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There have been concerns raised over student accommodation in Galway after NUI Galway announced new changes to the upcoming academic year, due to the restrictions imposed by Government over Covid-19.
Galway Simon Community says the availability of affordable rented accommodation is at a critical level in Galway. According to the latest study released by the Simon Communities of Ireland, the gap between the Housing Assistance Payments and market rent prices has continued to increase. This latest Simon Communities study further demonstrates that the private rental sector is not suitable for the delivery of social and affordable housing.
Property: 66 Ard an Locha, Lake Road, Moate, Co. Westmeath, N37 X324
With the first round of CAO Offers being issued next Monday, thousands of students coming to NUI Galway and the GMIT will be seeking accommodation. The NUI Galway Students’ Union is urging them to be cautious and not rush into signing any lease or contract.
More than 80 families are homeless in the western region, including Galway, Mayo, and Roscommon, with 37 of these being single parent families, according to the figures released by the Department of Housing.
Minister of State and Longford/Westmeath TD, Deputy Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran has welcomed funding approved by the School Building Unit, to provide additional accommodation for Ardnagrath National School.
The Irish Property Owners Association (IPOA) has welcomed the spotlight which RTE’s Prime Time put on a small segment of the private rental market that are supplying sub-standard accommodation.
Swuite Bohermore is an exciting development of purpose built student accommodation in Galway city that has been created and designed by the Iveragh Group.
May has arrived and so has the summer. Galway no doubt will be jam packed with tourists and with so many hotels, hostels, and homes available, the competition for these potential holiday makers is fierce so how your property is marketed on the net can be the difference in obtaining a tenant within a few days and having an empty room during the summer.
The numbers of Traveller families taking up settled accommodation in Kilkenny is on the increase in recent years according to a local authority survey which was presented to the members of Kilkenny County Council as part of the quarterly Housing Report last week.