Investors are launching an online protest amid ongoing disputes over access and services at a luxury Bahrain housing development.
Reef Island, the $1.5-billion man-made island project off the Manama coast, hit the headlines last m
Bahrain's Reef Island Home Owners Union (HOU) has called for an urgent settlement of a dispute with the chairman of LuLu Tourism Company (LTC), the master developer of Reef island.
LTC prevented a number of owners, investors a
Porta Reef Real Estate Development Company will be ready to hand over units to owners by end of the year, with construction work by Al Kooheji Construction ahead of schedule and almost completed.
'We are delighted to see that the proje
Lulu Tourism Company recently celebrated achieving one million hours without a lost time accident at the work site of its Reef Island project.
To mark the occasion, Elias Karaan, general manager of Lulu Tourism Company, presented a plaque
Work on the $1.3 billion Reef Island project is to be completed by 2010, according to officials.
Located near Bahrain Financial District on Northern Manama beachfront, the Island project site has become an ant-like colony, with more than 1
The launch of the Reef Island marketing tent in Bahrain is set for March 2008.
This gives everyone a glimpse of what the island has on offer. It also allows the media to witness first-hand chairman Robert Mouawad’s vision through a state-o
Venture Capital Bank (VC-Bank) will invest $1 billion in the Middle East and North Africa by the end of this year with more than 25 per cent of the investment planned in Bahrain.
The new projects include a $150 million Reef Island developm
Reef Island has started phase one of construction which includes 14 buildings, 20 villas and 49 beach villas.
The man-made residential island development is worth $1.3 billion and due to be fully complete by November 2010, reported Gulf Da
Infrastructure work on the BD470 million ($1.3 billion) Reef Island luxury residential project in Bahrain is on schedule for completion in February next year.
This includes BD15 million work on roads, electricity grids, water supply, sanit