The construction of a golf course in Ayia Napa is moving ahead, trying to raise the profile of a resort town desperately trying to rebrand its tourist product.
The state land, which is earmarked for the golf project in the Cavo Greco area, will be leased to Ayia Napa Forest Golf under specific conditions, according to Interior Minister Constantinos Petrides.
The minister, who responded in early March to a request by Green party MP Giorgos Perdikis, shared with Members of the House some of the conditions for leasing state land to the private company, which is basically a group of local hotel owners.
Petrides has come under fire recently after it emerged that local developers in Protaras were moving ahead with projects without clearing all legal issues, and some of them could be in violation of actual law.
The minister took action on Monday by issuing a call to…Read More On: CyprusDaily
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