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Property prices in Westmeath have risen by €11,000 in the last year, according to the latest MyHome.ie Property Report in association with Davy.
According to the latest quarterly rental report by daft.ie, rents in Westmeath were on average 13.6 percent higher in the fourth quarter of 2018 than at the same period a year previously. The average advertised rent is now €941, which is an increase of 79 percent from its lowest point.
The price of the average three-bed semi in Westmeath has risen 5.3 per cent to €160,000 in the last three months, according to a national survey carried out by Real Estate Alliance.
House prices in Westmeath for the final three months of 2016 were 11 per cent higher than a year previously, compared to a rise of 13 per cent seen a year ago. The average house price is now €162,000, 37 per cent above its lowest point.
House prices in Westmeath between April and June were 13 per cent higher than a year previously, with the average price now €159,000, according to the latest House Price Report released by Daft.ie.
Castlebar Fine Gael Senator Paddy Burke took over the office of Cathaoirleach of the 24th Seanad this week. The Mayo Senator will lead the 60-strong house for the duration of the current government’s term. He takes over the chair from Donie Cassidy who was the Cathaoirleach of the last Seanad, during which time Sen Burke held the position of Leas Cathaoirleach. He will be the 14th leader of the Seanad since it was first established in 1922 and possibly the last if the Government goes ahead with plans to abolish the upper house.
After witnessing the elevation of his protégé, Robert Troy to the Dail last month, the 29-year political career of Castlepollard businessman Donie Cassidy ended this week in bittersweet fashion after he failed in his efforts to be returned to the 24th Senate.
Just 1,300 people living in Westmeath are registered to vote for the upcoming Seanad elections on the National University of Ireland (NUI) panel, one of just three panels which allows members of the public to vote.
Local senator and Castlepollard businessman, Donie Cassidy, had a lucky escape when a front wheel fell off the plane during landing on an internal flight in Turkey on Monday.
The decision of Bank of Ireland to move its premises to Oliver Plunkett Street shows that Mullingar is ideally placed to be a hub for financial services, says Senator Donie Cassidy.