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    #1

    For/of

    I would like to ask what is correct or sound naturally: strategic development plan for the town of Solnice
    or strategic development plan of the town of Solnice
    Thank you

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    Re: For/of

    Both are correct, it depends on the context.
    Usually, when a plan is first proposed, you call it a plan for the town.
    After the plan has been adopted for implementation, you call it a plan of the town.

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