§ Mrs. Iris Robinson
To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many Pre-School Education Advisory Group (PEAG) places were allocated to each(a) private playschool and (b) state nursery unit in the Dundonald area in 2004–05; how many applications were received on behalf of children living in the Dundonald area seeking a pre-school place for their final pre-school year, at each pre-school facility; how many children living in the Dundonald area failed to obtain a PEAG place for their final pre-school year; and how many PEAG places were awarded to pre-school facilities in Dundonald for children under the age of three in 2004–05. 
§ Mr. Gardiner
The information requested is as follows.
Omagh, (b) Omagh and Strabane and (c) Strabane and Londonderry. I have been asked to reply as the issue raised falls within my responsibility as Chief Executive of Roads Service.
£million Preliminary estimates for the provision of these lengths of dual carriageway are: Ballygawley to Omagh (including bypass) 110–153 Omagh Strabane 139–192 Strabane (including bypass) to Londonderry (Craigavon Bridge) 97–135
I would stress the preliminary nature of these estimated costs. No feasibility studies or surveys have been undertaken of possible schemes and thus alignments for such schemes have not been identified. The costs assume a mixture of agricultural and development lands, are based on approximate lengths using typical costs, and depend on the standard of road provided.
I trust this information is helpful.