17 June 2024

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New homes receiving planning permission in County Galway down a quarter

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New homes receiving planning permission in County Galway down a quarter

The number of new homes receiving planning permission in County Galway is down a quarter.

The CSO figures account for permission for new houses, one-off houses, multi-development houses and apartments.

From January to March of this year, 231 new units were granted permission – while that stood at over 300 for the same period last year.

The city outlook remains consistent – 19 new homes have been granted permission in the first quarter of 2024, compared to 18 in 2023.

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