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Public consultations will be held within the next six weeks on a proposed €10 million flood defence scheme for The Claddagh and Galway city centre.
Irish Water working in partnership with the Galway City Council has commenced remedial works at the Long Walk which will improve water quality in the area, provide environmental benefits, and reduce the presence of wet wipes along the River Corrib.
The Galway City Council will discuss with relevant stakeholders the possibility of organising meetings to combat the loss of life on the River Corrib.
Claddagh Lodge comprises a turnkey three bedroom architect designed urban home with adjacent one bedroom townhouse, designed for integration with the main house to form a larger family home if desired. The property was redeveloped in 2005 and has been completely refurbished this year. Presented in pristine condition, its elegant design takes advantage of south and west facing aspects, creating a stylish, tranquil, internal space. The property occupies a corner site on the junction of Claddagh Avenue with St Nicholas' Road 70 metres from Claddagh Quay in the city centre.
Centrally located, this adorable four bedroom townhouse is situated in the heart of Galway city in the popular Woodquay area, within walking distance to UHG, NUIG and the vibrant city centre with amenities including bars, restaurants, shops, and schools on the doorstep.
An “exciting future” leading to the “transformation” of the city centre awaits Galway, but only if the €63 million in funding under the Urban Regeneration and Development Fund is “delivered in a timely manner.”
Oranmore train station, Corrib pedestrian bridge, Eyre Square, Woodquay, Nuns’ Island among projects to receive €62million funding
More than €62 million has been secured for a significant number of transformational infrastructure projects in Galway under the Government’s Urban Regeneration Development Fund (URDF).
Mullery auctioneers presents to the market No 76 Tudor Lawn, Newcastle. This superb O’Malley built scheme was completed c1989 and has matured into a coveted development, with large landscaped green areas throughout, incorporating grass, trees, and shrubs and is without doubt much sought after by families.
The long, and often controversial, saga of a bypass for Galway may be brought to a close when An Bord Pleanála decides the fate of the Galway City Ring Road in April.
It has been a strange year for the children and young people of Galway. They have been through lockdowns, have missed hanging out with their friends and watched on as their world was turned upside down. However, one positive development has been the huge increase in the number of young people discovering their local green and blue spaces in Galway City.