I bhfócas: Corcaigh / In focus: Cork
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Le blianta beaga anuas tá líon nach beag forbairtí cónaithe le hainmneacha Gaeilge i cuid mhór d'Éirinn.
Tá an chuid is mó de forbairtí cónaithe nua i gCorcaigh ainmnithe as Gaeilge le roinnt blianta anuas, cé nach n-ainmnítear mórán forbairtí sa chathair nó i mbruachbhailte na cathrach as Gaeilge. Ba é seirbhís Ghael-Taca, a chuir Stiúrthóir Margaíochta Pádraig Ó Cuanacháin ar fáil saor in aisce d'fhorbitheoirí, cúis de roinnt mhaith de na hainmneacha Gaeilge.
Bígí i dteagmháil leis do pholaiteoirí áitiúla chun a chur in iúl dóibh coistí ainmnithe a chur ar bun muna bhfuil coiste agaibh cheana féin.
There are between a significant and a relatively large number of new residential developments being named in Irish today in a lot of the Republic of Ireland and going back for the last few years.
The majority of new residential developments are named in Irish in county Cork going back for the last few years, although there are few in the city and suburbs, in large part thanks to the Gael-Taca free service to property developers that the Marketing Director of the organisation, Pádraig Ó Cuachacháin, who died in 2008 instigated and dealt with.
Be in touch with your local politicians to bring naming committees in place in your county if you haven't got one/them. Also be in touch with Minister Phil Hogan also to perhaps legislatively put naming committees in place nationally in every county.
Darren J. Prior
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