The Cyprus property market is continuing its positive upward trend in the re-sale property market. Additionally, there is heightened activity by the developers securing a raft of new building permits. December 2016 showed that developers have secured more than 55% more building permits than were issued at the same time in the previous year. The building permits cover both the construction of single villas and multiple housing units which include apartments, semi-detached and townhouses.
The EAC aims to create the largest solar park in Cyprus, with an output of 20MW and aimed for completion in 2019, to contribute to Brussels’ 2020 target.
It is planned located the solar park between the British Bases and the Akrotiri wetland and the estimated cost is €20 million.
Celebrations here have been held on Saturday 28th January to start the Paphos 2017 European Capital of Culture. This is expected to bring 100,000's more visitors to Paphos to see the many functions and festivities – www.fitzgeraldcyprus.com shows the exciting and growing list of events.
The Carnival is a great popular festival which has been celebrated in Limassol and all over Cyprus for more than a hundred years.
Every year the Municipality of Paphos organizes numerous events in public places.
Paphos is celebrating its title as cultural capital of Europe for 2017, an honour it shares with Aarhus in Denmark and this year’s theme reflects that.
This year Cyprus Marathon will be held on Sunday March 5 with about 2,000 runners to take part in the four events: the Cyprus marathon, the half marathon, the 10km road race and the 5km fun run.
The event traditionally attracts amateur runners from all over the world, including club and occasional runners.
People turned out in their thousands to watch the official Pafos2017 capital of culture inauguration ceremony held at the town hall square on Saturday night.
For the next three years Paphos becomes the official representative of Cypriot culture for the whole of Europe.