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While it is "frustrating" to start the New Year in Lockdown, it is necessary and businesses and the public must follow Government guidelines and interpret the restrictions "conservatively for the next month at least".
In its 230th year, Galway Chamber has seen its fair share of emergencies, wars, recessions, all challenging them in their different ways. But perhaps nothing has impacted as much as the current pandemic. But in adversity, there is opportunity, and the Chamber has stepped into the role of minder, mentor, and protector of all the businesses not just in the city, but in the region.
The Galway Continental Christmas Market will not go ahead this year, it has been confirmed by the Galway City Council.
The President and CEO of Galway Chamber both told the oral hearing into the Galway City Ring Road of the negative impact that traffic congestions has on families, on livelihoods, on cancer patients, on students and on cyclists when they made a submission on Tuesday.
Delivering major infrastructure projects, such as the Port of Galway, and extending the waiver on commercial rates to 12 months for businesses impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic are essential if the west of Ireland is to thrive in the future.
Passenger numbers have collapsed by 90 per cent over the summer months at Ireland West Airport Knock (IWAK) and the airport's chairman, Arthur French, has called for urgent action by the Government to address this collapse.
Galway Chamber would like to hear from businesses – from every sector, large and small, rural and urban – to form its priorities and policy options for its Pre-Budget Submission 2021 to government.
Businesses in the region should look out for each other in terms of adhering to guidelines in order to avoid a lockdown in the western region, the CEO of Galway Chamber has said.
Businesses and public in Galway City asked to consider accessibility issues associated with social distancing measures
Galway City Council, Galway Chamber and Galway City Partnership in association with Access for All, have launched a call for both businesses and members of the public to consider the challenges faced by people with disabilities, including those with visual impairment and those with mobility issues, as a result of the new social distancing regime we all now find ourselves having to adapt to.
The new president of Galway Chamber has said that in this challenging era, lodged between the Covid-19 outbreak and the impending Brexit, businesses have to remain positive and focused.