Fine Gael TD for Galway West & Mayo South

Category Archives: Transport & Tourism

€31.69 million investment in Galway’s Regional and Local Roads for 2019

€31.69 million has been allocated for Galway’s regional and local roads for 2019. The investment includes €28.83 million for Galway County Council and €2.86 million for Galway City Council. This investment will help drive improvements to Galway’s road network across the city and county. The allocation will fund maintenance, including re-surfacing and restoration, of local… Continue Reading

Funding for Galway’s Annual Festivals

Funding has been allocated to five annual Galway festivals under the 2019 National, Multi-Annual And Interim Festival Programmes, administered Failte Ireland and supported by the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport. The allocation of €364,500, as confirmed to me by my colleague, by Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Brendan Griffin, will support some… Continue Reading

Extra €405,200 in Sports Capital Funding for Galway

An additional €405,200 has been allocated to sports and community groups in Galway under the Sports Capital Programme. The funding primarily covers applications that have been successful under an appeals process introduced by my colleague, Minister of State for Sport and Tourism, Brendan Griffin TD.  The additional funding will support twelve organisations in communities across… Continue Reading

Government funding of €28 million for Galway’s National Roads in 2019

Further boost for N59 in Government’s €28 million funding for Galway’s national roads in 2019 Almost €28 million has been allocated by Government for Galway’s national roads in 2019. The allocation from Government for roads and transport projects in Galway includes €21.49 million for Galway County Council and €6.43 million for Galway City Council. The… Continue Reading

€6.31 million allocated for Galway City projects under first round of the Urban Regeneration and Development Fund

Funding of €6.31 million has been allocated today for Galway City under the first round of the Urban Regeneration and Development Fund. The fund was established under Project Ireland 2040 and will be allocated between now and 2027 with the first round of projects announced today by An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar and Minister for Housing,… Continue Reading