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Ministry Rules That Dubrovnik To Decide On Golf Park Development

Croatia’s Ministry of Administration has ruled that a referendum the residents of Dubrovnik held earlier this year to oppose the building of a golf park has been successful.

“Are you for the adoption of the urban development plan which, along with the construction of a golf course, allows for the construction of accommodations with beds (villas, hotels and apartments) on the plateau of the hill Srd?” was the question that gathered over 9,000 signatures against and means now that the multi-million euros project is in doubt.

Dubrovnik must now hold a referendum with the question now being if the Golf development project will go ahead or not.

Golf Park Dubrovnik is intended to be an elite golfing destination, which will include an 18 and 9 hole golf course, sports centre, hotel, tennis courts, a horse-riding club, parks, galleries, cycling and running tracks, swimming pools, cafes, restaurants, bars and parks and more.

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