The “master plan” of the Heritage City project has been revealed yesterday afternoon, February 18, by the minister of good governance, Roshi Bhadain.
Heritage City, meant to comprise a new city to accommodate for governmental administrative buildings, will extend over a 145-hectare piece of land situated in Ebene. US$ 820 million will be invested to make of the project a reality.
The office of the prime minister as well as the ministry of good governance together with 7 other ministries will shift to Heritage City. These buildings will be costing US$ 375 million.
Minister Roshi Bhadain said in a statement reported by DefiMedia.info that they have communicated a request for investment to the government of Saudi Arabia and are waiting for a response. If it is refused, Mauritian banks have already expressed their interest in the project.