New €2 million event venue coming to Larnaca-Where will it be located and what will it include?

Larnaca and more specifically the Municipality of Aradippou will soon be further enriched with a new event venue.

The proposed development with an estimated cost of €2 million has already received the "green light" from the Environment Department.

In more detail, the proposed development concerns the construction and operation of a multi-purpose event space and a centre for the organisation of social, educational and free activities that will consist of a ground floor reception building.


According to the project's owner, the original design provided for the construction of a building with shops, a cafeteria and an exhibition space, an event hall, and a chapel dedicated to Ayia Photou (Saint Photini or Photou).

The proposed project’s development lots fall within a residential zone that allows building of up to three stories. It will also include 56 outdoor parking spaces, five of which are reserved for people with disabilities.

It is noted that, within the development plots, there are two abandoned buildings, one of which will be demolished and the other which will be renovated and used.


The proposed development will consist of the existing 5.75 meter high building to be renovated, which will include shops, a cafeteria and sanitary facilities, the new building which is an extension of the existing one and will be the 7 meter high banquet hall and the Chapel of Agia Photou at a height of 6.15 meters.

The development is located approximately 350 meters southeast of the Rizoelia roundabout and 1.1 km west of the residential core of the Municipality of Aradippou.

According to the project’s timeline, construction work will begin with the issuance of all necessary permits and will be completed approximately 24 months later.


(Source: InBusinessNews)

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