HC Deb 22 February 1904 vol 130 cc572-3

I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland whether his attention has been directed to a resolution of a meeting of the Killaghter Branch of the United Irish League, held on 10th February, over which the Rev. P. B. Dunlany presided, urging, that inasmuch as the Congested Districts Board have had in their possession for the past three years two grass farms of about 280 acres on the Tredennick Estate, St. Colin's Point, that the Board should immediately take steps to divide these farms into suitable holdings for the fishermen of St. Colin's Point, who have now no land, and to build houses for them at reasonable purchase prices, and deprecating the use of those farms for grazing purposes; and, if so, will he say what steps, if any, he proposes to take in the matter.


The lands referred to in the Question will be rearranged and sold with the least possible delay.