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Mayor Andreas Christou weighs in on the ‘rise of the Limassol high-rise’ [Video]

Incumbent Andreas Christou

With Limassol’s skyline rapidly changing and new buildings up to 37 floors high under development, the issue entered the public arena full-force a last month when the Scientific and Technical Chamber’s Limassol District Committee, the Department of Planning and Housing, the Limassol Municipality and the Cyprus Architects Association organised a panel discussion on ‘Tall Buildings’.

The aim was to inform and develop a policy dialogue around high-rise buildings and how they would affect the city of the future.  Here, Limassol Mayor Andreas Christou weighs on the ‘rise of the Limassol high-rise’ in an interview with the Cyprus Mail.

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