15 March 2024

~1 minutes read

Loughrea councillor slams SEAI grant system for its ‘bureaucratic hurdles’

Share story:
Loughrea councillor slams SEAI grant system for its ‘bureaucratic hurdles’

Loughrea Councillor Declan Kelly has slammed the SEAI grant application system, saying there are too many bureaucratic hurdles to overcome.

The Independent Councillor has made a formal complaint to the Oireachtas Committee on Environment about the Sustainable Authority of Ireland.

Councillor Kelly says older constituents are giving up on applying after having their applications returned to them over minor errors.

He adds that if the Government is serious about climate change, the system has to be simplified:

Share story:

Record number of home commencement notices issued in Galway this year

There has been a significant increase in the number of new builds issued in Galway so far this year. The Department of Housing has published its monthly d...

Moycullen Business shortlisted for All-Ireland Marketing Award

A 20-acre adventure park located in Moycullen has been shortlisted in the Small Business Marketing Award as part of the All-Ireland Marketing Awards that ...

ATU announces 60 new PhD tech and innovation scholarships

Atlantic Technological University has launched 60 new PhD tech and innovation scholarships. They’ll be supported through the Research and Innovation...

Traffic delays expected in Tuam due to temporary bypass closure

There will be temporary road closures on the Tuam Bypass over the next week. From tonight (Sunday 21st) until Friday next, emergency resurfacing works wil...