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20 social houses approved for Polranny - Calleary

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Mayo Fianna Fàil TD Dara Calleary has announced that 20 new Social Houses are to be constructed at Polranny, Achill Sound.

Conradh na Gaeilge condemns ‘State attack on language rights’

Conradh na Gaeilge is calling on the Taoiseach and the Minister for Housing to withdraw an appeal made by the Department of Housing to a High Court ruling which said earlier this year that citizens seeking certain planning documents in Irish should be able to do so.

Peter McVerry Trust plans to deliver social housing units in Midlands

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Peter McVerry Trust, the national housing and homeless charity, has launched a new five-year strategic plan which will see the charity deliver new social housing units in the Midlands regiond before the end of 2025.

Westside Modular Family Hub nominated for community housing award

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The Westside Modular Family Hub - the first of its kind in Ireland - has been shortlisted for the Irish Council of Social Housing Allianz Community Housing Awards 2021.

COPE Galway concerned about an increase in homelessness this winter

COPE Galway fear that the west will experience a growth in homelessness this coming winter.

Local Minister of State claims rural one-off housing will not end next year

Local Fine Gael Minister for Planning and Local Government, Deputy Peter Burke, met the President and Officers of Marca na Feirme in recent times to discuss the issue of one-off housing and rural planning.

Councillors back Mayor's motion for no increases in 'unfair' Local Property Tax

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Galway city councillors this week supported a motion by the Mayor of Galway, Cllr Colette Connolly, not to increase Local Property Tax.

In search of barn owls in Mayo

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BirdWatch Ireland are undertaking a survey of Barn Owls in Mayo this summer and they are requesting the assistance of the public and landowners to report information on Barn Owls to help direct the survey efforts.

SEAI launches enhanced Building Energy Rating

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The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) this week launched an enhanced Building Energy Rating (BER) which will make it easier for homeowners to have a warmer, more comfortable home with lower energy bills.

Field survey of Westmeath’s vast wetlands continues to progress

Westmeath is known for its lakes, which are one of several types of wetland in the county.


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