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Winter Property Management Win Three in a Row

Winters Property has won the Irish property Management Company of the year for the 3rd year running at the Irish Facility Management Awards.   On the night WPM’s student accommodation team also won the Specialist Service provider award. So in addition to being Irelands largest operators of Purpose Built  Student Accommodation the quality of services provided and staff expertise...
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Buns ‘N’ Bikes Charity Fundraiser

Winters Property Management DAC, Liosban Business Park, Galway came up with a great idea for their Charity Fundraising Event 2017, called Buns ‘N’ Bikes. This was held on Friday 29th September 2017 outside their office in Liosban Business Park under a gazebo where all employees of Winters took part in a static bike ride of 100kms. ‘From Galway to Croagh Patricks Peak’.  All employees were ...
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Winters Property Management take on Grant Thornton Corporate Team Challenge

The Grant Thornton Corporate Team Challenge took place last Thursday the 12th of April in Galway. Winters Property Management was extremely proud to enter their team that consisted off, Martin Gill, Fiona Curley, Padraic Gavin & Georgina Browne.  The team did extremely well and said it was a brilliant event. It was great to see so many Galway companies out running and having fun.&nb...
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Buns ‘N’ Bikes Charity Event

Buns 'N' Bikes. Winters PM Charity Event 2017
  Throughout 2017, the Winters PM team were busy fundraising for two local charities: Galway Hospice and COPE Galway. The Donation The total amount raised was €5,750. This will be split evenly between the two charities.  Fiona Curley said: It was a huge team effort and great fun and a great result for two very worthy charities. Galway Hospice Galway Hospice which is sit...
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A status red weather warning has been announced for Ireland

Status Red warning ireland
A status red weather warning has been announced for Ireland. We would encourage all owners & tenants to exercise caution during the upcoming advised cold weather. Should any premises be left empty or unoccupied during this period, consideration should be made to set heating controls to automatically come on or left in frost protection mode. We would also advise a neighbour or authorised ...
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