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Ballina councillors still frustrated by N26 silence

A number of Ballina based councillors expressed their anger that the stalled N26 project has been left in limbo. Fine Gael councillor Seamus Weir told a meeting of the Ballina Electoral Area committee of his frustration at the silence on the issue since it was refused planning permission by An Bord Pleanála. He asked the council executive if there was an update on the project. “We had a meeting two months ago and we spoke at length about it,” he said. “I have heard nothing since about it, we adopted this plan in 2002 and since then we have had landowners having their lands frozen and now they still don’t know what is going to happen. It’s just not fair on them. Is this project dead in the water or what? The reality of this is that we do need this road, the people need the road. I’d favour downgrading the road from a dual carriageway if it made it easier for it to go ahead.”

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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.

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