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Urban Regeneration and Development Fund

Dáil Éireann Debate, Wednesday - 13 May 2020

Wednesday, 13 May 2020

Questions (1232)

Anne Rabbitte

Question:

1232. Deputy Anne Rabbitte asked the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government the drawdown by each local authority from the Urban Regeneration and Development Fund in 2018 and 2019, in tabular form; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [4159/20]

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Written answers (Question to Housing)

As the first tranche of Urban Regeneration and Development Fund (URDF) supported projects was only announced on 26 November 2018, there was no URDF funding drawn down by local authority applicants in 2018. €16,781,314 was drawn down by local authorities from the URDF in 2019, details of which are set out out in the following table.

Local Authority

URDF Drawdown 2019

Carlow County Council

€135,481.14

Cavan County Council

€60,000.00

Clare County Council

€309,910.59

Cork City Council

€249,023.63

Cork County Council

€280,196.62

Donegal County Council

€76,974.00

Dublin City Council

€1,728,943.55

Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council

€175,706.00

Fingal County Council

€125,198.00

Galway City Council

€60,000.00

Kerry County Council

€94,270.87

Kildare County Council

€268,570.00

Kilkenny County Council

€681,170.29

Laois County Council

€672,708.64

Leitrim County Council

€545,602.72

Limerick City and County Council

€221,301.00

Longford County Council

€350,398.00

Louth County Council

€60,000.00

Mayo County Council

€195,567.22

Meath County Council

€148,377.85

Monaghan County Council

€94,805.93

Offaly County Council

€165,925.00

Roscommon County Council

€154,125.00

Sligo County Council

€344,010.00

South Dublin County Council

€158,456.87

Tipperary County Council

€813,312.97

Waterford City & County Council

€4,176,444.14

Westmeath County Council

€2,127,013.00

Wexford County Council

€1,494,840.00

Wicklow County Council

€812,981.00

Total

€16,781,314.03

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