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Commercial vacancy rates in Mayo have increased, from 12.7 per cent in 2013 to 13.4 per cent in 2014, and there are now more than 1,000 vacant commercial premises in the county.
Some 250 new residential and commercial buildings were recorded in Mayo for the first six months of 2013, according to new figures released today by GeoDirectory. The figures represent a year-on-year decrease of 36 per cent compared to the same period in 2012 when 392 new buildings were added to the county. The total number of new residential and commercial buildings recorded across the country in the first six months of 2013 was 4,220. The figures represent a continuing year on year decrease of 25 per cent compared to the first six months of 2012, when 5,620 new buildings were added to the database.
For the second year running Mayo Centra will enter a team in the An Post 8 day Rás; this year the riders are all members from the Western Lakes Cycling Club. The five-man squad consists of a mixture of highly experienced cyclists and late vocations to the sport, which epitomises the focus on rider development at the Ballinrobe-based club. The racing group at the club is going from strength to strength with a record number of racers registered in 2013, making for fierce competition on training spins as well as hard-fought club league races.
The total number of vacant commercial units or premises in Mayo is 976, according to figures released by GeoDirectory. The figures represent an average vacancy rate for commercial units in the county of 12 per cent, and are accurate as of June 2012.
Three hundred and ninety two new residential and commercial buildings were recorded in Mayo for the first six months of 2012, according to new figures released today by GeoDirectory. The figures represent a year-on-year decrease of 22 per cent compared to the same period in 2011 when 502 new buildings were added in the county.
Ireland’s biggest cycling race, the FBD Insurance Rás, will visit Galway next week (Tuesday and Wednesday) on is third and fourth stages.
The Communications Workers Union (CWU) is calling on the Government to help maintain Postbank services, following a meeting with Postbank management yesterday (Thursday) to discuss the future of staff at the company, including 170 workers in its Athlone call centre.
An Post, as part of a national series of lunchtime talks in conjunction with Chambers Ireland is coming to Ballina on Tuesday April 28 at 1pm in Murphy’s Upstairs Restaurant, to update the business community on the expansion of their services and products that are of interest to the business community, particularly those in the professional and service sectors.
One hundred and twelve top cyclists from all over the globe are heading to our shores to contest the third edition of the Tour of Ireland, from August 21 to 23. This year’s race, in association with Fáilte Ireland, takes place over three gruelling days, covering 576km of challenging roads with breathtaking scenery including Thomastown, Inistioge, Mullinavat and Graiguenamanagh.
Mayo’s David O’Loughlin returns home as part of a five-man An Post Sean Kelly team that have high hopes of continuing their recent good form in Europe, back on home soil. O’Loughlin competed in the 4km track pursuit at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and won his and Ireland's first ever UCI Track World Cup medal when taking the 4km Individual Pursuit bronze at the Beijing World Cup meet in January, and followed this with a silver medal at the Copenhagen World Cup meet in Denmark.