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Galway’s Property Prices Come To A Standstill

Galway property prices in the first quarter of 2019, have seen very little in terms of growth. This is despite more than 6 percent growth year on year. According to an average house price survey by the Real Estate Alliance, all major cities outside of Dublin including Cork, Galway, Limerick and Waterford saw little to no price movement in the opening quarter of 2019. Why is this?  Th...
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€120 million Office Campus Approved By Galway County Council

The ‘Eastgate’ project will be carried out by McDonogh Capital Investments on 10 acres of land in Ballybane east of the city. The Eastgate Development Plan The Eastgate Project will be carried out in three phases, and will ultimately include office blocks up to eight storeys high, plazas, and a 193-bed hotel. The buildings have been designed to achieve LEED (Leadership in Energy and Envi...
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Winters Wellness Day

National Workplace Wellness day took place on Friday the 12th of April and the Winters team had a full day of activities planned.  First things first, we wanted to start the day off right with a good and healthy breakfast. It is the most important meal of the day after all. We got loads of yummy fruit, herbal teas, granolas and porridge. Plus some beautiful tulips to brighten our offices.&...
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Peter Casey Making a Case for Rural-Urban Divide

The 2019 European Parliament election will be held in Ireland on 24th May 2019, on the same day as local elections. While two of the MEPs elected will not take their seats until Brexit is legally finalised, thirteen MEPs will be elected altogether. Peter Casey's Sights on Europe One person hoping to claim a seat in Brussels is Dragon’s Den businessman Peter Casey. After his controversial...
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Crown Square Development Worth €200 million Creates 250 Construction Jobs

At the junction of Monivea Road and Joyce’s Road in Mervue, east of Galway city, lies the unused 12.6 acre Crown Square site. It was abandoned in September 2008 following the economic crash, and it fell under receivership with NAMA in 2012 until Padraic Rhatigan of JJ Rhatigan recently signed a deal to take over the site once more. The Development Plan The developer has plans to build five th...
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