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Unique architect designed property on Chestnut Lane

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DNG Maxwell Heaslip and Leonard has recently been favoured with the executor sale of one of the most impressive detached properties to come to the Galway market in recent years. Located on Chestnut Lane, one of the city’s’ most desirable addresses, this magnificent property is being offered for sale by private treaty and is sure to catch the attention of all those who have even the slightest interest in modern Irish architecture and design. Built in 1974, this single storey residence was designed by renowned architects Scott Tallon Walker, which has a reputation for modernism, and is responsible for a multitude of important civic and private buildings throughout Ireland.

Legislation being prepared to hasten property sales within the residential market

Legislation currently being drafted would eliminate many of the impediments that cause private house sales to fall through, it has emerged.

A very special home in Salthill

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Location, location, location are the three things you are always advised to look for when acquiring a property, and there is probably none more sought after and desirable than Rockbarton Road, Salthill, Galway.

Mayo PPN community groups commended in showcasing Climate Action and Biodiversity

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Environmental community groups across the county were recently featured in a new online video series, which attracted thousands of viewers from across the world.

The handing over of Galway Gaol

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Galway City and County gaols were built at the beginning of the 19th century on a large site which took up most of Nuns Island. Construction was conditional on a right of way, the road all around the walls, also being built. James Hardiman, the historian, described it as follows: “The Prison …. Is built in the form of a crescent …. The interior of which is divided into eight wards ….. separated by walls which form so many radii of a circle, and, terminating in the rear of the governor’s house, bringing the whole range within many of his windows, by which means he can, at a single glance, survey the entire.”

Rural broadband works formally commence within local vicinity

National Broadband Ireland has commenced construction of its fibre optic broadband network in the rural areas surrounding the town of Ballinasloe local Independent Deputy and architect of the National Broadband Plan, Denis Naughten, has confirmed.

Waste water and poor planning threaten city's future development

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In its recent publication, Wastewater Treatment in Galway, An Taisce reminded us that until the wastewater treatment plant on Mutton Island came into operation in 2004, this city had historically allowed 6,000,000 litres of untreated raw sewage a day to flow out into Galway Bay, a Special Area of Conservation.

Impressively designed property in much sought after location

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Advertiser founder to be conferred with honorary degree by NUI Galway

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The founder of the Galway Advertiser; the first female conductor at the Academy Awards; and the west of Ireland man who spearheaded the global Covid-19 response are all among 14 individuals who will be conferred with Honorary Degrees by NUI Galway in 2021.

‘Spectacular spacious family residence’ for sale in Oranmore

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No 1 Bramley, Renville West, Oranmore is described by agents Keane Mahony Smith as an "exquisite home, a style sanctuary, every inch providing for contemporary living, mixed with panache and practicality".


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