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Shopping complex for town

Luke Rawalai
Friday, August 01, 2014

CONSTRUCTION of the proposed Damodar City complex in Labasa is expected to begin in 2015.

A statement from the company said work would only commence after all regulatory approvals for the construction of the movie and shopping complex was obtained.

The statement further said the completion date of the project was yet to be established because this would be discussed with contractors.

"Damodar North Limited has an agreement to lease from the Director of Lands," the statement said.

"We are now waiting for the formalisation of the lease to take place.

"There has been no construction works on the identified site yet."

The statement said preliminary planning with various stakeholders such as the Fiji Roads Authority, Public Works Department, Fiji Electricity Authority and the Lands Department was in progress.








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