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Following five successive months of falls in the number of Cyprus property sales, the Department of Lands and Surveys reported a double-digit increase in sales during September compared to September 2019.
The Environmental Authority gave the green light for the development of leisure and sports facilities with supportive use – a 200-bed hotel in the communities of Ag. Ioannis and Menoikou, cost € 25-30 000 000 and the floor is now in the Deviations Study Council, which is called to consider the location of the project before the final decision is made by the Department of Urban Planning.
As a partners of an officially accredited with the Ministry of Finance of Cyprus provider of the Programme, we hereby inform you of the final changes officially published in the Government Gazette on August 17-18, which came into force.
The fact that this is the island’s first casino is already pretty big news but this resort is expected to be the talk of the decade. The entire project will cost around €550 million and will consist of plenty of amenities such as luxury accommodations, swimming pools, spas, and much more.
A 50 MW solar park in Alassa, Limassol, is ready to launch now that the government has signed the agreement with the consortium behind the ambitious energy plan.
Cyprus has met the criteria to join the Schengen area as far as personal data is concerned, following a decision by the EU Schengen committee, it was announced on 10th July.
The €289 million project is considered to be the largest energy project in Cyprus. It features an LNG floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU), a jetty, mooring facilities, a pipeline on the jetty and other onshore and offshore related infrastructure. Construction is expected to be concluded in 2022.