5 July 2024

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Additional €400,000 to go towards redevelopment of Portumna Courthouse

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Additional €400,000 to go towards redevelopment of Portumna Courthouse

An additional €400,000 has been allocated torwards the redevelopment of Portumna Courthouse by Minister Heather Humphreys.

The allocation is in reponse to a funding request from Galway County Council in order to cover the increase in construction costs.

An initial sum of €2.5 million was assigned to the project in April 2021 which will result in a new multi purpose arts and preformance space when completed.

Galway East TD Ciaran Cannon has welcomed the development, saying it will ensure the project is fully completed:

 

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