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Council water services set to benefit from major funding

The Galway city and county councils will benefit from from part of a major new fund to assist local authorities throughout the State.

Councillor criticises “go-slow” developer for untrimmed estates

A local councillor has criticised the reluctance of a housing estate developer in Mullingar to attend to a recently issued enforcement order to maintain the green areas in the Ardleigh and Ardilaun estates as agreed.

Kilmacow sewerage scheme

Residents in the Upper Street, Lower Street, Dangan, and Narabane in Kilmacow have been circulated with a newsletter from Kilkenny County Council outlining the progress made to date on the installation of the sewerage scheme.  

€36.6 million investment in water and sewerage schemes

Major water and sewerage schemes in Mayo are set to go to construction in 2010 after Minister of State Dara Calleary announced funding in excess of €36 million for seven projects.

€36.6 million investment in water and sewerage schemes

Major water and sewerage schemes in Mayo are set to go to construction in 2010 after Minister of State Dara Calleary announced funding in excess of €36 million for seven projects.

Castletown Geoghegan housing scheme opened

The official opening of the new housing scheme at Woodside, Castletown Geoghegan was performed this week by chairman of the Kilbeggan Area Committee, Cllr Paul Daly.

€56m drainage scheme designed to cope with flood levels

A €56 million project to overhaul Athlone’s drainage system, to commence early next year, has been designed to cope with the November 2009 flooding levels, and will greatly reduce the frequency of flooding and of storm overflow into the river.

‘Reckless diatribe’ and ‘unfounded myths’ a cowardly attack on rural communities

The remarks by Mr Gerry Sheeran, president of the Irish Planning Institute, about rural housing at a planning awards ceremony are nothing more than “reckless diatribe” and “unfounded myths used as a cowardly attack on rural communities”, according to North West MEP Pat the Cope Gallagher. 

New funding announced for Carlow water treatment

Carlow/Kilkenny deputy Mary White, has welcomed the announcement of €354,000 in special funding for water and sewerage works in Carlow.

Thomastown healthcare centre granted planning permission

An Bord Pleanåla has granted permission for a primary healthcare building in the centre of Thomastown, on a site formerly occupied by Super Valu.

 

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