Construction Ireland Logo For Mobile
Time and date
Share this page
Construction News

Road Improvement Work To Start In Comber

Construction News Image
Work is to begin on a road improvement scheme in Comber.

Work on the project, which is worth around £255,000, will take place on the Ballgowan Road from Friday, 03 March, and is expected to be substantially complete by the end of March.

The work will improve the strength and surface quality of the carriageway on a 1,400m section of this important A Class Trunk Road between Comber and Ballygowan which carries approximately 12,000 vehicles per day.

To help ensure the safety of road users and contractors temporary traffic signals will be installed.

Local access will be maintained and all diversions and restrictions will be clearly signposted.


Latest Construction News


A 169MW Wind Park in Galway has entered commercial operation. Co-developed by SSE and Coillte in Connemara's Cloosh Valley it is now Ireland's largest and best performing wind farm, generating more green energy than any other wind generation site on the island. Galway Wind Park was developed at a

The SDLP has hit out at Sinn Fein's Chris Hazzard after he excluded the Narrow Water bridge project at the last Executive. South Down MLA Sinead Bradley is continuing to campaign that the project goes ahead. She said: "I was bitterly disappointed, however, during the last Executive when Chris Hazz

Serious concerns have been raised over the number of "disturbing" features of the approach taken by banks to the tracker mortgage scandal. Fianna Fáil Finance Spokesperson Michael McGrath said on the basis of the information in an update, it seems that the Central Bank is adopting a comprehensive

The Chief Executive of Dublin City Council is being urged to obtain funding from the government for lands that are already zoned for housing. The Green Party made the call to Owen Keegan and said there is "ample room" for development in the right areas, and that the Dublin City Development plan sta

Sinn Fein has once again called for the Sellafield Nuclear Facility in Cumbria to shut down "immediately". MP Chris Hazzard made the call following a chemical incident at the plant. He said: "Sellafield should be closed immediately. Today's incident follows years of controversy about concerns rega

Labour has slammed the Housing Agency after its Chairman claimed that the housing crisis throughout Ireland is "completely normal". Spokesperson on Urban Regeneration, Joe Costello, said the statement by Conor Skehan "beggars belief". He said: "How normal is it that too many houses were built dur

Fianna Fáil has written to the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs asking her to intervene and ensure the Skibbereen Community and Resource Centre in Cork is given the funding needed to complete the renovations in its new premises. TD for Cork South West, Margaret Murphy O'Mahonywas commenting

The Clonaslee Integrated Constructed Wetlands (ICW) in Co Laois has officially opened. Cllr Seamus McDonald joined Irish Water and Laois County Council to officially mark the opening of the Wetland to the community in Clonaslee and to the general public. Students from Scoil Bhride Clonaslee Nationa

The Minister for Justice and Equality has been called to speed up on the delivery of the new Macroom Garda Station. Fianna Fail Cork North West TD, Aindrias Moynihan, said Minister Charlie Flanagan needs to "stop washing his hands" on the matter. He said: "Unfortunately, despite the site being acq

A Bill has been published to fast-track the planning process for large scale IT infrastructural projects, such as data centres. Fianna Fáil TD for Galway East Anne Rabbitte said the 'Planning and Development (Strategic Infrastructure) (Amendment) Bill 2017' seeks to ensure Ireland's regulatory fram
Aairex Environmental LtdConstruction Information ServicesCamfil IrelandCarlow Concrete TanksCabra Agri ServicesGael Form LtdDrogheda Hire & SalesClassic BlindsCoolrain SawmillsJohn Riddel & Son Ltd
Terms and Conditions