Dáil Éireann - Volume 363 - 12 February, 1986
Written Answers. - Dunleer (Louth) By-pass
Mr. Bell Mr. Bell
20. Mr. Bell asked the Minister for the Environment the level of financial support from his Department and the EC for the Dunleer by-pass, County Louth; if he is aware of the very bad state of the existing road, when he expects work to commence and conclude; if way-leave has been completed with land and property owners; if so, the cost involved; the projected employment involved; and if he will make a statement on the matter.
Minister for the Environment (Mr. Kavanagh) Liam Kavanagh
 Minister for the Environment (Mr. Kavanagh): I expect to be in a position shortly to reach a decision on Louth County Council's motorway scheme in respect of the proposed Dunleer by-pass which has been estimated to cost £15 million at 1984 prices. I am sure the Deputy will appreciate that in view of my quasi-judicial functions in the matter it would not be appropriate for me to make any comments on the details of the scheme in advance of any decision.
Dáil Éireann 363 Written Answers. Dunleer (Louth) By-pass