March 29, 2020
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The Government is to introduce sweeping new closures of certain businesses in a fresh wave of Covid-19 restrictions, the Taoiseach announced this afternoon. These include gyms, hairdressers and restaurants who are not offering takeaway or delivery services. Schools will also remain closed while all non-essential travel will also be restricted and  you will only be […]
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Half of the office space in the €400 million North Quays Development in Ferrybank already has a tenant confirmed to move in when the project is completed. A source for the developers, Falcon Real Estate Development, told Kilkennynow.ie that the project has already attracted a tech company. The source also confirmed they have a buyer for […]
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Planning officers have had to go back to the company behind the proposed €500 million development at Waterford North Quays in Ferrybank requesting further information to clarify some details regarding the plans. Although this has delayed a decision on whether to grant planning permission or not, the council still expects to have a final decision […]
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The North Quays Development in Ferrybank moved one step closer today following the announcement of €12.6m funding for a new bridge across the River Suir linking Waterford’s quays. The announcement of the substantial funding was made by Waterford City and County Council who received the funding under the 2020 round of expenditure as part of […]
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John Paul Phelan says the Government has achieved a lot over the past two Dáil terms, but the outgoing TD and Minister of State concedes there is unfinished business. He lists some the issues he wants brought to conclusion in the Carlow-Kilkenny constituency: *The Technological University of the South East; *Delivering the MRI and the […]
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The Government has put the ball of the North Quays Development project in Ferrybank firmly back in the court of the Saudi Arabian developers after committing over €100 million in state funding to get the project rolling. While campaigning in Waterford yesterday, Tánaiste Simon Coveney said the North Quays Development “needs both funding and policy […]
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The €500m Waterford City North Quays Development in Ferrybank could be in jeopardy if Government funding is not forthcoming by the end of the month. General Election candidate and outgoing Sinn Fein TD for Waterford, David Cullinane is calling for “patience” as this opportunity is too valuable to Waterford and the South East region to […]