Title: Investment for 200 million leva in Dobrinishte.
Date: 27-10-2007

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Description: The Investor of “Ski Zone Dobrinishte” – Orbel Development shall start the project after meeting the inhabitants of the town – announced the Executive Director of the company Angel Velev. Orbel was established for managing the project and as partners with equal shares in the company participate the Austrian Investment Fund Norema and the Bulgarian Construction Company Galchev Engineering Group JSC.
The start of the project became possible after the court registration of the company was issued last week. After several stormy meetings came to no decision the Municipal Council chose Norema and Galchev Engineering Group for investors of the project. “We are ready to start the investigation and planning straight away”, announced Velev. The company shall rely on the partnership with the local municipal companies and all interested citizens of Dobrinishte.
The management of the company shall arrive tomorrow in Dobrinishte to present and discuss the main stages of the project with the citizens. At the meeting shall be present 15 experts involved in the work of this enormous project. In the project are included specialists in planning, design and construction of ski projects.
The investigation activities start tomorrow, and the experts shall make an inspection of the area with a helicopter and shall see the terrain with jeeps. “The meetings with the citizens of Dobrinishte shall be part of the whole process, as we count on the constant dialogue with them”, said Nikolay Galchev, Executive Director of Galchev Holding JSC. According to him this is the only way a balanced project to be proposed in the interest of all people.
The Investor envisages the parameters of every stage to be discussed with the local people.
The team of IVIS – Project and Design Ltd, with Manager Architect Emil Lekov, is working on the General Structure Plan of the ski zone and the town. The expected investments are about 200 million levs, and the area is about 9 000 hectares.
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