HC Deb 19 January 1978 vol 942 cc366-7W
Mr. Cohen

asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland whether he will publish a detailed programme of action for the Belfast areas of need, setting out [...] timetable and costings.

Mr. Carter

In addition to existing programmes a total of just over £16 million of public money has been committed to a wide range of social, environmental, educational and recreational projects in Belfast areas of need. The breakdown of this figure is as follows:

proved to be compatible with the views of the report.

Mr. Dunn

I am informed that the Foyle Fisheries Commission hopes to publish its comments on the report of the Canadian experts within the next two months. The electric barrier is a component part of the fish pass and fish counter which are compatible with the report.

Mr. Wm Ross

asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland if he will now list the recommendations of the report entitled "The Foyle Fisheries: New Base for Rational Management" which have been put fully into operation, and also list those which have been put partially into operation, stating in each case precisely what has been done and what remains to be done.

Mr. Dunn

In the time available it has not been possible to summarise these lengthy and complex recommendations in the way requested. I will write to the hon. Member.

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