A new project at the crossroads of neighboring residential areas , Grand Bay - Merville , Cap Malheureux and Grand Gaube . These individual villas are close to all amenities in an area that is currently experiencing major developments: RES projects, residential complexes and many other...
The project site offers panoramic views of the Port Louis mountain range south and east, and north, with spectacular scenery of the ocean. By the originality of its beautiful landscape and its natural surroundings, pleasant and relaxing; these luxurious Villas naturally lend themselves to an accessible and low-density development. A key element of this proposed development lies in its exclusive attributes, isolation and tranquility.
The project approved by the Board of Investment of Mauritius include the development of 16 luxury villas on freehold land with an area of 13,886 m2. It will be located in Petit Raffray, Rivière du Rempart, Mauritius.
Design, Quality and Sustainability
Any new development will keep and raise the peculiarity and attractiveness of the district in order to promote residential premises and attractive and accessible professionals that provide quality of life. These Villas comply with national urbanization policy of the provisions of the 'Planning Policy Guidance' (PPG) on the development RES (Real Estate Development Scheme Regulations 2007).
Symbolic plant found in India temple entrances, frangipanes are pleasantly fragrant flowers which is made into necklaces for honeymooners, or that we offer to tourists when they arrived in the tropics. This flower combines beauty and exoticism.
For this project, the architects were inspired by the same principles.
• An appropriate design standard regarding the density, height, mass and scale, and improving the level of an unhealthy environment.
• Maintain and improve the condition of historic buildings and urban landscape, strengthen the identity of the town and its exclusive features.
• Protect and enhance green spaces and outdoor places of urban surrounding areas, sites with significant landscapes, regions sensitive environment, and buffer zones land / sea.
• Rehabilitate sites fallow and underutilized, and optimize the use of built and abandoned sites.
The points raised above highlight not only the overall adequacy of the proposed development to employee development strategy by the District, but also an appreciation for the growth of development, while contributing to a sustainable future for the local community.
In addition, the development project will attract foreign investment that will participate since the regeneration of the area.