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O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers, based at 5 Mary Street, Galway, will take to the internet tomorrow, Friday April 16, at 12 noon with its latest live stream property auction. With nearly 30 lots on offer, the company expects a busy day of buying and selling with the varied catalogue including residential and commercial property as well as a number of attractive land lots. The company offers virtual property viewings on all building lots and these are available to view on the company website, www.odonnjoyce.com, Daft.ie, and Myhome.ie.
With funding of €17 million from the Government to support outdoor dining this summer, the Galway City Council must create a plan to support outdoor dining and activities in the city.
New legislation will help to manage the air quality of Galway city, according to Green Parrty Galway City West councillor, Niall Murphy.
THE OPACAS, the Galway/Leeds 'virtual’ rock band whose catchy singles and quirky videos have brought much joy during the pandemic, are back - and this time with a Lego video.
For those of us in the weekly newspaper game, there is a six or seven year wait for your publication day to come around to falling on April 1. That day when you’d be plotting prank stories about Arabs buying Galway United, when there’d be plans for a multi-storey carpark to be located under Eyre Square, or when the IDA would be announcing a new factory opening out in Parkmore for the production of skirting board ladders and glass hammers.
The scale of the massive game-changing development Augustine Hill, to be located on lands adjacent to Ceannt Station, has been reduced significantly in a number of ways, in designs submitted in response to requests for further information from planners at Galway City Council.
Galway based auctioneer O’Donnellan & Joyce continues to offer a next generation service with continued improvements in its virtual property viewings and live stream auction system. Available to view on its own website – www.odonnjoyce.com, Daft.ie and Myhome.ie, the company has launched its nationwide property auction catalogue ahead of the live stream sale on Friday April 16.
Our photograph of William Street shows the horse-drawn open-topped summer tram heading towards the terminus on Eyre Square.
A spacious two bedroom apartment in Galway city centre is available to rent for the first time.
An “exciting future” leading to the “transformation” of the city centre awaits Galway, but only if the €63 million in funding under the Urban Regeneration and Development Fund is “delivered in a timely manner.”