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The Galway County Council is to be the lead authority in the €300 million Galway City Outer Bypass scheme with new consultants being appointed to prepare a new application which could be ready for submission to An Bord Pleanála 15 months from now.
The N59 re-alignment and Moycullen bypass has taken a significant step forward as Galway County Council has served compulsory purchase orders on behalf of the National Roads Authority to affected landowners.
Following a successful marketing campaign that generated a lot of interest, DTZ Sherry FitzGerald, under the instruction of Aengus Burns (receiver), Grant Thornton, is inviting interested parties to submit best and final offers for the former Kelehan’s Bar and adjoining 24 acres in Bushypark, to the offices of DTZ by noon tomorrow (Friday).
Minister of State for Tourism and Sport Michael Ring has confirmed that his Department has allocated €329,525 in funding to Mayo County Council for pavement and footpath works in a number of areas in the county.
DTZ Sherry FitzGerald has been appointed to handle the sale of the former Kelehan’s Bar and adjoining 24 acres at Bushypark, under the instruction of Aengus Burns (receiver), Grant Thornton.
All of the nine elected members of Ballina Town Council were seriously critical of all the different route options for linking the N26 out of Foxford to the N5 on to Dublin that are under consideration at present, at the April meeting of the council on Wednesday night. They were so critical that Fine Gael councillor Mark Winters proposed that Ballina Town Council reject all of the route options, which was seconded by independent councillor Gerry Ginty. Paul Hyland, senior executive engineer in the Mayo national roads design office, gave the council a presentation on the various number of routes that are under consideration. The routes will link up with the N5 at any one of a number of potential junctions between Turlough and Bohola.
Galway county councillors voted unanimously this week to reaffirm the council’s determination to ensure that the Galway City Outer Bypass is progressed under the IROPI (Imperative Reasons of Overriding Public Interest) process which is believed will result in a positive outcome.
Galway and the west of Ireland is in line for a major employment boost in the construction sector with the announcement that the three and a half year N17/N18 Tuam to Gort motorway road project is to begin construction.
A list of 20 Mayo road and sewerage projects previously announced but not yet completed, have been compiled by The Construction Industry Federation (CIF) which claims they could be advanced if the Government secures an EU stimulus package.