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Limassol’s options for a conference centre October 11, 2007

Posted by grhomeboy in Architecture Cyprus.
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Seven earlier sites for a 2,000-capacity conference centre in Limassol have been turned down by the public and private sector stakeholders in favour of seven new potential sites where the CyPounds 15-30 million [25.6-51.3 million euros] multi-purpose venue will be built.

The proposed sites are in the Enaerios area, the new marina (old port) and in Yermasogia. The initial sites had been selected through a consultation between the Cyprus Tourism Organisation [CTO], Limassol City Councils and the town’s Chamber of Commerce.

However, the project consultants from Greece found all of the criteria for the site selection, such as central location, easy access, services, parking, to be unsuitable in terms of planning and logistics. The study is now expected to complete by the end of the year while the CTO hopes that construction work on conference centre will start in 2009 or 2010.

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