The four-star development will provide job opportunities for residents amongst other things
According to SunOnline International, Kaashidhoo Member of Parliament (MP) Abdulla Jabir started the development of a tourist resort at the sandbank in Mathiveri.
The resort will have a total of 100 rooms, and the development process is moving forward rapidly, said MP Jabir to Sun.
“We are utilising screen technology a lot. Work on the resort is moving at a fast pace,” he said.
MP Jabir noted that the resort is scheduled for operation in February 2022, and it will be opened in phases. Under the first phase, more than 20 rooms will be developed to usable standards.
Furthermore, the resort’s electricity will be supplied by the STELCO Powerhouse in Mathiveri, achieved by linking a cable to the resort from the island.
Amongst other things, the resort will offer more job opportunities for Mathiveri residents.
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