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Company behind Christmas Market Galway says Eyre Square decision was made too soon 

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The company which organises and takes the financial risk for Galway’s annual Christmas market has issued a statement in response to last evening’s declaration by the City Council that the event will not proceed this year, saying that the decision to cancel events in Eyre Square should not have been made at this stage.

Company behind Christmas Market Galway says Eyre Square decision was made too soon 

The company which organises and takes the financial risk for Galway’s annual Christmas market has issued a statement in response to last evening’s declaration by the City Council that the event will not proceed this year, saying that the decision to cancel events in Eyre Square should not have been made at this stage.

Power Property; knowledge through experience

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Power Property Chartered Surveyors and Property Consultants is one of the largest independent providers of commercial property consultancy and valuation services outside of the greater Dublin area. Power Property, incorporated in 1993, has established a significant commercial property consultancy and valuation business working throughout all the regions of Ireland. All our Property Surveyors are fully qualified to provide professional services to the public and are members of recognised bodies such as the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.

Affordable accommodation at a critically low level in Galway

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Galway Simon Community says the availability of affordable rented accommodation is at a critical level in Galway. According to the latest study released by the Simon Communities of Ireland, the gap between the Housing Assistance Payments and market rent prices has continued to increase. This latest Simon Communities study further demonstrates that the private rental sector is not suitable for the delivery of social and affordable housing.

Our disused buildings can change our communities

One of the most important but underrated festivals that populates our calendar here in the west is Architecture at the Edge. When it first came about, one friend said to me “oh good, another chance to see into people’s houses, to see how the other half lives, to see how the other half builds.”

NUI Galway to develop plan for Nun’s Island area with Galway City Council

NUI Galway has announced the appointment of master planning consultants to assist in the preparation of a plan which will result in a strategy for a structured approach to regeneration of the lands at Nun’s Island in Galway City.

Westport and Knock among seven town centres to get free public wi-fi

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Westport and Knock are to become free public wi-fi zones thanks to a unique initiative which will give locals and tourists in seven tourism centres across Ireland unlimited access to broadband speeds of up to 100mps.

Bonham Quay development gets green light from city council

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The availability of high end office space which is key to attracting modern high-tech industries to the heart of Galway was enhanced this week with the granting of planning permission for the Bonham Quay development at Galway Harbour.

Planners give green light to Bonham Quay docks office development

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Galway City Council have this evening granted planning permission for a new two acre development which will deliver in excess of 26,000 sq. m of Grade A Office Space to Galway City Centre.

Ó Tuathail asks Galwegians to register vacant homes in their communities

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There are more than 3,000 empty homes in Galway City, or about 10% of total, according to CSO Statistics. But according to Social Democrats Galway representative Niall Ó Tuathail, government doesn’t know where most of these homes are, and so are struggling to take measures to get them occupied.

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