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
The widow of a British suicide victim is calling for institutions in the UK and Cyprus to be brought to account in connection with the Cyprus property mis-selling scandal that has devastated the lives of so many.
Twenty five owners of properties valued in excess of €3 million at 1980 prices failed to pay their Immovable Property Tax by 27th December according to information from the Tax Department.
An opportunity to reflect on the news and events that helped to shape the Cyprus property market over the past year in our list of Top 10 stories that have attracted the most readers in 2016.
There is still considerable work to be done on what the EC refers to as “the currently dysfunctional Title Deeds issuance and transfer system” in its post-programme surveillance report on Cyprus.
Laws and regulations regarding the design, construction and authorisation of swimming pools may soon be revised as part of the package to reform Cyprus’ complex and time-consuming planning system.
Fifty six debt release orders have been secured by the Insolvency Service for debtors who were unable to repay dues of up to twenty five thousand Euro, as a result of the economic crisis.
Auditor General Odysseas Michaelides has called on the police to bring the owners of unlicensed swimming pools to justice due to the serious safety concerns arising from the problem.
The long-awaited Larnaca marina and port project took a step forward in the week with a request for submissions of interest for the construction of the 1,000 berth marina and port facilities.
Fundamental reforms are underway to rationalise, accelerate and simplify the time consuming and complex procedures involved with the licensing and control of building development in Cyprus.