International Construction Consortium, (ICC) one of Sri Lanka’s leading contractors has incorporated a flexible payment plans to their ongoing residential project Mount Clifford Residencies Homagama.
This is an initiative taken to allow potential home owners to procure prime properties in the condominium space.
Offering the entire urban living package for an unmatchable offer, investors are presented with a convenient payment scheme to purchase an 870 Sq Ft apartment that comes along with a series of facilities and amenities.
Apartments at Mount Clifford Residencies, Homagama consists of two bedrooms, two washrooms, of which one is en-suite, a living room, kitchen and a balconies that makes way for natural ventilation. Spread over two towers rising up to six floors each on a two acres land, mount Clifford residencies entails facilities such as a well-equipped gymnasium, swimming pool, herbal garden, jogging track, relaxing area, community room and 24 hour security amongst others. Investors are now able to acquire the high Return on Investment (ROI) property through strategically structured and secured payment plan.
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Sampath Sofa Manufacturing Company Dibbadda Panandura will invest over Rs. 40 million to construct a modern cushion latex form factory.
Chairman Managing Director, Sampath Sofa, Sampath Fonseka said that with most of the latex form is imported and in some instances the quality is questionable. “Due to this Sofas tend to shrink.”
He said that manufacturing latex form locally would also result in saving huge forex to the country and the price of Sofas in the local market too would come down making the product affordable even to a low income family.
He said that he has already obtained land for this project and he is in the process of importing machinery. “The latex form factory will also increase my value addition to almost 80%.”
Fonseka said that once the factory is operating from next February he also hopes to open his own show room in Colombo and would intensify his exports to Australia and the Gulf when the corona pandemic settles. “For the first time in Sri Lanka I will also introduce the ‘sofa trading concept’ from mid next year.”