Reprieve for first-time buyers welcomed – Buttimer

Wednesday, 28th January 2015 Central Bank not proceeding with 20% mortgage deposit recognises financial pressures faced by first-time buyers. 10% deposit for first-time buyers on amounts up to €220,000 First-time buyers of more expensive homes require 10% deposit on first €220,000 and 20% of balance Non-first time buyers require deposit of 20% The decision by […]

Posted under Finance, National Work

Boundary review an opportunity for economic development – Buttimer

Thursday, 15th January 2015 The review of the Cork City boundary and other local government arrangements is an opportunity to provide a platform for further economic development. This review is an opportunity to ensure that local government structures are changed so that they best serve the people of Cork and the businesses that generate employment […]

Posted under Carrigaline, Cork, Cork City, Douglas, Environment, National Work

Parliamentary Question: Regulation of Early Childhood Care and Education Services

QUESTIONS to the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs (Dr. James Reilly, TD) For WRITTEN ANSWER on 16/12/2014 To ask the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs his views on the increasing regulation and inspection regime applicable to providers of early childhood care and education services; and if he will make a statement on the […]

Posted under Children & Youth Affairs, Parliamentary Questions

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