Category Archives: Property Market

Cahereen Heights included in Minister Coveney’s €9m Residential Estates Fund

Cahereen Heights included in Minister Coveney’s €9m Residential Estates Fund

 Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government, Simon Coveney, T.D., has announced the allocation of €9 million to assist local authorities in taking in charge 356 developments. The minister’s announcement will account for the concerns over 17,000 households throughout the country. In addition to the €9 m allocation, almost €4.5m of funding will be sourced… Read more…

Shooting of cattle ‘A disgraceful, despicable act’ – Healy-Rae

Shooting of cattle ‘A disgraceful, despicable act’ – Healy-Rae

 On Tuesday,  members members of the Defence Forces shot dead five cows at a farm in Monaghan. A security detail made up of the Army and Gardaí were accompanying a debt collector onto the property. The fact that Irish Army men were used by a financial debt collecting company to shoot cattle belonging to a… Read more…

Sinn Féin’s Rent Certainty Bill Lost in Spite of Appeals for Support

Sinn Féin’s Rent Certainty Bill Lost in Spite of Appeals for Support

Kerry Sinn Féin TD Martin Ferris called on his constituency colleagues to support his party’s Rent Certainty Bill which was voted on in the Dáil during the week. Fianna Fáil had signalled that it will vote with Fine Gael and government Independents to reject rent certainty which will condemn more renters to homelessness. “The Sinn… Read more…

Community College Students to Unveil Plans for Town Centre

Community College Students to Unveil Plans for Town Centre

Members of the Transition Year Students class from Castleisland Community College are organising an open evening at the college on Thursday, May 26th from 7pm to 8pm. Local political representatives on Kerry County Council and in Dáil Éireann, along with members of the public, will be invited to the event. The invitation will also extend… Read more…

New Book on the Vernacular Heritage of North and East Kerry

New Book on the Vernacular Heritage of North and East Kerry

Mayor of Kerry Cllr. Pat McCarthy will launch a new book on the disappearing legacy of Kerry’s vernacular architecture. The launch will take place at the County Library in Moyderwell, Tralee on this Thursday night, March 10th at 7pm. Castleisland native and former Kerry County Council Conservation Officer, Eamon Fleming is the editor of The… Read more…

Vacancy at Senior Citizens’ Homes at River View Place

Vacancy at Senior Citizens’ Homes at River View Place

A vacancy has been announced by the committee of the Senior Citizens’ Homes at River View Place, Tonbwee here in Castleisland. The committee invites applications from elderly people for tenancy of a one-bedroom house. If you’re of the qualifying age and need a place to live, then the constantly updated houses here maybe just what… Read more…

Clouds Gather on Cahereen Heights Land Sale

Clouds Gather on Cahereen Heights Land Sale

Residents of the 96 house, apartments and creche, Cahereen Heights private estate invited Mayor of Killarney Municipal Area, Cllr. Bobby O’Connell to officially flick their Christmas Lights to life at the entrance of the estate as Christmas approached. In doing so they celebrated a year which saw a major overhaul of many of the vital… Read more…

Saturday is Open Day for House Hunters at Cahereen Heights

Saturday is Open Day for House Hunters at Cahereen Heights

Stuarts Auctioneers have announced the next launch of next phase of house sales at Cahereen Heights. They are holding an ‘Open Day’ there on this Saturday, November 21st from 10am to 12noon. The properties, outlined below, will be released to the market on Saturday, November 29th at 9am.The houses being released are: No. 18; No.24… Read more…

Scene Set for Second Chamber Alliance Meeting

Scene Set for Second Chamber Alliance Meeting

There was a head-lice scare once upon a time when I was at national school. I can’t remember the exact details of it now but I know our class members – at least – were given notes to take home one evening and for some kind of root-and-branch examination to be done there. I do… Read more…

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Category Archives: Property Market

Cahereen Heights included in Minister Coveney’s €9m Residential Estates Fund

Cahereen Heights included in Minister Coveney’s €9m Residential Estates Fund

 Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government, Simon Coveney, T.D., has announced the allocation of €9 million to assist local authorities in taking in charge 356 developments. The minister’s announcement will account for the concerns over 17,000 households throughout the country. In addition to the €9 m allocation, almost €4.5m of funding will be sourced… Read more…

Shooting of cattle ‘A disgraceful, despicable act’ – Healy-Rae

Shooting of cattle ‘A disgraceful, despicable act’ – Healy-Rae

 On Tuesday,  members members of the Defence Forces shot dead five cows at a farm in Monaghan. A security detail made up of the Army and Gardaí were accompanying a debt collector onto the property. The fact that Irish Army men were used by a financial debt collecting company to shoot cattle belonging to a… Read more…

Sinn Féin’s Rent Certainty Bill Lost in Spite of Appeals for Support

Sinn Féin’s Rent Certainty Bill Lost in Spite of Appeals for Support

Kerry Sinn Féin TD Martin Ferris called on his constituency colleagues to support his party’s Rent Certainty Bill which was voted on in the Dáil during the week. Fianna Fáil had signalled that it will vote with Fine Gael and government Independents to reject rent certainty which will condemn more renters to homelessness. “The Sinn… Read more…

Community College Students to Unveil Plans for Town Centre

Community College Students to Unveil Plans for Town Centre

Members of the Transition Year Students class from Castleisland Community College are organising an open evening at the college on Thursday, May 26th from 7pm to 8pm. Local political representatives on Kerry County Council and in Dáil Éireann, along with members of the public, will be invited to the event. The invitation will also extend… Read more…

New Book on the Vernacular Heritage of North and East Kerry

New Book on the Vernacular Heritage of North and East Kerry

Mayor of Kerry Cllr. Pat McCarthy will launch a new book on the disappearing legacy of Kerry’s vernacular architecture. The launch will take place at the County Library in Moyderwell, Tralee on this Thursday night, March 10th at 7pm. Castleisland native and former Kerry County Council Conservation Officer, Eamon Fleming is the editor of The… Read more…

Vacancy at Senior Citizens’ Homes at River View Place

Vacancy at Senior Citizens’ Homes at River View Place

A vacancy has been announced by the committee of the Senior Citizens’ Homes at River View Place, Tonbwee here in Castleisland. The committee invites applications from elderly people for tenancy of a one-bedroom house. If you’re of the qualifying age and need a place to live, then the constantly updated houses here maybe just what… Read more…

Clouds Gather on Cahereen Heights Land Sale

Clouds Gather on Cahereen Heights Land Sale

Residents of the 96 house, apartments and creche, Cahereen Heights private estate invited Mayor of Killarney Municipal Area, Cllr. Bobby O’Connell to officially flick their Christmas Lights to life at the entrance of the estate as Christmas approached. In doing so they celebrated a year which saw a major overhaul of many of the vital… Read more…

Saturday is Open Day for House Hunters at Cahereen Heights

Saturday is Open Day for House Hunters at Cahereen Heights

Stuarts Auctioneers have announced the next launch of next phase of house sales at Cahereen Heights. They are holding an ‘Open Day’ there on this Saturday, November 21st from 10am to 12noon. The properties, outlined below, will be released to the market on Saturday, November 29th at 9am.The houses being released are: No. 18; No.24… Read more…

Scene Set for Second Chamber Alliance Meeting

Scene Set for Second Chamber Alliance Meeting

There was a head-lice scare once upon a time when I was at national school. I can’t remember the exact details of it now but I know our class members – at least – were given notes to take home one evening and for some kind of root-and-branch examination to be done there. I do… Read more…

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