The Parliamentary Secretary for Sport, Recreation and Voluntary Organizations Clifton Grima together with the Chief Executive Officer of SportMalta Mark Cutajar, visited the ongoing works on the building known as ‘1903’ and the project of Chain Link Fencing surrounding an extensive part of the site with a total investment of around € 600,000.
Parliamentary Secretary Clifton Grima explained how the Marsa Sports Complex and its surroundings will be transformed into an international level sports hub which will be divided into four zones and will include sports facilities for various sports disciplines including gymnastics and weightlifting.
He stressed that in another area, the land will be used primarily for world-class facilities related to horse racing, equestrian sports, training areas and stables. Ancillary facilities within this area may include grandstand, clubs, assembly and entertainment.
The Parliamentary Secretary said that in another area the land will be related to golf facilities and a golf academy and there will be an area that will include facilities related to the sports disciplines of tennis, squash and cricket.
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