Wednesday, 20 May 2020

Questions (1411)

Dara Calleary

Question:

1411. Deputy Dara Calleary asked the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht the capital spend by her Department to date in 2020, including the capital carry over from 2019, by subhead. [6260/20]

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Written answers (Question to Culture)

Details of capital expenditure by my Department and all Government departments are published by the Department of Finance on a monthly basis:

https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/c46b76-fiscal-monitor-april-2020/

Total capital expenditure for my Department to 30 April 2020 amounts to €20.98m as detailed in the following table. Total expenditure from capital carryover to 30 April 2020 amounts to €525,000.

These figures are provisional as all expenditure within my Department's Vote is subject to an on going internal verification and monitoring process to ensure the best use of available financial resources. Adjustments may fall to be made between subheads as part of this process and all figures are subject to audit by the Office of the Comptroller and Auditor General.

Subhead

 

Expenditure to 30/04/2020

€000s 

(v)

OFFICE EQUIPMENT AND EXTERNAL IT SERVICES   

292

A.5

GENERAL EXPENSES OF IRISH MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, CHESTER BEATTY LIBRARY, NATIONAL CONCERT HALL & CRAWFORD GALLERY

415

A.7

CULTURAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND DEVELOPMENT 

395

A.9

AN CHOMHAIRLE EALAÍON

440

A.10

GENERAL EXPENSES OF THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF IRELAND 

200

A.11

GENERAL EXPENSES OF THE NATIONAL LIBRARY OF IRELAND   

179

A.12

FÍS EIREANN 

6,000

A.13  

NATIONAL GALLERY OF IRELAND

429

A.14

EUROPEAN CITY OF CULTURE

2,653

B.3

HERITAGE COUNCIL

478

B.4

BUILT HERITAGE  

191

B.5

NATURAL HERITAGE (NATIONAL PARKS AND WILDLIFE SERVICE)

557

B.8

PEATLANDS RESTORATION, CONSERVATION & MANAGEMENT

1,583

C.3  

GAELTACHT SUPPORT SCHEMES   

214

C.4  

IRISH LANGUAGE SUPPORT SCHEMES

2

C.8

ÚDARÁS NA GAELTACHTA -  GRANTS FOR PROJECTS AND CAPITAL EXPENDITURE ON PREMISES     

4,317

C.9

ISLANDS   

5

D.4  

WATERWAYS IRELAND    

2,630

 

Total 

20,980