The city of Umag is selling an attractive plot of land for the construction of a hotel

first_imgYou can download the full text of the Public Tender and the accompanying graphic attachment HERE The City of Umag has announced a public tender for the sale of real estate owned by the City of Umag for the construction of a hotel. The land is located next to the tennis courts, ie the tennis center Stella Maris, where the Blue Lagoon Croatia Open Umag is held, the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in Croatia and the region. It is also possible to build an accommodation catering building of the hotel type, which, in addition to rooms for accommodating guests, may also have rooms for providing other services that form a spatially functional and content unit with the accommodation service. In addition to the hotel, on the same building plot can be built and accompanying facilities for catering and tourist purposes (outdoor pool, sports, recreation, service, entertainment and similar facilities that with the service of accommodating guests form a functional and meaningful whole.  The part of the cadastral parcel that is put up for tender and on which the construction of the hotel is planned is located in an attractive place at a distance of about 1500 m from the city center and on the sea, within the scope of the planned building plot T1_2. 350 beds, according to the provisions of the Ordinance on classification, categorization and special standards of catering facilities from the group of hotels (NN56 / 16), writes in a public tender.last_img read more

VIDEO: EPL Boxing Day team news as Hazard could return for Chelsea and Guus Hiddink

first_imgSATURDAY(All kick-offs 3pm UK time unless stated) Stoke City v Manchester United Stoke are without a handful of players due to hamstring complaints: Stephen Ireland, Peter Crouch, Geoff Cameron and Marc Muniesa. Bastian Schweinsteiger is absent for Manchester United serving the final game of a three-match ban.Aston Villa v West Ham United Captain Micah Richards is again missing for Aston Villa with a knee injury. Andy Carroll could return for West Ham.Bournemouth v Crystal Palace Josh King is unavailable for Bournemouth with a hamstring injury, meaning Glenn Murray could deputise again. Crystal Palace are without Bakary Sakho and Dwight Gayle.Chelsea v WatfordEden Hazard could be available for Guus Hiddink’s first game in his second spell as interim Chelsea manager. Nathan Ake is ineligible to play for Watford against his parent club.Liverpool v Leicester Danny Drinkwater is expected to miss the match for Premier League leaders Leicester. Liverpool will welcome Simon Mignolet back between the posts. Manchester City v Sunderland Vincent Kompany is poised to return for Manchester City. Sunderland are without Younes Kaboul, who was ruled out for several weeks with a hamstring problem.Swansea City v West Bromwich AlbionWayne Routledge has shrugged off a knee injury to make the Swansea squad. Salomon Rondon and James McClean start their three-game bans for West Brom after the pair were sent off in the 2-1 defeat against Bournemouth.Tottenham v Norwich Tottenham have Ryan Mason available again after he recovered from an ankle injury. Andre Wisdom is “touch and go” to make the Norwich side.Newcastle v EvertonPapiss Cisse is a major doubt for Newcastle. Everton quartet Phil Jagielka, Steven Pienaar, James McCarthy and Bryan Oviedo are pencilled in for a festive return – but this clash may come soon.Southampton v ArsenalSouthampton are sweating on the fitness of Maarten Stekelenburg , who has a toe complaint. Alexis Sanchez has suffered a setback in his return from a hamstring injury and will not feature for Arsenal. VIDEO PREVIEWClick here to watch Gary Al-Smith preview the games for the Joy News channel. – Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more

Looking-ahead to this weekend’s High On Ice Winter Festival

first_imgJordan goes on to credit “the diverse group of people” that sat on the High On Ice Committee in ensuring there was a “something for everybody.” This group includes NEAT, the local Cadets, ArtSpace, Pacific Sport and city staff to name a few.“We don’t want to just target one specific group,” explains Jordan. “We want everybody in the community to feel welcomed to this event, so by having all of these diverse community groups involved, they kind of offer something for everybody.”The event kicks off Friday, February 6 2015 in Centennial Park at 6:00 p.m. with free hot chocolate provided by the Canadian Grind, and while the official closing ceremonies will take place on Sunday, February 8, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. at Centennial Park with the Fire and Ice component; the free swim, horse sleigh rides and ice slides will still be available to the public on Monday.“It’s suppose to be a cold one,” Jordan concludes. “So if anybody plans on going out and doing anything throughout the weekend, make sure to dress warm.”Advertisement “We have a good theme and really, really amazing sculptures to go with it,” Recreation Programmer Marissa Jordan says of this year’s Canada Winter Games theme.There are a couple new things on the program this year, according to Jordan, and these include the soup stock, extra children’s activities on Toboggan Hill, and new sports activities being hosted by Pacific Sport.Other elements to High On Ice include horse drawn sleigh rides, toboggan, snowshoe, and mountain bike races, the Mukluk Bonspiel Tournament, “Laugh Your Ice Off” comedy show, birdfeeder craft with ArtSpace, Family Day at the pool, and of course the extravagant ice sculptures created by international professionals.- Advertisement -“Instead of hiding in our houses and getting cabin fever, we want to try to encourage people to get out and experience the city, and embrace the winter,” Jordan says of the festival’s Celebrate Northern Living tagline.Jordan also says there are some High On Ice events taking place in Charlie Lake for those who may want to venture outside city limits.“Charlie Lake host our Ice Fishing Derby… and the Crystal Cup Pond Hockey is at Charlie as well, and the Over the Line Softball,” Jordan goes on to say. “So that’s a nice little pod of activities going on in Charlie Lake.”Advertisementlast_img read more