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Athenry traders’ group pledge to march for major development

Wednesday, 11th November, 2020 9:36am
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Athenry traders’ group pledge to march for major development
Athenry traders’ group pledge to march for major development

 

 

By David Connors

A body representing local businesses in Athenry has voiced their approval towards a potential new multi-million euro retail and housing development for the town.

In a statement to The Tuam Herald, the Athenry Traders Group said they “fully support” the current planning application which would incorporate a Lidl discount supermarket, seven retail units, a crèche and a total of 92 houses and apartments on the 17-acre site where the Athenry House building is currently situated.

Galway County Council is expected to make a decision relating to the planning application on November 18 and long-standing business owners in the town are keen for it to be given the go-ahead.

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