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Concern grows at €75m Crown site fit-out costs

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The figure emerged at a meeting of Galway city councillors this week after the city chief executive appeared to pour cold water on expectations that part of the existing City Hall site on College Road will be redeveloped for social and affordable housing after the move.

Forde calls for investigation into purchase of new City Council offices

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Galway City East local election candidate, Shane Forde, has said that if elected on June 7, one of first priorities as a new Councillor will be to have an investigation carried out into the acquisition by Galway City Council of its new Civic Offices at Crown Square.

Housing is the biggest issue on the canvass in Galway city

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Last year 1,368 affordable homes were delivered across all local authorities in the state. Galway City Council did not deliver any affordable homes, according to SF candidate Mark Lohan.

150-job boost as first Irish Radisson RED set to open in city

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Galway got a jobs boost this week when it was announced that the Radisson RED Galway at Crown Square, currently under construction, is scheduled to open its doors later this year.

Monivea traffic lights create “chaos” - Ogbu

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A lack of filter lights is causing intolerable congestion at the Monivea Road-Connolly Avenue traffic lights near Mervue, according to local election candidate Helen Ogbu.

Next generation of placemakers - Radharc na Mara students shape local community at Crown Square

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The newly developed Crown Square Development in Mervue, Galway City, is set to become a hub for the local community, with amenities such as cafes, a food-hall, a walking track, a pharmacy, and a medical centre. To encourage collaboration and creativity among locals, the JJ Rhatigan & Company, the developer of Crown Square, has initiated a community engagement programme.

Earn the commute - To the moon and back

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For a company which facilitated remote working from the moon, Poly, which will move into its state of the art home in Crown Square in the coming months, believes that the return to work in offices can create efficient collaborative spaces if smart thinking is applied. It also recommends that employers do not bring back employees just for the sake of it.

Let’s recover the night-time

When the Justice Minister spoke earlier this week about her plans to extend the opening hours and to create measures to stimulate the nighttime economy, I was reminded of just how much this would impact Galway in particular, because of its role as a party capital and cultural hub.

Augustine Hill — a new neighbourhood in a new Galway

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Over the past few months I have opined and received many responses on the need for a big discussion on how Galway will be shaped in the next 10 years, because the next 10, and the opportunities it allows, will shape what will be achieved in the next one hundred.

Lovely bungalow in Mervue

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John Quinn has received instructions to offer for sale No 4 Clarke Avenue, Mervue, a lovely home which is ready to walk into, and superbly located close to local schools, church, shops, Mervue Industrial Estate, and the proposed Crown Square.

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