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Friday, June 5, 2020

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30-year Paphos marina saga continues

The thirty-year saga of the Paphos marina continues with news that moves to study a proposal to create the marina at Kissonerga with docking facilities for cruise ships is about to get underway.

Pissouri landslide victims offered no compensation

Interior Minister reported to be angry with British victims of Pissouri landslide for complaining to the Cypriot and British media and offers no compensation to those affected; many homes now unfit for habitation.

Minister to visit collapsing Pissouri homes

Interior Minister Constantinos Petrides is due to visit Pissouri on Thursday to view the homes being destroyed by a landslide along with the Limassol District Officer, Director of the Geological Survey Department and Community Board members.

Single family clings on in Armou

One family hanging on in their crumbling home in Armou, trapped in a house which has had a ban order on it for the last eight years, is seeking legal recourse with the government and is taking them to court.

No more mockery it’s a landslide

The Pissouri Housing Initiative Group (PHIG) have issued a news release 'No more mockery, it's a landslide', in response to the Auditor-General's comments that the state had no obligation to compensate homeowners.

Slippage of stricken Tala development accelerates

Heavy rain has accelerated the land slippage on a doomed development in Tala, which consists of four apartments, two villas and eight townhouses; the developer has provided alternative properties.

Swimming pool laws set to hit tourism revenues

Barring a miracle, swimming pools in privately owned complexes, such as the Royal Seacrest in Kato Paphos, will remain closed this year affecting tourist revenues and local businesses.

Pissouri landslide MP plans after-dark visit

Victims of the landslide in the Limnes area of Pissouri are puzzled why MP Demitris Syllouris is planning to visit the area after dark when it will be impossible to see the destruction.

Locals fear for Coral Bay

Locals fear for the future of Coral Bay if developer's plans to build next to the blue-flagged area go ahead following a Government decision to allow a 2005 appeal by Leptos developers.

Leptos wins appeal to build next to Coral Bay

Cyprus property development company Leptos Estates has won an appeal to build next to the blue-flagged Coral Bay beach in Paphos; plans include the construction of 22 villas and services.

Owners of destroyed homes in Pissouri on BBC

Owners of devastated properties in the lakes (Limnes) area of Pissouri featured on the BBC One programme 'Inside Out South' broadcast on Monday 24th September 2018 at 19:30 (UK time)..

High-rise not needed in Paphos

Following last week's news that applications had been received for ten high-rise developments in Paphos, a 500 strong 'Movement to Save Paphos' group says there is no need for such construction in the District.

Paphos marina decision soon

A decision on Paphos marina, which has been stalled by bureaucracy and delayed by legal battles since an initial study was carried out almost 30 years ago, is due to be made in the coming weeks by a new committee appointed by the Council of Ministers.

Tempers run high at sea caves meeting

Tempers ran high at a Peyia sea caves meeting with the mayor Marinos Lambrou telling Astra Radio that a war had been declared war against the Pegeia municipality and lies and misinformation are being spread in the media.

Driven to poverty by Swiss franc loan

A British woman who bought a property in Cyprus with a Swiss franc loan and who is now swamped in a mountain of debt after her partner left and the loan repayments almost quadrupled speaks to the Cyprus Mail.

Decision on Paphos marina urged

George Stylianou, the community leader of Kissonerga village, has urged the government to make a decision as soon as possible over the long awaited Paphos marina that has effectively been in limbo since 2008.

Paphos marina appeal upheld

The twenty seven year saga of the Paphos marina continues following a ruling by the Supreme Court that the committee responsible for overseeing the marina tender process is unlawful.

Anger over sea caves development

A development of six 'luxury' properties in the sea caves area of Peyia in Paphos has enraged many people in the area as the destruction of Cyprus' environment and natural beauty continues.

Paphos marina – call for President to intervene

Kissonerga community council is drafting a letter calling on the president to intervene to ensure that the construction of the Paphos marina at Potima goes ahead as quickly as possible.

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.

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