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OCC Construction’s An Cliathán Project wins prestigious award

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OCC Construction’s An Cliathán Project for Galway City Council wins the prestigious ICE (Irish Construction Excellence Award) 2024 <€5m residential category. The residential project in Ballybane has earned national acclaim, following a thorough selection and interview process from the ICE judges. The award highlights the dedication to creating high-quality, sustainable housing for our community.

Green light for affordable homes in Claregalway

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BY Declan Varley

Funding for Galway City, Tuam and Ballinasloe under Town Centre First Heritage Revival Scheme

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Ten town centres in the Northern and Western Region including Galway City, Tuam and Ballinasloe are set to benefit from funding under THRIVE, the Town Centre First Heritage Revival Scheme, awarded under the ERDF Northern and Western Regional Programme 2021-2027. It aims to allow Local Authorities and citizens to reimagine and revitalise town centres though the renovation and reuse of publicly owned vacant or derelict heritage buildings.

Another blow to Galway tourism and rural economies

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The Irish Self Catering Federation (ISCF) has said that the tourism industry in Galway and nationally is facing “considerable threat” due to the Irish government’s poorly thought-out implementation of European Union legislation on short -term rental data collection and sharing which became law on May 19.

Ballyburke causes major row in final city council meeting

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Councillors were voting to approve plans for a community retail centre, creche, cafe, outdoor ampitheatre, 84 south-facing social housing units with sea views, and a landscaped plaza behind Colaiste na Corribe secondary school off the Ballymoneen Road.

Making properties affordable could set back Merlin Park housing development by years, says McDonnell

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City Councillor Declan McDonnell has warned against changing plans for a 103-home City Council development in Merlin Park to make all of the properties ‘affordable’ — saying that it could set back the building of the badly needed homes by years.

Council adopts action plan to tackle vacancy rate in County Galway

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The Elected Members of Galway County Council have approved a five-year plan by the Local Authority to tackle vacancy rates and increase new housing supply.

SHEroes: Galway symposium aims to promote women and diversity in politics

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Community Activist, advocate for gender equity and diversity, and Labour Party Candidate for Galway City East in the coming Local Elections, Helen Ogbu, extends a cordial invitation to the upcoming symposium titled ‘SHEroes – Promoting Women & Diversity in Politics’. This event is being organized following a successful grant application to Galway City Council, in collaboration with the Department of Housing, Local Government, and Heritage and will take place on April 17 at 10:30am to 2:pm, in the Menlo Park Hotel.

Further spiral in constituency homelessness underlines need for general election –Clarke

Speaking to the Athlone Advertiser this week, local Sinn Féin Deputy, Sorca Clarke, has said that the latest spiral in constituency (Longford-Westmeath) homelessness underlines the need for a general election now.

300 new builds across Galway since January

Residential construction is booming across Galway city and county, according to new government figures, which show the city is far ahead of rising national trends.


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