Tuesday, 11 December 2018

Questions (97)

Seán Sherlock

Question:

97. Deputy Sean Sherlock asked the Taoiseach and Minister for Defence the number of car parking spaces provided for staff working within Dublin, Limerick and Cork city and to agencies therein. [52008/18]

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Written answers (Question to Defence)

The Department of Defence has twenty seven (27) car parking spaces for staff working at various locations in Dublin.

At the Department's offices in Clonmel Street, which we share with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and Irish Aid, we have five (5) car parking spaces.

The staff of the Office Of Emergency Planning, located at the National Emergency Coordination Centre in Agriculture House, have access to four (4) car parking spaces on a first come first served basis.

The Civil Defence Phoenix Training Centre, in the Phoenix Park, has eighteen (18) car parking spaces for staff and volunteers attending training courses.

There is also parking available to the members of the Defence Forces serving in Cathal Brugha and McKee Barracks and St. Bricin's medical facility in Dublin, in Collins Barracks and Haulbowline Naval Base in Cork and in Sarsfield Barracks in Limerick.