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September 03 2014

Wind Farms in Galway, Ireland Expand in the Midst of Opposition

September 3rd, 2014Posted by 

Renewable sources of energy are in high demand in Ireland today, and wind farms seem to be popping up all over the country. This is because we are edging closer to 2020, and therefore the end of the Irish government’s Energy White Paper. The Energy White Paper was published in March 2007 with the aim of […]

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August 25 2014

Architecture Not Built for Function in Galway, Ireland

August 25th, 2014Posted by 

The design of buildings has always been contentious, whether the disagreement stems from aesthetic complaints, or disregard for the functionality of the building. For example, the Eiffel Tower in Paris, which can be argued as one of the design and engineering wonders of the world, was once labeled “a mast of iron gymnasium apparatus, incomplete, confused and deformed” by the […]

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August 12 2014

Access for All?: Planning Sector Technological Advances in Galway, Ireland

August 12th, 2014Posted by 

In the past fifteen years, the technological advances in Galway, Ireland have been nothing short of phenomenal, not only in the planning sector but for life in general. A few years ago one would have to scan through a book of numbers looking for planning applications, but nowadays a click of the mouse on the internet can bring […]

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