The project managers at Obelisk
International have taken great lengths to source investment properties that
are lucrative as well as adopting an environmentally friendly approach to the
construction and development. Climate change and global warming is in the news
almost on a daily basis and with heightened interest in ecotourism, many countries,
particularly developing and emerging countries, are now investing heavily in
a bid to capture the eco-market.
A study produced by the World Wildlife Fund in 2006 concluded that the increasing
Co2 omissions will eventually deplete our much needed biological resources.
The report continued to say that if omission levels continued to rise we would
ultimately need three planets to support the population. In a statement, Hilary
Benn, Secretary of State for International Development said. "We have to
work with all countries to combat climate change, and getting an agreement on
a carbon emissions goal is vital." He also brought home the message that
an increase in Co2 from the worlds industries are contributing to the earths
Sir Richard Branson, who recently made his second island purchase in the Caribbean,
has plans to turn it into a carbon neutral environment within nine months. All
buildings on the Island will be constructed from local sustainable materials
and powered by natural resources. "If I am going to be out there trying
to get other people to get their houses in order, I've got to get my own house
in order," he commented. He is now promoting ways in which the travel industry
can achieve a balance between protecting the planet and sustaining profits.
Obelisk International, through its comprehensive due diligence and research
commitments has unearthed a development, in Bulgaria, which meets the eco-objective
perfectly. Seven Lakes is situated within the beautiful Rila Mountains, a location
which provides a clean, healthy and unpolluted atmosphere. With this in mind,
care has been taken to ensure that local materials, which require minimal transportation,
are sourced to include local stone and wood. The developers are working closely
with the market leading CarbonNeutral Company to reduce the Co2 omissions to
work against climate change and harmful green house gases. In addition Seven
Lakes observes the guidelines set out by the World Wildlife Fund.
The Seven Lakes development boasts assurance of high quality, state of the
art technology, a healthy environment, excellent potential for capital growth
and outstanding rental opportunities. Seven Lakes is a well situated development
for numerous activities including golf and ski resorts in particular, which
are all within close proximity. Added to this the Seven Lakes development is
located within commuter distance of Sofia and as such open to the lucrative
executive weekender and second home market created by Sofia's development as
base camp for many powerful Multi-National companies.
Sales & Marketing director of Obelisk International Kevin Prior commented".
The AECB (The Association for Environment Conscious Building) recently stated
that CO2 emissions from buildings represents 50% of the UK's total (excluding
airlines) this illustrates the impact that developments such as these can have
on an environmental level. Not only will the project represent a strong investment
opportunity for its buyers but it will also demonstrate an ethical approach