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Crowe calling for exception to moratorium as council housing staff at ‘crisis level’

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The current number of housing staff in the Galway City Council is at “crisis level which is having a serious domino effect on the lives of thousands of people across Galway city”.

Lackagh closer to getting new school building

Efforts to acquire a new school building for Lackagh National School has taken a potential step closer to becoming a reality this week.

City council left with €26 million loan repayments

A Government-led initiative encouraging local autorities to buy land to build social housing and create construction jobs collapsed along with the economy, leaving the Galway City Council with banks of land and loans of more than €26 million.

More than €1 million provided for major new women’s refuge

Funding of more than €1 million has been secured for a new women’s refuge in Forster Street on the site of a former Magdalene Laundry.

Council must ‘take action’ on unfinished Claregalway estate says Shevlin

The Galway County Council must “take action” on Cúirt na hAbhainn estate in Claregalway, where half of the houses are unfinished and many remain unsold.

One hundred and thirty local authority mortgages in arrears in Galway

One hundred and thirty local authority mortgages are in arrears in Galway city, but a new €20 million fund could provide a way of allowing stretched families to stay in their homes.

City to benefit from housing adaptation grants increase says Cameron

Ten per cent more elderly and disabled householders in Galway city will be able to access grant aid to adapt their house this year compared to 2013.

City to benefit from housing adaptation grants increase says Cameron

Ten per cent more elderly and disabled householders in Galway city will be able to access grant aid to adapt their house this year compared to 2013.

Nolan calls on councils to oversee rental market

Galway’s two local authorities and the Government “must do more to effectively oversee the private rental market”, that is according to Labour TD for Galway West, Derek Nolan, who is supporting Housing Minister Jan O’Sullivan’s plans to introduce a tenant deposit protection scheme.

Galway must get ‘fair share’ of social housing allocation says Nolan

Galway must get its “fair share” of the €30 million allocated for social housing in Budget 2014 Galway West Labour Party TD Derek Nolan has demanded.

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