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Crowe announces new €1 million pedestrian bridge for Galway

A new €1million pedestrian bridge is to be built over the Eglinton Canal, running from the Fisheries Field over to the grounds of NUI, Galway.

City auctions set to cause a stir

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Two excellent properties are to be offered for sale by public auction tomorrow in what should give an excellent indication of the property market in the city. The spring-time auctions will see two very different properties go under the hammer in what director James Heaslip promises to be an engaging event.

Is it time to rethink the issue of rates?

When the Volvo Ocean Race departs Boston next week the countdown to the Galway stopover begins in earnest.

Corrib River could power NUIG and UHG electricity needs, says McCormack

The Corrib River, as it flows from the Salmon Weir to the sea, has the potential power to generate enough electricity to power and meet the needs of NUI, Galway and UHG.

Location is king

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Potential buyers, keeping a sharp eye open for the wide range of keenly priced properties on offer under the present challenging conditions, can look forward to a brilliant location and large site size at No 8 Walshe’s Terrace. The latest in a long line of quality properties to be offered to the market by the leading Galway city based agents Property Partners Maxwell & Heaslip is to go under the hammer in the last of the summer auctions in July.

September auctions set to cause a stir

As a market leader when it comes to the auction market in 2009 Galway city based agent Property Partners Maxwell & Heaslip is preparing for its September auctions tomorrow in the Imperial Hotel in Eyre Square. Two more properties are expected to go under the hammer in what is expected to be a busy afternoon for the local agents.

Open House Galway launches architectural festival

The inaugural Open House Galway programme was launched along with details of the city’s first architectural festival. The event, in partnership with the Irish Architecture Foundation, takes place from October 16 to 18. By selecting some of the city’s best examples of quality design, Open House aims to enthuse and engage the public in the built environment. Guided tours will be provided by the architect of each participating building.

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