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Cllr Frankie Keena has warmly welcomed the news that the IDA has recently purchased c22.74 hectares (56.2 acres) of undeveloped lands in Athlone for future industry. The acquisition forms part of the organisation’s objective to fund the development of property and infrastructure in the region which supports the requirements of mobile Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), Cllr Keena stated.
A request that the IDA purchase a land bank in the Moate electoral area to enahnce balanced regional development has been mooted by local Fine Gael Councillor, Tom Farrell.
Eirtrade Aviation Limited, the global technical assets services and trading company, recently took delivery of an Airbus A380 aircraft at its facility at Ireland West Airport. This is the largest passenger aircraft to ever land at the airport.
Ireland West Airport welcomes the world's biggest passenger aircraft as the Airbus A380 arrives in the West of Ireland
Eirtrade Aviation Limited, the global technical assets services and trading company has taken delivery of an Airbus A380 aircraft at its facility at Ireland West Airport today, Thursday February 20, 2020. This is the largest passenger aircraft to ever land at Ireland West Airport.
The Industrial Development Authority (IDA) has told Galway city west councillor Donal Lyons that it is fully committed to bringing new industry to the Knocknacarra and Rahoon areas of the city.
The foundations for having the former Asahi site in Killala designated as a Strategic Development Zone (SDZ) were laid at a meeting of Mayo County Council on Monday last.
NUI Galway has announced the appointment of master planning consultants to assist in the preparation of a plan which will result in a strategy for a structured approach to regeneration of the lands at Nun’s Island in Galway City.
ESB and Bord na Móna have announced that financial closure has been reached on the €160m Oweninny project in north Mayo.
There is an “urgent need to have more industry developed” on industrial zoned land in Knocknacarra, a move that, if realised, would daily reduce traffic volumes in the area and increase local employment.
With some 5,000 households - an estimated total of 15,000 people - on the housing waiting list in Galway, an 11 acre site at Sandy Road should be used to provide residential development and council housing.