There will be no ban on opening new apartments, the recategorization process is expected

first_img“This is not a ban initiative, nor is it being thought about and planned, but it is a matter of working well. We also talked about this at a meeting with representatives of the Family Tourism Association at the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, led by President Martina Nimac Kalcina, with the message that everyone in the destination, including family accommodation must participate and contribute to the creation of quality products”, The minister explained. “Given that, we are satisfied that it was said that there will be no ban or restrictions”, Said Nimac Kalcina and added that most private accommodation, approximately 70 percent, is categorized with three stars. Cappelli announced that this is why we should wait for the development and adoption of a new tourism development strategy, which will be a national plan for the sustainability of tourism, which will, among other things, define further procedures for family accommodation. Completion of the strategy is planned for this year. A statement by the tourism minister last week that the tourism ministry is considering a temporary ban or restriction on opening new apartments in a way that would allow cities and counties to restrict the opening of new apartments has raised a lot of dust among private renters. She pointed out that the Community absolutely agrees that for the sake of sustainable development, the destination should be diversified in relation to all types of accommodation and catering facilities, and local authorities should be empowered to make decisions that would affect the destination in that direction, but not prohibitions and restrictions, rather than other decisions and tools. Nimac Kalcina: We are satisfied that there is no ban and we imitate sustainable development The president of the Association of Family Accommodation at the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, Nimac Kalcina, believes that local units should decide for themselves in which direction to develop their destinations and take care of the equal ratio of all catering facilities, including family accommodation. He added that the meeting concluded that they will have the best information on everything after recategorization in the next three to four years, which will not only cover everyone from family accommodation, but also other types of accommodation in tourism. Reactions came from all sides, and social networks were “heated” by various comments. However, there will be no bans or restrictions on opening new apartments. Namely, at the meeting of the representatives of the Family Tourism Association at the Croatian Chamber of Commerce with Minister Gari Cappelli, it was concluded that private accommodation renters and those who intend to do so do not have to worry or fear work bans because they will not, but re-categorization which will cover everything, reports H1. Source: N1last_img read more

Stunning homes, even better city views

first_imgThe master ensuite at 46 Victoria St, Balmoral.The master bedroom has a walk-in robe and an ensuite with freestanding bath and dual basins, while the fifth bedroom has built-in robes. “With a variety of living spaces dedicated to both functional day-to-day living and entertaining this home has been intelligently designed to also take advantage of the beautiful Brisbane skyline,” Mr Marsden said. Also in Balmoral, a three-storey home with a pool and rooftop terrace offering city views is on the market. The living area at 7 Wentworth Pde, Balmoral.On the top level, the open-plan living, dining and kitchen area flows out to the front balcony. The kitchen has Elba marble benchtops, Miele appliances and butler’s pantry, while a fireplace separates the living and dining spaces.The master suite includes a walk-in robe and ensuite with freestanding bath and separate toilet. The open-plan living space at 46 Victoria St, Balmoral.On the ground floor of the two-storey home there are three bedrooms, with built-in robes, a bathroom, laundry and a rumpus room opening to the covered entertaining area and swimming pool. Upstairs, the open-plan living, dining and kitchen area flows out to the front deck with city views. The kitchen has stone benchtops, butler’s pantry, soft-close cabinetry and Meile appliances. The rooftop terrace at 7 Wentworth Pde, Balmoral.Sacha Hennessy of Place Paddington said the newly completed home at 7 Wentworth Pde was designed by Nick Muslin of NMDS Architecture and constructed by InForm Building Group.The property features a three-storey high void with Mooi pendent lighting, marble flooring and striking staircase. The dining area at 112 Enoggera Tce, Paddington.The master bedroom is on the top level and includes a dressing room, ensuite, study area, Juliette balcony and those beautiful city views. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus22 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market22 hours agoIn Balmoral, Justin Marsden and Garry Price, of Ray White East Brisbane, are marketing a new five-bedroom home with city and district views. The home at 7 Wentworth Pde, Balmoral.The basement level includes a four-car garage, lift, media room and wine cellar. On the ground floor there are three bedrooms, guest room with ensuite, laundry, bathroom and living and dining room opening to the entertainment area with outdoor kitchen and swimming pool. center_img The view from 46 Victoria St, Balmoral.The modern home at 46 Victoria St has open-plan living, plenty of space and high end features including French oak flooring, gas fireplace, lime washed Tasmanian oak stairs, ducted cooling and heating and in-ground swimming pool. The view from 112 Enoggera Tce, Paddington.IF BALMY nights and city light are on the must-have list for your next home, you can’t go past these Brisbane beauties. Soak up the views of the Brisbane CBD from the swimming pool of this six-bedroom home at 112 Enoggera Tce, Paddington. The kitchen at 112 Enoggera Tce, Paddington.On the lower level there is a family living area, reading space, atrium and a swimming pool with patio. There are also four bedrooms on this level and a fifth guest room with ensuite is on the second floor. The home at 112 Enoggera Tce, Paddington.Andrew Degn of Place Paddington is marketing the property as a home “without peer in the heart of Paddington”.The modern family home features stone, timber and glass throughout as well as open spaces and big windows. On the entry level, the home has open-plan living, including a kitchen with marble benchtops, flowing out to the outdoor entertaining area with built-in barbecue. last_img read more

Partey and Jordan axed from CAF player of the year list

first_imgBlack Stars duo Thomas Partey and Jordan Ayew have failed to make it into CAF’s 10 man shortlist for the 2019 African player of the year award after the first phase of voting was completed.The Atletico Madrid midfielder and Crystal Palace striker who have shown good form for both club and country were the only Ghanaians to make the initial 30 man shortlist.Egypt and Liverpool’s Mohammed Salah is currently the king of African Football after winning the last two editions of the prestigious individual accolade.However,his Liverpool teammate Sadio Mane is being heavily tipped to win the award this year after an impressive year that saw him lead Senegal to the Afcon final while topping his own goal-scoring numbers in the Premier League.Below are the 10 nominees for the CAF Player of the yearAndre OnanaHakim ZiyechIsmail BennacerKalidou KoulibalyMohamed SalahOdion IghaloPierre-Emerick AubameyangRiyad MahrezSadio ManeYoucef BelailiThe 10 man list will further be reduced to 3 ahead of the awards ceremony slated for  Tuesday, January 7th at the Albatros Citadel Sahl Hasheesh,Hurghada Egypt.last_img read more