HC Deb 18 May 1905 vol 146 cc769-70
MR. O'NEILL (Antrim, Mid.)

I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland what steps the Local Government Board of Ireland are taking, or intend to take, to enforce the carrying out of the sealed Order, dated May 15th, 1903, which ordered the Rural District Council of Ballycastle, in the county of Antrim, to provide a supply of wholesome water and proper sewerage for the village of Cushendall in their district, this Order having been made after an inquiry instituted by the Local Government Board, the result of which was a condemnation of the sanitary arrangements of Cushendall.


The delay in this case has been mainly due to proceedings in the superior Courts. A new Order was made on the 8th April last, and the district council are now preparing plans for the necessary works.