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Developers speculating on property price rise

A Mullingar Area councillor has launched a scathing attack on developers whom he believes are speculating on the value of their derelict sites rather than selling them for the benefit of the community.

15 councillors vote to support abattoir in residential area

Continuing its vein of defiance from last week, Westmeath County Council voted to allow an abattoir be built in a residential area, contrary to the wishes of both the planning department and An Bord Pleanála.

15 councillors vote to support abattoir in residential area

Continuing its vein of defiance from last week, Westmeath County Council voted to allow an abattoir be built in a residential area, contrary to the wishes of both the planning department and An Bord Pleanála.

Council defies State recommendation on turbine distance from homes

“It is a no win position” - these were the stark words issued by county manager Barry Kehoe talking about windfarms and the Westmeath County Development Plan public meeting on Wednesday evening, September 18.

Cycleway approved amid confusion over railway

While the establishment of a cycleway in the Athlone-Mullingar rail corridor will not jeopardise any future plans to reopen the rail line, if the railway does reopen at any stage the cycleway will have to be moved.

€460k funding for Killucan community centre

Just under half a million euros in funding has been approved for the construction of a community centre in Killucan.

Westmeath councillor expresses concern over county’s smaller towns

A Westmeath councillor has expressed concern about future development in some of the county’s smaller towns. Cllr Denis Leonard said he was worried that towns and villages like Kinnegad, Rochfortbridge, and Ballynacargy may be deprived of vital services in the future purely because their populations aren’t large enough.

Kinnegad celebrates a week of new jobs and services

“A great week for Kinnegad” is how local councillor Denis Leonard described the opening of the new primary care unit and the creation of 80 jobs in the brand new Tesco store, within days of each other, in Kinnegad this week.

Eighty new jobs for Kinnegad

Eighty new jobs have been earmarked for Kinnegad this week after Tesco announced it is to open a new store in the Westmeath town.

 

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