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Valletta, To Be or Not To Be



 

Our capital city has seen much change over the past years with controversial issues and debates regularly highlighted, namely The City Gate demolition, The Roofless Theatre, The New Parliamen tbuilding, The Bus service, Parking scheme, and CVA among others.

Of all these controversies, one thing can be said… the City sure looks like a better place. A  place where business and culture are at the heart of the agenda.  A place where architectural natural beauty and history makes Malta proud. Many argue that all these issues have had a negative effect on business and that may be true, but many strongly believe that the suffering is close to the end and that all the sacrifices that the City burdened will be paying off soon enough.

Malta is heading to hold the European Presidency in 2017 and a year later will host the Cultural Capital of Europe known as V18. Preparations are underway to line up these historical events that will no doubt place Malta in the spotlight across Europe and the rest of the World.

The new government Shop scheme introduced earlier this year will hopefully start turning things around. Operators of shops that operate simply for the sake of not losing their premises will have a legal right to sublet, paving the way for new business and perhaps international brands.

For a long time now the Maltese seemed to have lost faith in their Capital City, in the beauty and diversity it has to offer. The general population of Malta’s Capital City has been on the decline for many years and even today many companies and professionals have chosen to move out.

A resurgence in the dining experience is evident however, a City needs life. It should be vibrant, exciting and busy not just in the day time but also at night. The change is subtle but its there, plainfor all to see.

The spot light is now on Valletta set to become European Capital of Culture 2018. Will it perform?

Could this be the next mile stone in Valletta’s history. We at Belair believe in Valletta and the potential it has to offer. We believe that Valletta is set to re-emerge from its shadows. Built by the Knights and left to its own devices, the time has now come for this generation to make its mark.

BELAIR and many of its clients both local and foreign are seeing the potential that this City has to offer, and look towards the future with great ambition. In recent months we have seen an increase

in activity for Valletta property be it residential property or commercial. We have had the opportunity to work with clients of varied interests looking to invest in Valletta, some aiming to offer boutique type tourist accommodation, others simply making it their home but each looking to leave their mark in a City with huge unexplored potential.

For this reason we strive to build a strong portfolio of Retail shops, Commercial premises and Residential properties. So, If you wish to be part of this, as a prospective client or if on the other hand you wish to lease or sell your property, let us help you find the right fit.