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The scale of the massive game-changing development Augustine Hill, to be located on lands adjacent to Ceannt Station, has been reduced significantly in a number of ways, in designs submitted in response to requests for further information from planners at Galway City Council.
Mayo County Council launched an initiative at the start of the summer helping hospitality businesses to reopen to the new way of doing business.
No swimming will be permitted at Salthill's iconic Blackrock diving tower for the foreseeable future, while the popular walkway along the golf course, adjacent to Blackrock, will also be closed.
A planning application has today been lodged for the eight-acre infill development site adjacent to Ceannt Train Station in Galway city centre that will see the creation of 11 new streets and four new civic spaces. The development company is a joint venture between Galway-based Edward Capital and London-based Summix Capital. The neighbourhood, deriving its name from an historic name for the area is to be known as Augustine Hill, and will deliver 376 homes in an exciting mixed-use expansion of the city centre.
Cushman & Wakefield Galway brings to the market an excellent opportunity to invest in the thriving Galway student accommodation market with the launch of 99 bed spaces in a dedicated student complex at Centrepoint, Liosban.
O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers had a wonderful day in the auction room for its nationwide property auction on Friday November 8, with more than 50 properties going under the hammer. Properties sold all along the Wild Atlantic Way including Donegal, Sligo, Longford, Mayo, Galway, and Clare and across the nation taking in properties in Westmeath, Kildare, Kilkenny, Wexford, and Dublin. It was the east coast properties that drew in the majority of internet and phone bidders while the room was packed to capacity with those who wanted to purchase the large number of Galway city properties.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers reports growing interest in its next round of auction properties which will go under the hammer tomorrow (Friday). With a very strong turnout at open viewings over the last four weeks and countless contract requests from interested parties in both residential and commercial listings, tomorrow’s auction promises to be an exciting day with more than 50 properties up for sale, and the auction room in the Harbour Hotel is expected to be filled to capacity.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers, Ireland’s largest independent auction house, has launched a large and varied catalogue for its upcoming public auction on Friday November 8, with more than 50 properties to be offered on the day in the Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road, Galway. The auction will kick off with residential and commercial properties for sale at 12 noon and registration to bid in the auction room, is open from 11am. The full catalogue can be viewed online at www.odonnjoyce.com.
Cllr Mike Cubbard is calling on bus operators to stop using the perimeter of Westside Park as a bus park, saying it is preventing people from availing of the facilities due to lack of parking.
Kiltormer GAA complex in East Galway is the place to be this Sunday! What is happening…….well a Monster Charity Auction with all the trimmings! From BBQ, children’s entertainment, face painting, cake sale, Bric-A-Brac and fashion corner it going to be a hive of activity. The auction has been organized to create safe and accessible car parking at the local national school which currently only has six car spaces, forcing parents to park on both sides of a busy main road. The LCDG is leading the project and needs to raise €100,000 to make their dreams a reality. The Monster Auction is the main fundraiser for the project and so the group is calling for strong support locally.