HC Deb 07 April 1977 vol 929 cc618-9W
Mr. Kilfedder

asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland if he will list the major water schemes to be started in 1977–78 and 1978–79, together with the total cost of each scheme and the cost in the financial year.

Mr. Carter

The major water schemes costing more than £100,000 included in the Northern Ireland Department of Environment capital works programme for the financial years 1977–78 and 1978–79 are set out below. The estimated expenditure for each financial year for the schemes starting in these years is £1.7 million and £2.8 million respectively. The total value of the schemes starting in the respective years is £2.5 million and £6.3 million.

Schemes programmed to start 1977–78
Category £100,000–£200,000 Division
Glenarm-Carnlough Water Scheme North
Knockloughrim Service Reservoir North
Extension to Ballinrees Water Treatment Plant North
Ballinrees Sludge Treatment Phase 1 North
Dungannon Town Distribution South
Category £200,000–£500,000
Tullyhill Service Reservoir North
Mullaghboy-Gulladuff Trunk Main North
Category £500,000–£800,000
Moyola Water Treatment Works North
Schemes programmed to start 1978–79
Category £100,000–£200,000
Water Supply to Garstings Hill North
Raw Water Storage at Moyola Treatment Works North
Crosskeen Creavey Trunk Main North
Ballyclare Service Reservoir North
Storage for Bann Water North
Kilcraig Reservoir Extension North
Red Bay Service Reservoir North
Foffany Treatment Works South
Rostrevor Area Additional Supply South
Derrylin Service Reservoir and Mains West
Category £200,00–£500,000
Garstings Hill Service Reservoir North
Maddybenny Service Reservoir North
Ballykine-Villa Water Supply East
Creggan Reservoir West
Armagh Breagh Trunk Main South
Duplication of Main from Lough Fea North
Killylane/Killyglen Trunk Main North
Category £500,000–£900,000
Derrykeegan Service Reservoir West
Coleraine Service Reservoir North
Ballygomartin Service Reservoir East
Lough Fea Augmentation North

The execution of the listed schemes as planed is subject to the procedural, contractual and financial constraints which apply to any Capital Programme.