Galway Advertiser 2002/2002_02_14/GA_14022002_E1_074.pdf
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R O U S I N G O U T P U T in C o u n t y Galway during 2001 saw an increase of almost 21 per cent. The Minister for Housing Bobby Molloy described the figures as a substantial increase on 2000. The new house completions in Galway were up 20.7 per cent to 3,903 units in 2001. Output is up 28.7 per cent to 1,436 units in Galway city and up 16.3 percent to 2.467 units in the rest of the country. Housing development in Galway has been assisted through targeted investment in water and sewerage services under the Serviced Land Initiative and investment in housingrelated non-national roads schemes in the city and county. A total of 6 million of exchequer funding has been committed
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land in Galway at the end of June 2001, funding under the Capital Assistance Association Ltd, Hospital Road, Clifden, which has the capacity to deliver 16,700 Scheme 2002. The funding for the comes to 150,459. A total of housing units. On the back of Connemara Sheltered Housing 412,017 has already been approved. further investment under the National Development Plan, this is expected to increase to more than 1,700 hectares of zoned serviced land by 2007, which will be able to deliver 44,000 housing units in Galway. The minister also welcomed further moderation in house price increase in Galway. New house prices for the 12 month period to the end of September 2001 EVERY WEEK the Home Pages selects a choice property from within four different increased by only 3.7 per cent price ranges. Here are this week's selections: which is less than increases in UNDER 130,000 consumer prices generally. Dalgan, Shrule, Co Mayo Molloy has also approved This house includes a living room, family room with solid fuel fireplace, fitted kitchen, dining room, and bathroom with shower. There are two bedrooms on the ground floor and one on the first floor with a study which is also suitable as a bedroom. P r i c e 1 1 4 , 2 7 6 . F o r more i n f o r m a t i o n contact King and Mullin auctioneers, Tuam.
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under the SLI in Galway for 11 water and sewerage schemes costing an estimated 15 million. These schemes will support the development of more than 11,000 sites. This includes houses in the Merlin Park/Doughiska scheme approved at a cost of 7 . 5 2 million, which will
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provide more than 4,600 houses in
the environs of Galway city. Others schemes are the Terryland River Valley Scheme, Athenry, Claregalway, Gort, Kinvarra, Loughrea, and various works in Tuam. Molloy said that the investment already made in water, sewerage, and other services has increased the stock of zoned and serviced land. There was a total of 664 hectares of zoned serviced
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Galway's property picks of the week
ONLY T W O a p a r t m e n t s remain on the market in the Gort Siar development on the W e s t e r n D i s t r i b u t o r Road, so time is of the essence for potential buyers. The development comprises 16 luxury spacious apartments. It is located with frontage onto the Clybaun Road and the Western Distributor Road. There is a large common area and parking facilities .ire incorporated within the development. It is also closely located to the new hotel, and a large number of potential work centres means a considerable workforce seeking rental accommodation will be living in the immediate area. At present, only two apartments remain within the development. One is 730sq ft. has two bedrooms on two levels and is priced at 158.750. The other is a slightly
Only two apartments still available at Gort Siar
Kinculla. Loughrea This four bedroom bungalow set on a one acre site about two miles from Loughrea has four bedrooms, one en suite, kitchen, dining room, sitting room, utility, bathroom, fully fitted kitchen with all integrated appliances. P r i c e 1 4 6 , 0 2 0 . F o r more information contact Richard Larkin auctioneers.
Crescent View, Riverside. There is much interest in this house which contains a sitting room, dining room, kitchen, large conservatory, toilet, five bedrooms, two bedrooms, and a converted attic. Outside this property includes a self contained flat. P r i c e 2 7 9 , 0 0 0 . F o r more i n f o r m a t i o n contact Re/Max Property West.
larger unit, again being located in a townhouse style on two levels. It is 761sq ft and is priced at 165,075. The scheme has been carried out by Inchagoill Contractors. Full d e t a i l s of this d e v e l o p m e n t can be had by contacting Tony Joyce al O'DonneUan and Joyce and a colour brochure is available on request from the Mary Street office.
S p l e n d i d h o u s e for sale in Salthili
A HOUSE in Pollnarooma West, Upper Salthili, is a dormer bungalow style residence on a large landscaped well tended site. The house has five bedrooms, a lounge, dining/family room, kitchen, utility, sunroom, and two bathrooms. There are also double glazed PVC windows to the front, backing onto the golf course, and ofch. The price region of the house is 552,000 and viewing is strictly by appointment. For more information contact Sherry FitiGerald Kavanagh.
2 Foster Park, Salthili This fine property is for sale by private treaty. The house is discretely tucked away in an enclave off Dalysfort Road. There are four bedrooms (two en suites), study, utility, and maple fitted kitchen. It is close to the prom, church, schools, shops, and city centre. Price region 3 3 0 , 0 0 0 . For more information contact Sherry FitzGerald Kavanagh.
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