Live Register series gives a monthly breakdown of the number of people claiming Jobseeker's Benefit, Jobseeker's 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 June 2012. The table below contains the numbers signing on in the Tallaght local office on the last Friday of June 2010, June 2011 and June 2012.

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 Jobseeker's Benefit or Allowance.

Persons on the Live Register in Tallaght local office by sex and age, June 2010, June 2011 and June 2012

June 2010

June 2011

June 2012

Annual change June 2011

Annual change June 2012

% change June 2011

% change June 2012

Males

Under 25 years

1,666

1,591

1,455

- 75

- 136

- 4.5

- 8.5

25 years & over

5,754

5,956

6,656

+ 202

+ 700

+ 3.5

+ 11.8

Total males

7,420

7,547

8,111

+ 127

+ 564

+ 1.7

+ 7.5

Females

Under 25 years

945

855

905

- 90

+ 50

- 9.5

+ 5.8

25 years & over

2,297

2,366

2,842

+ 69

+ 476

+ 3.0

+ 20.1

Total females

3,242

3,221

3,747

- 21

+ 526

- 0.6

+ 16.3

All persons

Under 25 years

2,611

2,446

2,360

- 165

- 86

- 6.3

- 3.5

25 years & over

8,051

8,322

9,498

+ 271

+1,176

+ 3.4

+ 14.1

Total persons

10,662

10,768

11,858

+ 106

+1,090

+ 1.0

+ 10.1

Ministerial Allowances

Sean Fleming

Question:

65 Deputy Sean Fleming asked the Taoiseach the full list of allowances that are not subject to income tax and the rates applicable that are available to him and Ministers of State in his Department in respect of their official duties including allowances relating to periods when they are away from their offices, either within the State or abroad; and the actual amounts claimed and paid since 9 March 2011 to him and Ministers of State; if these are currently under review; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [35070/12]

No untaxed allowances were paid to myself or the Ministers of State in my Department to date.

Ministers and Ministers of State are entitled to the same allowances as Members of the Oireachtas with the some exceptions.

As the Deputy will be aware, the legislation providing for Oireachtas expense allowances is exempt from taxation under section 836 of the Taxes Consolidation Act which was inserted into this Act by section 3(7) of the Oireachtas (Allowances to Members) and Ministerial and Parliamentary Offices Act 2009.

Ministers do not receive the Travel and Accommodation Allowance provided to Members of the Oireachtas.

However, Ministers outside the Dublin area who maintain second homes because of their official duties can claim an income tax deduction in maintaining that second home as well as the annual mortgage repayment. The availability of this allowance is determined by the Revenue Commissioners.

Since 1 May 2011 Cabinet Ministers with the exception of myself, Tánaiste and Minister for Justice and Law Reform now use their own cars on official business. All Ministers are now paid for official mileage up to 96,540 kilometres or 60,000 miles per annum. Ministers of State have used their own cars on official business since 1984.

Ministers are entitled to claim travel expenses for official business in line with guidelines set down by the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform.

Departmental Agencies

Noel Harrington

Question:

66 Deputy Noel Harrington asked the Taoiseach the State agencies and bodies within the remit of his Department that have the power to enter or search premises in the course of an investigation; if they need a search warrant; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [35321/12]

No State agencies and bodies within the remit of my Department have the power to enter or search premises in the course of an investigation.

Appointments to State Boards

Charlie McConalogue

Question:

67 Deputy Charlie McConalogue asked the Taoiseach if he will outline the total number of appointments to State boards since March 2011 under the aegis of his Department; the total number of appointments that have been advertised on his Department’s website; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [35612/12]

Since coming into office on 9 March 2011, I have made appointments to the National Economic and Social Council (NESC) and the National Economic and Social Development Office (NESDO), as set out in the tables beneath. The appointments are made in accordance with the National Economic and Social Development Office Act 2006 and S.I. No. 603 of 2010, National Economic and Social Council (Alteration of Composition) Order 2010.

NESC Board Membership

Name

Organisation

Date ofAppointment

Mr. Martin Fraser, Chairperson of NESC

Secretary General, Department of the Taoiseach

August 2011

Mr. John Shaw, Deputy Chairperson of NESC

Assistant Secretary, Department of the Taoiseach

January 2012

Prof. Edgar Morgenroth

Associate Research Professor, Economic and Social Research Institute

June 2011

Prof. John McHale

Economist, National University of Ireland, Galway

June 2011

Prof. Mary Daly

Department of Sociology, Social Policy and Social Work, Queen’s University Belfast

June 2011

Prof. Anna Davis

Department of Geography, Trinity College Dublin

June 2011

Prof. Seán Ó Riain

Department of Sociology, National University of Ireland, Maynooth

June 2011

Dr. Michael O’Sullivan

Head of UK Research and Global Asset Allocation, Credit Suisse, London

June 2011

Ms Mary Walsh

Chartered Accountant

June 2011

Dr. Michelle Morris

Senior Lecturer, School of Applied Social Science, University College Dublin.

July 2011

Mr. Shay Cody

IMPACT

September 2011

Mr. John Murphy

Secretary General, Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation

November 2011

Mr. Seán Ó Foghlú

Secretary General, Department of Education and Skills

February 2012

Mr. John Moran

Secretary General, Department of Finance

March 2012

NESDO Board Membership

Name

Organisation

Date ofAppointment

Mr. Martin Fraser, Chairperson of NESDO

Secretary General, Department of the Taoiseach

August 2011

Mr. John Shaw, Deputy Chairperson of NESDO

Assistant Secretary, Department of the Taoiseach

January 2012

These appointments were made following careful consideration of the necessary skills, knowledge and expertise relevant to the functions of the NESC and NESDO. The independent nominations to NESC were not advertised last year, as I was satisfied with the quality of nominees already compiled in my Department which are mainly from the academic sector. However, it may be appropriate to advertise the positions in the future and this can be considered when further nominations to NESC need to be made.

In the case of the NESC, I appoint members on the basis of nominations from business and employer interests, the Irish Congress of Trade Unions, farming and agricultural interests, the community and voluntary sector and the environmental sector. The question of advertising does not arise. I appointed five public servants of whom one represented the Taoiseach and one represented the Minister for Finance. Historically, the Chairperson and Deputy Chairperson posts are filled from my Department at Secretary General and Assistant Secretary level.

Finally, I appointed the independents in June and July last year.

Departmental Staff

Pádraig Mac Lochlainn

Question:

68 Deputy Pádraig Mac Lochlainn asked the Taoiseach the number of retired public servants who have been awarded temporary or term-time posts in the public sector over recent years. [36048/12]

No retired civil servants have been re-employed by my Department.

However, one person who previously retired from a different part of the Public Service is employed in an unestablished position by my Department. The employment contract of the person concerned will cease when my term of office as Taoiseach ends.

Pension Provisions

Mary Lou McDonald

Question:

69 Deputy Mary Lou McDonald asked the Taoiseach if he will provide, in tabular form, the number of public servants in receipt of pensions between €10,000 to €20,000; €20,001 to €30,000; €30,001 to €40,000; €40,001 to €50,000; €50,001 to €60,000; €60,001 to €70,000; €70,001 to €80,000; €80,001 to €90,000; €90,001 to €100,000; and more than €100,000. [36057/12]

Under the terms of the Civil Service Pensions Schemes, all retiring Civil Servants are normally entitled to an annual pension and a retirement lump sum based on the final salary and years of service.

The pension arrangements including calculations and payment of same, are a matter for the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform. The amounts granted to staff retiring from my Department under these entitlements in each of the past three years are detailed in the following table.

Pensions in Payment in Department of the Taoiseach 2010-2012

Annual Pension Bands

Number of Public Servants

€10,000 to €20,000

3

€20,001 to 30,000

2

€30,001 to €40,000

1

€40,001 to €50,000

1

€50,001 to €60,000

2

€60,001 to €70,000

0

€70,001 to €80,000

0

€80,001 to €90,000

0

€90,001 to €100,000

0

More than €100,000

1

Open Government Partnership

Eoghan Murphy

Question:

70 Deputy Eoghan Murphy asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade if this country will be signing up to the Open Government Partnership. [35156/12]

The Open Government Partnership (OGP) is an ad hoc international initiative which was launched in 2011 and which is overseen by a multi-stakeholder International Steering Committee involving Brazil, Indonesia, Mexico, Norway, Philippines, South Africa, Tanzania, the United Kingdom and the United States, as well as civil society representatives. The aim of the organisation is to promote progress by participating states in relation to enhanced transparency and anti-corruption measures. To my knowledge, the Government has not been in receipt of any approach by the OGP to join the organisation and the question of possible participation by Ireland has not yet been examined. It would be necessary as part of any such examination to consider, in conjunction with the other relevant Government Departments, the potential added value of membership as well as the resources implications.

Ireland participates at EU level and within the OSCE, OECD, Council of Europe and United Nations frameworks in efforts to promote cooperation on, and improvement in, transparency and anti-corruption measures. We ratified the UN Convention Against Corruption in 2011 and are also a party to the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention. During the Nineteenth Session of the UN Human Rights Council in March 2012, Ireland co-sponsored a resolution on "The role of good governance in the promotion and protection of human rights", which was adopted by the Council. This encouraged States to ratify the UN Convention Against Corruption and emphasised the role of good governance in the full realisation of human rights, sustained economic growth, sustainable development and the eradication of poverty and hunger.

Ministerial Allowances

Sean Fleming

Question:

71 Deputy Sean Fleming asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade the full list of allowances that are not subject to income tax and the rates applicable that are available to him and Ministers of State in his Department in respect of their official duties including allowances relating to periods when they are away from their offices, either within the State or abroad; and the actual amounts claimed and paid since 9 March 2011 to him and Ministers of State; if these are currently under review; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [35064/12]

No special allowances are paid by my Department to me or the Ministers of State at my Department over and above general travel and subsistence allowances.

Northern Ireland Issues

Clare Daly

Question:

72 Deputy Clare Daly asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade if there are any sensitive and embargoed papers or materials relating to the peace process held in Boston College or other American universities that should be returned to Irish jurisdiction to protect the terms of their confidentiality. [35151/12]

The issue of the files transferred to Boston College by the Independent International Commission for Decommissioning is an issue which has been addressed by my colleague the Minister for Justice and Equality. The archived interviews held in Boston College in the context of the Belfast Project have been the subject of legal proceedings under the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty between Britain and the United States. These archives are the property of Boston College.

All original material created in Government Departments are filed on appropriate Departmental files. Under the terms of the National Archives Act, 1986 Departments are obliged to make an annual transfer of files and other records which are 30 years old or more to the National Archives, subject to the exceptions provided for in the Act.

EU Presidency

Eoghan Murphy

Question:

73 Deputy Eoghan Murphy asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade his plans for the EU Presidency next year in so far as Turkey’s accession to the EU is concerned; and if he anticipates any significant developments, in particular in relation to the opening or closing of remaining chapters. [35157/12]

The enlargement agenda is an important aspect of EU foreign policy still within the purview of the rotating EU Presidency. We have already begun planning to take the process forward in relation to all five candidate countries — Iceland, Turkey, Montenegro, Serbia and the Republic of Macedonia. With regard to Turkey, Minister of State, Deputy Creighton visited Turkey last week in part to discuss areas for possible progress during our Presidency. As the Deputy may be aware, progress on Turkey's EU accession has been very slow of late with the last Chapter in the negotiations opened in 2010. 12 of the 33 negotiating Chapters have been officially opened and one provisionally closed.

Of the remaining 21 Chapters, negotiations on eight of them have been suspended by the Council since December 2006 due to Turkey's failure to meet its obligations under the Ankara Protocol i.e. normalisation of relations with Cyprus. The Council also agreed that it will not decide on provisionally closing Chapters until the Commission verifies that Turkey has fulfilled its commitments related to the Protocol. A further four Chapters remain frozen since 2007 and Cyprus is blocking another six. This leaves three Chapters with a possibility of being opened.

In the absence of movement in the enlargement negotiations, Turkey is still proceeding, nonetheless, with reforms including plans for a new Constitution, in part to bring it more in line with EU standards. The December 2011 General Affairs Council also took "positive note" of the Commission's proposal for a renewed "positive agenda” to support the negotiation process which would involve enhanced cooperation with Turkey in parallel with the accession process in an effort to keep momentum behind the negotiations.

We will be working closely with Turkey, with the European Commission, and with our EU partners and will make every effort to move the agenda forward during our Presidency.

Diplomatic Representation

Sean Fleming

Question:

74 Deputy Sean Fleming asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade the total amount of education fees paid in 2011 and the estimate for 2012 in respect of the families of ambassadors, diplomats and other staff serving overseas; the maximum amount that has been paid in any particular case; if the dependants of persons serving overseas avail of European schools that may be in the area where they are based; if there is an obligation on them to use these schools or does his Department pay fees in these areas where there is an alternative; the total cost of fees paid in respect of each of the countries where payments were made; if he will provide the guidelines on same; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [35177/12]

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade operates a School Fees Assistance (SFA) scheme in respect of the children of staff serving abroad. The rationale underpinning the scheme is that children of an officer serving the State abroad should not be disadvantaged in educational terms relative to children in the Irish school system. Furthermore, a change of school can be traumatic for any child and my Department has a duty to facilitate officers in moving their children with as little disruption as possible between the different education systems of the countries to which they are posted in the service of the State. In general, where language, educational standards and curriculum at accessible local public schools are comparable to Ireland, children of officers attend such schools.

The SFA scheme allows for reimbursement of additional costs which officers incur when, unable to source suitable publicly-funded education for their children abroad, they are required to place their children in local fee-paying schools or at boarding schools in Ireland. Typically, under their conditions of service, officers rotate between 3-4 year postings abroad and assignments of similar duration at Headquarters. In such circumstances, the Department's SFA Scheme supports officers in their efforts to provide continuity of education for their children in an English language school environment. is allows the Department to fulfil the State's obligation to respect the child's Constitutional right to education.

In the case of officers serving in Brussels, those who are based at the Irish Permanent Representation to the European Union can secure places for their children at the non-fee-paying European Schools. However, those assigned to our other diplomatic missions in Brussels have no automatic eligibility to places in this school and depending on levels of demand for places, may have to seek a place at a fee-paying English speaking school.

The total amount paid under the SFA scheme in 2011 in respect of staff of this Department based abroad was approximately €1,060,000. The breakdown of this amount per country follows. The maximum amount paid in any particular case was €29,200. Under Data Protection legislation, it would be inappropriate for me to give details in this reply which could lead to the identification of the officer and by extension, the child in question.

The estimated expenditure under the SFA scheme for 2012 is €1,141,000.

Payments under Department of Foreign Affairs School Fees Assistance Scheme for 2011 broken down by country

COUNTRY

AMOUNT in €

AUSTRALIA

396.98

AUSTRIA

15,859.10

BELGIUM

113,570.00

CYPRUS

5,487.00

EGYPT

40,894.34

ETHIOPIA

19,039.68

FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA

11,024.95

FRANCE

8,400.00

GERMANY

7,994.00

GREECE

23,928.60

HUNGARY

6,256.81

INDIA

828.19

ISRAEL

62,531.03

ITALY

12,000.00

LUXEMBOURG

7,777.61

MALAWI

37,196.58

MALTA

4,668.50

MOZAMBIQUE

55,246.16

HEADQUARTERS

4,515

NETHERLANDS

54,125.00

PEOPLES REPUBLIC OF CHINA

59,294.30

POLAND

31,266.61

REPUBLIC OF KOREA

42,578.31

ROMANIA

22,320.46

RUSSIA

30,574.30

SAUDI ARABIA

8,629.76

SLOVAK REPUBLIC

6,728.34

SOUTH AFRICA

16,342.48

SPAIN

3,295.33

TANZANIA

55,776.19

UGANDA

46,968.94

UNITED KINGDOM

101,531.59

UNITED STATES

141,448.89

VIETNAM

197.78

TOTAL SPENT

1,058,692.81

Departmental Agencies

Noel Harrington

Question:

75 Deputy Noel Harrington asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade the State agencies and bodies within the remit of his Department that have the power to enter or search premises in the course of an investigation; if they need a search warrant; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [35316/12]

There are no State agencies or Bodies within the remit of my Department that have the power to enter or search premises in the course of an investigation.

Good Friday Agreement

Aengus Ó Snodaigh

Question:

76 Deputy Aengus Ó Snodaigh asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade the steps the he is taking to compel the British Government to adhere to the wording of Strand 3, Prisoners, paragraph 1 of the Belfast Agreement 1998 (details supplied). [35332/12]

Aengus Ó Snodaigh

Question:

77 Deputy Aengus Ó Snodaigh asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade the steps the Irish Government is taking to compel the British Government to legislate for and implement in full, the Weston Park Accord as it was originally agreed by the Irish and British Governments in 2001, prior to the withdrawal of the proposed draft legislation on 11 January 2006 by then Secretary of State Peter Hain (details supplied). [35333/12]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 76 and 77 together.

The Good Friday Agreement of 1998 put in place measures for accelerated release under licence within two years of more than 500 prisoners — approximately 300 republican and 200 loyalist — mostly in Northern Ireland but some also in this jurisdiction. The provisions of the Good Friday Agreement with regard to the early release of prisoners dealt with those who had already been convicted of offences committed before 1998. Those provisions did not extend to those who had not yet been convicted of offences or indeed those who committed offences after that date.

The various measures included in the package agreed at Weston Park in August 2001 addressed four issues to assist in the successful implementation of the Good Friday Agreement: policing, normalisation, the stability of the institutions and decommissioning.

Proposed draft legislation by the British Government to deal with this specific issue as referred to in paragraph 20 of the Weston Park Accord was formally introduced by the then Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, Peter Hain MP. Those proposals were withdrawn however when the only supporting party, Sinn Féin, could not accept certain aspects of the proposed legislation. In doing so, the British Government said it was mindful of the views of all the political parties, of victim groups and others.

I and my officials continue to raise prisoner issues with the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland and with the Northern Ireland Executive, which is accountable to the Northern Ireland Assembly.

Departmental Staff

Pádraig Mac Lochlainn

Question:

78 Deputy Pádraig Mac Lochlainn asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade the number of retired public servants who have been awarded temporary or term-time posts in the public sector over recent years. [36042/12]

Details are set out in the following table of retired officials of my Department who were temporarily re-engaged or who were already contracted to the Department during 2010 and since:

Grade

Position Held

Duration

2010

1 Assistant Secretary

Passport Appeals Officer

3-year contract from 1 January 2009 to deal with appeals as and when they arise

1 Assistant Secretary

To assist in the preparation of files for the National Archives

Contract for a maximum of 10 weeks spread over the twelve months of 2010

2011/2012 to Date

1 Assistant Secretary

Head of Task Force in connection with Ireland’s Chairmanship of the OSCE, 2012

Contract from 7 January 2011 to 31 December 2012

1 Deputy Secretary

Tánaiste’s Special Representative in connection with Ireland’s Chairmanship of the OSCE, 2012

Contract for a maximum of 30 weeks spread over the twelve months of 2012

1 Assistant Secretary

Passport Appeals Officer

3-year contract from 20 January 2012 to deal with appeals as and when they arise

1 Assistant Secretary

To assist in the preparation of files for the National Archives

Contract for a maximum of 10 weeks spread over the twelve months in 2011 and 2012

1 Counsellor

Relating to Ireland’s Chairmanship of the OSCE, 2012

Contract from 4 February 2011 to 22 December 2011

1 Counsellor

To assist in preparations for the Irish Presidency of the European Union in January-June 2013

From 1 May 2012 until 30 June 2013

The Department also occasionally avails of the services of retired civil servants to sit on promotion competition interview boards or to investigate complaints under thePositive Working Environment policy.

The policy of my Department regarding the re-hiring of retired officials is to do so to the minimum extent possible. However, for certain once-off or short-duration projects, it is more productive and cost-effective to re-hire retired staff who already have the relevant expertise and experience than to go through a time-consuming and relatively expensive recruitment, induction and training process. Where it occurs, retired staff are usually re-hired on a pension abatement basis, which means in effect that they continue to receive their pensions and are paid correspondingly reduced salaries by the Department.

Temporary Clerical Officers (TCOs) are recruited annually for the Passport Service through the Public Appointments Service and FÁS and, in general, rehired public servants are not disbarred from applying under public sector recruitment guidelines. Nevertheless, I can assure the Deputy that it would be very unusual for the Department to employ a retired public servant as a TCO.

There are no State agencies under the aegis of my Department.

Pension Provisions

Mary Lou McDonald

Question:

79 Deputy Mary Lou McDonald asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade if he will provide, in tabular form, the number of public servants in receipt of pensions between €10,000 to €20,000; €20,001 to €30,000; €30,001 to €40,000; €40,001 to €50,000; €50,001 to €60,000; €60,001 to €70,000; €70,001 to €80,000; €80,001 to €90,000; €90,001 to €100,000; and more than €100,000. [36054/12]

With regard to staff of my Department, the calculation and payment of superannuation benefits is a matter for the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform. There are no State agencies under the aegis of my Department.

National Asset Management Agency

Michael Healy-Rae

Question:

80 Deputy Michael Healy-Rae asked the Minister for Finance his views on the strain being put on long-established hotelier by National Asset Management Agency operated hotels who are able to offer unrealistically low prices; his plans to review the long-term viability of these hotels that are operating at a loss; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34507/12]

Michael Healy-Rae

Question:

81 Deputy Michael Healy-Rae asked the Minister for Finance the number of hotels here that are operated by the National Asset Management Agency; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34508/12]

Michael Healy-Rae

Question:

82 Deputy Michael Healy-Rae asked the Minister for Finance the number of hotels under the control of the National Asset Management Agency that have closed down recently; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34509/12]

Michael Healy-Rae

Question:

83 Deputy Michael Healy-Rae asked the Minister for Finance his views on the fact that long-established hoteliers in the hospitality sector are being put under severe strain by the National Asset Management Agency operated hotels who are able to offer unrealistically low prices in many cases; if he will review the long-term viability of operating these hotels at a loss; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34550/12]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 80 to 83, inclusive, together.

NAMA advises that it does not own or operate hotels. NAMA's role in relation to the properties securing its loans is that of a secured lender. Other than properties that have been enforced, all of which are listed on NAMA's website and which are managed by the appointed receivers/administrators, properties including hotels continue to be managed by their existing owners or their professional managers/agents. NAMA, in line with its legislative remit, takes a very close interest in their efficient management and sale with the view to maximum loan repayment in order to protect the position of the taxpayer.

NAMA advises that its debtors and receivers control 121 hotels in Ireland, of which 117 are fully operating; four hotels recently ceased trading. There are over 900 operating hotels in Ireland and, accordingly, NAMA has exposure to only 13% of the sector. Its potential impact on the overall viability of the sector is overstated. The Deputy may wish to note that NAMA have advised that while the Competition Authority received complaints about NAMA's impact on the hotel sector, the Authority decided not to pursue these complaints after engaging with NAMA.

NAMA further advises that as a secured lender it will not advance funding to hotels that are not commercially viable as there would be no foreseeable return on such funding and, therefore, it would run contrary to NAMA's statutory commercial remit.

VAT Rates

Anne Ferris

Question:

84 Deputy Anne Ferris asked the Minister for Finance if he will respond to a matter in relation to VAT (details supplied); and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34357/12]

The VAT treatment of goods and services is governed by EU law with which Irish VAT law must comply. Although there is merit in the proposal to limit tax abuse in the construction sector through the introduction of a VAT refund for home owners employing VAT compliant builders, enforcement of tax law through tax reductions is not an advisable policy, especially in the current economic climate. The black economy in the construction sector is dealt with, and should continue to be dealt with, through ongoing enforcement procedures by the Revenue Commissioners. I would point out that construction services, including house improvements, are subject to the 13.5% reduced VAT rate instead of the general standard rate of 23%.

National Asset Management Agency

Patrick Deering

Question:

85 Deputy Pat Deering asked the Minister for Finance further to Parliamentary Question No. 50 of 6 June 2012, if he will provide the number of properties owner by the National Asset Management Agency that are rented by the State; and the total amount of rent paid annually on a county basis. [34483/12]

I am advised by NAMA that it does not own nor does it manage properties securing its loans and that the properties to which the Deputy refers are under the control of its debtors and receivers. NAMA advises that the income arising from the rental by State bodies of approximately 82 NAMA debtor and receiver properties is of the order of €30 million per annum. NAMA advises that 48 properties are located in Dublin and the neighbouring counties of Wicklow, Kildare and Meath; these account for 76% of total annual rental income. There are 24 properties located in counties Limerick, Cork and Galway and these account for a further 21% of total income. The residual 10 properties are located throughout the rest of Ireland and account for 3% of rental income. The further breakdown by number and county sought by the Deputy would lead to the identification of specific properties, breaching Sections 99 and 202 of the NAMA Act, under which NAMA is prohibited from disclosing confidential details relating to its debtors or their properties, and the obligation on its debtors and receivers to uphold the confidentiality of agreements entered into with third parties.

Banking Operations

Thomas P. Broughan

Question:

86 Deputy Thomas P. Broughan asked the Minister for Finance if he has asked the Financial Regulator to review the contingency plans currently in place to deal with failures of IT systems within the banking sector; if he will report on the role of outsourcing critical IT systems to offshore locations away from Ireland and the UK; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34579/12]

I have been informed by the Central Bank that it reviews the operational risk frameworks and the assessment processes that are in place in all the banks licensed in Ireland to assess and test for the proper functioning of processes and controls. This ongoing supervision and assessment of operational risk includes an assessment of banks' IT systems and policies and a review of the banks' internal audit programmes. Included in the operational risk framework are business continuity planning and contingency arrangements and the banks' own processes for testing those plans. The Central Bank does not test the operation of the contingency arrangements itself nor does it second guess the technical systems and processing arrangements that the banks have established as this would require technical knowledge of these systems and detailed knowledge of their operation. However, the Central Bank requires that the banks' plans are put through a proper governance process and are reviewed and approved by the relevant risk committees of the licensed banks.

The Central Bank in conjunction with the UK Financial Services Authority is undertaking a review of the situation that arose at Ulster Bank. This review will include a focus on lessons learnt, which will then be used by the Central Bank in its ongoing oversight of operational risks faced by all banks licensed in Ireland, including outsourcing risks.

Departmental Staff

Robert Dowds

Question:

87 Deputy Robert Dowds asked the Minister for Finance the number of whole time equivalent staff working in each division of his Department, in each individual year, between 1997 and 2011 prior to the creation of the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform. [34593/12]

Please find detailed below the number of Whole Time Equivalents (WTE's) employed in my Department from 1999 to end December 2011:

Date

No. of WTE’s

31 December 1999

531.5

31 December 2000

571.5

31 December 2001

629.5

31 December 2002

622.52

31 December 2003

619.81

31 December 2004

587.39

31 December 2005

587.09

31 December 2006

622.43

31 December 2007

628.70

31 December 2008

612.91

31 December 2009

560.78

31 December 2010

538.46

31 December 2011

271.02

Tax Reliefs

Joe Higgins

Question:

88 Deputy Joe Higgins asked the Minister for Finance the amount of income cumulatively lost to the Exchequer in 2011 due to the various tax reliefs and breaks, grants, credits, expense allowances and exemptions, and double tax agreements available to corporations. [34618/12]

I am advised by the Revenue Commissioners that the total identifiable costs to the Exchequer which are currently available relate to income tax and corporation tax allowances, reliefs, exemptions and tax credits available as set out in the following tables for 2008 and 2009, the most recent year for which the necessary detailed historical information is available. It should be noted that there have been changes since this period, i.e. some schemes have been abolished or modified and others have been introduced. For instance, as the Deputy will be aware, virtually all of the area-based and property tax incentive schemes have ended and this year's Finance Act provided for a cap on property-based Accelerated Capital Allowance Schemes (in line with the tax life of the particular scheme) to be introduced from 1 January 2015. Relevant notes relating to items in the tables are also included.

Index of Tables and Notes

(a) Note on the Cost of Tax Credits, Allowances and Reliefs 2008 and 2009,

(b) Table IT 6 showing Cost of Tax Credits, Allowances and Reliefs 2008 and 2009. Figures of cost in relation to corporation tax are included in the "Income Tax and/or Corporation Tax” section of this table,

(c) Notes on Table IT6,

(d) Note on Green Paper on Pensions,

(e) Estimate of cost of certain property-based tax incentives and incomes exempt from tax for 2008 and 2009,

(f) Note on reliefs in respect of which costs are not currently quantifiable or are negligible or are not identifiable within total aggregates,

(a) Cost of Tax Credits, Allowances and Reliefs 2008 and 2009

The following table IT 6 shows the estimated cost in terms of revenue forgone of the personal tax credits and the main reliefs and deductions allowable under the income tax system. A number of reliefs which apply both to individuals and companies is also included and the cost shown in relation to these reliefs covers income tax and corporation tax.

An adjustment is included in the cost figures applying to income tax to compensate for incomplete numbers of tax returns on record at the time of compiling the estimates.

The tax credits and reliefs listed in the table serve varying purposes. Many are essentially structural reliefs through which individual tax liabilities are adjusted to reflect relative taxable capacity. The main personal tax credits are a good example of this since they may be regarded as part of the progressive income tax structure representing a band of income chargeable at a zero rate. Others, such as relief for interest paid in full or investment in corporate trades, are tax-based incentives in favour of specific groups or activities which are designed to promote certain aspects of public policy.

In computing taxable profits, account needs to be taken in some way of the depreciation of capital assets incurred in earning those profits. To this extent, the figures in the table of the "costs" of capital allowances should not be regarded as measuring a "loss of tax revenue" on profits. To compute such "loss", regard would have to be had to the excess of the amount of the capital allowances at current rates over the amount of the normal allowances.

The figures shown for the basic personal tax credits (married, single and widowed) are the costs of these tax credits as if all other tax credits and the exemption limits did not apply. They do not include individuals who are not on Revenue records because their incomes are below the income tax thresholds. The cost figures for the exemption limits are based on the excess of the exemption limits over the basic personal tax credits.

The figures of cost are for 2008 and 2009 and all figures are based on tax due in respect of assessments for each year and not on tax receipts within that year.

The figure against each credit or allowance represents the additional tax which would become payable if the tax credit or allowance were withdrawn assuming no consequent change in the behaviour of taxpayers (for example, in relation to the reliefs for savings), or the amounts of payments (for example, interest payable on certain savings schemes might need adjustment to take account of the new tax liability).

The numbers of claimants of each credit or relief are shown for both years to the extent that they are available. The numbers included are the taxpayers who would be adversely affected by the withdrawal of the respective credit or relief.

In the calculations, each tax credit or allowance has been dealt with separately and on the assumption that the rest of the tax system remained unchanged. It would be therefore inaccurate to calculate the effect of withdrawing all the credits, reliefs and allowances by simply totalling the figures. For example, the costs shown for capital allowances and stock relief are also calculated on the basis of separate withdrawal of these reliefs. Their combined cost would be greater than the sum of the separate costs because allowances are not always fully set off against available profits. For instance, a person with €1,000 gross trading profits, €1,000 capital allowances and €1,000 stock relief would pay no tax if either of the reliefs were withdrawn but would pay tax on €1,000 profits if both reliefs were withdrawn. In this case, the cost of each relief separately is nil but the combined cost is tax on €1,000. Basic data is not available to enable an estimate of the combined cost of these reliefs to be made.

The figures for estimates based on tax returns have been grossed up to an overall expected level to adjust for incompleteness in the numbers of returns on record at the time the data was extracted for analytical purposes.

Apart from the artists exemption, these figures do not take account of the application of the restriction of reliefs originally provided for in section 17 of Finance Act 2006, which took effect from 1 January 2007. The restriction was extended by Section 23 Finance Act 2010.

Finally, the estimates shown in many cases are tentative and are subject to revision in the light of later information.

(b) Table IT 6 showing Cost of Tax Credits, Allowances and Reliefs 2008 and 2009

INCOME TAX AND CORPORATION TAX

TABLE IT6

Cost of Tax Credits, Allowances and Reliefs 2008 and 2009

Tax Relief ProvisionIncome Tax

(1) Estimated cost for 2008 €m

Numbers

2009 €m

Numbers

Exemption limits:

General Exemption (2)

0.0

0

0.0

0

Child Addition (2)

0.3

900

0.2

800

Age Exemption (2)

90.8

57,700

82.4

54,900

Married Person’s Credit (3)

2,944.9

853,100

2,853.2

835,000

Single Person’s Credit (3)

2,406.8

1,503,300

2,088.2

1,316,900

Widowed Person’s Credit (3)

184.3

81,100

184.8

81,100

Additional Credit to Widowed Person in Year of Bereavement

4.9

4,000

4.9

4,000

Additional Bereavement Credit to Widowed Parent

6.9

2,300

6.2

2,400

Additional Personal Credit for Lone Parent

197.4

116,700

174.1

103,600

Homecarer Credit

79.5

93,100

63.9

77,500

Additional Credit for Incapacitated Child

39.0

12,300

38.0

12,200

Employee (PAYE) Credit

3,253.8

1,710,200

2,995.2

1,560,600

Dependent Relative Credit

2.0

18,700

2.1

18,200

Person Taking Care of Incapacitated Taxpayer

5.8

1,260

5.9

1470

Age Credit

42.3

88,100

43.7

90,700

Blind Person’s Credit (incl.Guide Dog Allowance)

2.1

1,320

1.9

1190

Medical Insurance Premiums (4)

321

1,322,400

589.6

1,233,900

Health Expenses

266.8

542,600

145.5

492,800

Contributions Under Permanent Health Benefit Schemes, after Deduction of Tax on Benefits Received (5)

4.0

29,200

3.9

27,300

Employees’ Contributions To Approved Superannuation Schemes (6)

655.0

792,600

729.0

713,600

Employers’ Contributions To Approved Superannuation Schemes (6)

165.0

362,700

153.0

342,200

Exemption of Investment Income and Gains of Approved Superannuation Funds (6)*

685.0

N/A

780.0

N/A

Exemption of employers’ contributions from employee BIK (6)

595.0

362,700

558.0

342,200

Tax Relief on “tax free” lump sums (6)

140.0

N/A

140.0

N/A

Retirement Annuity Premiums

352.8

116,000

237.2

101,300

Personal Retirement Savings Accounts

73.8

53,900

77.0

56,200

Interest paid:

Loans relating to Principal Private Residence

704.6

778,100

486.3

782,700

Other (7)

48.5

5,400

26.5

5,000

Rent Paid in Private Tenancies

96.5

222,100

85.9

196,900

Expenses Allowable to Employees under Schedule E

75.2

835,900

73.7

744,300

Third Level Education Fees

19.9

36,000

20.6

34,700

Exemption of Certain Earnings of Writers, Composers and Artists

21.8

2,630

22.1

2,590

Dispositions (Including Maintenance Payments made to Separated Spouses)

22.33

7,820

19.5

6,840

Exemption of Interest on Savings Certificates, National Installment Savings and Index Linked Savings Bonds

88.1

N/A

138.2

N/A

Rent a Room

5.6

3,600

5.6

3,770

Exemption of Income of Charities, Colleges, Hospitals, Schools, Friendly Societies, etc. (8) (10)

35.8

N/A

40.7

N/A

Retirement Relief for certain Sports Persons.(9)

0.2

17

0.2

15

Exemption of Irish Government Securities where owner not ordinarily resident in Ireland (10)*

320.8

N/A

486.7

N/A

Exemption of Statutory Redundancy Payments (11)*

85.4

29,800

147.8

77,000

Service Charges

27.1

455,200

26.8

452,600

Top Slicing Relief — Reduced Tax Rate for Payments in Excess of Exemption Amounts Made as Compensation for Loss of Office

44.7

3,790

47.8

6,110

Revenue Job Assist allowance

0.2

330

0.3

390

Allowance for seafarers

0.3

160

0.2

150

Trade Union Subscriptions

26.4

341,900

26.7

345,800

Exemption From Tax of Certain Social Welfare Payments:

Child benefit*

435.3

401,200

390.7

372,900

Early childcare Supplement*

98.3

195,200

47.5

154,300

Maternity allowance *

18.2

23,420

19

23,300

Foster Care Payments

28.09

3,470

28.4

3,360

Exemption of Income arising from the Provision of Childcare Services

0.8

440

0.8

470

Approved Profit Sharing Schemes*

99

111,190

37.6

62,900

Savings-Related Share Option Schemes*

1.3

2,800

0.8

1,800

Approved Share Option Schemes*

0.1

280

0.5

370

Relief for New Shares Purchased by Employees

0.3

280

0.3

250

Investment in Corporate Trades (BES)

55.7

3,200

25.6

1,640

Investment in Seed Capital

1.7

56

2.9

77

Stock Relief*

2.0

N/A

2.0

N/A

Exempt Rental Income from Leasing of Farm Land

N/A

N/A

4.4

2,960

Relief for expenditure on significant buildings and gardens

5.9

290

4.6

150

Donation of Heritage items

4.7

5

0.7

2

Donation of Heritage property to the Irish Heritage Trust.

3.6

4

0

0

Income Tax and/or Corporation Tax (12)

Donations to Approved Bodies

52.4

131,100

54.1

155,100

Donations to Sports Bodies. (9)

0.3

850

0.7

2100

Employee Share Ownership Trusts*

8.4

29,200

1.3

16,400

Total Capital Allowances: (13)

2,176.6

270,200

2,281.60

298,800

of which Energy Efficient Capital Allowances

N/A

N/A

1.60

93

Rented Residential Relief — Section 23 (14)*

74.7

2,429

46.9

1,620

Effective Rate of 10% for Manufacturing and Certain Other Activities (15)

160.9

1,046

340.6

1,370

Double Taxation Relief

596.5

18,000

589.1

18,900

Investment in Films*

32.8

3200

42

2,553

Group Relief

450.3

2430

390.5

2,507

Research and Development Tax Credit (16)

146

582

216.1

900

c) Notes on Table IT 6

(1) Figures accompanied by an asterisk * are particularly tentative and subject to a considerable margin of error.

(2) The cost figures for the exemption limits are based on the excess of the exemption limits over the basic personal tax credits. They include the cost of marginal relief for taxpayers whose incomes are not greatly in excess of the exemption limits.

(3) The figures shown for the basic personal tax credits (married, single and widowed) are the costs of these tax credits as if all other tax credits and the exemption limits did not apply. They do not include individuals who are not on Revenue records because their incomes are below the income tax thresholds.

(4) Arising from the change over to Tax Relief at Source the figures relate to the number of policies issued. These include policies where subscriptions were paid by businesses on behalf of their employees.

(5) Part of the cost of contributions to Permanent Health Benefit Schemes is not identifiable as a result of the move to a “net pay” basis for contributions by PAYE taxpayers from 6 April 2001.

(6) See the following note on “Green Paper on Pensions” for background commentary on the basis of the cost figures .

(7) “Other” relates to borrowings for purposes such as acquiring an interest in a company or partnership .

(8) The income on which the cost of exemption from income tax for charities, colleges, hospitals, schools, friendly societies, etc. is based includes dividend income on which income tax deducted at source has been repaid, other investment income, payments received under covenant, donations by the PAYE sector to approved bodies together with the associated tax relief and donations by the self-employed and corporate sectors to approved bodies and approved sports bodies. Information is not available about other income received gross.

(9) The cost figures for relief for certain Sports Persons are based on income tax self assessment returns and for donations to Approved Sports Bodies are based on income tax and corporation tax self assessment returns.

(10) In the absence of other information, tax has been assumed at the standard rate of income tax even though a different rate might be more appropriate.

(11) The costs and numbers for the Exemption of Statutory Redundancy Payments are based on external data. From 2009 the “numbers” indicate the numbers of claims received in the year and not the numbers of claims approved.

(12) The costs included for corporation tax are by reference to accounting periods which ended in the years 2008 and 2009.

(13) The cost shown for capital allowances does not include any cost associated with “unused capital allowances”, that is, capital allowances which are not absorbed by a company in the accounting period in which they arise because they exceed the amount of the company’s profits of that accounting period which are available for offset. Unused capital allowances can be offset as losses against taxable profits arising in the previous accounting period and against certain profits arising in future accounting periods and can be offset against the profits of another company in the same group of companies. It is estimated that €3587 million and €5373 million of unused capital allowances were claimed in respect of 2008 and 2009 accounting periods respectively but as the proportion of this item which is included in previous years losses and in group relief is not separately identifiable a reliable estimate of the cost of the capital allowance element cannot be provided.

(14) The tax cost shown for section 23 type relief is the estimated ultimate tax cost relating to the total allowable expenditure in respect of claims made in 2008 and 2009 tax returns for the first time. The cost shown is for income tax cases only.

(15) the cost shown for manufacturing relief for 2008 is compiled using the basic data available but for technical reasons associated with a system redesign it is understood to be understated by at least €100m.

(16) The costs shown for R&D is for claims for R&D on corporation tax returns for accounting periods ending in 2008 and 2009. However, the cost for 2009 includes the amount of credit allowed against 2009 tax together with the amount offset against tax of previous accounting periods and as payable credits.

d) Note on Green Paper on Pensions — Review of estimates of cost

As part of the work on the Green Paper on Pensions, a review was carried out of the current regime of incentives for supplementary pension provision with a view to developing more comprehensive and reliable estimates of the cost of reliefs in this area. The review examined, among other things, the current reliefs and incentives for investment in supplementary pensions and the data available on which to base reliable estimates of the costs in revenue foregone to the Exchequer.

The review drew on newly available 2006 aggregate data on contributions to pension schemes by employers and employees arising from a P35 initiative introduced on foot of provisions that were included in Finance Act 2004 with a view to improving data quality. Estimates of the cost of tax for private pension provision updated for 2008 and 2009 are included in table IT6.

The breakdown and make-up of these estimated costs of reliefs differ from presentations of costs in this area for years PRIOR TO 2005 in a number of respects and are not directly comparable. further details on the cost of tax and other reliefs and the changes in the methodology are contained in pages 106 and 107 of the Green Paper on Pensions which is available atwww.pensionsgreenpaper.ie.

e) Estimate of cost of certain property-based tax incentives and incomes exempt from tax for 2008 and 2009

Certain property-based tax incentives and incomes exempt from tax — uptake and estimated potential cost to the Exchequer in terms of income tax and corporation tax forgone based on 2008 and 2009 tax returns

Provisions were included in the Finance Acts of 2003 and 2004 to enable new statistical data on the uptake of tax relief for certain property-based tax incentives and incomes exempt from tax to be obtained from tax returns. This information, derived from changes introduced by the Revenue Commissioners to income tax returns and corporation tax returns for 2008 and 2009, is set out in the following tables.

The figures shown include the amounts claimed in the year but exclude amounts carried forward into the year either as losses or capital allowances, and include any amounts of unused losses and/or capital allowances which will be carried forward to subsequent years.

Tax Incentive/Income Exemption 2008

Amount Claimed

Assumed maximum tax cost €m

Number of claimants

€m

€m

Urban renewal

230.8

87.0

3,367

Town Renewal

61.6

24.2

998

Seaside Resorts

16.1

6.4

1,091

Rural Renewal

88.4

35.7

2,803

Multi-storey car parks

16.8

6.6

134

Living Over the shop

6.4

2.6

81

Enterprise Areas

6.3

2.5

138

Park and Ride

1.8

0.7

21

Holiday Cottages

36.9

14.8

844

Hotels

305.5

116.4

1,996

Nursing Homes

48.4

19.8

734

Housing for the Elderly/infirm

7.4

3.0

179

Hostels

1.68

0.69

22

Guest Houses

0.29

0.12

10

Convalescent Homes

1.4

0.5

32

Qualifying Private Hospitals

30.2

12.3

342

Qualifying sports injury clinics

4.1

1.7

60

Buildings Used for certain child care purposes

30.3

12.2

519

Qualifying Mental Health Centres

0.1

0.0

3

Student Accommodation

60.0

23.5

814

Caravan Camps

1.5

0.6

10

Mid-Shannon Corridor Tourism Infrastructure

1.8

0.7

12

Exemption of profits or gains from Greyhounds

0.0

0.0

10

Exemption of profits or gains from Stallions

92.3

15.1

192

Exemption of profits or gains from Woodlands

51.0

13.6

2,492

Exempt Patents (Section 234, TCA 1997)

198.3

51.7

1,209

Totals

1,299.2

452.6

18,111

Tax Incentive/Income Exemption 2009

Amount Claimed

Assumed maximum tax cost €m

Number of claimants

€m

€m

Urban renewal

233.8

93.1

3410

Town Renewal

45.4

18.3

1,001

Seaside Resorts

13.3

5.3

875

Rural Renewal

70.0

28.0

2,653

Multi-storey car parks

13.2

5.2

130

Living Over the shop

4.1

1.7

66

Enterprise Areas

5.4

2.1

118

Park and Ride

2.0

0.8

20

Holiday Cottages

34.7

13.9

786

Hotels

263.2

102.1

1,906

Nursing Homes

54.4

21.6

750

Housing for the Elderly/infirm

6.8

2.8

145

Hostels

0.73

0.3

14

Guest Houses

0.24

0.1

8

Convalescent Homes

1.3

0.5

28

Qualifying Private Hospitals

30.5

12.5

346

Qualifying sports injury clinics

3.6

1.5

67

Buildings Used for certain child care purposes

30.8

12.5

527

Qualifying Mental Health Centres

0.1

0.0

1

Student Accommodation

48.3

19.1

751

Caravan Camps

0.6

0.2

2

Mid Shannon Corridor Tourism Infrastructure

0.6

0.2

2

Exemption of profits or gains from Greyhounds

0.0

0.0

5

Exemption of profits or gains from Stallions

2.0

0.4

32

Exemption of profits or gains from Woodlands

48.2

14.4

3,570

Exempt Patents (section 234, TCA 1997)

260.7

71.7

1,268

Other Totals

52.61,226.6

19.5447.8

63519,116

These figures do not take account of the application of the restriction of reliefs originally provided for in section 17 of Finance Act 2006 and which took effect from 1 January 2007.The restriction was extended by Section 23 Finance Act 2010.

As the Deputy will be aware, virtually all of the area-based and property tax incentive schemes have ended and this year's Finance Act provided for a cap on property-based Accelerated Schemes (in line with the tax life of the particular scheme) to be introduced from 1 January 2015.

Notes:

The figures shown relate to the various reliefs/incentives and exemptions as specified in the 2008 and 2009 form 11 and CT1.

There were concerns that in some instances the new, separately categorised data on property incentives may not have been correctly entered on the Tax returns. Revenue drew the attention of the relevant tax practitioner bodies to these deficiencies to rectify them in future returns and also increased awareness among its own staff involved in processing tax returns of the need to ensure, through closer examination of the returns, that they are correctly completed.

The estimated costs have assumed tax foregone at the 41% rate in the case of income tax and 12.5% in the case of corporation tax. This means the figures shown correspond to the maximum Exchequer cost in terms of income tax and corporation tax. However, the actual Exchequer cost could be lower, particularly in relation to the exempt income items, as the income could be subject to deductions for allowable expenses and other costs thereby reducing the level of income that would be actually subject to tax.

Some of the costs shown above are included in the costs shown for capital allowances and section 23 relief in Table IT6. However, exempt income included above is not part of capital allowances.

f) Note on reliefs in respect of which costs are not currently quantifiable or are negligible or are not identifiable within total aggregates.

Examples of this type of relief would include:

Relief from averaging of farm profits;

Exemption for income arising from payments in respect of personal injuries;

Exemption of certain payments made by Haemophilia HIV Trust;

Exemption of lump sum retirement payments;

Relief for allowable motor expenses;

Tapering relief allowable for taxation of car benefits in kind;

Reduced tax rate for authorised unit trust schemes;

Reduced tax rate for special investment schemes;

Exemption of certain grants made by Údarás na Gaeltachta;

Relief for investment income reserved for policy holders in life assurance companies;

Relief for various business related expenses such as staff recruitment, rent, legal fees, and other general expenses;

Exemption in certain circumstances on the interest on quoted bearer Eurobonds;

Exemption of payments made as compensation for loss of office;

Exemption of scholarship income

Exemption for income received under Sceim na bhFoghlaimeoiri Gaeilge.

Tax Code

Joe Higgins

Question:

89 Deputy Joe Higgins asked the Minister for Finance if he will provide a break down of the €1 billion contribution to the Exchequer provided by Ireland's International Financial Services Centre into corporation tax and payroll taxes, and to break down the payroll tax figures by tax band. [34619/12]

The €1 billion figure is an estimate based on a corporation tax figure provided by the Revenue Commissioners added to an estimate of payroll taxes which was derived from employment and average salary figures contained in a report which was published by Financial Services Ireland (FSI) in September 2010 —The IFSC — the international financial services sector in Ireland. The report estimates that total direct employment in the sector is 32,700 people and that the average salary across the sector is €60,100 per employee. In relation to corporation tax, I am informed by the Revenue Commissioners that the estimated corporation tax paid in 2011 by companies previously licensed to operate in the International Financial Services Centre is of the order of €466 million. With the change in the corporation tax rate from 10% to the standard rate now applying to international financial services activities, it is generally speaking no longer possible to distinguish between corporation tax paid solely on IFSC activities and on other income. An exception is made in the case of the main associated banks where an estimate of the tax paid by them on their IFSC activities is derived from indicative data available. This estimate is incorporated in the €466 million figure provided above.

The €466 million figure relates only to those companies that were once licensed under the preferential IFSC tax regime which expired in 2005. I am informed by the Revenue Commissioners that it is not possible to identify international financial services companies that have been established since the end of that regime and so the corporation tax paid by such companies is not included in the €466 million figure.

I am informed by the Revenue Commissioners that the detailed data in relation to payroll taxes requested by the Deputy is not readily available and either could not be identified or could not be identified without conducting an extensive investigation of the Revenue Commissioners' records.

In the absence of this data, my Department produced an estimate of payroll taxes based on an average salary figure of €60,100 and total employment figure of 32,700 contained in the FSI report.

The average contribution to the Exchequer per employee (PAYE, USC, Employee PRSI and Employer PRSI) was calculated using the €60,100 average salary figure as an estimate for 2011 for the main categories of income-earners — single, married one-earner and married two-earners.

These estimates were then multiplied by the total number of employees in the sector to give an estimated yield of circa €700 million. It should be noted that these figures do not take account of pension contributions.

When the corporation tax figures and the payroll tax estimates are combined, it shows that the sector contributed in excess of €1 billion to the Exchequer in 2011.

Financial Services Sector Remuneration

Joe Higgins

Question:

90 Deputy Joe Higgins asked the Minister for Finance if he will provide a break down of the wages paid to employees in companies in Ireland's International Financial Services Centre by income band, €0 to €20,000; €20,001 to €30,000; €30,001 to €40,000; €40,001 to €50,000; €50,001 to €60,000; €60,001 to €70,000; €70,001 to €80,000; €80,001 to €90,000; €90,001 to €100,000; €100,001 to €125,000; €125,001 to €150,000; €150,001 to €175,000; €175,001 to €200,000; and more than €200,000. [34620/12]

I am informed by the Revenue Commissioners that the information requested by the Deputy is not readily available and either could not be identified or could not be identified without conducting an extensive investigation of the Revenue Commissioners' records. Even if the information in question was available, the Commissioners' would be concerned that that their obligation to observe confidentiality for taxpayers and small groups of taxpayers might preclude them from providing it.

Financial Services Regulation

Joe Higgins

Question:

91 Deputy Joe Higgins asked the Minister for Finance if he will provide some details on where the figure of 33,000 persons employed in Ireland's International Financial Services Centre comes from; the way it is compiled and by whom; and the number of persons directly employed by companies within the IFSC. [34621/12]

Joe Higgins

Question:

92 Deputy Joe Higgins asked the Minister for Finance if he will provide a break down of the figure of 33,000 persons employed in Ireland's International Financial Services Centre by division, that is the number employed in banking, insurance, legal services and accountancy services and so on. [34622/12]

Joe Higgins

Question:

93 Deputy Joe Higgins asked the Minister for Finance if he will provide a break down of the figure of 33,000 persons employed in Irelands International Financial Services Centre by nationality of company. [34623/12]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 91 to 93, inclusive, together.

Neither my Department nor the Central Bank compiles detailed information in relation to employment in the international financial services sector in Ireland.

The figure to which the Deputy refers was sourced from a report compiled by the Finance Dublin Yearbook which provides a breakdown of international financial services related employment. Details are reproduced in a report compiled by Accenture and Financial Service Ireland (FSI) entitled "The IFSC: the international financial services sector in Ireland" published in September 2010 and which is available on the IBEC website. I understand that the details the Deputy is seeking is available from those sources.

Tax Collection

Joe Higgins

Question:

94 Deputy Joe Higgins asked the Minister for Finance if he will provide a break down of corporation tax receipts by NACE code. [34624/12]

I am informed by the Revenue Commissioners that the relevant information for 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 is available from the Revenue Statistical Reports which are accessible on the Revenue website atwww.Revenue.ie. The information is located in Table TR6, under the main chapter heading of Total Revenue. That table provides a percentage breakdown of the net receipt of PAYE, VAT, Income Tax, Corporation Tax and Capital Gains Tax by trade sector. The corresponding figures for 2011 will be included as soon as possible in the Statistical Report for 2011.

Joe Higgins

Question:

95 Deputy Joe Higgins asked the Minister for Finance if he will provide a breakdown of corporation tax receipts from Irelands International Financial Services Centre companies by NACE code. [34625/12]

I am informed by the Revenue Commissioners that with the change in the corporation tax rate from10% to the standard rate now applying to IFSC activities it is no longer possible to distinguish on tax records between corporation tax paid solely on IFSC activities and on other income. Arising from this a detailed record specifically identifying companies engaged in IFSC activities is not maintained and accordingly there is no statistical basis on which a precise reply can be provided to the Deputy's question. However, on the basis of more limited indications, it appears that the bulk of corporation tax receipts from IFSC activities are paid by companies who are engaged in financial, insurance and analagous activities.

Banks Recapitalisation

Peter Mathews

Question:

96 Deputy Peter Mathews asked the Minister for Finance the details of total cost of the banking collapse in Ireland provided by the Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland to a conference (details supplied) which included costs to foreign banks operating here, costs to shareholders and liability management exercises undertaken by the banks; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34630/12]

I believe the Deputy is referring to a speech delivered by the Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland at the Institute for International and European Affairs (IIEA) on 29 June 2012 entitled — "More Europe" in the Financial Arena: Good for Ireland? The Central Bank has supplied me with the following breakdown of the allocation of banking losses/cost of capital injections that I understand the Governor referred to at the conference:

Allocation of Losses/ Costs of Capital Injections 2009-2011*

€billion

Liability Management Exercises

14

Write-down of Shareholders Funds in ELG Banks

29

Write-down of Shareholders Funds in Foreign Banks

28

Government Measures

64

125

*Internal Central Bank Estimates as at 1 June 2012.

For further details on the cost of banking recapitalisation to the State, please see the table below:

€bn

AIB/EBS

BoI

IL&P

IBRC (Anglo/INBS)

Total

Government preference Shares (2009) — NPRF

3.5

3.5*

7.0

Capital contributions (with Promissory Notes as consideration)/Special Investment Shares (2010) — Exchequer**

0.9

30.7

31.6

Ordinary Share Capital (2009) — Exchequer

4.0

4.0

Ordinary Share Capital (2010) — NPRF

3.7

3.7

Total pre-PCAR 2011 (A)

8.1

3.5

0

34.7

46.3

PCAR 2011:

Capital from Exchequer***

3.9

4.0

7.8

NPRF Capital

8.8

1.2

10.0

Total PCAR (B)

12.7

1.2

4.0

17.8

Total Cost of Recap for State (A) + (B)

20.7

4.7

4.0

34.7

64.1

*€1.7bn of BoI's government preference shares were converted to equity in May/June 2010 (€1.8bn still left in existence). The government also received €0.5bn from the warrants relating to BoI's preference shares (excluded from table above).

**The IBRC amount is made up of a total capital contribution for Anglo / INBS of €30.6bn and a special investment share of €0.1bn (INBS). The Anglo / INBS capital contribution impacted in full on the GGB in 2010. The consideration for the Anglo / INBS capital contribution was €30.6bn of promissory notes. These Promissory Notes are an amount due from the State to IBRC. Each year, on 31 March, €3.06bn is paid by the Exchequer to Anglo / INBS as part of the scheduled repayments of the promissory notes. The first such repayment was made on 31 March 2010.

***The Exchequer cost of the 2011 BoI recap is shown net of share sale to private investors (Completed in October, 2011).

****€1.3bn of the €4bn used to recapitalise IL&P was invested through the acquisition by the Minister of Irish Life from IL&P. It is expected that the proceeds of an onward sale of Irish Life in due course will reduce the amount the State has committed to the bank recapitalisation.

This recapitalisation table split year by year is:

Year

Anglo

INBS

AIB

EBS

BOI

IL&P

Total

2008

2009

4.0

0

3.5

0

3.5

0

11.0

2010

25.3

5.4

3.7

0.9

0

0

35.3

2011

0

0

12.7

0

1.2

2.7

16.5

2012

0

0

0

0

0

1.3

1.3

29.3

5.4

19.9

0.9

4.7

4.0

64.1

Tax Collection

Sean Fleming

Question:

97 Deputy Sean Fleming asked the Minister for Finance the amount of income tax paid by persons in 2010 and 2011 who are not domiciled for tax purposes in the State but were resident for tax purposes in the following ranges, €0 to €25,000, €25,001 to €50,000, €50,001 to €75,000, €75,001 to €100,000, €100,001 to €250,000, € 250,001 to €500,000, €500,001 to €1,000,000 and more than €1,000,000; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34648/12]

Sean Fleming

Question:

98 Deputy Sean Fleming asked the Minister for Finance the amount of income tax paid by persons in 2010 and 2011 by persons who are domiciled for tax purposes in the State but not resident in the State in the following ranges: €0 to €25,000, €25,001 to €50,000, €50,001 to €75,000, €75,001 to €100,000, €100,001 to €250,000, €250,001 to €500,000, €500,001 to €1,000,000 and over €1,000,000; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34649/12]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 97 and 98 together.

I am informed by the Revenue Commissioners that, on the basis of the entries to the Form 11 Return of Income for 2010 by persons who indicated that they were resident, but non-domiciled, the following amounts of income tax liability arose:

Tax range €

Total tax liability within range €

0 to 25,000

11,733,327

25,001 to 50,000

11,755,425

50,001 to 75,000

8,542,473

75,001 to 100,000

9,609,279

100,001 to 250,000

20,297,202

250,001 to 500,000

9,469,175

500,001 to 1,000,000

5,997,576

Over 1,000,000

0

The filing date for the 2011 Return of Income is 31 October 2012 therefore figures in relation to tax paid by resident, non-domiciled persons, for 2011 are not yet available.

I am further informed by the Revenue Commissioners that the only data available in relation to the taxable income of non-residents comes from income tax returns filed in Ireland by those non-resident individuals who have Irish source income or income derived from working in Ireland. The available data does not distinguish between non-resident persons who are domiciled and non-domiciled.

Tax Reliefs

Aengus Ó Snodaigh

Question:

99 Deputy Aengus Ó Snodaigh asked the Minister for Finance the value of the revenue forgone to the State as a result of the tax relief on income protection insurance premiums each year for the past five years. [34650/12]

The position is that income tax relief for contributions paid to permanent health benefit schemes is allowable in accordance with section 471 of the Taxes Consolidated Act 1997. This section provides relief for premiums paid to a permanent health benefit scheme approved by the Revenue Commissioners, which provides for periodic payments to an individual in the event of loss or diminution of income due to ill health. The relief is confined to an amount not exceeding 10% of the individual's total income for any tax year. Information on the cost to the Exchequer and the numbers of claimants availing of the relief in respect of the permanent health benefit schemes is available for the income tax years 2005 to 2009 inclusive, the most recent year for which final data is available. The relevant figures are shown in the following table:

Year Ended 31st December as specified

Estimated Cost of Tax Relief €m

31/12/2005

3.2

31/12/2006

3.1

31/12/2007

3.6

31/12/2008

4.0

31/12/2009

3.9

Part of the cost of contributions to permanent health benefit schemes is not identifiable as a result of the move to a "net pay" basis for contributions by PAYE taxpayers from 6 April, 2001.

Tax Reliefs

Aengus Ó Snodaigh

Question:

100 Deputy Aengus Ó Snodaigh asked the Minister for Finance the value of the revenue forgone to the State as a result of the tax relief on contributions to private pensions each year for the past five years. [34651/12]

The following table provides a breakdown of the estimated cost of tax and PRSI reliefs relating to private pension contributions for 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009, the latest year for which the most up-to-date data is available together with estimates of the notional or imputed cost of the tax exemption for the investment income and gains of approved superannuation funds. Corresponding estimates of the cost of tax reliefs are also provided for 2005 to the extent that it has been possible to provide them on a consistent and comparable basis. Figures have been rounded where appropriate. I am advised by the Revenue Commissioners that while corresponding updates of the cost figures are not yet available for the tax year 2010 the necessary work of assembling the basic data to enable this to be done is ongoing. No data is available for 2011.

Finally, it should be borne in mind that the information imparted by the costing of tax and other reliefs in the pensions area is inherently limited. It may suggest a significant notional loss in terms of tax foregone as compared with the savings that might be expected if the tax relief was not available. However, where tax relief arrangements are of such significance, as in this instance, the removal of the reliefs would represent a fundamental adjustment to the current balance of the tax system and would have very significant implications in terms, among other things, of the economic and behavioural impacts which would ensue. These impacts would be difficult to model in advance. For these reasons, the real informational content of the costings of tax reliefs is limited and should be treated with some caution.

2005 €m

2006 €m

2007 €m

2008 €m

2009 €m

Employees’ Contributions to approved Superannuation Schemes

423

540

590

655

730

Employers’ Contributions to approved Superannuation Schemes

90

120

150

165

155

Estimated cost of exemption of employers’ contributions from employee BIK

370

510

540

595

560

Retirement Annuity Contracts (RACs)

358

435

408

353

237

Personal Retirement Savings Accounts (PRSAs)

42

55

61

74

77

Estimated cost of PRSI and Health Levy relief on employee contributions

Not available

220

240

255

230

Exemption of investment income and gains of approved Superannuation Funds

1,050

1,200

900

685

780

Tax Credits

Terence Flanagan

Question:

101 Deputy Terence Flanagan asked the Minister for Finance if he will provide full details regarding the foreign earnings deduction introduced in the Finance Bill 2012; if the cost of air travel will be included in this deduction; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34656/12]

The Foreign Earnings Deduction is a deduction from income for income tax purposes for employees who travel abroad to certain countries as part of the duties of their employment. A deduction from salary of up to a maximum of €35,000 will be granted for employees travelling to the so-called BRICS countries, namely Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa as part of the duties of their employment. The individual claiming the deduction must be absent from the State for a minimum of 60 days in a period of 12 months beginning or ending in a relevant tax year. These days can be accumulated from a number of trips. However, in order to qualify each trip must have a minimum duration of four days.

The deduction has been introduced for three years and is scheduled to expire at the end of the 2014 tax year, at which point it will be reviewed.

It is likely that the cost of air travel for relevant journeys would be borne by an employer and therefore it would not be appropriate to include such costs when calculating the amount of income that can be deducted by an individual under the scheme. However, employers may claim a deduction for such costs in the accounts of the business when determining the profits of that business for tax purposes.

I am informed by the Revenue Commissioners that an information leaflet on the Foreign Earnings Deduction will be available on their website shortly.

Tax Code

Robert Dowds

Question:

102 Deputy Robert Dowds asked the Minister for Finance the capability, if any, he has to levy tax on Irish tax exiles who officially live abroad. [34690/12]

The Programme for Government indicates that, as part of its fiscal policy, the Government will ensure that "tax exiles" make a fair contribution to the Exchequer. In Budget 2012, I abolished the "citizenship condition" for payment of the Domicile Levy to ensure that "tax exiles" could not avoid the levy by renouncing their citizenship. I also stated that I intend to keep the contentious issue of the tax treatment of "tax exiles" (which is linked to the tax residence rules) under constant review. In line with the position prevailing in many other jurisdictions, the capability to impose Irish taxation on an individual is linked to the residence status (i.e. resident or non-resident) for tax purposes of that individual. In general, an individual who is not resident here for tax purposes is taxable on his or her Irish source income and gains, on income attributable to duties of an employment exercised here, and on gifts and inheritances of Irish situated property.

The Programme for Government update in March 2012 confirms the commitment to undertake a consultation process on residence issues in 2012 to inform preparation for further changes in 2013. Earlier this year, I launched a public consultation on tax residence rules wherein I invited interested parties to make submissions on possible revisions to the current residence rules for the taxation of individuals. I welcome views on:

whether or not, and how, the current day counting rules should be amended;

whether or not, and how, the day counting rules should be supplemented with other rules;

the appropriateness of citizenship as a basis for taxation;

whether or not, and how, the conditions for and/or the range of application of the Domicile Levy should be changed;

whether or not the Domicile Levy should continue in place if the rules for determining residence were modified.

Any proposals should have due regard to:

the need to ensure that Exchequer tax yields are not undermined;

the continued promotion of Ireland as a location for inward investment;

their ease of administration;

their implications for arrangements in place under double taxation agreements with other jurisdictions.

Submissions should be made, at the latest, by 1 August 2012 and may be e-mailed toresidence.consultation@finance.gov.ie or posted to:

Residence Consultation

Capital and Savings Taxation Policy Unit

Fiscal Division

Department of Finance

Government Buildings

Upper Merrion Street

Dublin 2

Tax Credits

Robert Dowds

Question:

103 Deputy Robert Dowds asked the Minister for Finance the capacity, if any, he has to reduce tax credits for persons and couples who earn more than €100,000 per annum; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34691/12]

The Programme for Government states that as part of the Government's fiscal strategy we will maintain the current rates of income tax together with bands and credits.

Financial Services Regulation

Martin Heydon

Question:

104 Deputy Martin Heydon asked the Minister for Finance the steps he is taking to try and ensure that the recent reduction in ECB lending rates is passed on to Irish consumers by the Irish banks as was the intention of the ECB; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34706/12]

The lending institutions in Ireland are independent commercial entities. Ultimately the pricing of financial products, including standard variable mortgage interest rates, is a commercial decision for the management team and board of each lending institution, having due regard to their customers and the impact on profitability, particularly where the cost of funding to each lending institution, including deposit pricing, is under pressure. Neither the Central Bank nor I have any responsibility for the variable mortgage interest rate charged by the financial institutions. I have no powers to compel the institutions to reduce their rates.

Revenue Documents

John Deasy

Question:

105 Deputy John Deasy asked the Minister for Finance the procedures in place to allow small businesses to submit their accounts to Revenue other than through the online system, ROS, which may not be suitable for older traders who do not have any computer experience and who prefer to make their own returns without the use of an accountant; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34712/12]

I am advised by the Revenue Commissioners that legislation now obliges taxpayers within certain categories to meet their tax filing and paying obligations in an electronic format using the Revenue On-Line Service, ROS.

ROS was introduced in 2001 and the legislation underpinning mandatory electronic filing was introduced in 2008 on a phased basis, commencing with large companies, and extending to Government Departments, Public Bodies, all other companies and certain self assessed individuals. This progressive approach to mandatory electronic filing was extended to all VAT registered businesses in June 2012.

The mandatory legislation does not oblige non-self assessed individuals, e.g. employees, to engage with Revenue electronically.

There are some small businesses (not companies) that are not obliged to file electronically. These businesses include all non VAT registered businesses (businesses with turnover less than €37,500 for the supply of services, and €75,000 for the supply of goods) and certain self assessed individuals.

The legislation allows Revenue to exclude a taxpayer from their obligation to pay and file electronically, if Revenue is satisfied that the taxpayer does not have the capacity to do so. "Capacity" means sufficient access to the Internet, and in the case of an individual, also means not prevented by reason of age, or mental or physical infirmity from efiling or epaying.

Taxpayers who wish to apply for exclusion can do so to their local Revenue office. Where exclusions are granted taxpayers can continue to meet their Revenue obligations in a non electronic format.

For those who do not qualify for exclusion under the Legislation, Revenue has offered, and will continue to offer assistance to all new ROS users. This assistance includes a one to one tutorial on how to use ROS, which will be delivered at the customer's convenience. This approach ensures that all new ROS users become accustomed to and confident in using the service.

There are many advantages associated with using ROS the main being the tax calculation facility which instantly calculates the tax due providing the user with an accurate tax liability.

Export Statistics

Thomas P. Broughan

Question:

106 Deputy Thomas P. Broughan asked the Minister for Finance if he is concerned that exports through Dublin Port fell by 0.8% in the first five months of 2012 and overall trade is down by 1.7% through the port; his views on the impact of this decrease on economic recovery here; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34807/12]

I note the Deputy's concerns regarding exports through Dublin Port, particularly given that exports have been the bedrock upon which Ireland's recovery has been based. However, I would point to the recently published Quarterly National Accounts (QNA) which provides hard data on exports. Exports were 6.1 per cent higher for the first quarter of 2012 than in the corresponding period in 2011. Exports also increased by 2.6 per cent on a quarter-on-quarter basis. These positive figures are testament to Ireland's improving competitiveness. It is important also to note the composition of Irish exports, with exports of services increasing steadily since 2009 and now representing nearly 50 per cent of all exports. This continued growth is reflected in the 11.9 per cent increase in services in Q1 2012 when compared with Q1 of 2011. However, given the nature of services, this will not be reflected in Dublin Port's figures. Encouragingly though, the QNA data also show an increase in the export of goods over the same period of 1.1 per cent.

These figures are consistent with my Department's forecast for export led growth in 2012.

Bank Guarantee Scheme

Thomas P. Broughan

Question:

107 Deputy Thomas P. Broughan asked the Minister for Finance if he will outline his key broad objectives during current negotiations on bank debt here and the promissory notes; if he can quantify any overall targets he may have for the reduction of Ireland’s interest payments on the national debt for that portion related directly to the blanket bank guarantee and for a cut, elimination or deferment of promissory note payments; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34808/12]

As the Deputy can appreciate, the welcome recent development from the Euro Area summit of 29th June, represents a major shift in European policy in terms of breaking the vicious circle between the banks and the sovereign. The Irish Government and its officials have been working extremely hard to secure a deal on the Irish bank debt. This agreement provides an opportunity for the issue of the bank debt to be addressed at an EU level. As part of the 7th Review of the Irish Programme which successfully concluded last week, technical work commenced with the troika and this work will intensify over the summer in advance of the September Eurogroup meeting. It has been agreed that when an effective single supervisory mechanism is established, involving the ECB, for banks in the euro area, the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) could have the possibility to recapitalise banks directly. While the policy position is very positive indeed, it would not be possible at this stage of the process to attempt to quantify the benefits which will accrue to the Irish economy. The details of how to separate banking from sovereign debt must now be discussed in detail.

Nevertheless, preliminary discussions on how to separate Irish banking debt from sovereign debt are underway, with a view to concluding in October. However I do not want to prejudice those discussions at this time by commenting on the likely contents of any agreement. The amount of our banking debt which could be considered under this agreement will be identified during the detailed discussions but I would not want Ireland to be constrained by setting a target figure. As the details have yet to be worked out, it is too early to say what the precise implications will be.

I can assure the House that we will seek to be ambitious in our negotiation and will seek to agree the best deal possible for the Irish taxpayer. As and when further measures are agreed/solutions emerge I will inform the Houses as appropriate.

National Pensions Reserve Fund

Thomas P. Broughan

Question:

108 Deputy Thomas P. Broughan asked the Minister for Finance the plans he has to rebuild the National Pensions Reserve Fund in view of its original national policy purpose; if he has made a case for recovery of any part of the fund to the euro states as part of his negotiations to extract Ireland from the effects of the bank disaster; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34809/12]

I am informed by the National Treasury Management Agency, as Manager of the National Pensions Reserve Fund (NPRF), that the total value of the Fund at 31 March 2012 was €15.1 billion and that the value of the Discretionary Portfolio was €5.8 billion. In announcing the Strategic Investment Fund (SIF) initiative in September 2011, the Government indicated a refocusing of the investments of the National Pensions Reserve Fund from global towards Ireland. Commercial investment will be channeled from the NPRF towards productive investment in sectors of strategic importance to the Irish economy.

A key principle of the Strategic Investment Fund is that the NPRF investment, which is to be solely on a commercial basis, will seek matching investment from third-party investors. In this way the Fund's assets can be used as a catalyst to attract additional capital for investment in the Irish economy. In addition, the Fund has been working closely with NewERA in respect of investment opportunities relating to the commercial semi-state sector.

The NPRF Commission announced in November 2011 a commitment of €250 million to a new Irish infrastructure investment fund which is seeking up to €1 billion from institutional investors in Ireland and overseas and which will invest in infrastructure assets in Ireland, including assets designated for disposal by the Government and commercial State enterprises and also new infrastructure projects.

The NPRF has also committed, subject to certain pre-conditions, €450 million to finance the national roll-out of domestic water meters.

Financial Services Regulation

Pearse Doherty

Question:

109 Deputy Pearse Doherty asked the Minister for Finance the levies paid by money lenders to the Financial Regulator in 2011; the expected revenues to be paid by money lenders to the Financial Regulator for 2012; the rates and method to calculate the rates charges on money lenders in each year; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34874/12]

I have been informed by the Central Bank that a total of €341,801 was paid in levies by moneylenders to the Financial Regulator in 2011. It is expected that moneylenders will pay levies in the order of €300,000 in 2012. The Central Bank utilises a cost allocation model, developed by external consultants in 2004, to establish the cost of regulating each industry funding category. This model, which is reviewed and updated on an annual basis, allocates costs to industry categories on the basis of detailed estimates from individual supervision divisions of the expected deployment of available resources.

Based on this model, the total amount of levies payable by moneylenders is equivalent to 50 per cent of the budgeted cost of financial regulation of that sector.

Ministerial Allowances

Sean Fleming

Question:

110 Deputy Sean Fleming asked the Minister for Finance the full list of allowances that are not subject to income tax and the rates applicable that are available to him and Ministers of State in his Department in respect of their official duties including allowances relating to periods when they are away from their offices, either within the State or abroad; and the actual amounts claimed and paid since 9 March 2011 to him and Ministers of State; if these are currently under review; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [35063/12]

I have no official responsibility to the Dáil in relation to this matter. Members of the Oireachtas that are office holders in this Department receive their allowances as members of the House. Therefore, the allowances they receive are a matter for the House itself.

Tax Yield

Pearse Doherty

Question:

111 Deputy Pearse Doherty asked the Minister for Finance the amount of revenue raised by the State on a litre of petrol priced at 136c per litre and a litre of diesel priced at 143c per litre; and if he will provide a breakdown of the revenue raised by revenue type, that is VAT v excise; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [35075/12]

I am advised by the Revenue Commissioners that the Mineral Oil Tax and VAT content of a litre of Petrol and Diesel, based on the stated prices are as follows:

Commodity

Price per Litre

Mineral Oil Tax Content

VAT Content

Total Tax Content

1 Litre

(Cent)

(Cent)

(Cent)

(Cent)

Petrol

136

58.771

25.431

84.202

Diesel

143

47.902

26.740

74.642

The Mineral Oil Tax and VAT content of a litre of Petrol and Diesel, based on today's average prices are as follows:

Commodity

Price per Litre

Mineral Oil Tax Content

VAT Content

Total Tax Content

1 Litre

(Cent)

(Cent)

(Cent)

(Cent)

Petrol

159.9

58.771

29.900

88.671

Diesel

149.9

47.902

28.030

75.932

Tax Credits

Simon Harris

Question:

112 Deputy Simon Harris asked the Minister for Finance the rationale behind the incapacitated child tax credit; if his attention has been drawn to the fact that the Revenue Commissioner now requires medical evidence of a reasonable belief the child concerned will not be able to care for themselves after the age of 18 years; if his attention has been drawn to the difficulty families face in obtaining and providing this evidence as they seek to avail of therapies that will improve their child’s quality of life and their prospects of living independently as adults; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [35102/12]

The position is that Section 465 of the Taxes Consolidation Act 1997 provides for an annual tax credit of €3,300 for each qualifying child that a claimant proves is living with him during the year of assessment. For these purposes a qualifying child is—

(a) if under 18 years of age, permanently incapacitated by physical or mental infirmity, or

(b) if over 18 years of age either permanently incapacitated by physical or mental infirmity before reaching the age of 21, or was in full-time education when they became permanently incapacitated.

In the case of a child under the age of 18 years the credit is granted only if there is a reasonable expectation that, if the child were over the age of 18 years, he or she would be incapable of maintaining himself or herself.

The requirement that there be a reasonable expectation that the child concerned would not be able to care for himself or herself after the age of 18 years was introduced in Finance Act 1986.

In general, a permanent incapacity may be taken as a mental or physical infirmity of a permanent nature which significantly reduces the mental or physical capacity of the child, below that which would be enjoyed by a normal child, and which cannot be ameliorated by the use of any treatment, device, medication or therapy. In other words, the child's capacity to lead a reasonably normal life must be permanently impaired.

I am advised by the Revenue Commissioners that the type of disabilities which are regarded as being permanently incapacitating include Cystic Fibrosis, Spina Bifida, Blindness, severe and permanent deafness that affects both ears, Downs Syndrome, Spastic Paralysis, certain forms of Schizophrenia, and Acute Autism.

If the disability is not one of the above, or where it is not obvious that the child's incapacity is of a serious and permanent nature a doctor's certificate should be submitted with the initial claim.

Tax Credits

Simon Harris

Question:

113 Deputy Simon Harris asked the Minister for Finance the reason a person (details supplied) has been repeatedly refused the incapacitated child tax credit; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [35103/12]

I am advised by the Revenue Commissioners that a claim for the Incapacitated Child Tax Credit for years 2007 to 2010 was received from the person concerned. Section 465(2)(a) states that ‘a child under the age of 18 years shall be regarded as permanently incapacitated by reason of mental or physical infirmity only if the infirmity is such that there would be a reasonable expectation that if the child were over the age of 18 years the child would be incapacitated from maintaining himself or herself'. The doctors' certificates that were provided by the person concerned, while stating that the condition is permanent does not give the certification required. Further clarification is required from the child's doctor in order for Revenue to consider granting the credit. The person concerned may wish to contact Revenue Officer, Joan O' Connell, Kildare Revenue District at 059 8643233, regarding this matter.

House Sales

Pearse Doherty

Question:

114 Deputy Pearse Doherty asked the Minister for Finance if he will explain the reason there have been delays in the provision of house transaction information by the Revenue Commissioners to the Central Statistics Office (details supplied); and if he will advise when the Revenue Commissioners will start providing this monthly information to the CSO. [35118/12]

I am informed by the Revenue Commissioners that they transmit an extensive range of data to the Central Statistics Office (CSO) on a regular basis and have well-established, effective systems and liaison arrangements with the CSO for that purpose. The two organisations have been working closely together to secure the transfer of data relating to house transactions from the Revenue Commissioners' e-Stamping system. The Information Technology (IT) systems necessary for this are now built and are currently in advanced testing. Assuming test results are satisfactory, the Revenue Commissioners expect to be in a position to commence transmitting live e-Stamping data to the CSO within a matter of weeks.

National Asset Management Agency

Pearse Doherty

Question:

115 Deputy Pearse Doherty asked the Minister for Finance further to reporting in a Sunday newspaper of documents disclosed under the freedom of information legislation, if he will confirm if he or his Department passed on to the National Asset Management Agency the representations reportedly made in May 2011 to the Government by Mr. Paddy McKillen; if he will confirm if these representations were available to NAMA; and, if so, if they were material to the decision announced by NAMA in July 2011 to refrain from acquiring further loans connected to Mr. Paddy McKillen. [35120/12]

I can remind the Deputy that under the NAMA Act it is a matter for the Board of NAMA, taking account of legal advice available to it, to determine whether certain loans be acquired or not and the procedures to be adopted if it does decide to acquire. In the case identified by the Deputy, I am advised by NAMA that Mr. McKillen'ss views on the acquisition of his loans were well known to its Board in July 2011 when it decided not to acquire his loans and the loans of companies associated with him. In reaching its decision not to acquire the loans, the Board had regard to section 84 of the NAMA Act 2009. The Board was aware of the content of materials produced by Mr. McKillen and either published, placed before the Courts in his legal actions or submitted by him directly to NAMA or to other parties, including my office, and which were then forwarded to NAMA.

National Asset Management Agency

Pearse Doherty

Question:

116 Deputy Pearse Doherty asked the Minister for Finance following the statement by the CEO of the National Asset Management Agency at the Committee of Public Accounts hearing on 5 July 2012, in which he stated that for 2011, the loan balances net of impairment approximately €25.5 billion and the fair value of approximately €25 billion; and if he will explain the reason NAMA’s fair value, as a proportion of the carrying value, is considerably higher than the fair value of loans shown by Allied Irish Banks, Bank of Ireland and Irish Life & Permanent in their respective 2011 annual reports. [35125/12]

I am advised by NAMA that further information in respect of the fair value of financial statement assets and liabilities as at 31 December 2011 will be provided in NAMA's 2011 Annual Report which will be published later this month. The fair value of loans shown by Allied Irish Bank, Bank of Ireland and Irish Life and Permanent in their 2011 annual reports is a matter for the directors of each respective company. I may remind the Deputy that any fair value process will be subject to both qualitative and quantitative dimensions that can differ between organisations and for differing assets.

National Asset Management Agency

Pearse Doherty

Question:

117 Deputy Pearse Doherty asked the Minister for Finance if he will confirm the projected spend by the National Assets Management Agency on its relationship management department for the full year 2012 and 2013; and if he will confirm the existing and projected headcount for the department and the purpose and objectives of this department. [35126/12]

I can remind the Deputy that all NAMA staff are employed by the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) and the costs are recharged to NAMA by the NTMA as a service provider. Staff-related costs of the total 2011 recharge from the NTMA will be provided in NAMA's Annual Report which will be published later this month. The staff related costs of the total recharge from the NTMA will be presented on an overall basis. The break out of this information any further into costs or manpower or the provision of separate information in relation to individual units (particularly smaller units) would lead to the identification of specific individuals, which is prohibited by restrictions placed on the release of personal information under the Data Protection Act.

The function of relationship management, which relates to the Agency's engagement with members of the Oireachtas and other key stakeholders, is carried out by the Strategy and Communications Division within NAMA. The Strategy and Communications Division is responsible for strategic analysis of the NAMA Portfolio and for developing strategies to maximise the return on NAMA's acquired bank assets. The Division also has responsibility for managing NAMA's communications activity, including the co-ordination of the Agency's engagement with State agencies, relevant statutory and non-statutory bodies, the media, and the general public.

Tax Credits

Billy Timmins

Question:

118 Deputy Billy Timmins asked the Minister for Finance the position regarding tax in respect of a person (details supplied) in County Wicklow; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [35149/12]

I am advised by the Revenue Commissioners that a Tax Credit Certificate for 2012 issued to both the person concerned and his pension provider. The Revenue Commissioners will now provide copies to both parties. In this case the person concerned was in receipt of a DSP Transitory Pension for 2010 and 2011 and a contributory pension from 2011. Details of these pensions were not provided to Revenue and therefore these pensions were not taxed. The person concerned can contact Rita Lahiff from Wicklow Tax District at 01-6316512 if he wishes to further discuss his tax affairs.

Credit Unions Regulation

Michael McGrath

Question:

119 Deputy Michael McGrath asked the Minister for Finance if he is satisfied that the process for form of nomination in respect of credit union account has sufficient safeguards to ensure that the best interests of the account holder are protected and they are not subject to undue influence; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [35161/12]

Section 21 of the Credit Union Act 1997 provides that a member of a credit union who is of or over the age of sixteen may, by a signed written statement, nominate a person or persons to become entitled at the member's death to the whole, or such part or parts as may be specified in the nomination, of any property in the credit union (whether in savings, loans, insurances or otherwise) which the member may have at the time of his or her death. There are a number of safeguards in place to prevent abuse of this provision:

The nominee cannot be an officer of the credit union unless that officer is a member the nominator's family.

The amount that has been nominated is only valid up to a limit of €23,000.

A nomination by a member may be revoked or varied by a subsequent nomination by him.

Marriage of the nominator operates as a revocation of any nomination made by that person, as does the death of the nominee before the nominator.

The Commission on Credit Unions undertook a review of the Credit Union Act 1997 as part of its terms of reference; however, the Commission's Final Report made no recommendations for change in respect of Section 21.

Pension Provisions

Olivia Mitchell

Question:

120 Deputy Mary Mitchell O’Connor asked the Minister for Finance if it would be feasible to increase the drawdown of pensions from 25% to a larger sum or increase levels of flexibility in the drawdown system to avoid the current situation whereby an average adult of 64 years with a pension of €70,000 can only drawdown €19,000 on retirement and €2,000 per year thereafter; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [35232/12]

Contributions to supplementary private pension savings are tax-relieved, within limits, at an individual's marginal rate of income tax while the accrued income and gains on those savings are exempt from taxation. These arrangements apply on the basis that the pension benefits when taken at retirement will be subject to tax. In an arrangement of long standing, an individual can, on retirement at normal retirement age (usually between 60 and 65), draw down a retirement lump sum up to a maximum of 25% of the value of his or her pension fund or 1.5 times final salary, depending on the type of pension scheme, the options available and the individual's particular circumstances. The retirement lump sum is tax-free up to an overall life-time tax-free limit of €200,000.

My understanding of the question is that the Deputy is requesting an increase in the amount of retirement benefits that may be taken as a retirement lump sum. I have no plans at this time to increase the levels of retirement benefits that may be taken in this fashion. On the issue of flexibility, provisions in Finance Act 1999 introduced a considerable degree of 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 Budget and Finance Act 2011. The changes made in 2011 have particular relevance for ordinary members of occupational Defined Contribution pension schemes, as up to the passing of Finance Act 2011, the only option available to such individuals in respect of their main scheme benefits had been the purchase of a retirement annuity after taking the retirement lump sum. Subject to meeting the conditions, these individuals now have the choices referred to above. 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.

Mortgage Interest Relief

Michael McGrath

Question:

121 Deputy Michael McGrath asked the Minister for Finance when the qualifying mortgage customers of Ulster Bank will benefit from the increase in mortgage interest relief in the Finance Act 2012; if he will confirm the number of customers affected; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [35251/12]

This is a matter for the Revenue Commissioners who are responsible for the administration of mortgage interest relief through the tax relief at source (TRS) system. I am advised by Revenue, that they have had on-going contacts and discussions at a senior level with Ulster Bank towards expediting the necessary software changes by Ulster Bank to their TRS systems so that the 30% rate is applied for appropriate mortgage account holders. There are approximately 37,000 Ulster Bank accounts impacted by the change.

Revenue is currently awaiting clarification and confirmation from Ulster Bank on a number of issues regarding the scheduling and testing of the software changes, including, in the light of those clarifications and confirmation, the envisaged implementation date. As an interim relieving measure a 25% rate already available in the ICT systems was applied to all eligible accounts from January. The software changes to be implemented will allow for the passing on of the remaining 5% to mortgage account holders and the balance of relief due since 1 January.

Financial Services Regulation

Terence Flanagan

Question:

122 Deputy Terence Flanagan asked the Minister for Finance if an agency (details supplied) is regulated and if there is a maximum rate of interest that it can charge clients; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [35289/12]

I can confirm to the Deputy that the firm mentioned by him is regulated as a moneylender by the Central Bank. I refer the Deputy to Part VIII of the Consumer Credit Act 1995, as amended, for detailed information on the licensing procedure with regard to moneylenders. Moneylenders have to apply annually to the Central Bank to have their licences renewed. Section 93 of the Consumer Credit Act 1995 sets out the Central Bank's powers on the grant or refusal of a moneylender's licence.

A moneylender's licence granted by the Central Bank is specific to that moneylender. Each individual licence outlines the specific products that the moneylender offers, the annual percentage rate for each product and the total cost of credit for each product. The Central Bank may refuse to grant a moneylender's licence if, in the Bank's opinion, the cost of credit to be charged is excessive or if any of the terms and conditions attaching thereto are unfair. I have been informed by the Central Bank that the associated maximum rate of APR that the licensed moneylender mentioned by the Deputy is authorised to charge is 187.22%. The register of moneylenders licensed by the Central Bank is available on the Bank's website:www.centralbank.ie.

Tax Collection

Dessie Ellis

Question:

123 Deputy Dessie Ellis asked the Minister for Finance if his attention has been drawn to the fact that a company (details supplied) in Dublin 9 have not paid PAYE, USC and other charges and taxes for some employees but were deducting these charges from their pay. [35290/12]

I am advised by the Revenue Commissioners that, for reasons of taxpayer confidentiality, the Revenue Commissioners are not in a position to comment on the tax affairs of the company mentioned by the Deputy, other than to say that the Deputy can be assured that the matters raised by him will be examined.

National Drugs Strategy

Seán Ó Fearghaíl

Question:

124 Deputy Seán Ó Fearghaíl asked the Minister for Finance the budget allocation for and the actual expenditure by Revenue Customs Service and by his Department in implementing the actions of the national drugs strategy unit for the years 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [35300/12]

I am informed by the Revenue Commissioners that they are a fully integrated tax and customs administration. Revenue currently has over 2,000 staff engaged on activities that are dedicated to target and confront non-compliance. These front-line activities include audit, assurance checks, anti-smuggling, investigations, prosecutions and anti-avoidance. Revenue, in implementing the actions of the National Drugs Strategy and other anti-smuggling activities, deploys officers at all key ports and airports in the State. Revenue officers also target the prevention of drug smuggling by carrying out intelligence-based operations and cooperating with other agencies, including the Garda Síochána. In this context the expenditure in implementing the actions of the National Drugs Strategy is applied from Revenue's overall Vote allocation for the administration and collection of taxes and duties, and frontier management.

An estimate of the expenditure figures requested by the Deputy in relation to implementing the actions of the National Drugs Strategy is reported on an annual basis to the Minister for Drugs. These figures are contained in the following table. The figures are based on a retrospective review of resources deployed on drugs work and a costing applied in accordance with a Department of Public Expenditure and Reform approved formula. The expenditure shown is in respect of all Revenue resources deployed over the years in question to this area of activity such as personnel and equipment, the latter including two Revenue cutters and two mobile scanners.

General Costs

Year

€uro

2007

8,481,000*

2008

14,987,000

2009

15,867,000

2010

15,797,000

2011

15,470,000

*This figure was submitted without using the formula hence the differential between 2007 and 2008 figures.

Departmental Agencies

Noel Harrington

Question:

125 Deputy Noel Harrington asked the Minister for Finance the State agencies and bodies within the remit of his Department that have the power to enter or search premises in the course of an investigation; if they need a search warrant; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [35315/12]

In response to the Deputy's question details of the bodies within the remit of my department that have the power to enter or search premises in the course of an investigation are as follows.

The Central Bank of Ireland

The Central Bank of Ireland ("the Bank") has been granted the power under various provisions of sector-specific legislation (i.e. legislation governing the supervision of different types of regulated financial service provider) to conduct investigations of regulated financial service providers (and entities related to such providers in certain circumstances) in order to assist the Bank in the performance of its statutory functions. While the scope of the Bank's powers to conduct investigations varies according to the applicable legislation, a power is usually given to the Bank to appoint persons (usually, but not always, referred to as "authorised officers") to enter and search the premises of regulated financial service providers. Each sector-specific investigation regime provides for the powers of authorised officers when entering and searching premises.

Save for entering a dwelling, there is no general obligation on an authorised officer to obtain a court issued warrant before exercising their powers of entry and search in accordance with their certificate/warrant of appointment. Certain sector-specific investigation regimes provide that where an authorised officer is prevented from entering a premises, he or she may apply to court for a warrant and/or an order of the Court requiring the firm or related party to cooperate. Certain provisions provide explicitly that the power of an authorised officer to enter and search a dwelling can only be exercised with the consent of the occupier or by a court issued warrant.

Pursuant to Part 3 of the Central Bank (Supervision and Enforcement) Bill 2011, most of the provisions governing the appointment and powers of authorised officers across financial services legislation are to be consolidated and the existing provisions repealed or revoked. Section 24 of the published Bill provides for the powers of authorised officers to enter premises, subject to the proviso that entry to a dwelling requires the consent of the occupier or a warrant issued under section 26 of the Bill. Section 26 of the Bill provides, inter alia, that notwithstanding the powers conferred on authorised officer to enter premises, a judge of the District Court may on the sworn evidence of an authorised officer issue a warrant authorising the officer to enter the premises (by reasonable force if necessary).

Officers of the Revenue Commissioners

I have been provided with the following information in by Office of the Revenue commissioners. Officers of the Revenue Commissioners, appropriately authorised by the Commissioners, have statutory powers of entry to premises. These powers do not extend to private dwellings. Where it is intended to enter and search a private dwelling, a search warrant under the appropriate statutory provision must be obtained. The following at A is a list and a brief summary of the statutory powers allowing for entry onto a premises without warrant; and at B a list and brief summary of the statutory provisions for search warrants for premises including private dwellings.

Legal Provisions: A. Statutory powers of entry without search warrant. Section 136(1) of the Finance Act 2001 as amended.

Pursuant to s.136(1) of the Finance Act 2001, as amended by s.70 of the Finance Act 2008 and by s.87(a) of the Finance Act 2002, and by the Finance Act 2012, an Officer authorised by the Revenue Commissioners may enter a premises or other place (not including a dwelling) where certain activities are occurring. A search warrant is not required for such entry. The activities are as follows:

(a) Production/processing/holding/storage/keeping/importation/purchase/packaging/offeringfor sale/sale/disposal of alcohol products, tobacco products and mineral oil;

(b) Supply of electricity or natural gas;

(c) Manufacture/distribution/storage/repair/modification/importation/dealing/delivery/disposalof mechanically propelled vehicles;

(d) Acceptance of bets;

(e) Provision of postal services or a service for the delivery of foreign packets.

Additionally, an Officer may enter a premises where records relating to the above products or activities are kept or when the Officer has a reasonable belief that they are kept on those premises. Pursuant to s.136(2) of the Finance Act 2001, an Officer may enter a premises or other place (not including a dwelling) in order to examine and to take samples of mineral oil from a fuel tank. They may also enter a premises in order to question a vehicle owner, a person in charge of a vehicle or where the registered owner is not an individual, to question the director, manager or principal officer of the owner. The questioning must relate to mineral oil. The Officer may search the premises also.

Section 43(10)(a) of the Finance Act 1975 as amended provides:

For all entry at reasonable times to any public place in which gaming machines are believed to be available for play.

Section 125 of the Finance Act 1992 provides:

For entry at all reasonable times to any public place where amusement machines are believed to be available for play.

Section 108 of the Value Added Tax Consolidation Act 2010 provides:

That an Authorised Officer may at all reasonable times enter any premises or place where he or she reasonably believes business is carried on or anything is done in connection with business.

Regulation 6 of S.I. No. 610/2011 European Communities (Intrastat) Regulations 2011 provides:

An Authorised Officer may at all reasonable times enter any premises or place where he or she reasonably believes records relating to goods to which the Intrastat system applies are kept.

Section 902B(4)of the Taxes Consolidation Act 1997 as amended provides:

That an Authorised Officer when investigating a class or classes of policies and the policy holders to whom they were issued may at all reasonable times enter any premises or place of business of an assurance company to inspect the relevant records held by the assurance company in respect of a sample of policies of that class or those classes and the policy holders of those policies.

Section 903(2) of the Taxes Consolidation Act 1997 as amended provides:

That an Authorised Officer may at all reasonable times enter any premises or place in connection with PAYE enquiries and investigations.

Section 904(2) of the Taxes Consolidation Act 1997, as amended, provides:

That an Authorised Officer may at all reasonable times enter any premises or place in connection with Relevant Contract Tax.

Section 904A(2) of the Taxes Consolidation Act 1997 as amended provides:

That an Authorised Officer may at all reasonable times enter any premises or place of business of a relevant deposit taker for the purposes of auditing for a year of assessment the return made by the relevant deposit taker.

Section 904C(2) of the Taxes Consolidation Act 1997 provides:

That an Authorised Officer may at all reasonable times enter any premises or place of business of an assurance company carrying on life business for the purposes of auditing for a financial year the returns made by the company of appropriate tax.

Section 904D (sub-section 2) of the Taxes Consolidation Act 1997 as amended provides:

That an Authorised Officer may at all reasonable times enter any premises or place of business of an investment undertaking for the purposes of auditing for a financial year the returns made by the investment undertaking of appropriate tax.

Section 904E(2) of the Taxes Consolidation Act 1997 as amended provides:

That an Authorised Officer may at all reasonable times enter any premises or place of business of an authorised insurer for the purpose of auditing for a year of assessment claims made by an authorised insurer.

Section 904F(2) of the Taxes Consolidation Act 1997 provides:

That an Authorised Office may at all reasonable times enter any premises or place of business of a qualifying lender for the purpose of auditing for a year of assessment claims made by the qualifying lender.

Section 904G(2) of the Taxes Consolidation Act 1997 provides:

That an Authorised Officer may at all reasonable times enter any premises or place of business of a qualifying insurer for the purposes of auditing for the year of assessment claims made by the qualifying insurer.

Section 904H(2) of the Taxes Consolidation Act 1997 as amended provides:

That an Authorised Officer may at all reasonable times enter any premises or place of business of a qualifying savings manager or a person appointed by a qualifying savings manager for the purposes of auditing compliance.

Section 904I(2) of the Taxes Consolidation Act 1997 as amended provides:

That an Authorised Officer may at all reasonable times enter any premises or place of business of an accountable person for the purposes of auditing a return made by an accountable person in connection with dividend withholding tax.

Section 904J(2) of the Taxes Consolidation Act 1997 as amended provides:

An Authorised Officer may at all reasonable times enter any premises or place of business of an accountable person for the purposes of auditing for year of assessment returns made by an accountable person in connection with tax deduction from payments in respect of professional services by certain persons.

Section 904K(2) of the Taxes Consolidation Act 1997 as amended provides:

That an Authorised Officer may at all reasonable times enter any premises or place of business of a relevant person for the purpose of auditing a return in relation to notices of attachment.

Section 905(2) of the Taxes Consolidation Act 1997 provides:

That an Authorised Officer may at all reasonable times enter any premises or place of business where there is reason to believe that any trade/profession/activity is carried out therein which is chargeable to tax of any type. Furthermore, they are empowered to enter a premises where they have reason to believe that any property is located there.

B. Search of Premises Under Warrant. Section 205 of the Customs Consolidation Act 1876 as amended by Section 19 of the Finance Act 1936

provides that an Officer of Customs and Excise may search any house or place under search warrant where there is reasonable suspicion of the presence of uncustomed or prohibited goods.

Section 3(2) of the Customs and Excise (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1988

provides that an Officer of Customs and Excise may on reasonable grounds for suspecting that a person is in possession of a controlled drug on any premises or land or documents directly or indirectly relating to transactions or dealing in controlled drugs on any premises or land may obtain a search warrant to search such premises or land.

Section 5(1) of the Customs and Excise (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1988

provides that a search warrant may be issued to a named Officer of Customs and Excise where there are reasonable grounds for suspecting the presence of books or documents relating to a smuggling offence at any place.

Section 12(1) Animals Remedies Act 1993,

provides that an Officer of Customs and Excise on reasonable suspicion that a person is in possession of a prohibited substance in contravention of the hormone legislation or that such substance or documents relating to them are on any land, premises, vehicle or thing obtain a search warrant to enter and search such land, premises or vehicle.

Section 136(5) of the Finance Act 2001

provides that an Authorised Office of the Revenue Commissioners may on reasonable grounds for suspecting that anything liable to forfeiture under the law relating to excise is being kept or concealed on or any premises or place, obtain a search warrant.

Section 905(2)(A) of the Taxes Consolidation Act 1997

provides that an Authorised Officer of the Revenue Commissioners may obtain a search warrant where there are reasonable grounds for suspecting:

(a) that a person may have failed or fail to comply with any provision of the Acts; or

(b) such failure is likely to have lead or may lead to serious prejudice to the proper assessment or collection of tax and;

(c) records material to such assessment or collection are likely to be kept or concealed at a premises or place.

Section 908C of the Taxes Consolidation Act 1997 as amended

provides that an Authorised Officer may apply for a search warrant if he has reasonable grounds for suspecting that an offence is being, has been or is about to be committed, and

(i) that material which is likely to be of value (whether by itself or together with other information) to the investigation of the offence,

(ii) that evidence of, or relating to the commission of, the offence is to be found in any place.

Section 5 of the Criminal Justice (Surveillance) Act 2009

provides that senior officers of the Revenue Commissioners can apply to the Court for authorisation to enter a premises including a dwelling to place or remove a surveillance device.

Appointments to State Boards

Charlie McConalogue

Question:

126 Deputy Charlie McConalogue asked the Minister for Finance if he will outline the total number of appointments to State boards since March 2011 under the aegis of his Department; the total number of appointments that have been advertised on his Department’s website; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [35607/12]

Charlie McConalogue

Question:

127 Deputy Charlie McConalogue asked the Minister for Finance the number of chairpersons appointed to State boards since March 2011 that have appeared before the relevant Oireachtas Joint Committee; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [35620/12]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 126 and 127 together.

In response to the Deputy's question the following are details of appointments made to bodies under the aegis of my Department Since March 2011.

Disabled Drivers Medical Board of Appeal

Name of appointee/ Date of appointment or reappointment

Details

Dr. Angela McNamara 07 Nov 2011

Dr. McNamara was reappointed to the Board.

Fiscal Advisory Council

Name of appointee/ Date of appointment or reappointment

Details

Mr. Sebastian BarnesProfessor Alan BarrettDr. Donal DonovanProfessor John McHaleDr. Roisin O’Sullivan Appointed 07 Jul 2012

As Minister for Finance I announced the establishment of the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council on a non-statutory basis on 7 July 2011. The Council is part of a wider agenda of reform of Ireland’s budgetary architecture which is envisaged in the Programme for Government and is a requirement of the EU/IMF Programme of Financial Support for Ireland. When establishing the Council, I stated that the Council would be an independent body whose existence and independence would be underpinned by legislation to be brought forward by Government in the Fiscal Responsibility Bill.The Chairman did not undergo interview by Oireachtas Committee but the Fiscal Council appeared before the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform on 17 November 2011 to discuss their first fiscal assessment report published in October.I appointed the members having regard to a number of criteria including the desirability of having a mix of appropriate backgrounds (academia, the financial sector/financial markets and public finance), macroeconomic/microeconomic expertise and a strong international dimension, as well as the need to take gender considerations into account. I am satisfied that the appointed members have the mix of skills and experience, including in relation to fiscal affairs, to ensure that the Council will be highly effective in fulfilling its mandate. The Fiscal Responsibility Bill will include provisions for the appointment of members once the Council is on a statutory footing.

Board of National Asset Management Agency

Name of appointee/ Date of appointment or reappointment

Details

Mr. John Mulcahy Appointed 12 Mar 2012

He was not appointed under the new procedures for board appointments. His appointment was a National Asset Management Agency Executive Appointment. Mr. Mulcahy is head of Asset Management within the National Asset Management Agency.

National Treasury Management Agency Advisory Committee

Name of appointee/ Date of appointment or reappointment

Details

Mr. John Moran 6 Mar 2012

Post was not advertised because it has been the norm to appoint the Secretary General of the Department of Finance to the Advisory Committee since the establishment of the National Treasury Management Agency.

National Pensions Reserve Fund Commission

Name of appointee/ Date of appointment or reappointment

Details

Mr. Maurice Keane Appointed 5 Feb 2012

Post was not advertised as it was a reappointment.

State Claims Agency Policy Advisory Committee

Name of appointee/ Date of appointment or reappointment

Details

Dr. Noel WhelanMs Wendy ThompsonMr. Charlie HardyMr. Fachtna Murphy Appointed 1 Jul 2012

The vacancies were advertised on the websites of the Departments of Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform.Dr. Whelan was reappointed as Chairperson. He has not appeared before the relevant Joint Oireachtas Committee.

Irish Bank Resolution Company (IBRC)

Name of appointee/ Date of appointment or reappointment

Details

Mr. Oliver Ellingham *Appointed 14 Oct 2011Mr. Roger McGreal *Appointed 15 Nov 2011

As specific skills are required due to the nature of the business model at IBRC it was decided on this occasion not to proceed with the public advertisement of the vacancies. The current chairman was appointed to the Board prior to March 2011.* The Directors of the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation were appointed by the board of the bank with my approval.

Higher Education Grants

Jack Wall

Question:

128 Deputy Jack Wall asked the Minister for Education and Skills the grants available to assist a person (details supplied ) in County Kildare with their education application; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34425/12]

Jack Wall

Question:

136 Deputy Jack Wall asked the Minister for Education and Skills if a person (details supplied) in County Kildare is entitled to any grant or financial assistance regarding their third level degree course; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34438/12]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 128 and 136 together.

The decision on eligibility for new student grant applications is a matter for the central grant awarding authority SUSI (Student Universal Support Ireland). Under my Department's student grant scheme, students who are entering approved courses for the first time are eligible for grants where they satisfy the relevant conditions as to nationality, residency, previous academic attainment and means. The Deputy will appreciate that in the absence of all of the relevant details that would be contained in an individual's application in relation to nationality, residency, previous academic attainment and means it would not be possible for me to say whether or not a student would qualify for a grant. The student is advised to submit a fully completed online grant application to SUSI via studentfinance.ie to have his eligibility for grant assistance assessed. Further information on student grants is available on thestudentfinance.ie website

Schools Refurbishment

Pat Breen

Question:

129 Deputy Pat Breen asked the Minister for Education and Skills further to Parliamentary Question No. 261 of 14 February 2012, the position regarding an emergency works grant application in respect of a school (details supplied) in County Clare; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34381/12]

I am pleased to inform the Deputy that funding was approved in May 2012 for the school in question to carry out fire safety works and the school authorities have been informed.

Departmental Staff

Seán Ó Fearghaíl

Question:

130 Deputy Seán Ó Fearghaíl asked the Minister for Education and Skills if, in view of a Labour Court decision (details supplied), he will take immediate action to provide alternative and appropriate employment for the public servant concerned; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34400/12]

Seán Ó Fearghaíl

Question:

151 Deputy Seán Ó Fearghaíl asked the Minister for Education and Skills if a person (details supplied) in County Kildare, who was found to have been unfairly dismissed by City of Dublin Vocational Education Committee, will be redeployed within the VEC sector or to an appropriate post within his Department; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34738/12]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 130 and 151 together.

The person referred to by the Deputy was employed as a Junior Certificate School Programme Research and Development Officer with City of Dublin VEC (CDVEC). CDVEC is a statutory body with its own corporate status established under the Vocational Education Acts, 1930 to 2001. The matters raised with regard to the termination of this person's employment are appropriate to CDVEC as the employer. The Deputy may also wish to note that that my Department no longer provides funding to the Junior Certificate Schools Programme for a specialist post in the area of research.

Apprenticeship Programmes

Joe Higgins

Question:

131 Deputy Joe Higgins asked the Minister for Education and Skills the selection criteria used to decide which training facilities were no longer required to deliver training in the trades of carpentry and joinery; and if he will consider beginning a process whereby this decision is reversed before irreparable damage is done with Institute of Technology Blanchardstown, Dublin. [34409/12]

Seán Ó Fearghaíl

Question:

168 Deputy Seán Ó Fearghaíl asked the Minister for Education and Skills if he will respond to issues raised in correspondence (details supplied) regarding the reduction by the Higher Education Authority of training centres; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [35240/12]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 131 and 168 together.

The sharp decline in apprentice recruitment and significant levels of redundancies in many apprenticeship trades over the past three years has resulted in a dramatic fall off in the number of apprentices requiring education and training in the institutes of technology and colleges of further education. The requirement for Carpentry and Joinery provision has been particularly affected, having fallen from a high of 168 blocks nationally in 2008 to an expected national requirement for 15 blocks in 2012.

In light of the collapse in demand for this trade and following close consultations with the education providers and FÁS, the Higher Education Authority (HEA) has allocated Carpentry and Joinery provision to a reduced number of colleges on a regional cluster basis for the 2012/13 academic year. All institutes involved in the training of apprentices have access to the equipment needed to support high quality training and the decision to allocate provision on a regional basis was taken in order to ensure that Carpentry and Joinery provision remained available to apprentices in regions across the country. In line with the commitment in the Government's Action Plan for Jobs, a review of the apprenticeship training model is being undertaken during 2012.

Special Educational Needs

Finian McGrath

Question:

132 Deputy Finian McGrath asked the Minister for Education and Skills the position regarding a home tuition grant in respect of a person (details supplied) in Dublin 5. [34421/12]

Finian McGrath

Question:

140 Deputy Finian McGrath asked the Minister for Education and Skills if he will provide an update on early intervention support service in respect of a person (details supplied) [34540/12]

I propose to take Questions Nos. 132 and 140 together.

Home Tuition was approved for the child referred to by the Deputy for a period up to July 27th 2012. There is no record in my Department of receipt of the claim form for the grant payment. I have arranged for a claim form to be forwarded to the parents of the child in question for completion and return in this regard.

The Deputy will be aware that the National Council for Special Education (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. SENOs are a valuable source of support to parents who are actively sourcing a placement for their children. I have arranged for the SNA issue raised by the Deputy to be forwarded to the NCSE for their direct attention and reply.

School Transport

Charlie McConalogue

Question:

133 Deputy Charlie McConalogue asked the Minister for Education and Skills the reason children in junior and senior infants who are entitled to school transport are only able to avail of transport to school and are not able to avail of the return journey as they finish school earlier than the other pupils and they still have to pay the full rate of €100; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34422/12]

One of the main objectives of the School Transport Scheme is to ensure that, as far as possible, eligible children have a reasonable level of service while at the same time, ensuring that school transport vehicles are fully utilised in an efficient and cost effective manner. In this regard, Bus Éireann generally plan and timetable school transport services for children who are in attendance for the full school day.

Children in infant classes may have a school day that is one hour shorter than the length of the normal school day. This is a concession in the interests of young children and allows for a perceived inability on their part to sustain the work of the full day. It is a matter for the Board of Management of a particular school to decide whether the concession should be applied in the case of the school or not. It is also a matter for the managerial authorities to arrange adequate supervision for children while they are on the school premises. The annual charge for school transport is a contribution towards the overall cost and does not reflect the true cost of providing these services.

School Enrolments

Mary Lou McDonald

Question:

134 Deputy Mary Lou McDonald asked the Minister for Education and Skills if his attention has been drawn to ongoing admittance problems at a school (details supplied) in Dublin 7 for children attending primary feeder schools in the local area; if he will raise the issue with the school's board of management; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34424/12]

The question of enrolment in individual schools is the responsibility of the managerial authority of those schools. My Department's main responsibility is to ensure that schools in an area can, between them, cater for all pupils seeking places. It is the responsibility of the managerial authorities of schools that are not in a position to admit all pupils seeking entry to implement an enrolment policy in accordance with the Education Act 1998. In this regard a board of management may deem it necessary to restrict enrolment to children from a particular age group or to children living in a particular area or on the basis of some other criterion. The selection process and the enrolment policy on which it is based is matter for the individual school authority. In formulating an enrolment policy a school must, however, ensure it is lawful and applied fairly to all applicants.

The Deputy will be aware that in June last year, I launched a discussion paper on school enrolment. The document, "Discussion Paper on a Regulatory Framework for School Enrolment" contains suggestions on how to make the process of enrolling in schools more open, equitable and consistent. I have made it clear that the paper was not meant to be prescriptive; the purpose of the paper was to lead and provoke debate on enrolment policies and practices. I invited education partners and interested parties to submit their views to my Department by the 28th of October last. The feedback from this consultation will help inform the nature and scope of a new regulatory framework for school enrolment. I intend to bring legislative proposals to Government this year, the primary aim of which will be to ensure that every child is treated fairly and that every child has a place at school.

Proposed Legislation

Patrick Nulty

Question:

135 Deputy Patrick Nulty asked the Minister for Education and Skills if he will consider amending the draft legislation on education and training boards to provide for a designated seat for adult learners on the boards as requested by adult learners and their representatives; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34437/12]

Earlier this year, the General Scheme of an Education and Training Boards Bill was referred to the Office of the Parliamentary Counsel to the Government for formal drafting. It is hoped that the Bill will be published before the end of the summer. I will consider the issue raised by the Deputy in advance of publication.

Question No. 136 answered with Question No. 128.

School Transport

Dan Neville

Question:

137 Deputy Dan Neville asked the Minister for Education and Skills if he will review school transport arrangements for students who will be attending a school (details supplied) in County Limerick in September 2012; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34446/12]

Under the terms of my Department's Post Primary School Transport Scheme children are eligible for transport where they reside not less than 4.8 km from and are attending their nearest education centre as determined by my Department/Bus Éireann, having regard to ethos and language. Bus Éireann, which operates the School Transport Scheme on behalf of my Department, determine eligibility by measuring the shortest traversable route from a child's home to the relevant education centre. Children who are not eligible for school transport may apply for transport to a particular school on a concessionary basis in accordance with the terms of the scheme. The school transport charge for children who are eligible for school transport and for children who are availing of school transport on a concessionary basis remains at €350 for the next school year. This charge is subject to a family maximum of €650 per annum. This charge can be paid in two instalments in July and December.

Labour Court Awards

Sean Fleming

Question:

138 Deputy Sean Fleming asked the Minister for Education and Skills when will approval to the payment of an award by the Labour Court which is waiting sanction from his Department be granted (details supplied); and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34521/12]

The current position is that my Department is in consultation with the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform in relation to the Labour Court's recommendation in this case.

School Transport

Brendan Griffin

Question:

139 Deputy Brendan Griffin asked the Minister for Education and Skills if he will review school transport catchment boundaries at a location (details supplied) in County Kerry due to exceptional circumstances in the area; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34525/12]

Changes to the Post Primary School Transport Scheme were announced in Budget 2011 and derive from recommendations in the Value for Money Review of the School Transport Scheme. The main change to the current scheme means that from the 2012/13 school year, school transport eligibility for all pupils newly entering a post primary school will be determined by reference to the distance they reside from their nearest Post-Primary Education Centre having regard, as heretofore, to ethos and language.

In general, existing eligible and catchment boundary children including those who are not attending their nearest post primary centre will retain their transport eligibility for the duration of their post primary education cycle provided there is no change to their current circumstances. Siblings of these children and other children who are not attending their nearest school may apply for school transport on a concessionary basis only in accordance with the terms of the Post Primary School Transport Scheme. The changes to the Post Primary School Transport Scheme will be applied equitably on a national basis.

Question No. 140 answered with Question No. 132.

Schools Refurbishment

Dara Calleary

Question:

141 Deputy Dara Calleary asked the Minister for Education and Skills the reason schools (details supplied) in County Mayo, were declined emergency funding; if he will provide details of other sources of funding that may be available to the schools; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34560/12]

The management authorities of the two schools referred to by the Deputy submitted applications recently for funding under my Department's Emergency Works Scheme to carry out various improvement works at their schools. As the scope of works for which funding is sought is outside the terms of the scheme they cannot be considered for funding. The management authorities of both schools have been informed of this decision. The schools were advised to submit scaled down applications to address the immediate health and safety issues and these revised applications were received yesterday. These applications will now be assessed and the school authorities will be advised of the outcome.

School Transport

Michael Lowry

Question:

142 Deputy Michael Lowry asked the Minister for Education and Skills if he will review the decision made to refuse subsidised post primary school transport to a student (details supplied) in County Tipperary despite the fact that this school is the closest school of the chosen ethos and beliefs of that student and family; if he will provide information on the cost saving made by refusing subsidised transport in this case; if he will clarify the reason the distance to the school was calculated based on walking route; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34561/12]

Under the terms of my Department's Post Primary School Transport Scheme children are eligible for transport where they reside not less than 4.8 km from and are attending their nearest education centre as determined by my Department/Bus Éireann, having regard to ethos and language. Bus Éireann, which operates the School Transport Scheme on behalf of my Department determine eligibility by measuring the shortest traversable route from a child's home to the relevant education centre. Children who are not eligible for school transport may apply for transport on a concessionary basis in accordance with the terms of the scheme. My Department has requested Bus Éireann to submit a report on the application details submitted by the family in question. When this report is received my Department will be in contact the family.

School Curriculum

Seamus Kirk

Question:

143 Deputy Seamus Kirk asked the Minister for Education and Skills his plans to include a new computer studies course on the second level curriculum, in view of improvements in the IT sector; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34567/12]

The curriculum in post-primary schools is devised on the basis that ICT is not a subject but rather a tool to be integrated into the teaching and learning across all subjects. The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment has developed an ICT framework which sets out a structured approach to ICT in curriculum and assessment. This sets out the types of learning appropriate for students during the period of compulsory education, and provides a guide to teachers for embedding ICT across the curriculum. Therefore, it is not time bound.

The overall implementation of ICT in schools is supported by the National Centre for Technology in Education which provides for extensive training and guidance for schools on the integration of ICT into teaching and learning. I am currently leading the reform of the Junior Cycle. A Framework for the revised Junior Cycle has been prepared. It contains 24 Statements of Learning which students should experience. One of the Statements of Learning aims to ensure that all students "use ICT effectively and ethically in learning and in life". In addition, there are six key skills identified. One of them is "managing information and thinking" and includes " using ICT to access, manage and share knowledge". The reform will also allow for the introduction of optional school developed short courses of 100 hours duration. This will provide a new opportunity for schools to progress the provision of short courses to enhance students' ICT skills which will be embedded in all their learning. Such courses could include software programming and coding, if a school so chooses.

Departmental Expenditure

Seamus Kirk

Question:

144 Deputy Seamus Kirk asked the Minister for Education and Skills the annual budget on IT and innovation in the education sector; if he will give a full breakdown of the costs; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34568/12]

I understand that the question relates to the provision of ICT funding for primary and post primary schools.

My Department funds the ICT in Schools Programme. The programme, which commenced in 1998, delivers strategic investment across the range of interconnected issues which need to be addressed in order to systematically integrate ICT into teaching and learning and promote the development of pupils' digital literacy.

In line with best practice internationally the programme addresses four key themes:

internet access for schools (broadband since 2005),

teacher professional development in ICT,

ICT infrastructure deployment in schools,

deployment of curriculum-relevant digital content and software for use in the classroom.

Between 2009 and 2011 inclusive, some €126m has been allocated under the programme, including €92m in ICT Infrastructure Grant funding between November 2009 and December 2010. The main priority under this scheme was the equipping of each classroom with a teaching computer and digital projector. Once the baseline is in place schools can allocate any remaining funding under the scheme to other ICT equipment and software for educational use. A number of key support measures were taken to help schools get best value in the use of these devolved grants — in particular, the inclusion of schools in national purchasing frameworks for desktops, laptops, digital projectors and printers, the delivery of a national series of elearning seminars for school leaders, and the provision of extensive guidance and training on the use of ICT in the classroom. In relation to overall expenditure under the Programme, I have attached a breakdown of expenditure for 2011.

In relation to funding this year, €13.2 million has been earmarked for the ICT in Schools Programme. The increase in the 2012 allocation as compared with the 2011 outturn primarily reflects the ongoing rental costs for the 78 schools connected under the pilot project to provide high speed (100Mbit/s) broadband connections to schools.

The current allocation allows the programme to remain focused on maintaining priority services within reduced staffing and financial resources through 2012. The ICT in Schools programme continues to adapt to the new policy challenges and opportunities arising from major developments in curricular reform, digital publishing, digital content dissemination tools generally, cloud services, portable computing and student devices, and the deployment of high speed broadband at post-primary level.

ICT in Schools Programme 2011

Total

Category

(€000)

1. Schools Broadband

5,522

2. NCTE activities (NCTE is now integrated with the PDST)

3,944

3. E-twinning initiativee-Twinning is an EU-wide initiative whereby schools in Europe can work together using a shared portal. It aims to help schools to bring a European dimension to their activities and to integrate ICT into the classroom. The programme is managed by Léargas.

46

4. EUN fee (European Schoolnet is a network of 30 Ministries of Education in Europe and beyond)

31

5. Other

23

Totals

€9,566

School Transport

Michael Lowry

Question:

145 Deputy Michael Lowry asked the Minister for Education and Skills if he will review the decision to refuse subsidised post-primary school transport to a person (details supplied) in County Tipperary despite the fact that this school is the chosen school of that family; if he will review the decision regarding the minimal difference in distance of two schools, the fact that elder family members are already attending the students chosen school and the fact that the pick-up point for the eligible school is 4km from the family home; if he will provide information on the cost saving made by refusing subsidised transport in this case; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34587/12]

Under the terms of my Department's Post Primary School Transport Scheme children are eligible for transport where they reside not less than 4.8 km from and are attending their nearest education centre as determined by my Department/Bus Éireann, having regard to ethos and language.

Bus Éireann, which operates the School Transport Scheme on behalf of my Department, determine eligibility by measuring the shortest traversable route from a child's home to the relevant education centre.

Children who are not eligible for school transport may apply for transport on a concessionary basis in accordance with the terms of the scheme.

While it is the prerogative of parents to send their children to the school of their choice, eligibility for school transport is to the nearest school, having regard for ethos and language.

Schools Building Projects

Seán Ó Fearghaíl

Question:

146 Deputy Seán Ó Fearghaíl asked the Minister for Education and Skills his plans to roll out further school building projects under the PPP system; and if he has evaluated the outcome for schools already delivered under this programme [34600/12]

It is planned to deliver a further bundle of 8 schools through the Department's Public Private Partnership Programme (PPP).

A preferred tenderer (BAM PPP) was appointed by the National Development Finance Agency in September 2011 following which planning applications were made. Grant of planning was received for the last of the sites in May this year. The NDFA is currently involved in negotiations with BAM PPP. Once these negotiations are successfully finalised, it is anticipated that a contract for the construction of the entire bundle of 8 schools will be awarded.

The NDFA is currently carrying out a review of the pilot bundle of PPP schools. This review includes an audit of the schools and an evaluation of the project to date.

Education Schemes

Olivia Mitchell

Question:

147 Deputy Olivia Mitchell asked the Minister for Education and Skills if he will confirm that students who started a funded course under the labour market activation scheme have now lost that funding since the termination of that scheme and the advent of the Springboard scheme and consequently cannot complete the course; if he will clarify the situation in respect of a person (details supplied) in Dublin 20; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34633/12]

The Labour Market Activation Scheme (LMA), which was introduced in 2009, provided for 1,500 free undergraduate and 1,000 free postgraduate places for unemployed people on part time courses in universities and institutes of technology across the country.

Only those part time courses approved and selected by an independent evaluation panel were eligible for funding under the LMA initiative. Students who commenced an approved LMA course were funded until completion of that course, subject to continuing to meet requirements of the programme. The course referred to by the Deputy is a full time programme and was not an approved LMA course. Students on this course would therefore not have been eligible for funding through the LMA initiative.

I understand that the student in question has been advised that as he is pursuing a full time course he may be eligible for support under the Student Grant Scheme and that he should contact the relevant grant awarding authority in this regard.

Schools Building Projects

Robert Troy

Question:

148 Deputy Robert Troy asked the Minister for Education and Skills in view of the recent announcement that funding has been secured from the European Investment Bank for the construction of schools, if his Department will be hiring professionals such as architects and quantity surveyors to carry out the works or if these positions have already been filled. [34636/12]

I announced last March details of the 275 large scale building projects that will proceed to construction over the five year period 2012-2016 at a cost of €1.5 billion. The €100m loan being provided by the European Investment Bank (EIB) will assist in the funding of the €1.5 billion investment.

The school projects that will benefit from the EIB investment are included in the press release issued on 6 July 2012. As these projects are expected to be completed by 2014, a Design Team has been in place in respect of each project for some considerable time at this stage. The Design Team consists of an architect, quantity surveyor, structural engineer and mechanical and electrical engineer.

Teacher Secondment

Sean Fleming

Question:

149 Deputy Sean Fleming asked the Minister for Education and Skills the number of teachers that are currently on secondment overseas in association with EU programmes or other programmes; the arrangements in respect of these secondments; if the full Irish teacher's salary continues to be paid while working overseas; the other payments that are made part of the programme to the person overseas under these programmes; the maximum number of years a person will remain on secondment; if the Irish salary or the salary received in respect of the work overseas is partly funded by the EU or some other programme; if he will outline the cost of this in 2011 and an estimate for 2012; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34669/12]

In the school-year 2011/12, 59 Irish teachers (26 primary and 33 post-primary) were on secondment from their schools in Ireland and teaching in European Schools. Any variation in that number from year to year is small. The European Schools are a system of 14 nursery, primary and secondary schools established and maintained by the European Union and its Member States.

The schools serve the needs of children whose parents are officials of the EU Commission, European Parliament and other official European institutions. The schools have been established by an intergovernmental treaty — the Convention of the European Schools — to which Ireland is a signatory.

The Department is committed to fulfilling its obligations under the Convention of the European Schools. It supports the operation of the schools by arranging for the transfer of teachers from Ireland to fill teaching positions in the European Schools and by funding replacement teachers in schools in Ireland.

European posts are advertised and applications sought from interested teachers. Selection is by interview. Secondment is for a maximum of nine years.

While they are on secondment, the salaries of the teachers are paid by the Department and supplemented by the Central Office of European Schools. Such teachers also receive an additional salary payment from the European Union Office of European schools. Allowances to cover various expenses are also payable. On completion of their service in the European Schools, the teachers return to their schools in Ireland, although an Irish base school can recall a teacher before that, if it wants to. Throughout the period of secondment, the Department also pays for temporary replacement teachers.

The cost to the Department in 2011 was €16,000, comprising costs of advertising, interviewing, taster visits to the schools by the teachers and a guidance service. It is expected that the cost to the Department in 2012 will be in the region of €25,000.

The arrangements for such secondment are set out at length in Departmental circular 0009/2007, which can be found on the website of my Department.

Departmental Expenditure

Brendan Smith

Question:

150 Deputy Brendan Smith asked the Minister for Education and Skills the expenditure for his Department to the end of June both current and capital; if the expenditure to date is in line with the projected expenditure profile at the beginning of the year; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34696/12]

Net overall expenditure to end-June 2012 of €4.176 billion on the Education and Skills Vote is €26 million (0.6%) ahead of the profiled figure of €4.15 billion.

Current expenditure of €4.005 billion is €16 million (0.4%) ahead of profile, while capital expenditure of €171 million is €10 million (6%) ahead of profile.

Question No. 151 answered with Question No. 130.

Schools Building Projects

Noel Coonan

Question:

152 Deputy Noel Coonan asked the Minister for Education and Skills the position regarding a building project for a school (details supplied) in County Tipperary; the timeframe for completion of works; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34758/12]

The project at the school to which the Deputy refers is at an early stage of architectural planning. The school was recently authorised to instruct its design team to proceed to Stage 2a (Developed Design) of the architectural planning process.

Due to competing demands on the Departments capital budget imposed by the need to prioritise the limited funding available for the provision of additional school accommodation to meet increasing demographic requirements it was not possible to include the project referred to by the Deputy in the 5 year construction programme announced in March.

School building projects, including the project referred to by the Deputy, which have not been included in the five year construction programme, but which were announced for initial inclusion in the building programme will continue to be progressed to final planning stages in anticipation of the possibility of further funds being available to the Department in future years.

Schools Building Projects

Derek Nolan

Question:

153 Deputy Derek Nolan asked the Minister for Education and Skills the progress made to date on the new school proposed for Claregalway, County Galway; if a patron for the school has been agreed upon; if a site has been identified for the new school; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34766/12]

As the Deputy will be aware, in June 2011 I announced that 20 new post-primary schools are to be established up to 2017 to cater for increasing demographics across a number of locations. This announcement included for the provision of a new post-primary school in Claregalway, County Galway to commence operation in September 2013. The New Schools Establishment Group has recently submitted its report to me on the assessment of the applications received for patronage of new second level schools to be established in 2013 and 2014. I am currently considering this report and I hope to be in a position shortly to announce my decisions on the patronage of the new schools to be established.

My Department is working closely with the relevant Local Authority in relation to identifying and acquiring a suitable site for the proposed school referred to by the Deputy. My Department is now considering what options are available locally to allow the school to commence operation, pending the delivery of a permanent accommodation solution. In relation to the permanent site, a number of site assessments have been carried out to date which did lead to discussions with a number of land owners. However, due to commercial sensitivities attaching to site acquisitions generally I am not in a position to comment further in relation to the site acquisition process at this time.

School Transport

Michael McCarthy

Question:

154 Deputy Michael McCarthy asked the Minister for Education and Skills if a request (details supplied) regarding the school transport scheme in west Cork will be facilitated; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34771/12]

Under the terms of my Department's Post Primary School Transport Scheme children are eligible for transport where they reside not less than 4.8 km from and are attending their nearest education centre as determined by my Department/Bus Éireann, having regard to ethos and language.

Bus Éireann, which operates the School Transport Scheme on behalf of my Department, determine eligibility by measuring the shortest traversable route from a child's home to the relevant education centre.

In general, existing eligible and catchment boundary children including those who are not attending their nearest post primary centre will retain their transport eligibility for the duration of their post primary education cycle provided there is no change to their current circumstances.

Siblings of these children and other children who are not attending their nearest school may apply for school transport on a concessionary basis only in accordance with the terms of the Post Primary School Transport Scheme.

School Transport

Niall Collins

Question:

155 Deputy Niall Collins asked the Minister for Education and Skills if his attention has been drawn to the fact that Bus Éireann has issued letters withdrawing school transport services previously enjoyed by people across the country including Bruff, County Limerick; if he will reverse this decision; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34772/12]

Changes to the Post Primary School Transport Scheme were announced in Budget 2011 and derive from recommendations in the Value for Money Review of the School Transport Scheme.

The main change to the current scheme means that from the 2012/13 school year, school transport eligibility for all pupils newly entering a post primary school will be determined by reference to the distance they reside from their nearest Post-Primary Education Centre having regard, as heretofore, to ethos and language.

In general, existing eligible and catchment boundary children including those who are not attending their nearest post primary centre will retain their transport eligibility for the duration of their post primary education cycle provided there is no change to their current circumstances. Siblings of these children and other children who are not attending their nearest school may apply for school transport on a concessionary basis only in accordance with the terms of the Post Primary School Transport Scheme.

The school transport charge for children who are eligible for school transport and for children who are availing of school transport on a concessionary basis remains at €350 for the next school year. This charge is subject to a family maximum of €650 per annum. This charge can be paid in two instalments in July and December.

The changes to the Post Primary School Transport Scheme will be applied equitably on a national basis.

Schools Building Projects

Michael McGrath

Question:

156 Deputy Michael McGrath asked the Minister for Education and Skills if he will provide a detailed update on plans for an education campus development in Carrigaline, County Cork, comprising of a new gaelcholáiste, the relocation of the existing gaelscoil and sonas; if he has given the go ahead for these developments; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34820/12]

I can confirm that the education campus referred to by the Deputy is currently being master planned to accommodate the three schools.

As the Deputy may be aware these schools were included in the 5 Year Programme which I announced on the 12th March last to proceed to construction in 2014/2015.

School Transport

Mattie McGrath

Question:

157 Deputy Mattie McGrath asked the Minister for Education and Skills if he will provide a breakdown of all school transport catchment areas in South Tipperary used for the free transport scheme for medical card holders; if his attention has been drawn to the fact that a student living in Grange village is not eligible for free travel to school in Cahir and is expected to travel to a Clonmel school despite the fact that a school bus for Cahir travels through Grange village while no bus for Clonmel school travels through Grange village and that they would have to travel a few miles to get the bus to Clonmel; his views on whether this situation is acceptable; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34826/12]

The use of catchment areas to determine eligibility for school transport will cease from the commencement of the 2012/13 school year for all children newly entering post-primary school.

From this date these children will be eligible for transport where they reside not less than 4.8 km from and are attending their nearest education centre as determined by my Department/Bus Éireann, having regard to ethos and language. Eligible children who hold valid medical cards (GMS Scheme) are exempt from paying school transport charges.

Children who are not eligible for school transport may apply for transport on a concessionary basis only in accordance with the terms of the scheme.

Departmental Funding

Dara Calleary

Question:

158 Deputy Dara Calleary asked the Minister for Education and Skills if he will provide in tabular form the amount of funding provided to primary and secondary schools in County Mayo in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and to date in 2012; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [34885/12]

The capital funding provided to Primary and Post-Primary schools in County Mayo for the years 2008 to 2011 and to date in 2012 is included in table below. Due to the nature of the records available, the funding that issued in respect of the Minor Works Grant to Primary schools is only included in the table below. The Minor Works Grant issued to primary schools in 2008 and 2009 at a school rate of €5,500 plus €18.50 per mainstream pupil and €74 per special needs pupil.

TOTAL SPEND 2008 COUNTY MAYO SCHOOLS: €24,839,613.62

SCHOOL NAME

ROLL NUMBER

PROJECT TYPE

PAYMENT TYPE

AMOUNT€

PULLATHOMAS NS

16283E0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

2,116.45

DRUMSLIDE NS

17532E0000

Small School Scheme ’06

Building Grant-CLOSED

539,860.00

SN NAOMH SEOSAMH

18754E0000

SWS ’05

Building Grant-CLOSED

11,115.00

BRACKLOON NS

04796R0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

730.84

S N CROI IOSA

05215W0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

6,012.68

S N CROI IOSA

05215W0000

Emergency ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

47,711.85

SCOIL NAOMH BRID

07054L0000

Emergency ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

16,854.75

SCOIL NAOMH BRID

07054L0000

Emergency ’08

Building Grant-CLOSED

100,000.00

BEHYMORE NS

11725I0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

4,245.86

BEHYMORE NS

11725I0000

Emergency ’08

Building Grant-CLOSED

14,378.25

CRAGGAGH NS

12467R0000

Radon- Remediation

Building Grant-CLOSED

191.00

INVER NS

12568A0000

SWS ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

13,569.78

SHRAHEEN NS

12808R0000

Emergency ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

139,326.72

SHRAHEEN NS

12808R0000

Emergency ’08

Building Grant-CLOSED

15,480.75

CREGDUFF NS

12815O0000

Small School Scheme ’06

Building Grant-CLOSED

112,620.00

S N CEATHRU AN CHLOCHAR

12816Q0000

Small School Scheme ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

158,400.00

CLOONLYON NATIONAL SCHOOL

12936D0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

5,242.95

CLOONLYON NATIONAL SCHOOL

12936D0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

173.60

CLOONLYON NATIONAL SCHOOL

12936D0000

Small School Scheme ’06

Building Grant-CLOSED

71,863.00

CLOONLYON NATIONAL SCHOOL

12936D0000

SWS ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

14,933.92

TAVNEENA NS

12938H0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

17,542.61

TAVNEENA NS

12938H0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

471.03

TAVNEENA NS

12938H0000

Small School Scheme ’06

Building Grant-CLOSED

186,900.00

SN NAOMH COLM CILLE

13145A0000

Emergency ’08

Building Grant-CLOSED

168,000.00

SN GLEANN A CHAISIL

13222P0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

3,090.12

SN GLEANN A CHAISIL

13222P0000

PAS ’06

Building Grant-CLOSED

36,000.00

ST. JOSEPH’S NS

13389F0000

Emergency ’08

Building Grant-CLOSED

84,000.00

MOUNT PLEASANT NS

13500R0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

6,148.82

SN FAITCHE

13555T0000

Emergency ’08

Building Certs: Disability Building Grant

9,960.83

BEACAN MIXED NS

13659I0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

2,500.00

BONNICONLON NS

13667H0000

New School/Building Architectural Planning

Fees Stages 1-6

36,149.56

BEANNCHOR NS

13684H0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

5,409.45

BEANNCHOR NS

13684H0000

Emergency ’08

Building Certs: Disability Building Grant

106,716.54

TEMPLEMARY NS

13758K0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

230.00

SN GORT AN EADAIN

13773G0000

Small School Scheme ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

242,550.00

ST JOHNS NS

13781F0000

PAS ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

504,000.00

S N COILL AN BHAILE

14064F0000

Emergency ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

30,984.34

BARNATRA NS

14188A0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

781.66

SN DUBH THUAMA

14193Q0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

2,500.00

SN DUBH THUAMA

14193Q0000

SWS ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

4,699.93

CILL MHOR IORRAIS

14258S0000

SWS ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

15,694.76

RICHMOND NS

14400S0000

Emergency ’08

Building Grant-CLOSED

10,080.00

GORTJORDAN NS

14534Q0000

Extension on-site 2005

F&E: Furniture Grant

1,967.46

DUNKENNELLA NATIONAL SCHOOL

14873P0000

Emergency ’08

Building Grant-CLOSED

53,350.00

CORCLOUGH NS

15014S0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

8,151.00

CORCLOUGH NS

15014S0000

Small School Scheme ’06

Building Grant-CLOSED

114,000.00

QUIGNAMANGER NS

15257V0000

Emergency ’08

Building Grant-CLOSED

168,000.00

ST JOHNS NS

15539I0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

2,422.67

BREAFFY NS

15555G0000

Extension on-site 2004

Fees Final

1,194.28

CLOONFAD N S

15557K0000

Emergency ’08

Building Certs: Disability Building Grant

17,615.00

CARRAKENNEDY NS

15866A0000

New School/Building On-Site 2006

Building Certs: Interim Certs

814,186.58

CARRAKENNEDY NS

15866A0000

New School/Building On-Site 2006

Fees Stages 1-6

5,542.62

CARRAKENNEDY NS

15866A0000

New School/Building On-Site 2006

Fees Stages 7-8

13,673.70

LISANISKA NS

16021U0000

Emergency ’08

Building Certs: Disability Building Grant

2,500.00

SN TOIN NA GAOITHE

16113C0000

Small School Scheme ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

275,000.00

KNOCK NS

16122D0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

1,093.06

ST JOHNS NS

16289Q0000

Small School Scheme ’06

Building Grant-CLOSED

161,340.00

ST JOHNS NS

16289Q0000

SWS ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

4,128.74

ST JOSEPHS NS

16984L0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

18,000.00

ST JOSEPHS NS

16984L0000

PAS ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

150,000.00

ST JOSEPHS NS

16984L0000

SWS ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

10,197.90

CHOMAIN NAOFA

17082W0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

23,781.59

ARDAGH NS BALLINA

17098O0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

1,263.36

S N B BALL ALUINN

17119T0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

8,793.99

S N B BALL ALUINN

17119T0000

PAS ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

402,000.00

S N B BALL ALUINN

17119T0000

SWS ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

9,830.43

S N B BALL ALUINN

17119T0000

Emergency ’08

Building Grant-CLOSED

12,365.64

COONEAL NS

17209U0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

2,866.95

SN TEACH CAOIN

17301I0000

Small School Scheme ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

333,480.00

S N AN CHOILL MHOR

17321O0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

632.15

S N AN CHOILL MHOR

17321O0000

Small Schools Initiative

Building Grant-CLOSED

96,000.00

CARROWHOLLY NS

17483R0000

PAS ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

360,000.00

ST. PAUL’S NS

17562N0000

Extension on-site 2004

Fees Final

5,666.16

SN COLM NAOFA

17682A0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

4,500.00

SN COLM NAOFA

17682A0000

Small School Scheme ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

440,000.00

SN ATHRACHT NFA BUACH

18003F0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

7,493.16

MUIRE GAN SMAL CONVENT PRIMARY SCHOOL

18070U0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

7,842.88

MUIRE GAN SMAL CONVENT PRIMARY SCHOOL

18070U0000

Emergency ’08

Building Grant-CLOSED

84,000.00

S N NAOMH PADRAIG B

18506I0000

Emergency ’08

Building Grant-CLOSED

5,423.00

ST PATRICKS NS CASTLEBAR

18542M0000

Extension on-site 2005

Building Certs: Interim Certs

287,624.11

ST PATRICKS NS CASTLEBAR

18542M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

9,897.50

ST PATRICKS NS CASTLEBAR

18542M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

PARKE NS

18562S0000

Emergency ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

9,202.65

KNOCKROOSKEY NS

18712L0000

Emergency ’08

Building Grant-CLOSED

119,000.00

CLOONLIFFEN NS

18922W0000

Emergency ’08

Building Grant-CLOSED

337,185.00

ST ANTHONYS NS

19248R0000

New School/Building On-Site 2004

Building Certs: Interim Certs

64,155.88

ST ANTHONYS NS

19248R0000

New School/Building On-Site 2004

Building Grant-CLOSED

22,941.80

ST ANTHONYS NS

19248R0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

1,806.02

ST ANTHONYS NS

19248R0000

Special Needs Facility Set-up Grant

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

9,543.44

ST BRIDS SPECIAL NS

19375B0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

1,615.09

ST DYMPHNA’S SCHOOL

19387I0000

New School/Building On-Site 2006

Building Certs: Interim Certs

441,812.38

ST DYMPHNA’S SCHOOL

19387I0000

New School/Building On-Site 2006

Services-CLOSED

13,345.33

ST DYMPHNA’S SCHOOL

19387I0000

Extension on-site 2006

Building Certs: Interim Certs

965,348.20

ST DYMPHNA’S SCHOOL

19387I0000

Extension on-site 2006

Fees Stages 1-6

153,152.34

ST DYMPHNA’S SCHOOL

19387I0000

Extension on-site 2006

Fees Stages 7-8

40,853.55

BARNACARROLL NS

19710M0000

PAS ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

100,350.00

ST NICHOLAS SPECIAL SCHOOL

19773N0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

3,954.69

SCOIL RAIFTEIRI NS

19832D0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

290.00

KILTIMAGH CENTRAL SCHOOL

19903A0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

800.50

ST. PETERS NS

19916J0000

Extension on-site 2006

Building Certs: Interim Certs

268,001.77

ST. PETERS NS

19916J0000

Extension on-site 2006

Fees Stages 7-8

49,638.42

ST. PETERS NS

19916J0000

Extension on-site 2006

F&E: Furniture Grant

40,539.84

ST. PETERS NS

19916J0000

Extension on-site 2006

Other Costs: Percentage of Art

4,384.00

SWINFORD NS

19951L0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

2,184.20

GAELSCOIUL UILEOG DE BURCA

19972T0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

8,180.00

GAELSCOIL NA CRUAICHE

20046M0000

New School/Building On-Site 2007

Fees Stages 1-6

58,876.93

ST JOSEPHS NS

20089H0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

6,354.32

ST JOSEPHS NS

20089H0000

PAS ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

540,000.00

CROSSMOLINA NS

20125I0000

Extension on-site 2004

Services-CLOSED

18,103.25

TOURMAKEADY NS

20256A0000

Small School Scheme ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

345,800.00

SCOIL DAMHNAIT, ACHILL

64490G0000

Special Subjects Grant Current Year

GRANT PAYMENTS TO PROGRAMMES

548.01

BALLA SECONDARY SCHOOL, CASTLEBAR

64500G0000

Special Subjects Grant Current Year

GRANT PAYMENTS TO PROGRAMMES

1,851.45

BALLA SECONDARY SCHOOL, CASTLEBAR

64500G0000

DCG Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

7,130.00

ST MURDEACHS COLLEGE, BALLINA

64510J0000

Special Subjects Grant Current Year

GRANT PAYMENTS TO PROGRAMMES

2,020.67

ST MURDEACHS COLLEGE, BALLINA

64510J0000

DCG Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

7,600.00

ST MURDEACHS COLLEGE, BALLINA

64510J0000

Woodwork Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

12,900.00

ST MARYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BALLINA

64520M0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

189,122.00

ST MARYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BALLINA

64520M0000

Emergency ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

21,553.65

ST MARYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BALLINA

64520M0000

PLC Grant Current Year

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

1,853.80

ST MARYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BALLINA

64520M0000

Special Subjects Grant Current Year

GRANT PAYMENTS TO PROGRAMMES

1,931.00

OUR LADYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BELMULLET

64570E0000

Extension Architectural Plannin

Fees Stages 1-6

85,716.40

OUR LADYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BELMULLET

64570E0000

PLC Grant Current Year

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

1,334.74

OUR LADYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BELMULLET

64570E0000

Special Subjects Grant Current Year

GRANT PAYMENTS TO PROGRAMMES

1,530.55

ST GERALDS COLLEGE, CASTLEBAR

64580H0000

SWS ’06

Building Grant-CLOSED

43,165.51

ST GERALDS COLLEGE, CASTLEBAR

64580H0000

Special Subjects Grant Current Year

GRANT PAYMENTS TO PROGRAMMES

2,592.36

ST JOSEPHS SECONDARY SCHOOL CASTLEBAR

64590K0000

Special Subjects Grant Current Year

GRANT PAYMENTS TO PROGRAMMES

1,693.28

ST JOSEPH’S SECONDARY SCHOOL, MARIST CONVENT

64600K0000

SWS ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

17,152.43

ST JOSEPH’S SECONDARY SCHOOL, MARIST CONVENT

64600K0000

Special Subjects Grant Current Year

GRANT PAYMENTS TO PROGRAMMES

898.08

ST JOSEPH’S SECONDARY SCHOOL, MARIST CONVENT

64600K0000

DCG Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

9,430.00

ST COLMANS COLLEGE, SWINFORD

64610N0000

Emergency ’07

Building Certs: Final Certs

24,440.94

ST COLMANS COLLEGE, SWINFORD

64610N0000

Emergency ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

49,530.05

ST COLMANS COLLEGE, SWINFORD

64610N0000

Special Subjects Grant Current Year

GRANT PAYMENTS TO PROGRAMMES

2,279.58

MOUNT ST MICHAEL

64620Q0000

Emergency ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

41,442.62

MOUNT ST MICHAEL

64620Q0000

Emergency ’08

Building Grant-CLOSED

60,988.50

MOUNT ST MICHAEL

64620Q0000

PLC Grant Current Year

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

667.37

MOUNT ST MICHAEL

64620Q0000

Special Subjects Grant Current Year

GRANT PAYMENTS TO PROGRAMMES

1,499.08

JESUS AND MARY S.S. CROSSMOLINA

64630T0000

Extension on-site 2007

Building Certs: Interim Certs

2,898,959.88

JESUS AND MARY S.S. CROSSMOLINA

64630T0000

Extension on-site 2007

Fees Stages 7-8

111,816.10

JESUS AND MARY S.S. CROSSMOLINA

64630T0000

Extension on-site 2007

F&E: Equipment Grant

432,921.04

JESUS AND MARY S.S. CROSSMOLINA

64630T0000

Special Subjects Grant Current Year

GRANT PAYMENTS TO PROGRAMMES

1,838.36

JESUS AND MARY S.S. CROSSMOLINA

64630T0000

DCG Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

7,130.00

ST JOSEPHS SECONDARY SCHOOL

64640W0000

Replacement Equipment

F&E: Equipment Grant

10,426.50

ST JOSEPHS SECONDARY SCHOOL

64640W0000

Special Subjects Grant Current Year

GRANT PAYMENTS TO PROGRAMMES

1,415.61

ST JOSEPHS SECONDARY SCHOOL

64640W0000

DCG Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

9,430.00

ST JOSEPHS SECONDARY SCHOOL

64640W0000

Technology Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

17,900.00

SANCTA MARIA COLLEGE, LOUISBURGH

64660F0000

PLC Grant Current Year

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

5,190.64

SANCTA MARIA COLLEGE, LOUISBURGH

64660F0000

Special Subjects Grant Current Year

GRANT PAYMENTS TO PROGRAMMES

1,629.40

SANCTA MARIA COLLEGE, LOUISBURGH

64660F0000

DCG Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

9,430.00

SANCTA MARIA COLLEGE, LOUISBURGH

64660F0000

Technology Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

3,600.00

SCOIL MUIRE AND PADRAIG, SWINFORD

64690O0000

PLC Grant Current Year

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

3,707.60

SCOIL MUIRE AND PADRAIG, SWINFORD

64690O0000

Special Subjects Grant Current Year

GRANT PAYMENTS TO PROGRAMMES

1,756.19

COLAISTE MHUIRE, TUAR MHIC EADAIGH

64691Q0000

SWS ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

21,733.65

COLAISTE MHUIRE, TUAR MHIC EADAIGH

64691Q0000

Special Subjects Grant Current Year

GRANT PAYMENTS TO PROGRAMMES

930.44

COLAISTE MHUIRE, TUAR MHIC EADAIGH

64691Q0000

DCG Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

4,530.00

COLAISTE MHUIRE, TUAR MHIC EADAIGH

64691Q0000

Woodwork Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

4,300.00

RICE COLLEGE WESTPORT

64700O0000

Emergency ’06

Building Grant-CLOSED

51,228.40

RICE COLLEGE WESTPORT

64700O0000

Special Subjects Grant Current Year

GRANT PAYMENTS TO PROGRAMMES

2,001.45

SACRED HEART, WESTPORT

64710R0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

80,000.00

SACRED HEART, WESTPORT

64710R0000

PLC Grant Current Year

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

5,561.40

SACRED HEART, WESTPORT

64710R0000

Special Subjects Grant Current Year

GRANT PAYMENTS TO PROGRAMMES

2,058.96

MOYNE V S, BALLINA

72020L0000

Replacement Equipment

F&E: Equipment Grant

3,978.39

ST BRENDANS COLLEGE, BELMULLET

72050U0000

Extension Architectural Plannin

Fees Stages 1-6

217,497.50

ST BRENDANS COLLEGE, BELMULLET

72050U0000

Extension on-site 2008

Building Certs: Interim Certs

3,725,064.32

ST BRENDANS COLLEGE, BELMULLET

72050U0000

Extension on-site 2008

Fees Stages 1-6

91,427.60

ST BRENDANS COLLEGE, BELMULLET

72050U0000

Extension on-site 2008

Fees Stages 7-8

166,617.00

ST BRENDANS COLLEGE, BELMULLET

72050U0000

Extension on-site 2008

Agreed Fees-CLOSED

20,328.00

ST BRENDANS COLLEGE, BELMULLET

72050U0000

Extension on-site 2008

Clerk of Works

24,265.61

ST BRENDANS COLLEGE, BELMULLET

72050U0000

Refurbishment on-site 2004

Fees Final

623.44

ST TIERNAN’S COLLEGE, CROSSMOLINA

72100J0000

Refurbishment on-site 2004

Building Certs: Final Certs

6,524.66

ST TIERNAN’S COLLEGE, CROSSMOLINA

72100J0000

Refurbishment on-site 2004

Fees Final

867.33

ST TIERNAN’S COLLEGE, CROSSMOLINA

72100J0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

167,396.60

ST PATRICK’S COLLEGE, KILLALA

72130S0000

New School/Building On-Site 2007

Building Certs: Interim Certs

1,170,860.32

ST PATRICK’S COLLEGE, KILLALA

72130S0000

Extension Architectural Plannin

Fees Stages 1-6

122,790.80

ST PATRICK’S COLLEGE, KILLALA

72130S0000

Extension Enabling Works

Building Grant-CLOSED

72,809.41

ST PATRICK’S COLLEGE, KILLALA

72130S0000

Extension on-site 2006

Fees Stages 7-8

11,156.20

ST PATRICK’S COLLEGE, KILLALA

72130S0000

Extension on-site 2007

Building Certs: Interim Certs

1,487,502.63

ST PATRICK’S COLLEGE, KILLALA

72130S0000

Extension on-site 2007

Building Grant-CLOSED

1,015,075.90

ST PATRICK’S COLLEGE, KILLALA

72130S0000

Extension on-site 2007

Clerk of Works

16,073.64

ST PATRICK’S COLLEGE, KILLALA

72130S0000

Extension on-site 2007

F&E: Equipment Grant

558,736.00

ST PATRICK’S COLLEGE, KILLALA

72130S0000

Extension on-site 2008

Building Certs: Interim Certs

346,799.25

ST PATRICK’S COLLEGE, KILLALA

72130S0000

Extension on-site 2008

Fees Stages 1-6

146,652.00

ST PATRICK’S COLLEGE, KILLALA

72130S0000

Extension on-site 2008

Fees Stages 7-8

28,229.30

ST PATRICK’S COLLEGE, KILLALA

72130S0000

Refurbishment on-site 2005

Building Certs: Final Certs

2,471.34

WESTPORT V.S.

72160E0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

17,388.91

BALLYHAUNIS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91461C0000

Extension Architectural Plannin

Fees Stages 1-6

82,231.60

BALLYHAUNIS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91461C0000

Extension Architectural Plannin

Surveys-CLOSED

20,459.18

BALLYHAUNIS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91461C0000

Technology Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

18,200.00

BALLINROBE COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91462E0000

SWS ’06

Building Certs: Interim Certs

20,872.91

BALLINROBE COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91462E0000

SWS ’07

Building Certs: Final Certs

20,571.06

BALLINROBE COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91462E0000

DCG Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

5,050.00

ST LOUIS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91494R0000

SWS ’06

Building Certs: Interim Certs

140,110.75

ST LOUIS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91494R0000

SWS ’06

Building Grant-CLOSED

327,512.20

ST LOUIS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91494R0000

SWS ’06

Agreed Fees-CLOSED

26,801.50

ST LOUIS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91494R0000

DCG Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

7,350.00

ST PATRICKS ACADEMY

T1113C0000

DCG Grant Current Year

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

14,930.00

MAYO VEC, CASTLEBAR

VEC0021000

DCG Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

91,640.00

MAYO VEC, CASTLEBAR

VEC0021000

Leaving Cert Technology Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

40,000.00

MAYO VEC, CASTLEBAR

VEC0021000

Woodwork Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

14,400.00

TOTAL SPEND CO MAYO 2009: €17,587,769.87

SCHOOL NAME

ROLL NUMBER

PROJECT TYPE

PAYMENT TYPE

AMOUNT€

IRISHTOWN NS

14808E0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

182.18

PULLATHOMAS NS

16283E0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

17,797.86

DRUMSLIDE NS

17532E0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

16,910.00

DRUMSLIDE NS

17532E0000

Small School Scheme ’06

Building Grant-CLOSED

244,468.03

SN NAOMH IOSAF

18818E0000

Emergency ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

29,983.81

SCOIL IOSA

20275E0000

Emergency ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

9,847.50

BALLANDINE BOYS NATIONAL SCHOOL

01676P0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

8,450.19

ST JOSEPHS NATIONAL SCHOOL

02912G0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

3,168.00

ST JOSEPHS NATIONAL SCHOOL

02912G0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

19,333.35

ST JOSEPHS NATIONAL SCHOOL

02912G0000

Emergency ’09

Building Certs: Disability Building Grant

23,207.41

BRACKLOON NS

04796R0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

997.20

LEHINCH NATIONAL SCHOOL

05120L0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

2,011.33

SCOIL NAOMH BRID

07054L0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

4,499.01

SCOIL NAOMH BRID

07054L0000

Emergency ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

7,649.90

SCOIL NAOMH BRID

07054L0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

10,523.83

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NAOMH FEICHIN

07075T0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

50,000.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NAOMH FEICHIN

07075T0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

37,282.76

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NAOMH FEICHIN

07075T0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

4,434.56

WESTPORT 2 NS

08302J0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

30,196.76

NEWTOWNWHITE NS

09040K0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

3,178.79

BEHYMORE NS

11725I0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

47,000.00

MEELICKMORE N S

12173A0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

7,713.20

MEELICKMORE N S

12173A0000

Small School Scheme ’06

Building Grant-CLOSED

392,939.62

MEELICKMORE N S

12173A0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

3,677.51

S N NA HAILLE

12350T0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

1,980.00

S N NA HAILLE

12350T0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

125,000.00

S N NA HAILLE

12350T0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

9,558.08

AUGHLEAM NS

12373I0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

104,018.92

CRAGGAGH NS

12467R0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

38.98

INVER NS

12568A0000

Rental (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Capital Costs Rental: Removal

6,464.09

INVER NS

12568A0000

Emergency ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

5,334.50

S N ROS DUMHACH

12569C0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

10,972.50

SHRAHEEN NS

12808R0000

Emergency ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

34,195.25

CREGDUFF NS

12815O0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

2,279.29

TAVNEENA NS

12938H0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

543.32

SN NAOMH COLM CILLE

13145A0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

7,015.96

SN NAOMH COLM CILLE

13145A0000

Emergency ’08

Building Grant-CLOSED

107,000.00

ST JOSEPHS NS

13152U0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

178.97

ST JOSEPHS NS

13152U0000

Small School Scheme ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

467,323.50

SN GLEANN A CHAISIL

13222P0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

29,468.57

CORMAIC NAOFA

13225V0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

7,123.65

SCOIL NAISIUNTA AN TSRAITH

13383Q0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

2,099.87

SCOIL NAISIUNTA AN TSRAITH

13383Q0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

13,812.38

SCOIL NAISIUNTA AN TSRAITH

13383Q0000

Emergency ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

6,900.80

SCOIL NAISIUNTA AN TSRAITH

13383Q0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

2,110.08

ST. JOSEPH’S NS

13389F0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

2,063.65

ST. JOSEPH’S NS

13389F0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

201,066.67

ST. JOSEPH’S NS

13389F0000

Emergency ’08

Building Grant-CLOSED

34,362.78

MOUNT PLEASANT NS

13500R0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

3,744.86

MOUNT PLEASANT NS

13500R0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

91,247.50

SN FAITCHE

13555T0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

2,611.89

BEACAN MIXED NS

13659I0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

9,811.44

BONNICONLON NS

13667H0000

New School/Building Architectural Planning

Fees Stages 1-6

15,048.96

BEANNCHOR NS

13684H0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

12,204.99

BEANNCHOR NS

13684H0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

11,812.02

BEANNCHOR NS

13684H0000

Emergency ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

45,735.66

TEMPLEMARY NS

13758K0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

230.85

TEMPLEMARY NS

13758K0000

Emergency ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

7,100.00

SN GORT AN EADAIN

13773G0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

6,000.00

SN GORT AN EADAIN

13773G0000

Small School Scheme ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

113,950.00

SN GORT AN EADAIN

13773G0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

48,450.00

SN GORT AN EADAIN

13773G0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

1,241.88

ST JOHNS NS

13781F0000

PAS ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

169,828.00

ST JOHNS NS

13781F0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

13,375.49

BARNATRA NS

14188A0000

SEC 1A

Building Grant-CLOSED

5,000.00

BARNATRA NS

14188A0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

14,250.00

BARNATRA NS

14188A0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

3,194.00

SN DUBH THUAMA

14193Q0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

5,810.80

SN DUBH THUAMA

14193Q0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

31,835.61

SN MAINISTIR MUIGHEO

14205U0000

Emergency ’08

Building Grant-CLOSED

6,219.00

RICHMOND NS

14400S0000

Emergency ’08

Building Grant-CLOSED

13,679.08

BOFIELD MIXED NS

14418O0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

2,084.39

BOFIELD MIXED NS

14418O0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

2,005.09

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NA CRAOBHAIGHE

14671D0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

1,000.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NA CRAOBHAIGHE

14671D0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

13,300.00

DUNKENNELLA NATIONAL SCHOOL

14873P0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

26,000.00

ST. MARYS NS

15030Q0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

4,627.51

ST JAMES NS SWINFORD

15113U0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

51,551.75

QUIGNAMANGER NS

15257V0000

Emergency ’08

Building Grant-CLOSED

106,000.00

BREAFFY NS

15555G0000

Extension on-site 2004

Building Certs: Final Certs

16,102.83

CLOONFAD N S

15557K0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

2,500.00

CLOONFAD N S

15557K0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

16,220.00

CLOONFAD N S

15557K0000

Emergency ’08

Building Grant-CLOSED

220,000.00

CARRAKENNEDY NS

15866A0000

New School/Building On-Site 2006

Building Certs: Interim Certs

120,938.51

CARRAKENNEDY NS

15866A0000

New School/Building On-Site 2006

Building Certs: Final Certs

83,916.92

CARRAKENNEDY NS

15866A0000

New School/Building On-Site 2006

Fees Stages 7-8

8,549.11

CARRAKENNEDY NS

15866A0000

New School/Building On-Site 2006

F&E: Furniture Grant

51,957.73

LISANISKA NS

16021U0000

Emergency ’09

Building Certs: Disability Building Grant

192,000.00

SN TOIN NA GAOITHE

16113C0000

Small School Scheme ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

10,000.00

KNOCK NS

16122D0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

6,664.69

KNOCK NS

16122D0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

4,622.43

KNOCK NS

16122D0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

136,500.00

KNOCK NS

16122D0000

Emergency ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

65,765.88

CLOGHAN NS

16170O0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

2,850.00

CLOGHAN NS

16170O0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

7,881.55

KINAFFE NS

16173U0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

118,607.50

KINAFFE NS

16173U0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

3,648.00

KILLASSER NATIONAL SCHOOL

16269K0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

10,450.00

ST JOHNS NS

16289Q0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

2,404.21

RATHLEE NS

16492N0000

Emergency ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

5,500.00

MYNA NS

16618J0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

5,883.95

SN BRIGHDE

16756V0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

4,966.87

CULMORE NS

16780S0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

21,403.50

CULMORE NS

16780S0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

1,342.82

KILLALA NS

16811D0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

7,799.40

SN LAINN CILLE

16904K0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

2,500.00

SN LAINN CILLE

16904K0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

68,534.20

SN LAINN CILLE

16904K0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

7,072.75

LAHARDANE NS

16911H0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

1,000.00

ST JOSEPHS NS

16984L0000

PAS ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

47,400.00

ST JOSEPHS NS

16984L0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

1,724.54

CHOMAIN NAOFA

17082W0000

Small School Scheme ’06

Building Grant-CLOSED

205,000.00

ARDAGH NS BALLINA

17098O0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

782.19

ARDAGH NS BALLINA

17098O0000

Emergency ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

39,044.47

ARDAGH NS BALLINA

17098O0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

5,977.59

S N B BALL ALUINN

17119T0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

10,000.00

S N B BALL ALUINN

17119T0000

PAS ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

123,000.00

S N B BALL ALUINN

17119T0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

62,656.30

S N B BALL ALUINN

17119T0000

Emergency ’08

Building Grant-CLOSED

5,299.56

S N B BALL ALUINN

17119T0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

4,562.53

ST PATRICKS NS RATHNAMAGH

17129W0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

1,944.93

SN REALT NA MARA

17176I0000

Small School Scheme ’06

Building Grant-CLOSED

4,114.00

COONEAL NS

17209U0000

Mould Remediation- Remediation

Building Grant-CLOSED

21,129.16

COONEAL NS

17209U0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

6,061.00

SN TEACH CAOIN

17301I0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

9,530.73

SN TEACH CAOIN

17301I0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

1,005.60

SN TEACH CAOIN

17301I0000

Small School Scheme ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

163,454.30

SN TEACH CAOIN

17301I0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

32,176.00

SN TEACH CAOIN

17301I0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

1,742.34

CARROWHOLLY NS

17483R0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

15,552.85

CARROWHOLLY NS

17483R0000

PAS ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

46,648.50

CARROWHOLLY NS

17483R0000

Emergency ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

17,500.00

CARROWHOLLY NS

17483R0000

Emergency ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

7,500.00

S N BEAL CARADH

17585C0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

4,482.79

SN COLM NAOFA

17682A0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

10,000.00

GLENCORRIB NS

17874J0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

3,578.77

DRUMGALLAGH NS

18002D0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

2,740.00

SN ATHRACHT NFA BUACH

18003F0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

3,361.53

SN ATHRACHT NFA BUACH

18003F0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

57,000.00

MUIRE GAN SMAL CONVENT PRIMARY SCHOOL

18070U0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

6,366.92

MUIRE GAN SMAL CONVENT PRIMARY SCHOOL

18070U0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

36,000.00

MUIRE GAN SMAL CONVENT PRIMARY SCHOOL

18070U0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

66,500.00

MUIRE GAN SMAL CONVENT PRIMARY SCHOOL

18070U0000

Emergency ’09

Building Certs: Disability Building Grant

50,915.00

MUIRE GAN SMAL CONVENT PRIMARY SCHOOL

18070U0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

15,994.95

BANAGHER NS

18175L0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

2,974.69

S N NAOMH PADRAIG B

18506I0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

1,940.08

S N NAOMH PADRAIG B

18506I0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

4,619.30

ST PATRICKS NS CASTLEBAR

18542M0000

Extension on-site 2005

Building Certs: Final Certs

34,221.46

ST PATRICKS NS CASTLEBAR

18542M0000

Extension on-site 2005

Fees Final

34,116.89

ST PATRICKS NS CASTLEBAR

18542M0000

Extension on-site 2005

Fees PSDS Final

1,174.50

ST PATRICKS NS CASTLEBAR

18542M0000

Extension on-site 2005

Other Costs: Percentage of Art

12,134.00

ST PATRICKS NS CASTLEBAR

18542M0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

1,461.65

ST PATRICKS NS CASTLEBAR

18542M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

7,770.00

ST PATRICKS NS CASTLEBAR

18542M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

ST PATRICKS NS CASTLEBAR

18542M0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

10,741.75

ST JOSEPHS NS BALLINA

18561Q0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

4,500.00

ST JOSEPHS NS BALLINA

18561Q0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

100,000.00

ST JOSEPHS NS BALLINA

18561Q0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

9,981.30

KNOCKROOSKEY NS

18712L0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

4,500.00

KNOCKROOSKEY NS

18712L0000

Special Needs Facility Set-up Grant

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

6,500.00

KNOCKROOSKEY NS

18712L0000

Emergency ’08

Building Grant-CLOSED

163,000.00

KNOCKROOSKEY NS

18712L0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

9,000.00

SN PEADAIR AGUS POL

18848N0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

4,712.37

SN PEADAIR AGUS POL

18848N0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

120,000.00

SN PEADAIR AGUS POL

18848N0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

6,937.77

SN GORT SCEICHE

18880J0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

3,473.21

CLOONLIFFEN NS

18922W0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

5,419.32

CLOONLIFFEN NS

18922W0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

40,000.00

CLOONLIFFEN NS

18922W0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

3,307.70

ST ANTHONYS NS

19248R0000

New School/Building On-Site 2004

Building Certs: Final Certs

5,175.60

ST ANTHONYS NS

19248R0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

7,144.18

ST ANTHONYS NS

19248R0000

Replacement Equipment

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

36.98

ST BRIDS SPECIAL NS

19375B0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

20,209.08

ST BRIDS SPECIAL NS

19375B0000

Replacement Equipment

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

3,012.25

ST BRIDS SPECIAL NS

19375B0000

Rental (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Agreed Fees-CLOSED

4,738.50

ST DYMPHNA’S SCHOOL

19387I0000

New School/Building On-Site 2006

F&E: Equipment Grant

1,952.41

ST DYMPHNA’S SCHOOL

19387I0000

Extension on-site 2006

Building Certs: Interim Certs

3,324,273.40

ST DYMPHNA’S SCHOOL

19387I0000

Extension on-site 2006

Fees Stages 7-8

124,685.04

ST DYMPHNA’S SCHOOL

19387I0000

Extension on-site 2006

F&E: Equipment Grant

69,979.01

ST DYMPHNA’S SCHOOL

19387I0000

Extension on-site 2006

Other Costs: Percentage of Art

12,666.00

ST DYMPHNA’S SCHOOL

19387I0000

Extension on-site 2006

Services-CLOSED

385.90

ST DYMPHNA’S SCHOOL

19387I0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

1,205.56

ST DYMPHNA’S SCHOOL

19387I0000

Replacement Equipment

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

1,734.33

ST DYMPHNA’S SCHOOL

19387I0000

Relocation (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

7,360.00

NEWPORT CENTRAL

19451O0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

652.30

NEWPORT CENTRAL

19451O0000

Emergency ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

117,743.20

SCOIL NAOMH FEICHIN

19488O0000

Emergency ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

36,269.19

SCOIL NAOMH FEICHIN

19488O0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

10,485.10

CARRACASTLE CENTRAL NS

19651W0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

68,249.90

ST NICHOLAS SPECIAL SCHOOL

19773N0000

New School/Building On-Site 2006

F&E: Furniture Grant

50,234.89

ST NICHOLAS SPECIAL SCHOOL

19773N0000

New School/Building On-Site 2006

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

4,602.05

ST NICHOLAS SPECIAL SCHOOL

19773N0000

New School/Building On-Site 2006

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

1,990.31

ST NICHOLAS SPECIAL SCHOOL

19773N0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

18,383.15

GEESALA CENTRAL SCHOOL

19776T0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

7,561.73

TAVRANE CENTRAL NS

19808G0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

1,515.12

TAVRANE CENTRAL NS

19808G0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

81,555.60

FOXFORD CENTRAL NS

19812U0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

2,500.00

FOXFORD CENTRAL NS

19812U0000

Emergency ’08

Building Grant-CLOSED

290,000.00

KILTIMAGH CENTRAL SCHOOL

19903A0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

6,709.74

ST PATRICKS CENTRAL NS

19911W0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

26,400.50

ST PATRICKS CENTRAL NS

19911W0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

10,186.74

ST. PETERS NS

19916J0000

Extension on-site 2006

Building Certs: Final Certs

60,161.27

ST. PETERS NS

19916J0000

Extension on-site 2006

Fees Final

9,661.35

ST. PETERS NS

19916J0000

Extension on-site 2006

F&E: Furniture Grant

44,916.12

ST. PETERS NS

19916J0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

10,244.36

SCOIL PADRAIG NAOFA

20037L0000

Replacement Equipment

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

450.27

SCOIL PADRAIG NAOFA

20037L0000

Emergency ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

69,943.00

SCOIL PADRAIG NAOFA

20037L0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

4,946.44

GAELSCOIL NA CRUAICHE

20046M0000

New School/Building Architectural Planning

Fees Stages 1-6

25,959.01

GAELSCOIL NA CRUAICHE

20046M0000

New School/Building Architectural Planning

Fees PSDS Interim

1,603.80

GAELSCOIL NA CRUAICHE

20046M0000

New School/Building Architectural Planning

Surveys-CLOSED

1,154.25

GAELSCOIL NA CRUAICHE

20046M0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

56.13

ST JOSEPHS NS

20089H0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

19,004.55

CROSSMOLINA NS

20125I0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

354.88

CROSSMOLINA NS

20125I0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

8,750.70

SCOIL IOSA

20142I0000

Extension Architectural Plannin

Fees Stages 1-6

4,036.98

MOUNT PALMER NS

20217N0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

7,964.86

TOURMAKEADY NS

20256A0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

9,000.00

TOURMAKEADY NS

20256A0000

Rental (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Capital Costs Rental: Removal

4,537.00

TOURMAKEADY NS

20256A0000

Small School Scheme ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

148,200.00

SCOIL DAMHNAIT, ACHILL

64490G0000

DCG Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

4,530.00

SCOIL DAMHNAIT, ACHILL

64490G0000

Woodwork Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

300.00

BALLA SECONDARY SCHOOL, CASTLEBAR

64500G0000

Emergency ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

121,736.53

BALLA SECONDARY SCHOOL, CASTLEBAR

64500G0000

Woodwork Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

4,000.00

ST MURDEACHS COLLEGE, BALLINA

64510J0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

93,551.50

ST MURDEACHS COLLEGE, BALLINA

64510J0000

Emergency ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

415,743.10

ST MURDEACHS COLLEGE, BALLINA

64510J0000

Leaving Cert Technology Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

30,000.00

ST MARYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BALLINA

64520M0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

48,089.96

ST MARYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BALLINA

64520M0000

PLC Grant Current Year

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

704.44

ST MARYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BALLINA

64520M0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

39,700.25

OUR LADYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BELMULLET

64570E0000

Extension Architectural Plannin

Fees Stages 1-6

142,944.75

OUR LADYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BELMULLET

64570E0000

Emergency ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

15,493.31

OUR LADYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BELMULLET

64570E0000

PLC Grant Current Year

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

2,966.08

OUR LADYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BELMULLET

64570E0000

DCG Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

7,130.00

OUR LADYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BELMULLET

64570E0000

Woodwork Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

8,000.00

ST GERALDS COLLEGE, CASTLEBAR

64580H0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

161,890.00

ST GERALDS COLLEGE, CASTLEBAR

64580H0000

Emergency ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

56,240.56

ST GERALDS COLLEGE, CASTLEBAR

64580H0000

Woodwork Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

4,000.00

ST GERALDS COLLEGE, CASTLEBAR

64580H0000

Metal Work Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

3,600.00

ST JOSEPH’S SECONDARY SCHOOL, MARIST CONVENT

64600K0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

9,671.40

ST JOSEPH’S SECONDARY SCHOOL, MARIST CONVENT

64600K0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

107,730.00

ST JOSEPH’S SECONDARY SCHOOL, MARIST CONVENT

64600K0000

Emergency ’09

Building Certs: Disability Building Grant

281,095.50

ST JOSEPH’S SECONDARY SCHOOL, MARIST CONVENT

64600K0000

Woodwork Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

4,300.00

ST COLMANS COLLEGE, SWINFORD

64610N0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

4,428.67

ST COLMANS COLLEGE, SWINFORD

64610N0000

DCG Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

9,430.00

ST COLMANS COLLEGE, SWINFORD

64610N0000

Woodwork Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

4,000.00

ST COLMANS COLLEGE, SWINFORD

64610N0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

11,821.14

MOUNT ST MICHAEL

64620Q0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

37,505.05

JESUS AND MARY S.S. CROSSMOLINA

64630T0000

Extension on-site 2007

Building Certs: Interim Certs

146,818.29

JESUS AND MARY S.S. CROSSMOLINA

64630T0000

Extension on-site 2007

Fees Stages 7-8

52,147.80

JESUS AND MARY S.S. CROSSMOLINA

64630T0000

Extension on-site 2007

Other Costs: Percentage of Art

25,289.61

JESUS AND MARY S.S. CROSSMOLINA

64630T0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

85,887.60

JESUS AND MARY S.S. CROSSMOLINA

64630T0000

Woodwork Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

4,300.00

ST JOSEPHS SECONDARY SCHOOL

64640W0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

24,310.44

ST JOSEPHS SECONDARY SCHOOL

64640W0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

49,000.00

ST JOSEPHS SECONDARY SCHOOL

64640W0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

156,710.00

ST JOSEPHS SECONDARY SCHOOL

64640W0000

Woodwork Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

4,000.00

SANCTA MARIA COLLEGE, LOUISBURGH

64660F0000

Extension Architectural Plannin

Fees Stages 1-6

165,312.90

SANCTA MARIA COLLEGE, LOUISBURGH

64660F0000

Extension Architectural Plannin

Agreed Fees-CLOSED

2,430.00

SANCTA MARIA COLLEGE, LOUISBURGH

64660F0000

Replacement Equipment

F&E: Equipment Grant

2,503.12

SANCTA MARIA COLLEGE, LOUISBURGH

64660F0000

PLC Grant Current Year

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

5,561.40

SANCTA MARIA COLLEGE, LOUISBURGH

64660F0000

Woodwork Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

4,000.00

SCOIL MUIRE AND PADRAIG, SWINFORD

64690O0000

PLC Grant Current Year

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

3,707.60

COLAISTE MHUIRE, TUAR MHIC EADAIGH

64691Q0000

Replacement Equipment

F&E: Equipment Grant

53,958.66

COLAISTE MHUIRE, TUAR MHIC EADAIGH

64691Q0000

Emergency ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

202,591.42

COLAISTE MHUIRE, TUAR MHIC EADAIGH

64691Q0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

10,832.55

RICE COLLEGE WESTPORT

64700O0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

6,403.50

RICE COLLEGE WESTPORT

64700O0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

1,834.65

RICE COLLEGE WESTPORT

64700O0000

Woodwork Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

900.00

SACRED HEART, WESTPORT

64710R0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

73,372.30

SACRED HEART, WESTPORT

64710R0000

PLC Grant Current Year

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

5,561.40

SACRED HEART, WESTPORT

64710R0000

Woodwork Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

600.00

MOYNE V S, BALLINA

72020L0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

90,238.71

ST BRENDANS COLLEGE, BELMULLET

72050U0000

Extension on-site 2008

Building Certs: Interim Certs

1,801,086.11

ST BRENDANS COLLEGE, BELMULLET

72050U0000

Extension on-site 2008

Fees Stages 7-8

88,248.14

ST BRENDANS COLLEGE, BELMULLET

72050U0000

Extension on-site 2008

Clerk of Works

34,115.72

ST BRENDANS COLLEGE, BELMULLET

72050U0000

Extension on-site 2008

F&E: Furniture Grant

467,714.00

ST BRENDANS COLLEGE, BELMULLET

72050U0000

Extension on-site 2008

Other Costs: Percentage of Art

25,333.33

ST BRENDANS COLLEGE, BELMULLET

72050U0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

15,604.62

MC HALE COLLEGE ACHILL

72070D0000

DCG Grant Current Year

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

18,500.00

ST TIERNAN’S COLLEGE, CROSSMOLINA

72100J0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

71,743.40

ST TIERNAN’S COLLEGE, CROSSMOLINA

72100J0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

44,650.00

ST TIERNAN’S COLLEGE, CROSSMOLINA

72100J0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

10,655.44

ST PATRICK’S COLLEGE, KILLALA

72130S0000

Extension Enabling Works

Fees Final

21,659.49

ST PATRICK’S COLLEGE, KILLALA

72130S0000

Extension on-site 2007

Building Certs: Interim Certs

337,152.69

ST PATRICK’S COLLEGE, KILLALA

72130S0000

Extension on-site 2007

Fees Final

9,910.05

ST PATRICK’S COLLEGE, KILLALA

72130S0000

Extension on-site 2007

Other Costs: Percentage of Art

36,337.77

ST PATRICK’S COLLEGE, KILLALA

72130S0000

Extension on-site 2008

Building Certs: Final Certs

22,282.78

ST PATRICK’S COLLEGE, KILLALA

72130S0000

Extension on-site 2008

Fees Stages 7-8

72,757.19

WESTPORT V.S.

72160E0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

47,443.00

DAVITT COLLEGE CASTLEBAR

76060U0000

PE Hall Architectural Planning

Fees Stages 1-6

23,242.95

DAVITT COLLEGE CASTLEBAR

76060U0000

PE Hall Architectural Planning

Fees PSDS Interim

2,940.30

DAVITT COLLEGE CASTLEBAR

76060U0000

PE Hall Architectural Planning

Fees: Planning Fees

2,000.00

DAVITT COLLEGE CASTLEBAR

76060U0000

PE Hall on site 2009

Building Certs: Interim Certs

333,666.89

DAVITT COLLEGE CASTLEBAR

76060U0000

PE Hall on site 2009

Fees Stages 7-8

7,807.64

DAVITT COLLEGE CASTLEBAR

76060U0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

56,951.20

DAVITT COLLEGE CASTLEBAR

76060U0000

Emergency ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

283,450.00

BALLYHAUNIS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91461C0000

Extension Architectural Plannin

Fees Stages 1-6

102,005.04

BALLYHAUNIS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91461C0000

Emergency ’09

Building Certs: Interim Certs

109,509.78

BALLYHAUNIS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91461C0000

Emergency ’09

Agreed Fees-CLOSED

15,304.44

BALLYHAUNIS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91461C0000

Woodwork Grant Commitment

Building Grant-CLOSED

8,000.00

BALLINROBE COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91462E0000

SWS ’06

Fees Final

4,838.87

BALLINROBE COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91462E0000

SWS ’07

Agreed Fees-CLOSED

8,121.34

ST LOUIS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91494R0000

DCG Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

14,200.00

ST LOUIS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91494R0000

Woodwork Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

900.00

MAYO VEC, CASTLEBAR

VEC0021000

DCG Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

6,590.00

MAYO VEC, CASTLEBAR

VEC0021000

Woodwork Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

32,000.00

TOTAL SPEND CO MAYO 2010: €15,400,768.00

SCHOOL NAME

ROLL NUMBER

PROJECT TYPE

PAYMENT TYPE

AMOUNT€

IRISHTOWN NS

14808E0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

70,000.00

IRISHTOWN NS

14808E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

IRISHTOWN NS

14808E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,109.00

KEENAGH NS

14923E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

KEENAGH NS

14923E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

513.00

PULLATHOMAS NS

16283E0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

97.48

PULLATHOMAS NS

16283E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

PULLATHOMAS NS

16283E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,510.50

DRUMSLIDE NS

17532E0000

Emergency ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

30,100.00

DRUMSLIDE NS

17532E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

DRUMSLIDE NS

17532E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

826.50

DOOAGH NS

18082E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

DOOAGH NS

18082E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,795.50

SN NAOMH SEOSAMH

18754E0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

84,000.00

SN NAOMH SEOSAMH

18754E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SN NAOMH SEOSAMH

18754E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

852.00

SN NAOMH IOSAF

18818E0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

11,688.85

SN NAOMH IOSAF

18818E0000

Emergency ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

12,850.21

SN NAOMH IOSAF

18818E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SN NAOMH IOSAF

18818E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

655.50

SCOIL IOSA

20275E0000

Radon- Remediation

Building Grant-CLOSED

20,764.00

SCOIL IOSA

20275E0000

Emergency ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

30,902.00

SCOIL IOSA

20275E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

13,089.00

SCOIL IOSA

20275E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

BALLANDINE BOYS NATIONAL SCHOOL

01676P0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

BALLANDINE BOYS NATIONAL SCHOOL

01676P0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

3,676.50

ST JOSEPHS NATIONAL SCHOOL

02912G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ST JOSEPHS NATIONAL SCHOOL

02912G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,679.00

ST JOSEPHS NATIONAL SCHOOL

02912G0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

9,437.25

BRACKLOON NS

04796R0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

3,500.00

BRACKLOON NS

04796R0000

Rental (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Agreed Fees-CLOSED

6,015.50

BRACKLOON NS

04796R0000

Rental (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Capital Costs Rental: Delivery/Installation/ Crane Hire

3,546.87

BRACKLOON NS

04796R0000

Rental (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Capital Costs Rental: Civil Works /Service Connections/Utility Services

858.06

BRACKLOON NS

04796R0000

Rental (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Capital Costs Rental: Site Works

15,459.00

BRACKLOON NS

04796R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

BRACKLOON NS

04796R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,080.50

LEHINCH NATIONAL SCHOOL

05120L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

LEHINCH NATIONAL SCHOOL

05120L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

598.50

BURRISCARRA NATIONAL SCHOOL

05756K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

BURRISCARRA NATIONAL SCHOOL

05756K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,083.00

GARRACLOON NS

06852L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

GARRACLOON NS

06852L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

855.00

SCOIL NAOMH BRID

07054L0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

44,928.84

SCOIL NAOMH BRID

07054L0000

Emergency ’08

Building Grant-CLOSED

5,000.00

SCOIL NAOMH BRID

07054L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,868.50

SCOIL NAOMH BRID

07054L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NAOMH FEICHIN

07075T0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

1,525.50

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NAOMH FEICHIN

07075T0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

70,000.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NAOMH FEICHIN

07075T0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

8,901.90

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NAOMH FEICHIN

07075T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NAOMH FEICHIN

07075T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,425.00

BALLINTUBBER NS

07374G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

BALLINTUBBER NS

07374G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,852.50

WESTPORT 2 NS

08302J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

WESTPORT 2 NS

08302J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,738.50

NEWTOWNWHITE NS

09040K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

NEWTOWNWHITE NS

09040K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

712.50

GLENISLAND NS

09658H0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

120,284.71

GLENISLAND NS

09658H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

GLENISLAND NS

09658H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

712.50

GLENISLAND NS

09658H0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

2,405.65

KILLEENDUFF NS

09691F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

KILLEENDUFF NS

09691F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

912.00

BEHYMORE NS

11725I0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

2,499.86

BEHYMORE NS

11725I0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

140,000.00

BEHYMORE NS

11725I0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

15,500.00

BEHYMORE NS

11725I0000

Emergency ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

43,000.00

BEHYMORE NS

11725I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

BEHYMORE NS

11725I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,016.00

CLOONDAFF NS

11834N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

CLOONDAFF NS

11834N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

684.00

MEELICKMORE N S

12173A0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

5,786.80

MEELICKMORE N S

12173A0000

Small School Scheme ’06

Building Grant-CLOSED

49,000.00

MEELICKMORE N S

12173A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

MEELICKMORE N S

12173A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,567.50

SN NAOMH PADRAIG

12206M0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

36,000.00

SN NAOMH PADRAIG

12206M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SN NAOMH PADRAIG

12206M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

4,788.00

S N NA HAILLE

12350T0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

40,332.17

S N NA HAILLE

12350T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

S N NA HAILLE

12350T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,508.00

AUGHLEAM NS

12373I0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

59,426.85

AUGHLEAM NS

12373I0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

51,190.24

AUGHLEAM NS

12373I0000

Emergency ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

53,652.41

AUGHLEAM NS

12373I0000

Emergency ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

33,240.04

AUGHLEAM NS

12373I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

AUGHLEAM NS

12373I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,795.50

CRAGGAGH NS

12467R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

CRAGGAGH NS

12467R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,425.00

INVER NS

12568A0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

2,340.00

INVER NS

12568A0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

97,354.00

INVER NS

12568A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

INVER NS

12568A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,140.00

INVER NS

12568A0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

3,437.48

S N ROS DUMHACH

12569C0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

4,702.50

S N ROS DUMHACH

12569C0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

S N ROS DUMHACH

12569C0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,111.50

SCOIL NAISIUNTA COILL A TSIDHEAIN

12626L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA COILL A TSIDHEAIN

12626L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

741.00

ST MICHAELS NS

12792F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ST MICHAELS NS

12792F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

712.50

SHRAHEEN NS

12808R0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

3,000.00

SHRAHEEN NS

12808R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SHRAHEEN NS

12808R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

570.00

CREGDUFF NS

12815O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

CREGDUFF NS

12815O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

684.00

S N CEATHRU AN CHLOCHAR

12816Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

S N CEATHRU AN CHLOCHAR

12816Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

997.50

CLOONLYON NATIONAL SCHOOL

12936D0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

1,755.00

CLOONLYON NATIONAL SCHOOL

12936D0000

Small School Scheme ’06

Building Grant-CLOSED

15,000.00

CLOONLYON NATIONAL SCHOOL

12936D0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

CLOONLYON NATIONAL SCHOOL

12936D0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,166.00

TAVNEENA NS

12938H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

TAVNEENA NS

12938H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,938.00

SN NAOMH COLM CILLE

13145A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,555.00

SN NAOMH COLM CILLE

13145A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ST JOSEPHS NS

13152U0000

Replacement Equipment

F&E: Equipment Grant

9,365.52

ST JOSEPHS NS

13152U0000

Small School Scheme ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

235,281.50

ST JOSEPHS NS

13152U0000

Emergency ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

19,096.38

ST JOSEPHS NS

13152U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ST JOSEPHS NS

13152U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,736.00

ST JOSEPHS NS

13152U0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

13,413.26

SN GLEANN A CHAISIL

13222P0000

Replacement Equipment

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

3,530.17

SN GLEANN A CHAISIL

13222P0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

5,118.77

SN GLEANN A CHAISIL

13222P0000

Emergency ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

6,000.00

SN GLEANN A CHAISIL

13222P0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SN GLEANN A CHAISIL

13222P0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,927.50

CORMAIC NAOFA

13225V0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

12,128.26

CORMAIC NAOFA

13225V0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

CORMAIC NAOFA

13225V0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,425.00

ST PATRICKS NATIONAL SCHOOL

13311O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ST PATRICKS NATIONAL SCHOOL

13311O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

513.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA AN TSRAITH

13383Q0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

60,062.14

SCOIL NAISIUNTA AN TSRAITH

13383Q0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

7,214.15

SCOIL NAISIUNTA AN TSRAITH

13383Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA AN TSRAITH

13383Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

712.50

ST. JOSEPH’S NS

13389F0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

2,047.32

ST. JOSEPH’S NS

13389F0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

80,478.80

ST. JOSEPH’S NS

13389F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ST. JOSEPH’S NS

13389F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,337.00

ST MARYS NS BALLYHEANE

13444K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ST MARYS NS BALLYHEANE

13444K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,624.50

ST MARYS NS BALLYHEANE

13444K0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

5,266.51

MOUNT PLEASANT NS

13500R0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

65.98

MOUNT PLEASANT NS

13500R0000

Replacement Equipment

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

316.18

MOUNT PLEASANT NS

13500R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

MOUNT PLEASANT NS

13500R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,593.50

SN FAITCHE

13555T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SN FAITCHE

13555T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

3,078.00

BEACAN MIXED NS

13659I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

BEACAN MIXED NS

13659I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

4,831.50

BONNICONLON NS

13667H0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

10,500.00

BONNICONLON NS

13667H0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

65,945.99

BONNICONLON NS

13667H0000

Rental (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Capital Costs Rental: Delivery/Installation/ Crane Hire

577.13

BONNICONLON NS

13667H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

BONNICONLON NS

13667H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,308.50

BEANNCHOR NS

13684H0000

Emergency ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

31,920.00

BEANNCHOR NS

13684H0000

Emergency ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

13,680.00

BEANNCHOR NS

13684H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

BEANNCHOR NS

13684H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,681.50

TEMPLEMARY NS

13758K0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

1,238.14

TEMPLEMARY NS

13758K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

TEMPLEMARY NS

13758K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,083.00

SN GORT AN EADAIN

13773G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SN GORT AN EADAIN

13773G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

883.50

ST JOHNS NS

13781F0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

17,000.00

ST JOHNS NS

13781F0000

PAS ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

200,000.00

ST JOHNS NS

13781F0000

PAS ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

118,784.00

ST JOHNS NS

13781F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

12,130.50

ST JOHNS NS

13781F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

LECANVEY NATIONAL SCHOOL

13797U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

LECANVEY NATIONAL SCHOOL

13797U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

769.50

SCOIL NAISIUNTA GLEANN NA MUAIDHE

13882L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA GLEANN NA MUAIDHE

13882L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

741.00

ESKERAGH NS

13945J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ESKERAGH NS

13945J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

513.00

S N COILL AN BHAILE

14064F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

S N COILL AN BHAILE

14064F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,111.50

BARNATRA NS

14188A0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

31,000.00

BARNATRA NS

14188A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

BARNATRA NS

14188A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

741.00

SN DUBH THUAMA

14193Q0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

34,679.00

SN DUBH THUAMA

14193Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SN DUBH THUAMA

14193Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

798.00

AN GLEANNA MHOIR S N

14195U0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

410.40

AN GLEANNA MHOIR S N

14195U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

AN GLEANNA MHOIR S N

14195U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

256.50

SN MAINISTIR MUIGHEO

14205U0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

2,116.34

SN MAINISTIR MUIGHEO

14205U0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

448,000.00

SN MAINISTIR MUIGHEO

14205U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SN MAINISTIR MUIGHEO

14205U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,396.50

CILL MHOR IORRAIS

14258S0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

CILL MHOR IORRAIS

14258S0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,881.00

S N NAOMH PADRAIG

14290O0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

9,288.00

S N NAOMH PADRAIG

14290O0000

Emergency ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

97,626.93

S N NAOMH PADRAIG

14290O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

S N NAOMH PADRAIG

14290O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,995.00

RICHMOND NS

14400S0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

25,380.00

RICHMOND NS

14400S0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

RICHMOND NS

14400S0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,567.50

BOFIELD MIXED NS

14418O0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

45,338.40

BOFIELD MIXED NS

14418O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

BOFIELD MIXED NS

14418O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,140.00

ST PATRICKS NS

14497N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ST PATRICKS NS

14497N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,221.00

ST PATRICKS NS

14497N0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

8,663.28

GORTJORDAN NS

14534Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

GORTJORDAN NS

14534Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,824.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NA CRAOBHAIGHE

14671D0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

9,519.27

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NA CRAOBHAIGHE

14671D0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NA CRAOBHAIGHE

14671D0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

940.50

ACHILL SOUND CONVENT NATIONAL SCHOOL

14863M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ACHILL SOUND CONVENT NATIONAL SCHOOL

14863M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,168.50

ACHILL SOUND CONVENT NATIONAL SCHOOL

14863M0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

8,543.39

KILLACRANN NS

14865Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

KILLACRANN NS

14865Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

541.50

KILLACRANN NS

14865Q0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

2,932.50

BULLSMOUTH NS

14866S0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

29,463.96

BULLSMOUTH NS

14866S0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

BULLSMOUTH NS

14866S0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

627.00

DUNKENNELLA NATIONAL SCHOOL

14873P0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

DUNKENNELLA NATIONAL SCHOOL

14873P0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

627.00

PARTRY NATIONAL SCHOOL

15007V0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

PARTRY NATIONAL SCHOOL

15007V0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,596.00

CORCLOUGH NS

15014S0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

CORCLOUGH NS

15014S0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,710.00

ST. MARYS NS

15030Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ST. MARYS NS

15030Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,995.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA MUIRE GAN SMAL

15032U0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

8,127.99

SCOIL NAISIUNTA MUIRE GAN SMAL

15032U0000

Emergency ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

34,811.75

SCOIL NAISIUNTA MUIRE GAN SMAL

15032U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA MUIRE GAN SMAL

15032U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

883.50

ST JAMES NS SWINFORD

15113U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ST JAMES NS SWINFORD

15113U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

541.50

QUIGNAMANGER NS

15257V0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

3,437.19

QUIGNAMANGER NS

15257V0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

12,000.00

QUIGNAMANGER NS

15257V0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

7,039.50

QUIGNAMANGER NS

15257V0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ST JOHNS NS

15539I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ST JOHNS NS

15539I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,681.50

BREAFFY NS

15555G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

BREAFFY NS

15555G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,412.50

CLOONFAD N S

15557K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

CLOONFAD N S

15557K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

3,363.00

RATHKELL NS

15705W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

RATHKELL NS

15705W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

342.00

CARRAKENNEDY NS

15866A0000

New School/Building On-Site 2006

Building Certs: Final Certs

27,369.27

CARRAKENNEDY NS

15866A0000

New School/Building On-Site 2006

Fees Final

834.72

CARRAKENNEDY NS

15866A0000

New School/Building On-Site 2006

Fees Final

565.04

CARRAKENNEDY NS

15866A0000

Emergency ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

9,767.58

CARRAKENNEDY NS

15866A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

CARRAKENNEDY NS

15866A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

912.00

CRIMLIN NATIONAL SCHOOL

15967G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

CRIMLIN NATIONAL SCHOOL

15967G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

826.50

RATHBANE NATIONAL SCHOOL

15996N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

RATHBANE NATIONAL SCHOOL

15996N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,653.00

LISANISKA NS

16021U0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

13,198.26

LISANISKA NS

16021U0000

Emergency ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

48,630.00

LISANISKA NS

16021U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

LISANISKA NS

16021U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,080.50

LISANISKA NS

16021U0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

3,675.38

SAULA NS

16052I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SAULA NS

16052I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

855.00

SN TOIN NA GAOITHE

16113C0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SN TOIN NA GAOITHE

16113C0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,111.50

KNOCK NS

16122D0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

79,636.09

KNOCK NS

16122D0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

34,129.76

KNOCK NS

16122D0000

Emergency ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

61,720.97

KNOCK NS

16122D0000

Emergency ’10

Building Certs: Disability Building Grant

38,079.22

KNOCK NS

16122D0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

KNOCK NS

16122D0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

3,874.50

CLOGHAN NS

16170O0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

8,000.00

CLOGHAN NS

16170O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

CLOGHAN NS

16170O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

883.50

KINAFFE NS

16173U0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

45,500.00

KINAFFE NS

16173U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

KINAFFE NS

16173U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

712.50

KILLASSER NATIONAL SCHOOL

16269K0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

28,000.00

KILLASSER NATIONAL SCHOOL

16269K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

KILLASSER NATIONAL SCHOOL

16269K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,026.00

KILLASSER NATIONAL SCHOOL

16269K0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

1,740.20

ST JOHNS NS

16289Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ST JOHNS NS

16289Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,938.00

SN AN CHORRAIN

16295L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SN AN CHORRAIN

16295L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

456.00

VALLEY NATIONAL SCHOOL

16379R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

VALLEY NATIONAL SCHOOL

16379R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

655.50

RATHLEE NS

16492N0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

7,559.65

RATHLEE NS

16492N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

RATHLEE NS

16492N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,337.00

KNOCKANILLO

16562I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

KNOCKANILLO

16562I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

997.50

KNOCKANILLO

16562I0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

3,456.32

MYNA NS

16618J0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

5,697.89

MYNA NS

16618J0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

58,968.44

MYNA NS

16618J0000

Emergency ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

38,559.11

MYNA NS

16618J0000

Emergency ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

3,516.80

MYNA NS

16618J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

MYNA NS

16618J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,964.00

CARRA NS

16630W0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

8,485.00

CARRA NS

16630W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

CARRA NS

16630W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,168.50

SN BRIGHDE

16756V0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SN BRIGHDE

16756V0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,451.00

CULMORE NS

16780S0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

CULMORE NS

16780S0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

741.00

KILLALA NS

16811D0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

KILLALA NS

16811D0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,422.50

KILLALA NS

16811D0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

3,343.01

MUIRISK NS

16832L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

MUIRISK NS

16832L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,054.50

SN LAINN CILLE

16904K0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

1,806.65

SN LAINN CILLE

16904K0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

34,371.80

SN LAINN CILLE

16904K0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

17,200.00

SN LAINN CILLE

16904K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SN LAINN CILLE

16904K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,653.00

LAHARDANE NS

16911H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

LAHARDANE NS

16911H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,080.50

LAHARDANE NS

16911H0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

3,558.34

COOGUE NATIONAL SCHOOL

16952V0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

COOGUE NATIONAL SCHOOL

16952V0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

427.50

ST JOSEPHS NS

16984L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ST JOSEPHS NS

16984L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,508.00

S N COILL MOR

17039V0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

S N COILL MOR

17039V0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

627.00

CHOMAIN NAOFA

17082W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

CHOMAIN NAOFA

17082W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

3,619.50

ARDAGH NS BALLINA

17098O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ARDAGH NS BALLINA

17098O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,365.50

S N B BALL ALUINN

17119T0000

PAS ’07

Building Grant-CLOSED

74,299.00

S N B BALL ALUINN

17119T0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

26,852.70

S N B BALL ALUINN

17119T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

S N B BALL ALUINN

17119T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,035.50

ST PATRICKS NS RATHNAMAGH

17129W0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

29,160.00

ST PATRICKS NS RATHNAMAGH

17129W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ST PATRICKS NS RATHNAMAGH

17129W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

855.00

SN REALT NA MARA

17176I0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

22,663.38

SN REALT NA MARA

17176I0000

Emergency ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

10,000.00

SN REALT NA MARA

17176I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SN REALT NA MARA

17176I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,023.50

COONEAL NS

17209U0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

906.80

COONEAL NS

17209U0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

41,233.33

COONEAL NS

17209U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

COONEAL NS

17209U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

3,078.00

SN TEACH CAOIN

17301I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SN TEACH CAOIN

17301I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,052.00

S N AN CHOILL MHOR

17321O0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

1,036.78

S N AN CHOILL MHOR

17321O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

S N AN CHOILL MHOR

17321O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

769.50

CLOGHER NS

17482P0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

CLOGHER NS

17482P0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

997.50

CARROWHOLLY NS

17483R0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

4,536.00

CARROWHOLLY NS

17483R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

CARROWHOLLY NS

17483R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,479.50

ST. PAUL’S NS

17562N0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

70,386.00

ST. PAUL’S NS

17562N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ST. PAUL’S NS

17562N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,567.50

S N BEAL CARADH

17585C0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

88,043.40

S N BEAL CARADH

17585C0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

53,755.81

S N BEAL CARADH

17585C0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

S N BEAL CARADH

17585C0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

3,334.50

KILROE NS,OWER

17615I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

KILROE NS,OWER

17615I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,023.50

MANULLA NS

17678J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

MANULLA NS

17678J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

997.50

SN COLM NAOFA

17682A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SN COLM NAOFA

17682A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,083.00

BEAL AN MHUIRTHID

17727T0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

2,380.07

BEAL AN MHUIRTHID

17727T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

BEAL AN MHUIRTHID

17727T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

3,163.50

GLENCORRIB NS

17874J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

GLENCORRIB NS

17874J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

769.50

CLOGHANS HILL NS

17922R0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

20,000.00

CLOGHANS HILL NS

17922R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

CLOGHANS HILL NS

17922R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

313.50

SCOIL NAISIUNTA BEAL AN MHUIRTHEAD

17923T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA BEAL AN MHUIRTHEAD

17923T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,738.50

DRUMGALLAGH NS

18002D0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

DRUMGALLAGH NS

18002D0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,596.00

SN ATHRACHT NFA BUACH

18003F0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

28,177.03

SN ATHRACHT NFA BUACH

18003F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SN ATHRACHT NFA BUACH

18003F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,727.00

MUIRE GAN SMAL CONVENT PRIMARY SCHOOL

18070U0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

2,922.15

MUIRE GAN SMAL CONVENT PRIMARY SCHOOL

18070U0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

28,500.00

MUIRE GAN SMAL CONVENT PRIMARY SCHOOL

18070U0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

130,250.00

MUIRE GAN SMAL CONVENT PRIMARY SCHOOL

18070U0000

Emergency ’08

Building Grant-CLOSED

5,000.00

MUIRE GAN SMAL CONVENT PRIMARY SCHOOL

18070U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

8,436.00

MUIRE GAN SMAL CONVENT PRIMARY SCHOOL

18070U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

MUIRE GAN SMAL CONVENT PRIMARY SCHOOL

18070U0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

6,854.98

ST. THERESA’S NS

18145C0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ST. THERESA’S NS

18145C0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,681.50

BANAGHER NS

18175L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

BANAGHER NS

18175L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

769.50

S N NAOMH BRID C

18503C0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

721.22

S N NAOMH BRID C

18503C0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

S N NAOMH BRID C

18503C0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,166.00

S N NAOMH PADRAIG B

18506I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

S N NAOMH PADRAIG B

18506I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,550.00

S N NAOMH PADRAIG B

18506I0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

1,980.60

ST PATRICKS NS CASTLEBAR

18542M0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

32.98

ST PATRICKS NS CASTLEBAR

18542M0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

195,000.00

ST PATRICKS NS CASTLEBAR

18542M0000

Rental (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Capital Costs Rental: Civil Works /Service Connections/Utility Services

998.80

ST PATRICKS NS CASTLEBAR

18542M0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

101,437.32

ST PATRICKS NS CASTLEBAR

18542M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

27,491.50

ST PATRICKS NS CASTLEBAR

18542M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

12,000.00

ST JOSEPHS NS BALLINA

18561Q0000

Rental (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Capital Costs Rental: Removal

4,138.20

ST JOSEPHS NS BALLINA

18561Q0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

56,000.00

ST JOSEPHS NS BALLINA

18561Q0000

Emergency ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

14,000.00

ST JOSEPHS NS BALLINA

18561Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ST JOSEPHS NS BALLINA

18561Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,415.00

PARKE NS

18562S0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

PARKE NS

18562S0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,909.50

SN ACHAIDH AN GHLAISIN

18594I0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

19,723.90

SN ACHAIDH AN GHLAISIN

18594I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SN ACHAIDH AN GHLAISIN

18594I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,054.50

ST ANGELAS NS

18694M0000

Emergency ’10

Building Certs: Disability Building Grant

22,837.71

ST ANGELAS NS

18694M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

13,290.00

ST ANGELAS NS

18694M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

KNOCKROOSKEY NS

18712L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

KNOCKROOSKEY NS

18712L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

4,239.00

SN PEADAIR AGUS POL

18848N0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

40,369.00

SN PEADAIR AGUS POL

18848N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SN PEADAIR AGUS POL

18848N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,539.00

SN PEADAIR AGUS POL

18848N0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

1,356.82

SN GORT SCEICHE

18880J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SN GORT SCEICHE

18880J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

712.50

CLOONLIFFEN NS

18922W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

CLOONLIFFEN NS

18922W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,565.00

ST ANTHONYS NS

19248R0000

New School/Building On-Site 2004

Fees Final

53,969.16

ST ANTHONYS NS

19248R0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

6,555.16

ST ANTHONYS NS

19248R0000

Replacement Equipment

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

623.65

ST ANTHONYS NS

19248R0000

Replacement Equipment

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

101.00

ST ANTHONYS NS

19248R0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

22,950.00

ST ANTHONYS NS

19248R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ST ANTHONYS NS

19248R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

3,276.00

S N TEAGHLAIGH NAOFA

19324H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

S N TEAGHLAIGH NAOFA

19324H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,596.00

ST BRIDS SPECIAL NS

19375B0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

14,784.57

ST BRIDS SPECIAL NS

19375B0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

544.50

ST BRIDS SPECIAL NS

19375B0000

Replacement Equipment

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

964.84

ST BRIDS SPECIAL NS

19375B0000

Replacement Equipment

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

648.01

ST BRIDS SPECIAL NS

19375B0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ST BRIDS SPECIAL NS

19375B0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,848.00

ST DYMPHNA’S SCHOOL

19387I0000

Extension on-site 2006

Building Certs: Interim Certs

133,430.79

ST DYMPHNA’S SCHOOL

19387I0000

Extension on-site 2006

Fees Stages 7-8

5,787.59

ST DYMPHNA’S SCHOOL

19387I0000

Extension on-site 2006

Other Costs: Percentage of Art

12,666.00

ST DYMPHNA’S SCHOOL

19387I0000

Extension on-site 2006

Other Costs: Percentage of Art

12,578.90

ST DYMPHNA’S SCHOOL

19387I0000

Refurbishment on-site 2006

GRANT PAYMENTS TO PROGRAMMES

4,500.00

ST DYMPHNA’S SCHOOL

19387I0000

Relocation (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

1,815.00

ST DYMPHNA’S SCHOOL

19387I0000

Relocation (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

1,453.50

ST DYMPHNA’S SCHOOL

19387I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ST DYMPHNA’S SCHOOL

19387I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,352.00

ROBEEN CENTRAL NATIONAL SCHOOL

19394F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ROBEEN CENTRAL NATIONAL SCHOOL

19394F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,197.00

BALLYVARY NS

19402B0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

91,000.00

BALLYVARY NS

19402B0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

BALLYVARY NS

19402B0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

4,606.50

NEWPORT CENTRAL

19451O0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

639.87

NEWPORT CENTRAL

19451O0000

Replacement Equipment

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

115.98

NEWPORT CENTRAL

19451O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

NEWPORT CENTRAL

19451O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,833.50

SCOIL NAOMH FEICHIN

19488O0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

31,154.00

SCOIL NAOMH FEICHIN

19488O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SCOIL NAOMH FEICHIN

19488O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,966.50

CARRACASTLE CENTRAL NS

19651W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

CARRACASTLE CENTRAL NS

19651W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,701.50

CARRACASTLE CENTRAL NS

19651W0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

7,507.00

BARNACARROLL NS

19710M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

BARNACARROLL NS

19710M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

3,904.50

ST NICHOLAS SPECIAL SCHOOL

19773N0000

New School/Building On-Site 2006

F&E: Equipment Grant

4,500.00

ST NICHOLAS SPECIAL SCHOOL

19773N0000

New School/Building On-Site 2006

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

20,659.93

ST NICHOLAS SPECIAL SCHOOL

19773N0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

7,141.33

ST NICHOLAS SPECIAL SCHOOL

19773N0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

44.89

ST NICHOLAS SPECIAL SCHOOL

19773N0000

Replacement Equipment

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

4,662.00

ST NICHOLAS SPECIAL SCHOOL

19773N0000

Replacement Equipment

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

2,578.39

ST NICHOLAS SPECIAL SCHOOL

19773N0000

Rental (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Capital Costs Rental: Civil Works /Service Connections/Utility Services

777.48

ST NICHOLAS SPECIAL SCHOOL

19773N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ST NICHOLAS SPECIAL SCHOOL

19773N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,428.00

GEESALA CENTRAL SCHOOL

19776T0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

1,146.15

GEESALA CENTRAL SCHOOL

19776T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

GEESALA CENTRAL SCHOOL

19776T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,453.50

ST COLMANS NS

19798G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ST COLMANS NS

19798G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

855.00

TAVRANE CENTRAL NS

19808G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

TAVRANE CENTRAL NS

19808G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,026.00

FOXFORD CENTRAL NS

19812U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

7,465.50

FOXFORD CENTRAL NS

19812U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SCOIL RAIFTEIRI NS

19832D0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

7,353.00

SCOIL RAIFTEIRI NS

19832D0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

KILTIMAGH CENTRAL SCHOOL

19903A0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

3,438.45

KILTIMAGH CENTRAL SCHOOL

19903A0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

204,050.00

KILTIMAGH CENTRAL SCHOOL

19903A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

7,123.50

KILTIMAGH CENTRAL SCHOOL

19903A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

KILTIMAGH CENTRAL SCHOOL

19903A0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

18,605.03

ST PATRICKS CENTRAL NS

19911W0000

Replacement Equipment

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

2,392.08

ST PATRICKS CENTRAL NS

19911W0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

45,070.10

ST PATRICKS CENTRAL NS

19911W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ST PATRICKS CENTRAL NS

19911W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,536.50

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NAOMH TOLA

19914F0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

50,854.23

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NAOMH TOLA

19914F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NAOMH TOLA

19914F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

3,135.00

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NAOMH TOLA

19914F0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

4,126.71

SCOIL NAISIUNTA NAOMH TOLA

19914F0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

1,768.59

CLAREMORRIS BOYS NS

19915H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

CLAREMORRIS BOYS NS

19915H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

3,477.00

ST. PETERS NS

19916J0000

Extension on-site 2006

F&E: Furniture Grant

8,813.64

ST. PETERS NS

19916J0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

6,242.50

ST. PETERS NS

19916J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

8,566.50

ST. PETERS NS

19916J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

ST. PETERS NS

19916J0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

4,390.44

SWINFORD NS

19951L0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

135,126.71

SWINFORD NS

19951L0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

57,911.45

SWINFORD NS

19951L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SWINFORD NS

19951L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,450.00

GAELSCOIUL UILEOG DE BURCA

19972T0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

53,750.90

GAELSCOIUL UILEOG DE BURCA

19972T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

GAELSCOIUL UILEOG DE BURCA

19972T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

3,106.50

SCOIL PADRAIG NAOFA

20037L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

SCOIL PADRAIG NAOFA

20037L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

3,876.00

GAELSCOIL NA CRUAICHE

20046M0000

New School/Building Architectural Planning

Fees Stages 1-6

12,221.00

GAELSCOIL NA CRUAICHE

20046M0000

New School/Building On-Site 2006

Building Grant-CLOSED

41,000.00

GAELSCOIL NA CRUAICHE

20046M0000

New School/Building On-Site 2010

Building Certs: Interim Certs

609,837.15

GAELSCOIL NA CRUAICHE

20046M0000

New School/Building On-Site 2010

Fees Stages 1-6

4,345.86

GAELSCOIL NA CRUAICHE

20046M0000

New School/Building On-Site 2010

Fees Stages 7-8

10,000.00

GAELSCOIL NA CRUAICHE

20046M0000

New School/Building On-Site 2010

Clerk of Works

10,443.93

GAELSCOIL NA CRUAICHE

20046M0000

New School/Building On-Site 2010

Services-CLOSED

50,000.00

GAELSCOIL NA CRUAICHE

20046M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

GAELSCOIL NA CRUAICHE

20046M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,928.00

GS BHEAL SN ATHA

20084U0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

1,813.73

GS BHEAL SN ATHA

20084U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

GS BHEAL SN ATHA

20084U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,166.00

ST JOSEPHS NS

20089H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

10,587.00

ST JOSEPHS NS

20089H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

CROSSMOLINA NS

20125I0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

1,374.47

CROSSMOLINA NS

20125I0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

28,000.00

CROSSMOLINA NS

20125I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

CROSSMOLINA NS

20125I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

4,731.00

CROSSMOLINA NS

20125I0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

3,750.30

SCOIL IOSA

20142I0000

Extension Architectural Plannin

Fees Stages 1-6

128,524.35

SCOIL IOSA

20142I0000

Extension Architectural Plannin

Fees PSDS Interim

4,999.96

SCOIL IOSA

20142I0000

Extension Architectural Plannin

Disability Fees

3,099.00

SCOIL IOSA

20142I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

9,496.50

SCOIL IOSA

20142I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

MOUNT PALMER NS

20217N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

MOUNT PALMER NS

20217N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,539.00

SCOIL PHADRAIG

20230F0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

1,584.49

SCOIL PHADRAIG

20230F0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

25,535.48

SCOIL PHADRAIG

20230F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

8,550.00

SCOIL PHADRAIG

20230F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

TOURMAKEADY NS

20256A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

6,500.00

TOURMAKEADY NS

20256A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,624.50

SCOIL DAMHNAIT, ACHILL

64490G0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

3,540.00

BALLA SECONDARY SCHOOL, CASTLEBAR

64500G0000

Emergency ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

8,916.38

BALLA SECONDARY SCHOOL, CASTLEBAR

64500G0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

9,100.00

BALLA SECONDARY SCHOOL, CASTLEBAR

64500G0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

45,246.95

ST MURDEACHS COLLEGE, BALLINA

64510J0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

56,000.00

ST MURDEACHS COLLEGE, BALLINA

64510J0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

342,200.00

ST MURDEACHS COLLEGE, BALLINA

64510J0000

Emergency ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

101,674.89

ST MURDEACHS COLLEGE, BALLINA

64510J0000

Emergency ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

45,011.96

ST MURDEACHS COLLEGE, BALLINA

64510J0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

9,420.00

ST MURDEACHS COLLEGE, BALLINA

64510J0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

44,386.56

ST MURDEACHS COLLEGE, BALLINA

64510J0000

Water Conservation 2010

Building Grant-CLOSED

7,010.50

ST MARYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BALLINA

64520M0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

280,000.00

ST MARYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BALLINA

64520M0000

Emergency ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

27,317.50

ST MARYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BALLINA

64520M0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

13,820.00

OUR LADYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BELMULLET

64570E0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

6,023.25

OUR LADYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BELMULLET

64570E0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

157,555.07

OUR LADYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BELMULLET

64570E0000

Emergency ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

159,281.44

OUR LADYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BELMULLET

64570E0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

7,400.00

OUR LADYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BELMULLET

64570E0000

PLC Grant Current Year

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

2,966.08

OUR LADYS SECONDARY SCHOOL, BELMULLET

64570E0000

Metal Work Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

14,900.00

ST GERALDS COLLEGE, CASTLEBAR

64580H0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

13,800.00

ST JOSEPHS SECONDARY SCHOOL CASTLEBAR

64590K0000

Radon- Remediation

Building Grant-CLOSED

32,292.00

ST JOSEPHS SECONDARY SCHOOL CASTLEBAR

64590K0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

54,834.45

ST JOSEPHS SECONDARY SCHOOL CASTLEBAR

64590K0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

11,140.00

ST JOSEPH’S SECONDARY SCHOOL, MARIST CONVENT

64600K0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

9,286.74

ST JOSEPH’S SECONDARY SCHOOL, MARIST CONVENT

64600K0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

43,395.65

ST JOSEPH’S SECONDARY SCHOOL, MARIST CONVENT

64600K0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

14,500.00

ST JOSEPH’S SECONDARY SCHOOL, MARIST CONVENT

64600K0000

Emergency ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

105,723.47

ST JOSEPH’S SECONDARY SCHOOL, MARIST CONVENT

64600K0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

6,000.00

ST COLMANS COLLEGE, SWINFORD

64610N0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

136,327.10

ST COLMANS COLLEGE, SWINFORD

64610N0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

8,940.00

ST COLMANS COLLEGE, SWINFORD

64610N0000

Water Conservation 2010

Building Grant-CLOSED

5,173.20

MOUNT ST MICHAEL

64620Q0000

Emergency ’06

Building Grant-CLOSED

7,190.91

MOUNT ST MICHAEL

64620Q0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

11,440.00

JESUS AND MARY S.S. CROSSMOLINA

64630T0000

Extension on-site 2007

Building Certs: Final Certs

497,886.88

JESUS AND MARY S.S. CROSSMOLINA

64630T0000

Extension on-site 2007

Fees Final

68,316.59

JESUS AND MARY S.S. CROSSMOLINA

64630T0000

Extension on-site 2007

Other Costs: Percentage of Art

8,425.00

JESUS AND MARY S.S. CROSSMOLINA

64630T0000

Emergency’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

180,647.97

JESUS AND MARY S.S. CROSSMOLINA

64630T0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

10,980.00

JESUS AND MARY S.S. CROSSMOLINA

64630T0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

11,756.43

ST JOSEPHS SECONDARY SCHOOL

64640W0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

5,000.00

ST JOSEPHS SECONDARY SCHOOL

64640W0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

34,000.00

ST JOSEPHS SECONDARY SCHOOL

64640W0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

205,161.62

ST JOSEPHS SECONDARY SCHOOL

64640W0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

8,840.00

ST JOSEPHS SECONDARY SCHOOL

64640W0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

7,711.30

ST JOSEPHS SECONDARY SCHOOL

64640W0000

Water Conservation 2010

Building Grant-CLOSED

3,885.10

SANCTA MARIA COLLEGE, LOUISBURGH

64660F0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

7,460.00

SANCTA MARIA COLLEGE, LOUISBURGH

64660F0000

PLC Grant Current Year

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

5,005.26

SANCTA MARIA COLLEGE, LOUISBURGH

64660F0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

14,429.37

SCOIL MUIRE AND PADRAIG, SWINFORD

64690O0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

238,378.94

SCOIL MUIRE AND PADRAIG, SWINFORD

64690O0000

Emergency ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

79,982.90

SCOIL MUIRE AND PADRAIG, SWINFORD

64690O0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

10,440.00

SCOIL MUIRE AND PADRAIG, SWINFORD

64690O0000

PLC Grant Current Year

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

3,707.60

SCOIL MUIRE AND PADRAIG, SWINFORD

64690O0000

Metal Work Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

14,900.00

SCOIL MUIRE AND PADRAIG, SWINFORD

64690O0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

17,482.51

COLAISTE MHUIRE, TUAR MHIC EADAIGH

64691Q0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

36,205.07

COLAISTE MHUIRE, TUAR MHIC EADAIGH

64691Q0000

Emergency ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

5,154.98

COLAISTE MHUIRE, TUAR MHIC EADAIGH

64691Q0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

5,320.00

COLAISTE MHUIRE, TUAR MHIC EADAIGH

64691Q0000

Water Conservation 2010

Building Grant-CLOSED

5,915.00

RICE COLLEGE WESTPORT

64700O0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

4,159.98

RICE COLLEGE WESTPORT

64700O0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

25,400.00

RICE COLLEGE WESTPORT

64700O0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

12,040.00

RICE COLLEGE WESTPORT

64700O0000

Water Conservation 2010

Building Grant-CLOSED

4,266.50

SACRED HEART, WESTPORT

64710R0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

831.16

SACRED HEART, WESTPORT

64710R0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

220,000.00

SACRED HEART, WESTPORT

64710R0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

39,458.75

SACRED HEART, WESTPORT

64710R0000

Emergency ’10

Building Certs: Disability Building Grant

130,000.00

SACRED HEART, WESTPORT

64710R0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

13,120.00

SACRED HEART, WESTPORT

64710R0000

PLC Grant Current Year

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

5,561.40

SACRED HEART, WESTPORT

64710R0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

30,979.94

MOYNE V S, BALLINA

72020L0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

33,286.33

MOYNE V S, BALLINA

72020L0000

Emergency ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

576,454.68

MOYNE V S, BALLINA

72020L0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

5,200.00

ST BRENDANS COLLEGE, BELMULLET

72050U0000

Extension on-site 2008

Building Certs: Interim Certs

86,084.08

ST BRENDANS COLLEGE, BELMULLET

72050U0000

Extension on-site 2008

Other Costs: Percentage of Art

4,666.67

ST BRENDANS COLLEGE, BELMULLET

72050U0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

10,260.00

ST BRENDANS COLLEGE, BELMULLET

72050U0000

Leaving Cert Technology Grant Commitment

Grant Payments to Programmes-CLOSED

15,000.00

MC HALE COLLEGE ACHILL

72070D0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

10,729.60

MC HALE COLLEGE ACHILL

72070D0000

Replacement Equipment

F&E: Equipment Grant

1,384.38

MC HALE COLLEGE ACHILL

72070D0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

58,563.32

MC HALE COLLEGE ACHILL

72070D0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

5,460.00

ST TIERNAN’S COLLEGE, CROSSMOLINA

72100J0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

144,000.00

ST TIERNAN’S COLLEGE, CROSSMOLINA

72100J0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

6,380.00

ST PATRICK’S COLLEGE, KILLALA

72130S0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

6,220.00

ROSSPORT V.S.

72140V0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

305,904.00

ROSSPORT V.S.

72140V0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

115,557.75

ROSSPORT V.S.

72140V0000

Emergency ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

177,141.59

ROSSPORT V.S.

72140V0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

2,920.00

WESTPORT V.S.

72160E0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

50,947.31

WESTPORT V.S.

72160E0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

2,800.00

WESTPORT V.S.

72160E0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

Building Grant-CLOSED

13,635.00

DAVITT COLLEGE CASTLEBAR

76060U0000

PE Hall on site 2009

Building Certs: Interim Certs

840,256.51

DAVITT COLLEGE CASTLEBAR

76060U0000

PE Hall on site 2009

Fees Stages 7-8

29,943.19

DAVITT COLLEGE CASTLEBAR

76060U0000

PE Hall on site 2009

F&E: Equipment Grant

65,333.00

DAVITT COLLEGE CASTLEBAR

76060U0000

PE Hall on site 2009

Services-CLOSED

2,086.13

DAVITT COLLEGE CASTLEBAR

76060U0000

Replacement Equipment

F&E: Disability Furniture/Equipment

1,433.95

DAVITT COLLEGE CASTLEBAR

76060U0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Building Grant-CLOSED

500,000.00

DAVITT COLLEGE CASTLEBAR

76060U0000

SWS ’10

Building Grant-CLOSED

86,400.00

DAVITT COLLEGE CASTLEBAR

76060U0000

Emergency ’10

Building Certs: Disability Building Grant

29,302.73

DAVITT COLLEGE CASTLEBAR

76060U0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

12,640.00

BALLYHAUNIS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91461C0000

SWS ’10

Building Certs: Interim Certs

22,701.48

BALLYHAUNIS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91461C0000

SWS ’10

Agreed Fees-CLOSED

3,448.50

BALLYHAUNIS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91461C0000

Emergency ’10

Building Certs: Interim Certs

17,571.16

BALLYHAUNIS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91461C0000

Emergency ’10

Agreed Fees-CLOSED

2,480.03

BALLYHAUNIS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91461C0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

12,560.00

BALLINROBE COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91462E0000

SWS ’10

Building Certs: Interim Certs

41,510.36

BALLINROBE COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91462E0000

SWS ’10

Agreed Fees-CLOSED

2,475.19

BALLINROBE COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91462E0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

11,280.00

ST LOUIS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91494R0000

SWS ’09

Building Grant-CLOSED

9,500.00

ST LOUIS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91494R0000

SWS ’10

Building Certs: Interim Certs

52,713.01

ST LOUIS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91494R0000

SWS ’10

Agreed Fees-CLOSED

3,200.00

ST LOUIS COMMUNITY SCHOOL

91494R0000

PE Equipment Grant 2010

F&E: Equipment Grant

11,680.00

MAYO EDUCATION CENTRE

B4011O0000

Emergency ’10

Building Certs: Interim Certs

19,355.93

MAYO EDUCATION CENTRE

B4011O0000

Emergency ’10

Building Certs: Disability Building Grant

4,809.78

MAYO EDUCATION CENTRE

B4011O0000

Emergency ’10

Disability Fees

907.50

€9,701,652.29

ROLL NO

PR0JECT TYPE

PAYMENT TYPE

AMOUNT €

14808E0000

NEW FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT 2011

F&E: Furniture Grant

2,500.00

14808E0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Other Costs: ICT Grant

35,000.00

14808E0000

SWS ’11

BGS: Summer Works Scheme

63,933.37

14808E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

14808E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,313.50

14923E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

14923E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

222.00

16283E0000

SPECIAL NEEDS FURN AND EQUIP 2011

F&E: Special Needs Furniture and Equipment

2,453.88

16283E0000

SWS ’11

BGS: Capital Jobs Initiative

28,217.44

16283E0000

Emergency ’11

BGS: Emergency Works

16,279.29

16283E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

16283E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

869.50

17532E0000

Emergency ’10

BGS: Emergency Works

12,900.00

17532E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

17532E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

536.50

18082E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

18082E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,128.50

18754E0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

103,300.00

18754E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

18754E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

647.50

18818E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

18818E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

425.50

18818E0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

3,850.00

20275E0000

Emergency ’10

BGS: Emergency Works

13,243.73

20275E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

10,212.00

20275E0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

20275E0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

8,199.53

01676P0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

01676P0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,275.50

02912G0000

Special Needs Furniture AND Equipment

F&E: Special Needs Furniture and Equipment

64.00

02912G0000

SPECIAL NEEDS FURN AND EQUIP 2011

F&E: Special Needs Furniture and Equipment

190.00

02912G0000

Emergency ’11

BGS: Emergency Works

5,615.00

02912G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

02912G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,831.50

02912G0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

BGS: Energy Efficiency Scheme

4,044.53

04796R0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

41,282.40

04796R0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm 2011

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

20,566.20

04796R0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm 2011

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

14,396.34

04796R0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm 2011

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

13,368.03

04796R0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm 2011

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

3,084.93

04796R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

04796R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,813.00

05120L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

05120L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

388.50

05756K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

05756K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

610.50

06852L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

06852L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

536.50

07054L0000

SWS ’11

BGS: Summer Works Scheme

12,481.00

07054L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

07054L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

4,458.50

07075T0000

NEW FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT 2011

F&E: Classroom Furniture

2,500.00

07075T0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

38,643.81

07075T0000

SWS ’09

BGS: Summer Works Scheme

4,374.75

07075T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

07075T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

925.00

07075T0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

1,950.00

07374G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

07374G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,424.50

08302J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

08302J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,054.50

09040K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

09040K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

407.00

09658H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

09658H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

388.50

09691F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

09691F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

610.50

09691F0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

1,380.00

11725I0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

89,748.00

11725I0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm

Other Costs: ICT Grant

10,000.00

11725I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

11725I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

3,219.00

11725I0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

1,280.00

11834N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

11834N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

444.00

12173A0000

Small School Scheme ’06

BGS: Small School Scheme

40,000.00

12173A0000

Emergency ’11

BGS: Emergency Works

10,000.00

12173A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

12173A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

980.50

12206M0000

NEW FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT 2011

F&E: Classroom Furniture

2,500.00

12206M0000

SPECIAL NEEDS FURN AND EQUIP 2011

F&E: Special Needs Furniture and Equipment

1,001.13

12206M0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm 2011

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

70,000.00

12206M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

12206M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

3,200.50

12206M0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

5,510.00

12350T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

12350T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,609.50

12373I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

12373I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,184.00

12373I0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

1,895.00

12467R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

12467R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

925.00

12568A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

12568A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

610.50

12568A0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

1,486.84

12569C0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

12569C0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

703.00

12626L0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Classroom Furniture

1,409.65

12626L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

12626L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

407.00

12792F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

12792F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

388.50

12808R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

12808R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

314.50

12815O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

12815O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

407.00

12816Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

12816Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

740.00

12936D0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

12936D0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,313.50

12938H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

12938H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,054.50

13145A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

13145A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

4,199.50

13152U0000

Special Needs Furniture AND Equipment

F&E: Special Needs Furniture and Equipment

1,433.85

13152U0000

Small School Scheme ’07

BGS: Small School Scheme

18,014.05

13152U0000

Small School Scheme ’07

BGS: Small School Scheme

15,000.00

13152U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

13152U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,127.50

13222P0000

SPECIAL NEEDS FURN AND EQUIP 2011

F&E: Special Needs Furniture and Equipment

7,393.79

13222P0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

13222P0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,313.50

13225V0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

13225V0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

906.50

13225V0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

1,795.00

13311O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

13311O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

370.00

13383Q0000

NEW FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT 2011

F&E: Classroom Furniture

5,000.00

13383Q0000

Special Needs Furniture AND Equipment

F&E: Special Needs Furniture and Equipment

1,763.80

13383Q0000

SPECIAL NEEDS FURN AND EQUIP 2011

F&E: Special Needs Furniture and Equipment

1,724.90

13383Q0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

39,937.86

13383Q0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Other Costs: ICT Grant

5,000.00

13383Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

13383Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

499.50

13389F0000

SWS ’11

BGS: Capital Jobs Initiative

52,093.74

13389F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

13389F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,702.00

13389F0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

905.00

13444K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

13444K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,110.00

13500R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

13500R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,535.50

13555T0000

NEW FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT 2011

F&E: Furniture Grant

1,936.30

13555T0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm 2011

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

60,000.00

13555T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

13555T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,035.00

13659I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

13659I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

3,015.50

13659I0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

1,505.00

13667H0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

28,262.56

13667H0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

Other Costs: ICT Grant

5,000.00

13667H0000

SWS ’11

BGS: Capital Jobs Initiative

31,104.31

13667H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

13667H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,276.50

13667H0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

848.00

13684H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

13684H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,165.50

13758K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

13758K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

721.50

13773G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

13773G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

499.50

13781F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

9,509.00

13781F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

13797U0000

NEW FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT 2011

F&E: Furniture Grant

2,485.88

13797U0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm 2011

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

100,000.00

13797U0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm 2011

Other Costs: ICT Grant

5,000.00

13797U0000

SWS ’11

BGS: Summer Works Scheme

51,750.00

13797U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

13797U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

462.50

13882L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

13882L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

462.50

13945J0000

SWS ’11

BGS: Capital Jobs Initiative

27,674.80

13945J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

13945J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

333.00

14064F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

14064F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

684.50

14188A0000

Emergency ’11

BGS: Emergency Works

44,939.02

14188A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

14188A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

499.50

14188A0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

4,256.25

14193Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

14193Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

536.50

14193Q0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

845.00

14195U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

14195U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

148.00

14205U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

14205U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

925.00

14258S0000

SWS ’11

BGS: Summer Works Scheme

91,002.00

14258S0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

14258S0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,128.50

14290O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

14290O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,258.00

14400S0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

14400S0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

962.00

14418O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

14418O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

740.00

14497N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

14497N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,017.50

14534Q0000

Extension on-site 2005

Equipment Major

635.25

14534Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

14534Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,184.00

14671D0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

14671D0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

536.50

14863M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

14863M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

758.50

14865Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

14865Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

333.00

14866S0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

14866S0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

388.50

14873P0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

14873P0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

425.50

15007V0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

15007V0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

980.50

15014S0000

SPECIAL NEEDS FURN AND EQUIP 2011

F&E: Special Needs Furniture and Equipment

1,561.38

15014S0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

15014S0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,202.50

15030Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

15030Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,295.00

15032U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

15032U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

555.00

15032U0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

3,500.00

15113U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

15113U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

351.50

15257V0000

SWS ’11

BGS: Summer Works Scheme

20,000.00

15257V0000

Emergency ’11

BGS: Emergency Works

47,362.71

15257V0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

15257V0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

4,791.50

15539I0000

SWS ’11

BGS: Summer Works Scheme

8,682.00

15539I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

15539I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

962.00

15555G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

15555G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

4,458.50

15557K0000

SWS ’11

BGS: Capital Jobs Initiative

24,413.52

15557K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

15557K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,238.50

15705W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

15705W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

185.00

15866A0000

New School/Building On-Site 2006

Services — Water

1,300.00

15866A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

15866A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

703.00

15967G0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm 2011

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

70,000.00

15967G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

15967G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

592.00

15996N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

15996N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,091.50

16021U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

16021U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,387.50

16052I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

16052I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

610.50

16113C0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

16113C0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

684.50

16122D0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Furniture Grant

2,761.22

16122D0000

NEW FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT 2011

F&E: Furniture Grant

2,500.00

16122D0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

99,974.73

16122D0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm

Other Costs: ICT Grant

5,000.00

16122D0000

Emergency ’10

BGS: Emergency Works

42,771.51

16122D0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

16122D0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,423.50

16170O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

16170O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

647.50

16170O0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

826.00

16173U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

16173U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

333.00

16269K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

16269K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

629.00

16289Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

16289Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,221.00

16295L0000

Purchase (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

23,298.80

16295L0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

3,931.76

16295L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

16295L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

277.50

16379R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

16379R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

333.00

16492N0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm 2011

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

42,000.00

16492N0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm 2011

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

10,500.00

16492N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

16492N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,295.00

16492N0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

1,740.00

16562I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

16562I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

721.50

16618J0000

NEW FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT 2011

F&E: Furniture Grant

3,500.00

16618J0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

119,511.56

16618J0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

51,219.24

16618J0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm

Other Costs: ICT Grant

5,000.00

16618J0000

Emergency ’10

BGS: Emergency Works

34,058.64

16618J0000

Emergency ’11

BGS: Emergency Works

12,409.15

16618J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

16618J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,183.00

16618J0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

1,625.00

16630W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

16630W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

703.00

16756V0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

16756V0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,702.00

16780S0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

16780S0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

499.50

16811D0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

16811D0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,628.00

16832L0000

Purchase (Prefab) Additional Accomm 2011

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

30,000.00

16832L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

16832L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

684.50

16904K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

16904K0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,091.50

16911H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

16911H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,313.50

16984L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

16984L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,609.50

16984L0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

BGS: Energy Efficiency Scheme

739.09

16984L0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

5,185.00

17039V0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

17039V0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

370.00

17082W0000

Small School Scheme ’06

BGS: Small School Scheme

6,356.00

17082W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

17082W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,312.50

17098O0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

131,399.01

17098O0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm

Other Costs: ICT Grant

5,000.00

17098O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

17098O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,517.00

17119T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

17119T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

3,330.00

17119T0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

937.90

17129W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

17129W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

536.50

17129W0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

2,193.00

17176I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

17176I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,184.00

17209U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

17209U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,016.50

17209U0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

2,500.00

17301I0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Classroom Furniture

565.77

17301I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

17301I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,369.00

17321O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

17321O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

499.50

17482P0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

17482P0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

758.50

17483R0000

SWS ’10

BGS: Summer Works Scheme

1,944.00

17483R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

17483R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,720.50

17483R0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

1,030.00

17562N0000

Emergency ’11

BGS: Emergency Works

53,766.30

17562N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

17562N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,554.00

17585C0000

Replacement Furniture

F&E: Classroom Furniture

3,525.88

17585C0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

37,732.88

17585C0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm

Other Costs: ICT Grant

5,000.00

17585C0000

SWS ’11

BGS: Capital Jobs Initiative

18,232.80

17585C0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

17585C0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,294.00

17615I0000

SPECIAL NEEDS FURN AND EQUIP 2011

F&E: Special Needs Furniture and Equipment

986.15

17615I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

17615I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,313.50

17678J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

17678J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

592.00

17682A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

17682A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

647.50

17727T0000

SPECIAL NEEDS FURN AND EQUIP 2011

F&E: Special Needs Furniture and Equipment

38.97

17727T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

17727T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,072.00

17727T0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

4,455.00

17874J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

17874J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

536.50

17922R0000

SWS ’11

BGS: Capital Jobs Initiative

36,458.89

17922R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

17922R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

222.00

17922R0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

1,730.00

17923T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

17923T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,091.50

18002D0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

18002D0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

943.50

18003F0000

Special Needs Furniture AND Equipment

F&E: Special Needs Furniture and Equipment

1,528.60

18003F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

18003F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,739.00

18070U0000

Emergency ’11

BGS: Emergency Works

70,543.64

18070U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

18070U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,457.50

18145C0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

18145C0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,128.50

18175L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

18175L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

592.00

18503C0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

18503C0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,424.50

18506I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

18506I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

4,347.50

18542M0000

NEW FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT 2011

F&E: Classroom Furniture

5,500.00

18542M0000

SWS ’11

BGS: Capital Jobs Initiative

140,001.94

18542M0000

Emergency ’11

BGS: Emergency Works

69,222.16

18542M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

11,396.00

18542M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

18561Q0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

144,340.00

18561Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

18561Q0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

3,422.50

18561Q0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

3,679.31

18562S0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

18562S0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,221.00

18594I0000

SWS ’10

BGS: Summer Works Scheme

8,453.10

18594I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

18594I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

647.50

18694M0000

Special Needs Furniture AND Equipment

F&E: Special Needs Furniture and Equipment

14,850.25

18694M0000

Emergency ’10

BGS: Emergency Works

9,787.59

18694M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

8,732.00

18694M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

18712L0000

SPECIAL NEEDS FURN AND EQUIP 2011

F&E: Special Needs Furniture and Equipment

723.60

18712L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

18712L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

3,071.00

18848N0000

SWS ’10

BGS: Summer Works Scheme

17,301.00

18848N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

18848N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,017.50

18848N0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

5,275.00

18880J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

18880J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

425.50

18922W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

18922W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,831.50

19248R0000

SPECIAL NEEDS FURN AND EQUIP 2011

F&E: Special Needs Furniture and Equipment

15,826.52

19248R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

19248R0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

3,330.00

19248R0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

2,390.00

19324H0000

SWS ’11

BGS: Capital Jobs Initiative

89,753.18

19324H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

19324H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

999.00

19375B0000

Special Needs Furniture AND Equipment

F&E: Special Needs Furniture and Equipment

1,506.25

19375B0000

SPECIAL NEEDS FURN AND EQUIP 2011

F&E: Special Needs Furniture and Equipment

6,961.29

19375B0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

19375B0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,480.00

19387I0000

Extension on-site 2006

Building Certs: Final Certs

62,104.33

19387I0000

Extension on-site 2006

Building Certs: Additional Works Major Projects

34,521.25

19387I0000

Extension on-site 2006

Architect Major Fees

21,708.23

19387I0000

Extension on-site 2006

Architect: Agreed Fees Major

5,690.03

19387I0000

Extension on-site 2006

Quantity Surveyor Major Fees

5,357.74

19387I0000

Extension on-site 2006

Mechanical AND Electrical Major Fees

6,865.10

19387I0000

Extension on-site 2006

Structural Engineer Major Fees

6,773.57

19387I0000

SPECIAL NEEDS FURN AND EQUIP 2011

F&E: Special Needs Furniture and Equipment

289.86

19387I0000

Relocation (Prefab) — Additional Accomm

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

2,178.00

19387I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

19387I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,220.00

19394F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

19394F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

740.00

19402B0000

SWS ’11

BGS: Summer Works Scheme

28,529.55

19402B0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

19402B0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

3,145.00

19451O0000

SPECIAL NEEDS FURN AND EQUIP 2011

F&E: Special Needs Furniture and Equipment

257.44

19451O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

19451O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

3,755.50

19451O0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

2,497.00

19488O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

19488O0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,184.00

19651W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

19651W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,776.00

19710M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

19710M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,627.00

19773N0000

Special Needs Furniture AND Equipment

F&E: Special Needs Furniture and Equipment

3,081.36

19773N0000

SPECIAL NEEDS FURN AND EQUIP 2011

F&E: Special Needs Furniture and Equipment

11,699.54

19773N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

19773N0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,332.00

19776T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

19776T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,073.00

19776T0000

Energy Efficiency Scheme 2009

BGS: Energy Efficiency Scheme

3,240.74

19798G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

19798G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

610.50

19808G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

19808G0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

777.00

19812U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

19812U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

4,847.00

19812U0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

3,770.00

19832D0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

70,000.00

19832D0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm

Other Costs: ICT Grant

35,000.00

19832D0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

19832D0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

4,440.00

19903A0000

SPECIAL NEEDS FURN AND EQUIP 2011

F&E: Special Needs Furniture and Equipment

1,691.58

19903A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

19903A0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

4,366.00

19903A0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

3,770.00

19911W0000

SWS ’10

BGS: Summer Works Scheme

19,315.76

19911W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

19911W0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,591.00

19911W0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

2,405.00

19914F0000

SPECIAL NEEDS FURN AND EQUIP 2011

F&E: Special Needs Furniture and Equipment

6,693.45

19914F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

19914F0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,998.00

19914F0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

1,702.00

19915H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

19915H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,294.00

19916J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,679.50

19916J0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

19916J0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

3,325.00

19951L0000

SWS ’11

BGS: Summer Works Scheme

162,260.00

19951L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

19951L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

4,144.00

19972T0000

Permanent Build Option — Additional Accomm 2011

BGS: Temporary Accomm/Additional Accomm

280,000.00

19972T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

19972T0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,127.50

20037L0000

SPECIAL NEEDS FURN AND EQUIP 2011

F&E: Special Needs Furniture and Equipment

577.97

20037L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

20037L0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

2,608.50

20037L0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

6,692.00

20046M0000

New School/Building On-Site 2010

Building Certs: Interim Certs

1,154,541.29

20046M0000

New School/Building On-Site 2010

Clerk of Works

21,844.21

20046M0000

New School/Building On-Site 2010

Other Costs: Percentage of Art

14,899.99

20046M0000

New School/Building On-Site 2010

Architect Major Fees

9,848.37

20046M0000

New School/Building On-Site 2010

Quantity Surveyor Major Fees

10,779.52

20046M0000

New School/Building On-Site 2010

Mechanical and Electrical Major Fees

17,120.57

20046M0000

New School/Building On-Site 2010

Furniture Major

29,810.88

20046M0000

New School/Building On-Site 2010

Disability Access Cert

800.00

20046M0000

New School/Building On-Site 2010

Conservation Report

726.00

20046M0000

New School/Building On-Site 2010

Services — ESB

3,709.18

20046M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

20046M0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

3,570.50

20084U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

20084U0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

1,498.50

20089H0000

NEW FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT 2011

F&E: Furniture Grant

2,500.00

20089H0000

PAS ’07

BGS: Permanent Accommodation Scheme

4,700.00

20089H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

7,233.50

20089H0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

20089H0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

2,780.25

20125I0000

Special Needs Furniture and Equipment

F&E: Special Needs Furniture and Equipment

245.43

20125I0000

SWS ’10

BGS: Summer Works Scheme

12,000.00

20125I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

5,500.00

20125I0000

Minor Works

BGS: Minor Works Grant

3,034.00

20125I0000

Water Conservation 2010

BGS: Water Conservation Scheme

4,475.00

20142I0000

Extension Architectural Plannin

Architect Major Fees

6,982.56

20142I0000

Extension Architectural Plannin

Quantity Surveyor Major Fees

3,200.34

20142I0000

Extension Architectural Plannin

Mechanical and Electrical Major Fees

2,816.29

20142I0000

Extension Architectural Plannin

Structural Engineer Major Fees

2,583.56

20142I0000

Extensions On-Site 2011

Building Certs: Interim Certs

1,115,750.40

20142I0000

Extensions On-Site 2011

Clerk of Works

5,815.20

20142I0000

Extensions On-Site 2011

Architect Major Fees

7,545.29

20142I0000

Extensions On-Site 2011

Quantity Surveyor Major Fees

6,051.95

20142I0000

Extensions On-Site 2011

Mechanical and Electrical Major Fees

3,043.25

20142I0000

Extensions On-Site 2011

Structural Engineer Major Fees

2,791.76

20142I0000

Extensions On-Site 2011

Other Costs: ICT Grant

20,000.00