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Agreement on town-planning development in SBAs

The Republic of Cyprus is heading towards an agreement with the British Sovereign Bases over town-planning development of areas under their sovereignty.

Agreement signed for Tersefanou golf course

The construction of the long-awaited golf course at Tersefanou, near Larnaca in Cyprus, should get underway soon following the signing of an agreement yesterday between Med Golf and the state.

Cypriot developer reveals new marketing strategy

Cypriot developer Aristo has begun a new marketing strategy separating its existing stock from its new luxury projects.

CPAG update on transfer taxes and IPT

Earlier today CPAG, the Cyprus Property Action Group, issued an update regarding transfer taxes (Property Transfer Fees) and IPT (Immovable Property Tax)

Limassol marina weighs anchor

After more than 20 years of planning, proposals, legal wrangling and bureaucratic delays, construction work on the first of the five big marina projects in Cyprus may start in the next couple of months.

Golf course at Ayia Napa

The construction of a golf course at Ayia Napa on the east coast of Cyprus will be good for tourism and boost the area especially during the winter months, when the island offers good weather compared to northern European countries.

Cyprus marina progress reports

Following the news item on the marina planned for Larnaca, progress reports on the marinas planned for Ayia Napa, Limassol and Paphos have recently been published by Stockwatch.

Qatari investment deal collapses

It seems that the Qatari plans to invest in the development of a €500 million mixed-use real estate project in Nicosia may have collapsed

Cement sales confirm property problems

Further confirmation that the Cyprus property and construction sectors are facing serious problems came today with the release of domestic sales figures for cement by the Cyprus Statistical Service (CYSTAT).

Row erupts over Dolphin payout to Aristo

Dolphin Capital said it would pay €50 million in cash and the balance of €42.7 million through the issue of 133.1 million shares in Dolphin Capital to Aristodimou or his companies, based on an issue price of 30 pence a share.

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