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Galway’s largest urban regeneration scheme awarded prestigious One Planet Living® Sustainability Leader status
Bonham Quay, the new mixed-use development in the heart of Galway City, has been recognised as a leader in One Planet Living® by the international sustainability charity ‘Bioregional’, it was confirmed yesterday (Wednesday).
The oral hearings on the Galway City Ring Road will resume next month, according to Seán Kyne, Fine Gael Senator in Galway.
Construction work is under way on site for a Primary Care Centre (PCC) for Moycullen with the facility to become operational in January 2022.
Galway has been designated as a landing location for international telecommunications cables with increased availability of terrestrial networks across the country enabling this. Farice, which is fully owned by the Icelandic Government and currently owns and operates two submarine cables that connect Iceland to Northern Europe, has been undertaking preparatory work for a new submarine fibre cable from Iceland to Europe via Galway since early 2019.
The planned elective hospital will be built on the Merlin Park campus and will be subject to capital funding in 2021/2022, the regional health forum heard this week.
Investment and not just policing is needed in communities
Colleran Auctioneers have just been favoured with the sale of a stunning sea front apartment. 15 Pointe Boise on the Salthill promenade is an exclusive third floor apartment offering stunning views of Galway Bay, Clare Hills and Galway City skyline.
Cycling Officers need to be quickly appointed to Galway City and County Councils according to the Galway Cycling Campaign, which has written to both councils seeking a timeline for the hiring process.
Hands up all of you who remember the 1980s Save Galway Bay Group and what they were set up to do? If you thought it was the name for the latest pop sensation you are possibly a young Gossoon who would not be much interested in reading any further.
Homeowners and businesses in Clifden are counting the cost this evening (Wednesday) after serious flooding hit the town early today when the Owenglin river overtopped. Schools were closed on the orders of gardai and 17 properties including homes and a hotel were evacuated as waters rose.