Tuesday, 12 March 2019

Questions (721, 722, 723, 724)

Darragh O'Brien

Question:

721. Deputy Darragh O'Brien asked the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government the details of all new home turn-key purchases and costs by each local authority in 2018; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [12325/19]

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Darragh O'Brien

Question:

722. Deputy Darragh O'Brien asked the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government the details of all new home builds and costs by each local authority in 2018; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [12326/19]

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Darragh O'Brien

Question:

723. Deputy Darragh O'Brien asked the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government the details of all new home regeneration builds and costs by each local authority in 2018; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [12327/19]

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Darragh O'Brien

Question:

724. Deputy Darragh O'Brien asked the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government the details of all new home rapid build and costs by each local authority in 2018; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [12328/19]

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Written answers (Question to Housing)

I propose to take Questions Nos. 721 to 724, inclusive, together.

A detailed breakdown of the construction programme of new social housing build is set out in the Social Housing Construction Status Report, which is published on a quarterly basis by my Department. The report covering the period up to end Quarter 4 of 2018 is now available on the Rebuilding Ireland website at the following link:

http://rebuildingireland.ie/news/minister-murphy-publishes-social-housing-construction-status-report-for-q4-2018/ .

This report provides information on the social housing construction programme underway for each local authority area, including those construction schemes completed in 2018. This information includes completions through standard local authority construction, rapid build, turn-keys and regeneration. The report is available in a format that allows for interrogation at any time, to identify details of projects by local authority, or by delivery programme.

The cost of delivering the projects that were completed in 2018, broken down by local authority area, is set out in the table. It should be noted that further funding was also provided to local authorities in respect of other capital projects that reached project milestones in 2018, but did not complete in that year.

Local Authority

Cost

Carlow

€5.0m

Cavan

€2.4m

Clare

€0.4m

Cork City

€30.6m

Cork County

€33.1m

DLR

€37.8m

Donegal

€9.5m

Dublin City

€69.8m

Fingal

€46.7m

Galway City

€4.6m

Galway County

€6.4m

Kerry

€18.3m

Kildare

€17.7m

Kilkenny

€8.8m

Laois

€4.8m

Leitrim

€1.1m

Limerick

€15.9m

Longford

€9.9m

Louth

€3.6m

Mayo

€9.0m

Meath

€16.4m

Monaghan

€4.0m

Offaly

€2.3m

Roscommon

€1.9m

Sligo

€2.8m

South Dublin

€61.1m

Tipperary

€3.2m

Waterford

€22.8m

Westmeath

€2.3m

Wexford

€12.8m

Wicklow

€7.0m

Total

€471.9m

Questions Nos. 725 and 726 answered with Question No. 696.
Questions Nos. 727 and 728 answered with Question No. 699.