HC Deb 17 June 1913 vol 54 cc206-7
60. Mr. BOLAND

asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland whether the Congested Districts Board is now in a position to state the terms on which his holding will be re-sold to John J. Shea, Canuig (rental number 55), on the D. C. O' Connell estate, in view of the fact that the price fixed by the inspector of the Estates Commissioners was £180?


The price agreed to be paid by the Congested Districts Board to the vendor for John Shea's holding is £195 at which price the Board will be prepared to resell the holding to John Shea if unaltered or unimproved.

64. Mr. DORIS

asked whether the Congested Districts Board have yet received an offer for sale of the Livingstone-Jordan estate, situate at Fairhill, Islandeady, county Mayo, or have the owners refused to sell through the Board; and, as all the lands surrounding this little estate have been already acquired by the Board, will steps be taken to acquire this property as soon as possible?


The fee simple of the section of the Livingstone estate on which Mr. Jordan's farm at Fairhill is situate, has not been offered for sale to the Congested Districts Board. The Board have been in correspondence with the agents for the property, but the maps and documents necessary for a preliminary inspection have not so far been lodged with them.