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Shine A Light: Dispute Heats Up Over Savusavu Land

A prime state land in Savusavu is now a source of controversy with some Savusavu residents.
03 Apr 2021 11:00
Shine A Light: Dispute Heats Up Over Savusavu Land
Arren Nunnink overlooking the undeveloped land leased by Helipro in Savusavu. Photo: Ivamere Nataro

A prime state land in Savusavu is now a source of controversy with some Savusavu residents.

The land is part of Nabauto. It is situated on the west end of Ganilau Park in Savusavu, Cakaudrove.

The leased land falls within the Savusavu Town boundary. It has an area of 1.5454 hectare.

The land was originally zoned to the Savusavu Town Council for a playing field.

However, a special lease was registered to helicopter company – Helipro (Fiji) Limited for a helicopter base and accommodation.

Five years on, no form of development has been made on the land. The land is still leased to Helipro…to read the full account from our Shine A Light Investigative Reporter and Editor Ivamere Nataro by subscribing to the Fiji Sun e-edition

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  • Shine A Light is the Fiji Sun Investigative Project


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