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Kouris development under scrutiny

Permission to construct a large residential development that may lead to the contamination of water in the Kouris dam (the largest on the island) is to be investigated by the Attorney General.

Business development stifled by bureaucracy

The 11th edition of the Doing Business 2014 – Understanding Regulations for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises report highlights some of the bureaucratic problems that hamper Cyprus’ ability to attract investment.

Sovereign Base Areas development agreement in full

Full details of the arrangement between the government of Cyprus and the government of the United Kingdom relating to the regulation of development in the Sovereign Base Areas released.

British bases land development agreement

The UK Government has signed an arrangement with the Cyprus Government giving residents increased flexibility to develop private property within the British Sovereign Bases.

Offers to abandoned Tala development buyers

People who bought property on a development in Tala that is sliding down the hillside are to be offered alternative homes in Paphos of equal value and with Title Deeds by Tremetoushiotis developers.

Developers seek support for large projects

Issues with getting major construction projects underway were discussed on Wednesday by President Anastasiades, ministers and officials and members of the association of major development projects.

Sale of Venus Rock Golf Resort

The sale of the Venus Rock Golf Resort to a Hong Kong based conglomerate of international investors has been announced in a press release issued by Dolphin Capital Investors Limited.

Armou families dealt another blow

The Cyprus Electricity Authority (EAC) has confirmed that it will cut the power to the homes of those living on the stricken development at Armou in Paphos following an order instructing the families to leave.

Families ordered to leave unsafe homes

Families living on the stricken development at Armou, whose homes are continuing to slip down the hillside, have been advised that their properties are unfit for habitation and have been instructed to leave.

Decision over gas terminal final

The Minister for Commerce Industry and Tourism, Neoclis Sylikiotis has announced that decisions concerning a liquid natural gas terminal have been made and that negotiations will start in the near future.

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