Roxboro Road residents in Limerick want answers on Waller’s Well

first_imgNewsLocal NewsRoxboro Road residents in Limerick want answers on Waller’s WellBy Alan Jacques – April 24, 2014 1367 Limerick City East local election candidate Sarah Lee Kiely at Waller’s Well development on Roxboro RoadJANESBORO-based local election candidate Sarah Lee Kiely is calling on Limerick City Council for answers over plans for the disused Waller’s Well housing development.The Fine Gael hopeful for Limerick City East said residents in the area want information about the status of the development and the council’s plans for it.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “The situation is that there is a fine residential development sitting there empty and people don’t know what its current status is, and what plans are there for the future. There seems to be something of an information vacuum,” she said.“This is such a significant building in Janesboro and Rathbane that I really feel it is completely understandable for people to be interested in it. Locals are looking out at the development and don’t understand what is going to become of it. They also have concerns about anti-social behaviour there,” she said.Residents in the area say they feel let down by the lack of communication and consultation over the development.“We are nine years putting up with disruption from the start with the plans and the builder to now having no information on what is going on with the houses. It’s so frustrating to look out your front door every morning to look at a wasteland. Why can’t they be finished and given to families from the area?” asked one local resident.In response, a spokesperson for Limerick City Council stated that queries about Waller’s Well need to be directed to the Receiver. However, the local authority did say that it is actively looking at options in relation to the Waller’s Well site. Advertisement RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook #SaucySoul: Room 58 – ‘Hate To See You Leave’ WhatsApp Print Previous articleIncentives needed to help struggling businesses in LimerickNext articleAttacks hitting teachers wages Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie Linkedincenter_img Twitter Celebrating a ground breaking year in music from Limerick #HearThis: New music and video from Limerick rapper Strange Boy Email Bus Éireann announces commencement of redevelopment works at Roxboro bus depot and maintenance facility TAGSFine GaelLimerick city councilMusic LimerickRoxboro RoadSarah Lee KielyWaller’s Well Emma Langford shortlisted for RTE Folk Award and playing a LIVE SHOW!!! this Saturday Watch the streamed gig for Fergal Nash album launchlast_img read more

Opatija recorded the largest decline, and Šibenik the largest increase in apartment prices

first_imgClassifieds data Crozilla.com they showed that during June, apartment prices fell precisely in the cities where “squares” are the most expensive. Thus, June prices recorded an increase in value of 0,1 percent on a monthly basis and 3,2 percent on an annual basis, and only some cities on the sea recorded a decline in prices.The largest monthly decline in apartment prices during June was recorded in Opatija. Prices there fell by 2,2 percent, and an average of 2885 euros was demanded for one square meter. According to Crozilla.com, a drop of 1,6 percent was recorded in Dubrovnik, where apartment prices dropped to 3875 euros per “square meter”. The price of apartments in the Umag area fell by 1,3 percent on a monthly basis, and in June it amounted to 1954 euros per square meter. A monthly decline of 0,6 percent was recorded in Poreč, where an average of 1724 euros were demanded for a “square” apartment, and Senj, where the average asking price per square meter was 1205 euros. In Split, the June price dropped to 2275 euros, which is 0,4 percent lower than a month earlier.The largest monthly increase in apartment prices during June was recorded in Šibenik, where prices per square meter rose by 2,7 percent and rose to 1564 euros. In Pula, apartment prices rose by 1,7 percent on a monthly basis, averaging 1365 euros per “square meter” in June. An analysis of Crozilla.com data showed that a monthly increase in apartment prices of 0,4 percent was recorded in Rijeka – where the average asking price was 1383 euros per square meter, and Zadar, where an average of 1879 euros was demanded for a “square”.Rural House Kod Slapa, Bogatic / Booking.comRising prices for apartments in the interior            The data showed that monthly prices of housing prices in the continental area were recorded in June, but despite that they were still lower in most of the cities there than in the same month last year.The price of “square meters” for Zagreb and Osijek apartments increased by 0,2 percent on a monthly basis, and in June in Zagreb it amounted to EUR 1675, and in Osijek to EUR 955. Prices of apartments in Slavonski Brod increased by 1 percent, and amounted to 873 euros per square meter, while Sisak recorded an increase of 1,3 percent and an average price of “square meters” of 751 euros. The biggest annual drop in prices during June was recorded in Bjelovar, where apartments were 5,8 percent cheaper than in the same month last year. On a monthly basis, the prices of apartments there are still rising, so the price per square meter was 796 euros, which is 0,6 percent more than a month earlier.Apartments are most in demand in Zagreb, Zadar and SplitThe analysis of Crozilla.com advertisement data showed that during June, the offer of apartments sold in the area of ​​Zagreb, Zadar, Split, Pula and Osijek was the most searched. When it comes to potential foreign buyers, they showed the greatest interest in apartments in Zagreb, Split, Makarska, Porec and Pula, and most often came from BiH, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Slovenia.last_img read more