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Saturday 4th July 2020
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Commission approves Cyprus’ airlines incentive scheme

The European Commission has approved a €6.3 million Cypriot incentive scheme towards airlines affected by the coronavirus outbreak, supporting tourism and possibly the overseas property market.

Cyprus property sales recovering

Property sales in Cyprus showed signs of making a recovery in June following the Government's easing of lockdown measures and its decision to subsidise housing loans.

Cyprus tightens grip on ‘golden passport’ scheme

Cyprus has not processed any passport applications of a foreign investor since January, pending the approval of tougher criteria regulating the Citizenship for Investment Scheme.

Guide to residency in Cyprus

This guide to residency in Cyprus for UK nationals has been issued by the British High Commission in Nicosia to explain the importance of obtaining or updating their residency status.

Cyprus to revoke passports of foreign investors

Nicosia is set to revoke Cyprus passports from at least 26 suspect investors as soon as the House of Representatives passes a law on tighter controls approved by cabinet earlier this week.

German lesson for Cyprus in real estate transactions

Cyprus is one of those countries that actively advertises its real estate market and offers additional perks that can come with the purchase – such as residence permit or even a passport.

Famagusta to finally get its golf course

Famagusta could have its first golf course within three years, as the €100 mln Ayia Napa Forest Golf project is expected to get the green light from environmental authorities after being rejected four times over eco concerns.

Cabinet extends town planning incentives

The cabinet on Wednesday decided to extend existing town planning incentives and introduce new ones in a bid to boost growth, Interior Minister Nicos Nouris announced.

Larnaca port and marina project delay to end soon

Larnaca port and marina redevelopment project has hit a four-month delay in signing contracts with MPs demanding an update from the government but officials said the wait will soon be over.

Cyprus property sales expected to stabilise

Industry experts expect property sales in Cyprus to stablise as the country emerges from the novel coronavirus crisis as there is every indication that sales will gradually return to pre-crisis levels