Collaboration key in Athlone’s bid for city status

Thu, Aug 17, 2017


A new city in the Midlands will create a distinct region where boundaries are blurred, borders are crossed, and collaboration is fundamental to its success.

That is the message inherent in Destination Athlone’s submission to the National Planning Framework 2020-2040, which aims to secure regional city status for the locality.

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