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A planning application has today been lodged for the eight-acre infill development site adjacent to Ceannt Train Station in Galway city centre that will see the creation of eleven new streets and four new civic spaces in a development that will create a new neighbourhood in the heart of the city.
The Galway City Council has published a final report on the city’s European Green Leaf designation by the European Commission, encompassing a wealth of activities which took place in the city throughout 2017 and 2018.
The maintenance of city council housing stock is of great concern to tenants of ‘the biggest landlord’ in the city, according to Green Party councillor Martina O’Connor.
A planning application has today been lodged for the eight-acre infill development site adjacent to Ceannt Train Station in Galway city centre that will see the creation of 11 new streets and four new civic spaces. The development company is a joint venture between Galway-based Edward Capital and London-based Summix Capital. The neighbourhood, deriving its name from an historic name for the area is to be known as Augustine Hill, and will deliver 376 homes in an exciting mixed-use expansion of the city centre.
Augustine Hill is aiming for One Planet Living endorsement, with a One Planet Action Plan designed by Bioregional to ensure that the development meets key sustainability commitments.
The objections of almost 300 groups and individuals to the proposed €600 million ring road around Galway city will be heard from Tuesday morning when an oral hearing into the project will open at the g Hotel.
The Galway City Council has rejected the request from Galway 2020 for an additional €2.5 million in public funding for the European Capital of Culture programme.
Salthill needs more parking facilities to accommodate visitors and help the village grow and thrive, according to Councillor Clodagh Higgins.
A good day for Hildegarde Naughton. A bad day for her party. The Galway West TD admits that Election 2020 has been a "bittersweet" one, with her returning to the Dáil, and her party colleague, Sean Kyne, losing his seat.
Community and Environmental campaigners are asking the people of Galway to take part in a litter pick on General Election Day (Sat Feb 8) to help protect the city’s precious land and aquatic mammals, birds and insects that live in its woodlands, rivers and in the seawaters of Galway Bay. It will start at 12pm from the entrance to Terryland Forest Park adjacent to Currys on the Headford Road.