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Limassol looks to Marseille for inspiration

Limassol is seeking to take a leaf out of Marseille’s book in an effort to inject new life into the Aktaia Street area of the city and looks set to adopt the Marseille Euroméditerranée project.

Chinese investors boost construction sector

Purchases by Chinese investors in Cyprus property have contributed to the recovery of the island’s construction sector according to the president of Cyprus Association of Valuers and Property Consultants.

One sixth of properties not registered

Around one sixth of the 1.2 million properties in Cyprus were not registered with the Department of Lands and Surveys until the authorities carried out a revaluation exercise as part of the island’s bailout agreement.

Red light for Limni golf courses

The European Commission has put the brakes on the controversial Limni golf project following a caution from the EU in 2015 and a request for a conservation study to be commissioned into the effects of the project and surrounding areas.

Debt release orders secured

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.

Unlicensed pool owners in hot water

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.

Property tax unpaid by many large owners

Approximately half of all property owners whose properties are valued in excess of half a million Euros at 1980 prices have not paid their property tax analysis of the Tax Department data shows.

Paphos marina secures funding

The consortium awarded the contract for the construction of the Paphos marina has secured a letter from the Bank of Cyprus in which it guarantees to fund the entire project according to the president of the Paphos Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Threat to Paphos marina

A contractual dispute is threatening to derail Paphos marina following a demand by the contracting authority that the initial down payment by the consortium is submitted by November 10.

Developer fined for misleading home buyers

Pafilia Cyprus Property Developers has been fined €100,000 for mis-leading home buyers in a case that focused on the commercial practices that the company used in 2007 when selling apartments to them.

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