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The Conveyancing

It was the fastest sale in Ireland (well according to my estate agent). I was a cash buyer and the owner wanted to sell yesterday. Everything was shoved along. 380 more words

It’s a Wrap!

Most not-for-profits operate on a fiscal year that ends June 30. It’s around this time when the weather begins to turn (we Chicagoan’s never thought it was going to happen!), the morning light appears sooner and we have the urge to finally be outside and enjoy the sunny, warm days! 449 more words

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development plan

Create your own development plan as it applies to the current organization with which you are involved. In your plan, address your plan objectives, the content of your plan, and the development activities. 112 more words

What Legacy are You Leaving?

One of the things we strive to do at HUB Philanthropic Solutions is to leave our clients stronger than they were when we arrived. Most fundraising consultants balance two or three clients at a time. 466 more words

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Public Consultation: Water Services Guidelines - Planning Authorities (28/Feb)

Why it’s important:

  • Urban Wastewater Treatment Directive: EPA determines licensing, Irish Water constrained by;
  • National, Regional & Local Planning: Nat’l Planning Framework influences Regional Spatial & Economic Strategies, Development Plans, Local Area Plans – and IW investment priorities;
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Thought downpour

I believe most of us have this need to close chapters, to sum up things that have happened, to draw conclusions at the end/beginning of a new year/new stage in their lives. 637 more words


Massive rates rises predicted in Horowhenua that will subsidise land developers reaping potential profits of over $100 million

This investigative article about the Horowhenua district is from journalist Veronica Harrod. Read her bio at the end of the article. She raises points which are puzzling people NZ wide, and lifts the curtain somewhat to let you see what is going on in meetings you are not entitled to attend. 2,610 more words