Planning permission granted for new Primary Care Centre in Donegal

first_imgThe new Primary Care Centre is one step closer to construction after planning permission was confirmed for the building at Drumlonagher, Donegal Town.A four storey Primary Care Centre and Ambulance Station is set to provide state of the art facilities for a wide range of services including GP Services, Public Health Nursing, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech & Language Therapy. Children and Adult Mental Health Services, Early Intervention Services, TUSLA, Dental Services and a new Ambulance base will also be available. The planning application was made by DHM Developments and Remcoll Ltd, and the centre will be constructed under public private partnership under agreement from the HSE. Pat the Cope Gallagher TD has welcomed the announcement that the centre has been given the go-ahead by Donegal County Council.Deputy Gallagher said: “The Primary Care Centre formed part of the previous programme for Government and is already committed to by the HSE; a great deal of preparatory work in terms of this development has already been carried out. I would expect construction works to commence as soon as possible as I do not anticipate any further delays in this project. It is important for Donegal Town and the surrounding areas that facilities such as this Primary Care Centre are provided. “This new state of the art health facility will be able to provide the highest possible health care services and provision which are required nowadays, it is an extremely worthwhile investment as such primary care centres elsewhere in Ireland have proven to be a massive success,” he concluded.Planning permission granted for new Primary Care Centre in Donegal was last modified: June 12th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Donegal TownDrumlonagherPrimary Care Centrelast_img read more

Green Multifamily Projects in the Neighborhood Stabilization Program

first_imgRecently, I was talking with another Neighborhood Stabililization Program technical advisor (NSP-TA) and he said that he heard somewhere that multifamily projects made up 30% of all NSP. I was shocked. I guess because so much of the work I do, day-to-day, is single-family oriented, it hadn’t even occurred to me that multifamily had such a stake in the NSP game!New resources — EGC 2011 criteria: single-family AND multifamilyA few weeks back, I wrote about the release of the Enterprise Green Communities 2011 Criteria. The response has been amazing. We have heard wonderful feedback from all of the faithful users and some new ones out there. Thanks to you all.Well, the technical team is back — and they are heavy-hitting around multifamily. All you multifamily NSP-ers out there…check this out! It’s a new resource to bring to your next meeting with your architect…Enterprise Green Communities just released a sample set of multifamily specifications that align with the 2011 Criteria. They are impressive. I know, I know… I may be a little biased — especially considering I know how hard my fellow team members worked on producing them (along with our faithful expert TA providers) — but they really are good.New EGC MF webinarAlso — check out the webinar EGC just conducted on the new MF criteria (oops for the late notice!).Enterprise Multifamily Mortgage FinanceAlso — a note for those of you working on multifamily mortgage financing: Enterprise Investment has a department that focuses totally on permanent debt financing. They are an impressive – and growing – group! Check them out here: Enterprise Multifamily Mortgage Finance.Tell me about your multifamily NSP projects. Let’s compare notes. I have one I am working one, but I am only talking about it if someone asks…last_img read more

In Rajasthan, 10 lakh farmers identified for loans in next crop cycle

first_imgThe Congress government in Rajasthan has identified a whopping 10 lakh farmers for grant of loans through cooperative banks during the next crop cycle, amid allegations by the Opposition BJP that its “populist measure” of farm-loan waiver had failed to extend the benefit to the eligible agriculturists and led to scams in several districts. State Cooperative Minister Udai Lal Anjana said here on Saturday that the cooperative debt structure was being strengthened for the benefit of farmers who would get the loans without mortgaging their land. Farmers getting themselves biometrically registered under the scheme would be given preference in the loan disbursement, he said. The farm loans will be disbursed in two stages during the next crop cycle of kharif season from April 1 to August 31 and rabi season from September 1 to March 31. Mr. Anjana said the loan recipients would also get the benefit of other schemes operated by the Cooperative Department. The BJP has alleged that the loan waiver scheme, announced by the State government without the Cabinet’s approval, was not clear about the eligible farmers and the process of implementation. BJP State president Madal Lal Saini said the “loan scams” had come to light in several districts, where the loans were picked up in the name of farmers who had never received the amount. The Congress government had announced loan waiver for farmers up to Rs.2 lakh each, resulting in the burden of an estimated Rs.18,000 crore on the Exchequer, on December 19, 2018, two days after being sworn in. The Congress had promised to tackle agrarian distress during its campaign for the 2018 State Assembly election. The entire short-term loans taken by small and medium farmers from cooperative and land development banks without any monetary ceiling and the debts up to Rs.2 lakh due on November 30, 2018, for the defaulter farmers who had obtained loans from nationalised, commercial and rural banks was to be waived in the scheme’s first phase. Registrar of Cooperative Societies Niraj K. Pawan said the farmers who had become members of village cooperative societies several years ago would be among the beneficiaries selected for the crop loan disbursement scheme.last_img read more