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A shortage of emergency accommodation in Athlone is cause for much concern, according to Cllr Frankie Keena, who, during the most recent sitting of the Municipal District, implored the need to provide a scheme of rapid build modular homes for all who require immediate housing in the area.
Galway Simon has expressed grave concern as 2024 begins with record numbers of people experiencing homelessness in the West. The latest figures published by the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government report a record 630 people staying in Emergency Accommodation in Galway, Mayo and Roscommon in December 2023.
Independent Councillor Paul Hogan has criticised the Department of Housing’s apparent omission of County Westmeath in the new septic tank grant scheme.
The number of residential homes under construction in County Westmeath in the first eleven months of the year has increased by over 160% on the same period in 2022.
Roscommon County Council, in conjunction with the Department of Housing, Local Government & Heritage, are inviting applications from local communities in South Roscommon for the Community Monuments Fund 2024.
Galway City councillors unanimously passed a record €121.3m budget this week, but tempers frayed during the annual money meeting on Monday.
Did you know that the Winter Solstice is on December 22 this year? Don’t be caught out and miss the shortest day of the year. Galway Simon Community invites you to join them that day to celebrate the Winter Solstice with a Dip at Dawn and support those facing the trauma of homelessness in Galway, Mayo and Roscommon.
Westmeath County Council has received permission from the Department of Housing to progress the large scale Lissywollen housing development.
A new public art commission is set to be unveiled at the Tubber Hill housing development in Westport next week. All is Well, a visual art installation by Cathal McCarthy and commissioned by Mayo County Council Arts Service, will be officially launched at on Saturday October 7 2pm by Damien McGlynn, director of CREATE. All are welcome and refreshments will be provided.