Honestly, as you've asked for any advice/criticism, the tanks you currently have are much too small for their stock (barring maybe the angelfish).
If you want to keep the clown loaches and sailfin plec, you will need
the 960 liter tank ASAP.
Clown loaches reach up to 1ft long and stunt very easily, so they'll need to go in the 960L. Same for the sailfin plec.
Depending on the dimensions of the 240L, the angelfish could be okay, but they're not something I have any experience with.
The bristlenoses will not be okay in a 54L, and are not particularly gregarious, I'd be surprised if you didn't see aggression between 4 adult bristlenoses in that size tank, or even 2. These will need to go in the 240L.
Once you've sorted out your 960L, I'm sure you could have some lovely sterbai or jullii corys in the 240L, like you mentioned in one of your other posts. Please do not
add any other fish into these tank as they are currently though.
If you're not guaranteed the 960L, you really need to look at what's best for the fish and return those that you cannot give adequate care. Once you have either rehomed or sorted the stocking of the tanks, I'm sure you'll have some wonderfully happy fish and a beautiful planted tank. You can always start a journal on this forum if you like, it's great fun for others to follow along