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Atkins Ireland, one of the world's leading providers of professional consulting and construction support services, is working with Galway County Council to procure contracts to design and construct two new wastewater treatment plants in Galway. Construction on the plants in Letterfrack and Clonbur has just started and they are expected to be completed by May 2009.
Over the past year, the National Development Plan continued to deliver significant investment in a range of economic and social projects in Co Westmeath. Despite the global financial crisis and the pressure on Ireland’s public finances, further investment was made in training and employment programmes, business supports, education, healthcare, social housing, and the county’s physical infrastructure during 2008.
A lot of work is to be done to get Westmeath’s rivers and lakes from ‘moderate’ up to ‘good’ status in accordance with new EU regulations, according to a presentation on the Shannon International River Basin District (IRBD) received by councillors this week.
Local TD Denis Naughten has called on the Government to intervene to secure 500 new Elan jobs, following revelations this week that the company plans to eventually sell its Athlone plant.
Looking back, the year 2008 has been a year that most people will want to forget.
Conditional permission has been granted for the construction of a primary and performing arts school in the Kiltoom area, outside Athlone.
The Mayo County Council has been given approval to place a €2.677 million contract for the provision of a new wastewater treatment plant in Kiltimagh. The news was announced to Swinford electoral area councillor Jimmy Maloney by the Environment Minister John Gormley. Response Engineering Ltd has been granted the contract.