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Perfect family home in a lovely community location

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DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard is offering for sale this stunning four bedroom detached family home, located in the lovely community of Currylaur, approximately 20 minutes from Galway city.

Grade A office accommodation launches in Oranmore

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Cushman & Wakefield has announced that No 1 City East, Oranmore, has officially been launched to the market to let. The property comprises superb grade A office accommodation extending to c6,410sq m (69,000sq ft) over four levels. This landmark building in a high profile position in Oranmore has undergone an extensive redevelopment by Siorap Investments Ltd. The design of the completed offices will be of an exceptionally high standard which meets current occupiers' exacting demands.

Most annoying Irish motorway driving habits revealed

Research carried out by Easytrip, specialist electronic parking and tolling tag provider, has revealed that 62 per cent of Irish drivers get most annoyed when other motorists ‘don’t use their indicators’ on the motorway.

Most annoying Irish motorway driving habits revealed

Research carried out by Easytrip, specialist electronic parking and tolling tag provider, has revealed that 62 per cent of Irish drivers get most annoyed when other motorists ‘don’t use their indicators’ on the motorway.

Local private roads have stopped house purchase going through

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The issue of local roads that are not in public ownership has seen a couple in Achill being prevented from buying a house, it was claimed by local councillor Paul McNamara. The Achill based Fianna Fáil councillor told the February meeting of the West Mayo Municipal District that the couple had agreed a mortgage with the bank but the sale could not go through because of the ownership of the road.

Major upheaval ahead for home-owners affected by bypass route

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Now that the exact route of the proposed Galway bypass has been identified, affected property owners at various locations across the city are still coming to terms with the fact their homes will have to be knocked to facilitate the road. Other property owners who will not be subject to demolition face the reality of living in extremely close proximity to a busy national artery.

Further details about new city bypass revealed at media briefing

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Reaction continues this evening following the revelation of the chosen route for the proposed new Galway city bypass. 41 homes are in line for demolition and 10 more are 'severely affected' by the preferred corridor. At a media briefing earlier today further detail about the new road was revealed.

Road route to include two short underground tunnels and Corrib bridge

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The speculation about which route the new Galway city bypass will take comes to an end today. A briefing is due to take place this morning (Thursday) which will detail the exact route chosen. The saga has been ongoing since January, when six potential routes for the new road were announced.

Bog cotton or people’s homes - that is the choice as wrecking ball looms

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Not since the slack-tongued Mylie Cyrus straddled a wrecking ball in the nip has there been such excitement over the demolition of buildings. However proposals to demolish up to 130 houses to make way for a new bypass in Galway has got locals twerking with rage.

 

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