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Shannon Group starts work on €10m high spec office block

Posted on March 9th, 2017
NO REPRO FEES Shannon Group starts work on €10m high spec office block to facilitate major inward investment and employment 55,000 sq ft building creates first space for new tenants in Shannon Free Zone as part of wider €25m investment programme Minister Pat Breen launches build with sod turning The inward investment potential of the Shannon Free Zone is set to be significantly boosted following the sod-turning today by Shannon Commercial Properties for a €10 million state-of-the-art new office block. The high-spec 55,000 sq ft facility, built to LEED (Leadership in energy and environmental design) Gold standards and located on the newly named Airport Avenue, is the first speculative new-build by Shannon Commercial Properties, a Shannon Group Plc company. The build is part of a €25 million first phase redevelopment programme at the Free Zone. Pictured turning the sod in Shannon Free Zone are L-R Ray O'Driscoll, Managing Director of Shannon Commercial Properties, Pat Breen, Minister of State for Employment and Small Business, Rose Hynes, Chairman Shannon Group and Matthew Thomas, CEO Shannon Group.Pic Arthur Ellis.

Shannon Group starts work on €10m high spec office block to facilitate major inward investment and employment

55,000 sq ft building creates first space for new tenants in Shannon Free Zone as part of wider €25m investment programme

Minister Pat Breen launches build with sod turning

The inward investment potential of the Shannon Free Zone is set to be significantly boosted following the sod-turning today by Shannon Commercial Properties for a €10 million state-of-the-art

Ennis Chamber CE Project – Pollytunnells

Posted on March 3rd, 2017
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Letteuce

March 2017

Due to our mild winter and lots of hard graft we are beginning to see all the fruits of our tireless work. At present we have an abundance of lettuce, broad beans, garlic, onions, cabbage growing. We recently started to grow sweet corn and mixed peppers.

Over the next six weeks our General operative staff here in the Ennis Chamber will be embarking on a horticultural workshop hosting by Mark Flahive from…

Window Competition, Ennis Town – Clare Garden Festival 2017 –

Posted on March 3rd, 2017

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Window Competition, Ennis Town – Clare Garden Festival 2017 –

In association with Ennis Chamber

Sponsored by Old Ground Hotel

 

Theme: Dress your Window with a Gardener in mind

Description: Clare Garden Festival is now in its sixth year taking place on Sunday, 30th April at Ennis showgrounds, over 70 stalls are already confirmed again as well as a large show garden and garden experts. This year, the festival will expand further into the town with…

Exchequer Surplus an Opportunity for Increased Capital Investment

Posted on March 3rd, 2017

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Exchequer Surplus an Opportunity for Increased Capital Investment

 

Commenting on the release of today’s (2 March 2017) Fiscal Monitor, Ian Talbot, Chief Executive of Chambers Ireland said, “The Exchequer Surplus of €587 million recorded to end of February is a welcome indicator of continued economic growth and a strong start to 2017.  The strong Exchequer return figures are encouraging for Government ahead of the Capital Plan Review due to take place later this year.  The continued increase…

St. Patrick’s Day Road Closures

Posted on March 2nd, 2017

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St Patrick’s Day Road Closures

 

Road closures in Ennis will come into effect from 8:00 a.m. and will occur on a rolling basis and according to requirements.  Roads will be re-opened as soon as possible following the parade.

 

Roads to be closed:

  • Steele’s Terrace / Newbridge Road (from Kelly’s Corner roundabout to the Club Bridge)
  • New Road from its junction with Tulla Road to Newbridge Road
  • College Road (local access only)
  • Mill Road in an easterly

Prompt Payment Code

Posted on March 2nd, 2017

DJEI have launched a new campaign to promote the Prompt Payment Code and to encourage business to sign up. There is a new easy to use website with lots of useful new information and testimonial videos from signatories.  Chambers Ireland and many Chambers across the Network have signed up to the code and we encourage all Chambers and your members to do the same and to help to end the culture of late payments in Ireland.

 

The Department has…

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