Wednesday, January 23, 2019 - Our sales office located in the old police station of Baie du Cap had the privilege of hosting members of the CCIFM, their President, Catherine Dubreuil Mitaine, and Vice-President, Yannick Lauri, for the organization of the 6th Environment, Construction and Real-Estate Commission (commission ECI), and a visit of the Anbalaba real estate program in southern Mauritius.
Having traveled by minibus from their Ébène offices and other locations, our guests arrived in the hot summer sun of the great southern Mauritius. After having enjoyed refreshments, Cecilia explained the ground plan displayed: the wide Anbalaba avenue, the Anbalaba village and its shops, its hotel, its swimming pools, restaurants, activities, connections with the Baie du Cap village, as well as the residential sector with its various commodities: Apartments - Villas and Luxury Villas, placing a strong emphasis on the global concept of "new living space".
Visit of Anbalaba, the Southern Mauritius Real Estate Program
We then went on the field to enjoy the exceptionally beautiful vantage points throughout the site. We then walked to the site of the future apartments, stopping on location A18 of the real estate program. We enjoyed the shade provided by the trees as we admired the lagoon, the reef, the Morne peninsula and the Macondé rock.
Visiting the real estate program is an essential step to better understand the Anbalaba concept. By walking around the Anbalaba site, we realized that we were only 300 meters from the sea; the view is magnificent, and the surrounding nature is a major plus.
We are committed to introduce our real estate program to anyone interested, as Anbalaba is not your typical real estate program.
The ECI Commission (Environment - Construction - Property)
This commission was initiated by Lionel Magisson, creator of the Immodir estate agency network, John Taylor, Network Representative and Cecilia Robert, Associate Director – Bouigue Development.
The commission’s goal is to become an actor in the progress and development of our economy on Mauritius soil and gather as much information related to the different trades of the commission (Environment - Construction - Property) to inform members of the CCIFM. This commission is a trading post which acts as an information hub and ultimately a source of proposals for the various stakeholders.
In that respect, the commission strives to be a source of proposals to the government and its institutions - providing information to French individuals wishing to settle in Mauritius, and building bridges between the French, the CCIFM, the institutions and associations that revolve around these activities.
Are you interested, do you want to act, inspire discussion and “add another brick to the bastion”? If so, do not hesitate and register now by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org!