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Sherry FitzGerald is offering a new high-end residential development of 14 detached luxury homes on large sites, located on the Coast Road, Oranmore, with construction under way for the first homes in Béal Taoide.
With the month of October synonymous with putting a house on the property market, there is no better time to take the step of selling your home.
A new residential development is on its way to Moycullen, with construction already under way and the first phase scheduled to be launched in autumn 2018. BRTW Developments is the first company to build a substantial development in Moycullen for a number of years. The company will provide employment during the construction phase and deliver much needed homes to an under supplied market.
Technology is fast becoming an integral part of all aspects of life. Having the technology to make life easier allows us the freedom to focus our creative energies on other areas, and this can bring improvements in the workplace, universities, and public buildings.
Irish Water, working in partnership with Galway County Council, is appealing to households and businesses on the Ballinasloe Regional Water Supply Scheme to conserve water for the foreseeable future, as demand on the scheme has increased by more than 40 per cent in recent days.
Athlone Chamber of Commerce supported by Energia will host an energy reduction workshop for businesses on November from 12 midday to 2pm.
The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) is urging homeowners to avail of their entitlement to the grants which cover about 30 per cent of the average cost of the upgrade works, making their homes warmer and more energy efficient.
Irish Water has stressed the need to lower water usage on Inis Mór for the foreseeable future, due to the unseasonably dry weather conditions, resulting in historically low water levels for this time of year.
Irish Water is asking people living in Westmeath to continue conserve water usage for the foreseeable future due to the unseasonably dry weather conditions during recent weeks.
Irish consumers could be unwittingly wasting hundreds of euro on their energy bills by overheating their homes, according to new research from Switcher.ie.