The Galway City Council Environment, Recreation & Amenity SPC met on 29th November in City Hall.
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The Galway City Council Economic Development, Enterprise Support & Culture SPC meet on 5th October 2017.
27 Nov (11.00)… Social Inclusion Linkage Group… For members concerned with the Local Community Development Committee, Joint Policing Committee, Childcare Committee, Drugs & Alcohol Taskforce and Galway City Partnership
GCCN made a submission to the final draft of Ireland 2040: the National Planning Framework.
Galway City Council’s Housing Strategic Policy met on Thursday 19th October.
Galway City Council’s Transport Strategic Policy Committee met on Monday 23rd October. GCCN was represented by Derrick Hambleton and Niall O Brolchain. Read their report of the meeting here: Transport SPC GCCN Report 23rd October 2017. The minutes of the previous SPC meeting and the Special meeting on speed limits are available here: 170707 […]
The Transport SPC met on 1st September for a special meeting to consider speed limit revisions in Galway City. Derrick Hambleton attended as GCCN’s representative. His report is available here: GCCN Report on Transport SPC 1st Sep (PDF, 465KB) The documentation presented at the meeting is available here: Inner City Special Speed Limit of 40kmh […]
As we enter the summer months there’s no sign of work slowing down for our members and representatives! Join us for the following meetings to contribute your perspectives on important issues for Galway City: Date/Time Meeting Purpose Venue 22 June (11am) Pre-Joint Policing Committee community meeting To discuss the draft Joint Policing Strategy for […]
To mark World Refugee Day the Network of 120 Galway civil society groups & organisations call on Government to implement Supreme Court decision immediately Galway City Community Network welcomes the recent Supreme Court ruling that asylum seekers have a constitutional right to work  and calls on the Government to take immediate action to give […]