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Planning permission for the €52 million first phase of the Galway Harbour redevelopment and extension is to be submitted to An Bord Pleanála by the end of September, early October, giving hope that the dream of it becoming a major hub, attracting international cruise liners, will become a reality by 2018.
The annual Galway Hurling Supporters’ Club golf classic will take place on Friday July 5 at Galway Bay Golf Course.
The Galway Hurling Supporters Club will host an open meeting on Wednesday June 12 in Ballinasloe.
In little more than a month, the much-anticipated Volvo Ocean Race returns to Galway.
Galway shops, restaurants, and services could be major beneficiaries from the world popular cruise liner business once the new city port is up and running. Planning permission for phase one of the development is being submitted tomorrow.
Galway hurling has secured a sponsorship deal with Aer Lingus for three years - the first of its kind for the national carrier.
Ollie Canning will be an ambassador this year for the Galway Hurling Supporters Club which holds its annual general meeting next Wednesday (March 23).
When they come to write the history of Galway 100 years from now, we can be fairly sure that the legacy of an event tomorrow (Friday) will be writ large on those pages.
International cruise liners and yachts boosting the local economy as well as major enhancements and growth in port business activity could be a reality in just over six years if the €200 million redevelopment of the new Galway Harbour gets the go-ahead, and the public will have the chance to play their part in the future of the port this weekend.
The development of the port “remains a top priority for the Galway Harbour Company”, CEO Eamon Bradshaw vowed this week following announcements that the planning permission application to An Bord Pleanala has been revised and refined to take into account the current economic climate.