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SCC: No Word Yet On 83 Princes Road Developer

The proposed multi-million dollar development of the so-called luxurious apartment, No.1 Mansion, by a Chinese company on 83 Princes Road is constantly drawing bypasser remarks of its idle sate. Weeds
01 Jun 2015 10:33
SCC: No Word Yet On 83 Princes Road Developer

The proposed multi-million dollar development of the so-called luxurious apartment, No.1 Mansion, by a Chinese company on 83 Princes Road is constantly drawing bypasser remarks of its idle sate.

Weeds have started to take over the once cleared site with green picket-fenced and bold sign boards on this prime-located freehold piece of land.

Fiji Sun has constantly over the past few months tried to get comments from the developer Great Han International, but none have been obtained to date.

When asked what the update on this was, Suva City Council Director Engineering Vuli Tukana said: “There’s no further development on that one.

“We’re still waiting for the response from the investor.

“Normally when we give them planning approval it’s valid for two years. They have to submit their detailed plan within that period.”

It is almost a year since this happened. If planning approval deadline is not met, the investor will have to resubmit details before further development can take place.

In our recent reports, Great-Han International Company Limited was to introduce the unique apartment design to be offered by around the end of 2016.

The report in August the past year mentioned the company had secured final approvals after overcoming objections by some other property owners.

Great Han says each unit will be in safe hands leaving you free to enjoy the privacy by having independent entrance door card. 24 hours on-site security will also be provided.

Each unit is said to be furnished to five-star standards and there will be complimentary furniture packages, Great Han says.

Each unit can get a complimentary spacious outdoor patio about 45 square metres, which qualifies you to have a perfect view of the sunset.

SunBiz has been making numerous attempts to seek comments from the developers.

The property was previously well known as the site of an old wooden building housing the Mitchell Clinic run by doctors Rosemary and Robin Mitchell.

They are now in TappooCity.

Feedback: ranobab@fijisun.com.fj

 


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