Thirteen projects across Donegal are benefitting in latest round of funding under the Historic Structures Fund and Built Heritage Investment Scheme
“I fully understand the stress that the threat of flooding causes and the frustration that people feel at delays”, said Minister Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran
“The key here is that this Government is responding quickly to people’s need,” Minister McHugh said.
“The reality is that planning permission will expire on this project by 2022…we run the serious risk of letting this project’s planning expire.”
The allocation includes more than €2.8million on four projects on the N14 at Tullyrap.
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IN 2014, Taoiseach Enda Kenny sparked uproar among the Irish speaking community when he appointed Joe McHugh as Junior Minister for Gaeltacht Affairs.