Allsop Space, the UK’s market leader in commercial and residential auctions, will bring 107 investment and residential properties to auction on October 15th. The properties in total have a combined reserve of over €11million.
Investment properties up for sale will include a number of properties from North Tipperary including the 24-bedroom Grant’s Hotel, in Roscrea, Co. Tipperary, (Lot 19) which has a reserve range of € 350,000 – € 400,000; the premises known as Friary Pharmacy, (Lot 11) Friar Street, Thurles, Co. Tipperary, which has a reserve of €200,000; House at Glenbower, (Lot 60) Coolbaun, Co. Tipperary, and Ashbury Industrial Estate, (Lot 46), Ashbury, Roscrea, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary .
Allsop Space state that the properties on sale will house the future businesses and enterprises that will support jobs, growth and investment all across Ireland. The people who will buy shops, factory units and offices are the people who will work to get Ireland out of its current difficulties while investing in Ireland’s future prosperity.
Allsop Space have reaffirmed its pledge not to offer for sale any repossessed family homes at this or any future auction.
The Auction will take place at the RDS, Merrion Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, beginning at 10:00am on October 15th.
Mr Michael Harty, Loans and Marketing Officer with Thurles Credit Union, reports;
Thurles Credit Union September Cash Draw winners were Martin and Statia Ryan, residing at Moyne Road, Thurles, Co Tipperary.
Pictured at the lucky winners presentation shown (left to right) above were:- John Fogarty (Deputy CEO Thurles Credit Union) with Statia and Martin Ryan (Winners).
Congratulations also to the other cash prize winners which included; Ms Betty Fanning, Gaile, Holycross; Mr Raymond Purcell, Foulkscourt, Johnstown; Ms Madeline McCoole, Rosemount, Thurles; and Mr James Mahony, Collins Park, Thurles.
Thurles born Mark Fielding, CEO of the Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association (ISME) Reports;
Here is a chance to enhance your business for free, simply by attending one of the Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association (ISME) briefing sessions taking place this Autumn/Winter across the country.
Specially designed to give Owner /Managers, like you, a competitive edge, these Sessions will examine today’s operating environment for SME’s and ask what does the future hold in store for you? Each session is focused on imparting practical and relevant information to owner / managers.
ISME AUTUMN BRIEFING SESSION TOPICS:
- 10 Ways to Step Out of the Recession; the “Back to basics” checklist for getting your business working again.
- When National Employment Rights Authority (NERA) Inspectors come calling. Avoid fines and litigation. Know what NERA are looking for and what you need to know to be fully compliant.
Mr Mark Fielding CEO ISME
Dates of Briefing Sessions
Wednesday September 18th, 2013 – to – Wednesday December 4th, 2013
Time and Place
18th Sept: 10:00am-12:30pm, Hotel Kilkenny – KILKENNY
18th Sept: 5:30pm – 8.00pm, Silver Springs Hotel – CORK
19th Sept: 10:00am-12:30pm, Carlton Hotel – TRALEE
19th Sept: 5:30pm – 8:00pm, The Strand Hotel – LIMERICK
25th Sept: 10:00am – 12:30pm, Fairways Hotel – DUNDALK
25th Sept: 6:00pm – 8:30pm, Red Cow Hotel – DUBLIN
3rd Dec: 6:00pm – 8:30pm, Stillorgan Park Hotel – DUBLIN
4th Dec: 5:30pm – 8pm Ferrycarrig Hotel – WEXFORD
Register Now! Remember all sessions are FREE, but Registration is Essential, as places are limited.
Contact: MARK FIELDING, Tel: 00353-16622755 or register online at email@example.com.
Thurles and Co Tipperary Automatic Teller Machine (ATM) users please be warned and take serious note; the Irish Payment Services Organisation (IPSO) have warned that criminals are using a new scam to obtain money from ATM’s and are particularly targeting older people and those appearing vulnerable.
The Scam involves thieves placing a device into the ATM’s card slot which then traps their chosen victim’s card inside the machine. The criminal will then loiter close by the ATM to see their chosen victim keying in their pin code.
The victim on realising that their ATM card is not coming out after they have carried out their cash withdrawal, is then approached by the criminal offering assistance and claiming that this problem has happened to them previously. They then pretend that they are removing the card from the machine, while they actually hand their victim back a substitute forged card.
Ulster Bank Thurles advise that people who may have been approached in this manner and who are unaware that their card may have been substituted, should immediately contact the Fraud Reporting Line – Telephone 1800245403.
The winner of last months (July 2013) Cash Draw at Thurles Credit Union was Mr Eamon Purcell, Slieve Ardagh, Ballysloe, Thurles.
Pictured here at the presentation are Ms Michelle McCormack (Thurles Credit Union), Mr Eamon Purcell (Cash Draw Winner), and Mr Donal Scannell (CEO Thurles Credit Union).
Congratulations to the other cash prize winners, Ms Mary Walsh, Kennedy Park, Thurles, Co Tipperary; Mr Paul Manton, Urard, Urlingford, Co Kilkenny; Ms Pauline Whelan, Canal Road, Johnstown, Co Kilkenny and Mr Edward O’Meara, Bohernanave, Thurles, Co Tipperary.