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Rents may be increasing sharply in Dublin but that is not the situation in the Mayo private rental market.
The average monthly rent in the private rented sector in Westmeath was €543 in the first quarter of the year, while the average in Athlone town was €571.
The average rent for all dwellings let in County Westmeath in Q4 2014, and which were registered with the Private Residential Tenancies Board (PRTB), was €537. That was down €2 when compared to the prevailing average rent in Q4 2013, when the amount was €539.
The IASE, a national organisation headquartered in Belmullet which promotes equal employment opportunities for people with disabilities and other disadvantaged groups, is celebrating 20 years of leading the way when it comes to developing more inclusive workplaces.
Some 17,710 people in Mayo have a disability, according to the latest figures released by the Central Statistics Office (CSO).
People with disabilities in Galway face challenges and barriers to finding, securing, and retaining jobs, according to the Irish Association of Supported Employment which is calling on more to be done in the working world to ensure the promotion of more inclusive employment practices.
A new nationwide rent index of all private accommodation in Ireland has been launched this week with the help of Galway company Vulcan Solutions.
The Private Residential Tenancy Board (PRTB) has published the most accurate and authoritative rent report of its kind on the private accommodation sector in Ireland. Compiled by the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI), and based on the PRTB’s own register of more than 277,000 private tenancies throughout the State, it reveals the actual rents being paid for rented properties, as distinct from the asking rent which features in other rent reports published by other parties.
A contingent of Mayo people were pitch side in Croke Park a little earlier than usual this year— with ministerial approval.
With the percentage of jobless households hitting 22 per cent, equating to approximately 9,500 in Mayo, experts at www.visafirst.com say that recent changes to the Canadian Working Holiday Visa programme (WHV) coupled with the fast approaching date for the opening of next year’s quotas has led to an unprecedented demand in the number of Irish applicants looking for Canadian visas. A new report from the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) has revealed that the proportion of households without a working adult in Ireland is the highest out of 31 European countries and more than double that of the Eurozone average, and this will contribute to increasing numbers emigrating to Canada next year according to migration experts.