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Port plans

Salaseini Moceiwai
Saturday, July 19, 2014

ACTING commissioner northern Alipate Bolalevu says they have submitted their plans to the FRA on the proposed multi-million dollar international seaport at Middle Point in Macuata.

He yesterday said the FRA would facilitate the construction of the proposed project.

"The plans have been submitted to the authority as they are the ones who have been tasked to oversee the construction of the project," Mr Bolalevu said.

The government earlier allocated $5million for the construction of the port of entry in Naduri.

FRA CEO Neil Cook said further planning was done on the project.

"A feasibility study was conducted and a report has been compiled," Mr Cook said.

"Further planning took us quite some time as we had other prioritised projects to complete in the North."








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