Fine Gael TD for Galway West & Mayo South

Monthly Archives: January 2016

Inis Mor Ferry Service – Update

Bhí cruinniú le deanaí idir an Roinn Ealaíon, Oidhreachta agus Gaeltachta agus an comhlacht Island Ferries a chuireann seirbhís farantóireachta ar fáil d’Inis Mór. Tá mé thar a bheith sásta go bhfuil réiteach anois ar an ceist tábhachtach seo. Caithfidh muid oibriú le chéile chun seirbhís PSO a chur i bhfeidhm ar bhonn seasmhach. Bhí… Continue Reading

€20.8 million for Galway’s Regional and Local Roads in 2016 brings to over €160 million total investment over last five years

The Government has allocated €20.8 million for Galway’s Regional and Local Roads in 2016 bringing to €160 million the amount invested in Galway’s local and regional roads by the Fine Gael-led Government over the past five years. This further investment in Galway’s roads is very welcome. With an improving economy there are more people at… Continue Reading

€8m pier development works will improve access and safety on Inis Oirr

Further details were provided this week of the planned €8 million pier development works at Inis Oirr, will improve access to, and increase safety on, the island. In September, the Government allocated €8 million for development of the pier on Inis Oirr, under the Capital Investment Plan 2016- 2021. The Minister for Environment, Community and… Continue Reading

Funding for Five Galway Organisations under Small Capital Grants Scheme 

Several arts organisations in Galway are being allocated funding under the Department of Arts’ Small Capital Grants Scheme which supports arts groups and venues across the country. Funding of approximately €27,500 will be distributed among five organisations in Galway for a variety of uses which will enable the organisations to continue delivering creative and innovative… Continue Reading

Ensuring Supply of Office & Manufacturing Facilities in Galway for IDA Clients

Seán Kyne TD asked the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation the steps he and State agencies within his Department’s remit are taking to ensure a supply of office and manufacturing facilities generally but also in County Galway where a constraint on suitable accommodation has delayed the establishment of new companies or divisions of existing… Continue Reading