Saturday, January 19, 2019

Eurocity developers ask permission to break airport height restrictions

Eurocity is a planned 70 metre tall development in the Europort area

PICTURED: Seventh and final storey of Gibraltar’s World Trade Center goes up

THE seventh and final storey of Gibraltar’s World Trade Center is now in place. Set to be the Rock’s new world-class business hub, the shape of...

Hotel development for sale on site of old Risso Bakery

The 50-bedroom development, complete with lounge bar, restaurant and terrace, has a reserve price of £4 million

Berths at Mid-Harbour Small Boats Marina will not be allocated to anyone with arrears

It comes after the Principal Auditor slammed a ‘weak recovery rate’ of rent arrears

Political battle over £6 million worth of uncollected government rent arrears

It comes after the Principal Auditor lambasted the weak recovery on rent arrears

Gibraltar tops list of 14 worldwide territories in which to live

The Rock’s buoyant economy ‘could propel Gibraltar onto the circuit of the global wealthy’, a new report reveals

How to sell a property in Gibraltar

Lorraine Laguea, Director of NP Estates, reveals her golden tips

1,700 new homes for Rock

The homes will be built at Hassan Centenary Terraces and Bob Peliza Mews

Gibraltar’s housing waiting lists cleared

Only a few people in search of single-room properties have failed to get properties

Sand Dune House awarded certificate of fitness

Residents are now set to start moving into the estate, at Beach View Terraces, by the end of January

Topping-out ceremony performed at World Trade Center Gibraltar

More than 150 people witnessed the Chief Minister unveil an engraved sign at the tallest part of the building to celebrate the completion of the superstructure

Buying your kitchen in Gibraltar

William Amey of 101 explains the potential problems with buying your kitchen in Spain

Picardo vows to support Calpe House

The facility for Gibraltarians receiving hospital treatment in London recently acquired new buildings, and an appeal has now been launched to convert them into 38 en-suite bedrooms

Property specialist claimes the driving force behind the Rock’s market is the sale of off-plan units

Louis Montegriffo, managing director of BMI Group, added that the lack of real ‘available’ stock continues to cause an increase in prices
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Happy house hunting on the Rock

Gibraltar businessmen Andy and John Hunter have now set their sights on the luxury property market

Concerns raised over Eurocity development

The planned development, on Europort Avenue, is set to include 400 homes

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