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Measures needed to prevent future illegal dumping in Ballybane

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Works are being carried out by the Galway City Council at the field adjoining the Fana Glas and Leas na Coille estates in Ballybane.

Pent-up supply will impact property prices for remainder of year

Commenting on the CSO Residential Property Price Index for February, Brokers Ireland has stated that a further rise in property prices, this time a jump from 2.6 percent to three percent between January and February, reflects the strong demand amid decreasing supply – the latter down eight percent month-on-month in February.

Sole viewing of properties online impacting supply and prices

Commenting on the most recent CSO Residential Property Price Index for February IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers, said the imbalance of demand over supply that auctioneers are currently seeing in the market is evident in the price increases in today’s index.

Right time to sell as strong demand from buyers continues

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Property auction specialist IAM Sold, which runs the Connacht, Munster, Leinster, and Northern Ireland Property Auctions, is advising property owners looking to sell their properties in the coming months to contact the company to arrange for a free valuation.

Independent Councillor expresses his frustration with unsightly dumping scene

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Local Independent Councillor, Jamie Moran, has expressed his anger and frustration with the large volume of waste materials which was illegally dumped on the road behind the ESB at Garrycastle in recent times.

Persistent household waste dumping a cause for Council concern

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The prevalence of persistence local authority household waste dumping is one of vast concern and cost to Westmeath County Council, Town Mayor, Cllr Aengus O'Rourke, stated to the Athlone Advertiser this week.

Immediate outlook for rural property prices very positive

Given a shortage of housing, strong demand and behavioural changes arising from the Covid-19 pandemic, house prices could rise by between five and ten percent by the end of 2021, provided there is no setback to the economy, according to IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers.

Irish Heart Foundation welcome decision to increase cigarette pricing

The Irish Heart Foundation has welcomed the 50c budget increase in the price of a packet of cigarettes but warned more must be done to put tobacco and e-cigarettes out of the purchasing reach of young people.

O’Donnellan & Joyce reports astonishing demand for auction property ahead of upcoming property sale

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The auction team at O’Donnellan & Joyce report huge volumes of inquiries and interest for viewings on their upcoming auction catalogue. The widely varied listings include several very attractive properties ideally positioned throughout Galway city and county and notably throughout the beautiful and popular Connemara area.

Students must not be made pay full fees for online learning, says McNelis

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Students "cannot be expected to pay" full fees when many higher education institutes are moving to online only learning due to the impact of the coronavirus.

 

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