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Paphos residents fear landslide

Residents and businesses in the Mousallas area of Paphos are concerned that their properties could be damaged by a landslide as huge rocks are moving down the hillside above them.

Peyia goes to court over Vassiliou project

The Peyia council is taking the Nicosia town planning department to court over its decision to issue a planning permit for a mammoth development on a hillside (Ayia Vouni) overlooking Peyia.

Paphos marina decision expected soon

The Pafilia Group should hear by the end of the month whether it has met the required criteria to build the Paphos marina, which has been stalled by bureaucracy and legal battles for more than a decade.

Some relief for blighted Paradise Hills

Home buyers on the blighted Paradise Hills estate at Marathounda in Paphos may receive assistance from the authorities to prevent a repetition of last winter’s heavy flooding caused by a rainwater drainage pipe.

Paphos District Officer to mediate Pegeia deadlock

A meeting mediated by the Paphos District Officer is to be held in efforts to resolve a deadlock between Leptos and the Pegeia Municipality concerning various issues at Coral Bay.

Paphos marina faces further delays

The Paphos Grand Marina project, which has already been delayed by more than a decade, may face yet another delay following a decision by the authorities to refer the matter to the attorney-general.

Concerns over massive Peyia project

A massive development proposed for a hillside above Peyia in Paphos will irreversibly devastate the natural environment, put pressure on infrastructure and create new homes where thousands remain empty, according to environmentalists, opposed to the project.

Another hurdle for Paradise home buyers

Home buyers on the Paradise Hills estate at Marathounda in Paphos have yet another hurdle to content with as tens of thousands of litres of water cause ground erosion and subsidence

Paphos’ water guzzling golf courses

Demand for water in Paphos is increasing as more golf courses are built in the district and if there is little rain again this winter there is a real possibility of severe water shortages again next year.

Legal limbo in Paradise

The Title Deed mess affected thousands of expat homeowners, but for those living on the Paradise Hills estate in Paphos it has been particularly brutal since their British developer went bust.

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