Galway Bay fm newsroom – Four Galway lots have sold for over 400 thousand euro at the latest Allsop Space Auction in Dublin.
Among the Galway properties to be auctioned was a detatched three-bed bungalow on Lake Road in Loughrea which sold for 165 thousand euro – 50 thousand more than the reserve price.
Other Galway properties sold at the Allsop auction included a five-bed semi-detached house on Moore Street in Loughrea which fetched 135 thousand euro – 35 thousand more than the reserve price.
A 2-bed apartment in Upper Salthill sold for 100 thousand euro – 50 thousand more than the reserve.
A lot at the Shambles on Vicar Street in Tuam which consists of seven 4-bedroom town houses, four 2-bed apartments and four ground floor retail units sold after the auction for an undisclosed amount.
The lot had a reserve price of 200 thousand euro.
Two Galway lots failed to sell at last evening’s Allsop auction.
A 2000 square foot industrial unit in Ballybane Industrial Estate failed to sell – its reserve was 100 to 120 thousand euro.
A three-storey six-bed house on Father Griffin Road in the city had a reserve of 230 thousand euro- it also remains unsold.
One lot consisting 2 units at Briarhill Business Park in Ballybrit was withdrawn prior to the auction.
1154 New Cases Of Covid 19 Confirmed
Water Treatment Plants Across Galway To Be Audited As Part of Nationwide Inspection
From the Galway Bay FM Newsroom: Every water treatment plant in Galway and across the country is to be audited after unsafe drinking water entered the supply in the South East last month.
52 people became ill after drinking contaminated water that came from a plant in Gorey, Co Wexford, while a plant in Ballymore Eustace, which services part of Dublin, produced unsafe water for 10 hours one day last month.
An Forum Uisce says Irish Water’s delays in informing the EPA and HSE are unacceptable and clearly put the public at risk.
The Minister with responsibility for Irish Water Daragh O’Brien says the audits will start today.
More Community Care Leads to Decrease In Waiting Times For Galway Heart Patients
From the Galway Bay FM Newsroom: Increased community-based care has led to shorter waiting times for cardiac appointments in Galway.
The Saolta Hospital Group says waiting lists for appointments have reduced from 6 months to 6 weeks.
In the past 7 months, more than 1-thousand people have undergone diagnostic tests through community-based services Galway University Hospitals are running with Primary Care Centres in Tuam, Gort, Claremorris and Galway City.
The new care model is also reported to be reducing pressure on hospital services such as in Outpatient and Emergency Departments.