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Athlone Business Park Ltd, the backers of the €1.4 billion Chinese Trading Hub, are hopefully to break ground at the Creggan site by next year.
Athlone Chamber of Commerce has criticised the planning process in relation to the proposed Chinatown development this week, despite it getting planning permission in just seven months.
The possibility of up to 500 Chinese firms coming to Athlone moved a little closer this week after the window for submissions to An Bord Pleanala on the €1.4bn trade exhibition suburb planned for Creggan closed on Monday. Only six objections have been lodged.
The consortium behind the €1.4 billion Chinese exhibition suburb planned for the eastern edge of Athlone expect to begin construction within a year and a half, and open doors in 2015 if all goes according to plan, after its €175 million first phase was given the go-ahead on December 2.
A decision on the €1.4 billion Chinese exhibition suburb planned for the eastern edge of Athlone has been put back until mid-December after Westmeath County Council this week received the 50 points of additional information it asked for in July from the consortium involved.
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With just three weeks to go before Westmeath County Council makes a preliminary decision on the plans for the €1.4bn Chinese exhibition suburb on the eastern edge of Athlone, only four critical submissions have been received by the planning department to date.
A three-person Private Residential Tenancies Board tribunal this week heard a case between Westport based auctioneer Olivia Needham and a former tenant, Joseph Sweeney from Castlebar. After a day of evidence and questioning the tribunal, chaired by John Tiernan, closed to consider their findings. Mr Sweeney was the appellant in the case against Ms Needham in relation to a number of incidents that occurred at a property he had rented from her at No 15 The Post-box, Knockthomas.
Much of the attention last Saturday was focused on count centres from Keenagh to The Hyde Centre and many more up and down the country as results of the General Election began to unfold. Yet not even the election of Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan could have equalled the high experienced by all connected with St Brigid’s at the sound of Eddie Kinsella’s final whistle at the end of this epic All-Ireland Club Championship semi-final.