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There was a long discussion at an Urban District Council meeting in July 1935 about whether to allow purchasers of plots in front of the house at Forster Park, recently occupied by Dr Michael O’Malley, to proceed with the building immediately, or to force them to defer construction until the road along the Promenade had been widened. The plots had been advertised as building sites. One of the objectors said, “We are a long time looking for a town planning scheme in Galway, and now that we have it, I strongly object to this building. We have one of the finest hotels in the country (The Eglinton) and now you want to destroy it.”
This photograph, taken from an old glass slide, shows some important personage in an escorted carriage leaving the Great Southern Hotel. There are some mounted liveried gentlemen in front and two RIC men on horseback behind the carriage, which is hidden by the RIC men. You can see a policeman on foot to the right of our picture.
The Forster Court Hotel may only have opened the Friday before race week, but with its recent refurbishments and perfect location just steps from Eyre Square and minutes from Shop Street, has meant it has already been home to a number of very well-known faces.
There was some good news for Galway this week as 20 jobs will be created with the opening of a new bar and restaurant in the city centre.
Beat the traffic with this compact three bed semidetached bungalow on a large end site. Only minutes’ walk from Eyre Square, and the city centre, No 3 Loyola Park, College Road, offers superb opportunities for the enterprising purchaser as the property is located on a large site of over 5,000sq ft (496.16sq m) which offers the possibility of development potential subject to planning permission.