HC Deb 03 August 1905 vol 151 c97
MR. DOOGAN (Tyrone, E.)

I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland whether he is aware that after an inquiry into the failure of the Rural District Council of Dungannon to make an improvement scheme under the Acts, the council were informed by the Local Government Board on March 22nd last that the eighteen applicants whose names were set out in the letter had established their claims for the erection of cottages; can he say how many of these cottages have yet been built; and, if none, will he take steps to cause the work to be begun at once.


The fact is as stated in the first inquiry. On May 4th the council decided upon a scheme for forty-one cottages, including the eighteen referred to. There is no reason to believe there will be any undue delay in the erection of the cottages.