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City keyed up for Bonham Quay rejuvenation

30th September, 2018
A proposed view of Edward Capital's Bonham Quayin Galway's Docklands

Changes are afoot in Galway to address an ongoing concern of the city’s economic development – a shortage of quality office space in the city centre – with the redevelopment of Bonham Quay.

Edward Capital, rejuvenation specialists in Ireland’s construction industry, will transform the two-acre industrial site into a new urban quarter of four office blocks in an ambitious €90 million redevelopment plan.

When completed, the Bonham Quay project, which has...

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