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Time waits for no man, and Galway’s newest freeman of the city, John Killeen, is already setting new goals and pushing more boundaries.
The Ceannt Station Quarter will completely change the boundaries of what we now think of as the city centre, and provide a major boost to business, not just in the Ceannt Station area, but throughout the city.
The proposed re-development of Ceannt Station and Galway Harbour and the recent Supreme Court decision on Eyre Square are the main items on the agenda at Monday’s city council meeting.
The countdown has begun in earnest for the Volvo Ocean Race stopover in May, and the organisers are calling on the city to “pull together” to showcase Galway for the long-term benefit of the local economy.
Although nominations have yet to close for June’s Local Elections, attentions are already being focused on the likely results and the potential mayoral pacts that may be created post June.
HARRIET LEANDER will have an exhibition in the Galway City Museum this month featuring photography and paintings.
More than 170 architects, architectural graduates, and students already have registered their interest in submitting their ideas for the redevelopment of the Centre Pier in Galway Harbour.
The RTE 1 Nationwide programme is due to feature Open House Galway, which takes place in association with the Irish Architecture Foundation, on the weekend of October 16-18. The programme, due to be broadcast at 7pm on Wednesday October 14, will preview many of the quality-designed buildings in the Open House programme as well as interviews with architects.
Planning permission to completely redevelop Galway docks into a larger, more modern, port and marina will be lodged in 2010, but the port will be forced to close down unless it expands and modernises to accommodate higher tonnage ships .