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Forde demands joined-up thinking on Housing & Planning policy

Newly appointed CEO of Galway City Council, Leonard Cleary, must take a hands on approach to Housing & Planning policy, according to local election candidate Shane Forde.

Council adopts action plan to tackle vacancy rate in County Galway

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The Elected Members of Galway County Council have approved a five-year plan by the Local Authority to tackle vacancy rates and increase new housing supply.

Galway Simon concerned about what lies ahead this winter

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Galway Simon Community has launched its 2022 Annual Impact Report, highlighting the continuing demand on its services during another very challenging year, but remaining very concerned about the state of the housing crisis as we enter another winter.

Contract signed for construction of houses at Ballymoe

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Galway County Council has signed a contract with Finna Construction Ltd. for the construction of eight houses at Durrow & Ballaghymurry, Ballymoe.

Galway Housing Project shortlisted for awards

Claregalway & District Day Care Centre has been shortlisted for the prestigious ICSH Allianz Community Housing Awards.

Housing stock boost for Athlone-Moate Municipal District

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Galway needs 3,000 housing units built each year, Chamber event hears

 

Welcome housing boost as Westmeath County Council unveils new residential units

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A range of supports are available for first-time buyers

The housing market in Ireland has been a challenge for potential homeowners seeking to purchase their first home. There are several factors that impact first time buyers in the housing market in Ireland. One of the major challenges that first time buyers face is the limited housing supply in the market. This has been a challenge for many years and has led to a significant increase in house prices. This makes it tougher for first time buyers to purchase as they may not have enough funds to compete with other buyers. Many construction companies have been limited by funding issues and delays within the planning process for new projects. This leaves fewer new homes available in the market and it also drives up the cost of such homes.

€3.25 million for Galway from Community Recognition Fund

A total of €3,245,208 in funding is being allocated to projects in Galway city and county under the Community Recognition Fund. This is the highest allocation in the country under this major initiative, which is designed to specifically support communities hosting families and citizens from Ukraine and other countries.

 

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