I propose to take Questions Nos. 947 to 951, inclusive, together.
Local authorities and bodies under the aegis of my Department enter into capital contracts in the course of their work, some of which is funded through the Department's Vote; my Department itself does not directly engage in any major capital projects. As regards relevant contracts for which local authorities are responsible, information on expenditure and multi-annual capital commitments is set out in Note 2.9/2.10 to the Department's Appropriation Accounts for the relevant years (Vote 25 up to 2014; Vote 34 thereafter) which are published by the Comptroller and Auditor General and are available at available at https://www.audit.gov.ie/en/Publications, by clicking on "Appropriation Account". The Department's 2018 Appropriation Account will be published later this year when the audit is completed.
Details in relation to specific projects (which are being advanced primarily by local authorities and Irish Water) under my Department's range of capital programmes as part of Project Ireland 2040: National Development Plan 2018-2027 are set out in the Investments Projects and Programmes Tracker published in by the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform on their website at the following link: https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/6db7c4-investment-projects-and-programmes-tracker/
In addition, the recently announced MyProjectIreland, a new citizen-focused interactive map developed as part of Project Ireland 2040 in partnership with Ordnance Survey Ireland, provides details of projects around the country. This is available to be viewed at the following weblink: https://www.gov.ie/en/campaigns/09022006-project-ireland-2040/?referrer=/2040.
In relation to housing projects, my Department publishes comprehensive status reports on a quarterly basis of all social housing construction schemes for all local authority areas, showing details such as their locations and a range of information relating to their advancement. The most recent of these reports covers the period up to the end of Quarter 1 of 2019. The report can be accessed at the following link: http://rebuildingireland.ie/news/rebuilding-ireland-progress-report-published-2019-quarter-1/.
With respect to water services projects, Irish Water has established a team to deal with queries from Oireachtas members on issues arising in relation to its activities. The team may be contacted via email to email@example.com or by telephone on 1890 578 578. Alternatively, Irish Water provides full details of their projects and plans to improve water and wastewater services on their website. The details can be accessed at the following link: https://www.water.ie/projects-plans/.