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Rents in Galway are “out of control and are continuing to rise at a high rate”, and this requires both the freezing of rents and enacting measures to “put money back into the pockets of workers and families”.
Athenry is to get a new fire station, with the facility expected to be located on the outskirts of the town, while the local Gaelscoil Riada has been approved for new facilities.
A long-promised affordable housing scheme, which is expected to help low-to middle-income earners secure a home, is to be brought before the next meeting of the Galway City Council on Monday May 13.
Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government, Eoghan Murphy will be among the speakers at a major conference on urban development organised by Galway Chamber in the inaugural City Regions Ireland event, scheduled to take place at NUI Galway on Thursday next, March 28.
Standing in the middle of the betting ring in the race track in Ballybrit on a balmy summer's evening, admiring the show put on by the bookmakers, is a sight to behold.
Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy must immediately approve funding requests from the Galway City Council to develop affordable housing on local authority lands at Bóthar an Chóiste, Castlegar.
Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy has been challenged to explain discrepancies between housing and homelessness figures issed by his Department and those issued by COPE Galway.
Moves to restrict the use of houses and apartments for AirBnB purposes is a "step in the right direction", but the housing crisis will only be solved with "building more social and affordable housing".
Fianna Fáil and Independent TDs must decide if they are "on the side of Fine Gael and private developers", or on the side of the homeless, tenants, and "those struggling to find an affordable home".
Galway mayor, Labour city councillor, and the party's Galway West General Election candidate, Níall McNelis, grabbed national headlines early this week, intervening to prevent an assault in the city centre. Yet Galwegians will not have been surprised by his instinct to 'step up' when witnessing someone in need.