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70 new homes in the pipeline for Moycullen

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – More than 70 homes are in the pipeline for Moycullen.
A planning application for 11 new houses at Killarainy has been approved by the county council while a separate application for more than 60 homes in the same townland is being assessed.
Almada Limited has been granted planning permission by the county council for 11 houses at Killarainy.
The development is subject to 12 planning conditions.
One condition stipulates that before work begins, Almada Limited must commission an independent road safety audit that reviews in particular the shared space / home zone street design aspect.
Meanwhile, Coillte has applied to the county council for permission for 61 residential units at Killarainy.
The development would also include shared open space and parking and the application includes a Natura Impact Statement.
A decision is expected from the county council on the second Moycullen application next month.

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14,962 additional cases of Covid-19 reported in Ireland

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Galway Bay FM Newsroom – The Department of Health have confirmed an additional 14,962 cases of Covid-19 in Ireland.

10,753 new cases were detected by PCR tests and 4,209 positive antigen tests were logged online.

It’s a significant drop on the highest recorded daily figure of over 26,000, which was reported on January 8th.

The number of people with Covid-19 in hospital has risen slightly to 965, an increase of 25 while there are 88 patients with the virus in ICU.

The five day moving average now stands at 18,360 – down from 19,226 yesterday. 

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LISTEN: Forum Connemara launches Want to Work Programme tomorrow afternoon

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Galway Bay FM Newsroom – The launch of Forum Connemara’s Want to Work programme will take place virtually tomorrow afternoon at 3.30pm.

The ‘Want to Work’ programme works towards building an inclusive workforce by supporting people with Disabilities or Mental Health Conditions and will provide core employment skills training such as Manual Handling, Health and Safety in the Workplace, Covid Induction training and a bespoke ‘World of Work’ employment skills training programme.

It will also offer industry tailored training.

The project works with participants who are 18+, who have a disability or a mental health condition and is funded through the measure to ‘Support the Employment of People with Disabilities’ under the Dormant Accounts Fund Action Plan for 2021 by the Department of Social Protection.

Adam Delapp is the project officer for Forum Connemara, he explained to Ciara Mannion that there are two key strands to the programme:

Adam can be contacted by email if you would like to attend the launch.

His email address is A.Delapp@forumconnemara.ie

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LISTEN: County Councillors conclude review of draft County Development Plan

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Galway Bay FM Newsroom – Galway’s 39 County Councillors and officials have concluded their review of the draft County Development Plan for the next six years.

The blueprint covering the period from 2022 to 2028 spans over 1300 pages with 2,877 submissions received.

The deadline was midnight Thursday as part of the two year statutory process with the amended plan going out on public display again late February.

County Cathaoirleach Peter Keaveney told Galway Bay FM News this afternoon that this plan is an extremely important document:

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