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A retired midlands railway station is being transformed into a new tourist hub.
Fine Gael TD for Mayo, Alan Dillon, has welcomed the commitment from Sports and Gaeltacht Minister, Jack Chambers TD, about the expansion of gteic digital hubs in Mayo.
MySherryFitz is a digital hub for making offers, booking viewings and online chat allowing registered users 24 hour access to their property journey and estate agents outside of normal office hours.
Deputy Denis Naughten has welcomed the allocation of more than €400,000 for remote working hubs across Roscommon and Galway in Athlone, Ballyhaunis, Boyle, Ballinasloe, Castleplunkett, Castlerea, Clonberne, Drumboylan, Dangan, Elphin, Glenamaddy, Kiltoom, Monksland and Tulsk.
Dara Calleary TD has welcomed funding of over €337,000 for Mayo from the Department of Rural and Community Development under The Connected Hubs Scheme. There is also an additional €250,000 for the Udaras na Gaeltachta gTeic hubs across Mayo, Galway and Donegal.
Plans to open a flagship digital hub and co-working facility in Athlone have progressed further in recent times with the appointment of consultants to undertake a feasibility study.
Galway city and county will host 10 of the State’s first national network of remote working hubs. There are currently 66 such hubs, with that number set to rise to more than 100 by the end 2021.
Mysherryfitz is a digital hub for making offers, booking viewings and online chat allowing registered users 24 hour access to their property journey and estate agents outside of normal office hours.
Galway is expected to benefit from “significant investment” in the development of remote working hubs later this year as part of the Government’s National Remote Working Strategy.
Thirteen hubs across County Galway have received funding to support their reopening in compliance with public health guidelines as the economy recovers from the impact of Covid-19.