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Prime town centre property with planning permission for future development

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Oakdeane, Killyon Hill, Bonavalley, County Westmeath, N37 TC03

Salthill cycleway will be jewel in crown of greenways, says cycling campaigner after council vote

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There was widespread welcome on Monday for the decision by Galway City Council to vote in favour of installing a temporary cycle lane in Salthill.

Calleary calls for traffic calming measures to be implemented

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Fianna Fáil TD, Dara Calleary, has called for traffic calming measures to be implemented on the Quay Road and Quay Village in Ballina.

Department of Transport urges development of Quiet Man Greenway

Fine Gael Deputy Ciaran Cannon has welcomed a submission to the Galway County Development Plan by Minister Eamon Ryan and the Department of Transport, urging Galway Co Council to develop the Quiet Man Greenway connecting Athenry to Milltown.

Urban strategy needed for recovery of cities and towns - Chambers Ireland

Chambers Ireland has published its recommendations to Government ahead of Budget 2022.

Consultant chosen for Quiet Man Greenway feasibility study

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Galway County Council has chosen a consultant to carry out a feasibility study on the development of the Quiet Man Greenway, connecting Athenry, Ballyglunin, Tuam and Milltown.

Athlone’s largest housing development receives planning approval

Construction of the largest residential development in Athlone will commence within six months following formal approval by An Bord Pleanála for a Strategic Housing Development of 576 dwellings at Lissywollen and Kilnafaddoge.

Prime Knocknacarra mixed use residential site comes to market

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With its proven track record as a residential location of choice, the sale of a development site on the Clybaun Road, Knocknacarra, with planning permission for 33 spacious one, two, and three bedroom apartments with sea views, along with retail space and a medical centre between two blocks, is expected to attract strong interest from both local and national developers in the build-to-sell and build-to-rent sectors, in an established suburban area for both owner occupier and investor sales.

Tourism head outlines next steps on Clew Bay Greenway project

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The head of Tourism, Recreation and Amenity for Mayo County Council, Padraig Phiblin, has outlined the council's plans for getting the Clew Bay Greenway project back up and running.

New advocacy group imagines a healthier, more liveable city

In March 2020, a sudden halt to our daily routines encouraged us to explore and reexamine our local areas. Over the last year, our lives have been transformed, yet in many ways we are in the same position as we were one year ago. The public’s mental health and fortitude is waning, many businesses are struggling or have shut their doors, and there is a strong desire to reconnect with family and friends in a safe way. Recent figures showed that in 2021, only 0.1% of Covid-19 cases in Ireland were linked to outdoor transmission, underlining the importance of reconnecting with friends and family outdoors over the coming months.


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