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Groundworks For Proposed Sovi Bay Resort Begins

Along with the proposed Sovi Blue Bay Resort, the company also plans to develop up-market residential beach front lots and a proposed Chinese style residential zone.
10 Apr 2021 12:41
Groundworks For Proposed Sovi Bay Resort Begins

The landscaping works on the proposed Sovi Blue Bay Resort project has begun.

The proposed project along the Sovi Basin in Vatukarasa, Nadroga belongs to the Chinese company, Datang Agricultural Exchange Centre Pte Limited. The project was on hold for more than three years.

Visits and queries made to the company as to why the project was on hold remained unanswered.

Along with the proposed Sovi Blue Bay Resort, the company also plans to develop  up-market residential beach front lots and a proposed Chinese style residential zone.

It is understood that the developers have proposed to build 32 x two bedroom private villas plus 100 rooms in a two to three storey building.

A map showing the proposed Sovi Blue Bay Resort site and residential property development.

A map showing the proposed Sovi Blue Bay Resort site and residential property development.

Meanwhile, Minister for Commerce, Trade, Tourism and Transport Faiyaz Koya recently said they are not letting the border closures hamper the determination we have, in terms of making Fiji the ideal investment destination.

Fiji the ideal investment  destination

“In fact, during this period, we have expedited and prioritised reforms so that Fiji continues to be a competitive and preferred trade and investment destination.

“The Fijian Government is undertaking reforms, which includes legislative reviews, especially modernisation of the investment law, streamlining and digitalisation of approval systems and processes.

“As the Minister responsible for trade and investment, I’m personally involved in the helm of all the on-going changes.

“I’m proud to say that Fiji is one of the pioneering Pacific nations, engaged in such rigorous reforms to realign and move towards digitalisation.”

The Fijian Government has set the path to create a sustainable economy.

“An economy, which is able to accommodate a dynamic private sector and investors, facilitate capital and new technology, support diversification into new sectors, which feed into the global value chain.”

Feedback:  maraia.vula@fijisun.com.fj



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