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Cost of one-off homes 'significantly less' than cost of purchasing land on open market, says Ó Cuív

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The cost of building one-off council houses on family owned land is "significantly less" than the cost of purchasing land on the open market and building scheme houses, and is something the Galway County Council needs to start considering.

Jobs at risk over procurement directive says councillor

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A new directive from the Office of Government Procurement which has seen Mayo County Council no longer able to purchase tools and small items from local suppliers is going to cost jobs, one councillor said this week. Speaking at the December meeting of the local authority, Independent councillor Michael Kilcoyne raised the issue after an unsigned note was given to members of the outdoor staff of the council outlining this new procedure.

Guide to help SMEs comply with competition law

The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (the Commission), this week published a guide targeted at small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to help them comply with competition law when tendering as part of a consortium.

Great results at Colleran’s auction

It was a real case of quality, not quantity, at Colleran auctioneers’ packed auction last week when five properties in the sought after areas of Shantalla, Claddagh, Newcastle, and Salthill were offered for sale.

Legal procedures in purchasing a house

Generally a person finds a property to purchase through an auctioneer. He/she then instruct a solicitor to act on his/her behalf and to attend to the various legal requirements pertaining to purchasing a property. The solicitor will begin by explaining the procedures involved, and at the outset the solicitor will send the client a letter detailing the legal costs and outlays associated with the transfer together with anti-money laundering legislation.

Gardai warn against purchase of stolen goods

Gardai in Athlone are warning members of the public to stay away from buying electrical goods from non-legitimate sources, following break-ins to several business premises last weekend.

 

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