§ MR. FETHERSTONHAUGH
To ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, what progress has been made with the re-valuation of Dublin; how many tenements are there to be valued, and how many have up to the present been valued; when, approximately, does the Commissioner of Valuation anticipate the re-valuation can be completed; and has the Commissioner been given a sufficient staff to enable the work to be done with reasonable speed.
(Answered by Mr. Runciman.) The Commissioner of Valuation informs me that there are 47,000 rateable hereditaments in the city of Dublin, of which 11,500 have been surveyed, but that he is not yet in a position to fix a date for the completion of the work. He has a sufficient staff to enable it to be done with reasonable speed.