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IAM Sold Property Auctions, which runs the Connacht, Leinster, Munster, and Northern Ireland Property Auction, says it has seen stock levels increase gradually over the past month - up 4.5 per cent from last month but still down 29 per cent on same period last year.
The decision by Eirgid to select the underground cable option for the North Connacht 110kV project which will run from Ballina to Ballaghaderreen was welcomed this week.
The cost of repairing the pedestrian footbridge over the River Moy in Ballina - which has been closed since last July due to safety concerns - is going to come it at around €100,000, which initially, at least will probably have to be borne by Mayo County Council - the elected members of the Ballina Municipal District were told this week.
The Main Contract for the Realignment of the N26 at Cloongullane Bridge has been recently awarded to BAM Civil Ltd., by Mayo County Council.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers is staying ahead of the pandemic by keeping its staff and buyers safe throughout its October auction campaign. Having launched on October 1, the 30-plus catalogue of properties has attracted great attention from across the country and indeed abroad. The digital catalogue can be accessed any time from anywhere. With a wide variety of properties available on both the west coast and the east coast, the auction team have been busy over the past weeks organising property viewings that comply with regulations for the health and safety of all involved.
Last month the Western Development Commission launched a new campaign called ‘More to Life’ to showcase the growing number of career and lifestyle opportunities available in the West of Ireland. With more and more people working remotely because of the Covid19 pandemic, the WDC believes now is the time for people to make a permanent and viable move to the West.
Mayo County Council paid tribute to the late Jack Charlton at its July monthly meeting on Monday last.
There is great mourning this week over the death of Jack Charlton. But it is mourning mixed with reminiscences, all of them happy ones, of when Jack was in charge of the Irish soccer team and the wonderful spirit it engendered in the Irish people of all ages.
The Connacht Property Auction will hold its first public auction of 2020 next Thursday, February 20, in The Menlo Park Hotel, Galway. The auction will offer properties from across the province including homes, commercial properties, investment assets, and agricultural holdings. Last year the company's auctions averaged a success rate of more than 90 per cent sold, the highest success rate in Ireland, and the auction team are confident that success will continue throughout 2020. The IAM Sold group, which sells properties all over Ireland, Northern Ireland, and Great Britain, was confirmed as the largest auction provider in Ireland and the UK with more than 3,000 sales last year.