Limassol high-rise development: allowed three floors, asking for 18

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The planning incentives offered the government to boost development has resulted in applications requesting far more floors than is legally permissible, Phileleftheros reported on Saturday. 

A recent example is the request by a company to erect two buildings 18 and 16 metres high in Pyrgos, Limassol in an area where the maximum height allowed is three metres. 

The proposed development will comprise 87 flats in total, outdoor swimming pools, playgrounds for children, a gym and green areas. The company also said that in Block A there will be a communal...


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Limassol high-rise development: allowed three floors, asking for 18


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