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Evolution of Athlone landscape as Church Street works conclude

Thu, Dec 06, 2018

 

The imminent conclusion of the enhanced Church Street project, at a cost of €4 million, marks the initial phase of the changing landscape of the centre of Athlone.

With news that three key projects within the environs of the town centre are due to receive funding under the Urban Regeneration and Development Fund, Athlone is set for landscape enhancements of vast proportions, the result of which is certain to see an influx of persons choosing the Midlands town as a place in which to reside, work and socialise.


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