A councillor accused of blacking out Queen Victoria-related street names in Cork has applied to have his case heard in Irish - this application will be heard at the High Court in Dublin next month.
Over 600 student beds in Cork and 700-plus in Dublin, are being provided in a progressive €200 million-plus joint venture partnership by global players Harrison Street Real Estate Capital, and Global Student Accommodation Group, GSA - who’ll trade in Dublin and Cork under the brand Uninest.
The District Court judge dealing with the case against a councillor accused of blacking out street names in Cork called after Queen Victoria told him to go to the High Court if he wanted to raise the issue of having a judge fluent in Irish for the case.
The councillor accused of blacking out street names in Cork called after Britain’s Queen Victoria had his evidence translated from Irish in Cork District Court yesterday, but he said the Irish-language issue in the proceedings should be referred to the High Court, writes
A TRIO of terraced 1890s-built villa buildings, facing the UCC campus and main entry gates on Cork city’s Western Road is up for sale in one lot for €2.35 million, pitched for student accommodation, residential, offices or academic/medical-related uses, with possible further development to rear.
The most recent resale at The Crescent, off Cork’s Farranlea Road, was to private/family buyers, but that was for a version of this novel, contemporary crescent-shaped terrace of three storey homes which had an added-on ground floor room that made it even more suitable for smallies.
A further €1m-plus Cork city bar and nightclub sale has just concluded, with the Bowery on Tuckey Street selling off-market: it comes just as Wetherspoons are poised to reopen a premises now standing them a total investment of as much as €3.5m, a bar investment level seemingly back to boom time values.