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The announcement by the Government to set up a taskforce is evidence the Galway City Council has failed abysmally to deliver public and affordable housing according to Cllr Colette Connolly.
Galway has a "golden opportunity" to lead the way in planning and public transport solutions in the State, but only if it adopts an integrated public transport plan to reduce traffic, as part of a comprehensive masterplan for the city.
Right now, Galway is stuck in gridlock at a transport crossroads. It’s no secret that we’ve got a transport problem, and unless we take decisive action, it’s only going to get worse.
Walking through Galway city centre with Niall McNelis is something of a stop-start experience, albeit a most cordial nature. He seems to know every second person we pass, and given he has just been elected Mayor of Galway City, a lot of people want to wish him well. “I swear, these are not plants!” he jokes. “It’s not staged! But I have been flabbergasted by the amount of good will.”
The charming surrounds of Claregalway Castle will once again provide the stunning backdrop to the ninth annual Galway Garden Festival, which takes place on Saturday and Sunday week July 7 and July 8.
The 2018 Galway Garden Festival will take place on Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th July, at Claregalway Castle. This will be the 9th year of a uniquely charming garden event which caters for specialist and eclectic tastes.
Galway will be painted ‘Ed’ this weekend as an expected 60,000 fans flock to the city to see Ed Sheeran perform at Pearse Stadium. Construction crews are this morning (Thursday) putting the finishing touches to the mammoth stage on the pitch at Salthill.
An Taisce's Galway Association has submitted an appeal to An Bord Pleanala against the Galway City Council's decision to grant planning permission for the proposed Bonham Quay development.
Insider knows Ireland's population is to rise by one million over the next 20 years. This will see Galway's population grow to beyond 100,000 between now and 2020. These predictions come from the North Western Regional Authority in its submission to the National Planning Framework – Ireland 2040, and these projections might be true, if planning applications lodged in recent months come to anything.
CIE through its agent Cushman & Wakefield is seeking premium rental bids by competitive tender to redevelop the 8.2 acre Ceannt site in Galway city. The city centre site has long been a Galway landmark and is steeped in the history of the city with the adjacent rail station being built in 1851 with the completion of the Dublin-Galway rail line. Furthermore the site is strategically linked to Galway’s transport hub which will no doubt be an integral part of the development of Ceannt Quarter.