Property District, a creative agency, positioned firmly at the heart of innovation, tech development and placemaking for Ireland’s real estate and construction industries, has announced sponsorship within CLG Na Piarsaigh.
The award-winning real estate and construction communications agency operates across the West of Ireland from a base within Gteic, An Cheathrú Rua, Connemara. The company is pioneering the use of immersive technologies, including augmented reality, to bring proposed developments to life prior to construction, so that local communities can make informed contributions. Planning for housing delivery is a public function and there is a statutory obligation on any project owners looking to deliver housing to fully and openly consult with local residents and the local business community. Property District offers a high tech approach to community engagement through an English and Irish language platform designed to involve the whole community.
Speaking about the company’s ambitions, Carol Tallon, CEO of Property District said:
“There is an exciting proptech and construction technology ecosystem thriving up and down Ireland’s west coast, with massive potential for scaling beyond Ireland and beyond Europe. This access to creative talent and deep tech innovation made Galway – and Connemara in particular – an easy choice for us.
Property District has been embedded within the local business community for several years and this sponsorship is a small reflection of our huge gratitude to the local community, who have been so supportive of our drive to increase the use of Irish language services for placemaking. We look forward to shared success, both on and off the pitch!”
Micheal O Mainin, from CLG Na Piarsaigh, said:
“CLG Na Piarsaigh would like to thank the team at Property District for their sponsorship. CLG Na Piarsaigh was founded in 1959 and named after Padraig Mac Piarais [Patrick Pearse] who had a house in Rosmuc. It is the oldest GAA club in Connemara, with players hailing from Rosmuc, Camus, Sraith Salach and Loch Conaortha. We are a small community and CLG Na Piarsaigh is one of the smallest clubs in the county, and indeed, in the country.”
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