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Controversial project receives green light, despite objections

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Despite objections, SIT Land Holdings will go ahead with its smart city project at Le Bouchon in partnership with an international firm, Defi reported.

SITLH’s participation in the project will be land contribution (68.5 hectares including 8.5 hectares of beachfront land leased from the State.

The Shareholders’ Agreement has reportedly been signed and an application for a Smart City Scheme Certificate has been submitted to the Economic Development Board.

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