With the summertime fast-approaching, Luštica Bay’s expanding residential community, guests and visitors spend the first weeks of June enjoying life as it should be , while the projects burgeoning vision continues to unfold towards becoming a reality.
Along with the arrival of the warm season, we are preparing a brimming calendar of activities for our visitors and homeowners to enjoy during the upcoming months. The past week we have given over to raise awareness about sustainable energy, protection of the environment, and ecological factors that are important for making the world around us a better place to live.
One of the most valuable commitments of Luštica Bay project is a pledge to developing a new, sustainable town and coastal community. A development covering less than 10% footprint of the total land bank enveloping a vast, 690 hectare space, green construction methods, energy efficiency, architecture of authenticity and cooperation with local communities and businesses, have all contributed to a responsible design that is consistent with The Parliament of the Republic on Montenegro’s “Declaration of the ecological state of Montenegro”.
As a result of this endeavour, Luštica Bay recently hosted an opening reception of Green Culture Forum 2017 on the territory of our evolving Marina Village. Official speakers on this event were Prince Nikola Petrovic II Njegos, Orascom Development Holding Board Chairman Samih Sawiris, Luštica Development CEO Darren Gibson, the Minister of Sustainable Development and Tourism Pavle Radulović, NGO Krug Creative Director Vesna Sokolovska Jovićević, Mayor of Tivat Municipality Snežana Matijević, as well as Marc Buckley, a Green Culture activist.
The key highlight of all speakers’ attention was an importance of preserving the environment, so that our children, and their children would have a decent life.
Ahead of the event, symbolic olive trees planting was organized on the territory of Maslina (translated as Olive) cluster in the Marina Village, and a smart solar bench was installed on the territory of the Luštica Bay project.
Within the corporate social responsibility ventures, Luštica Bay is making continuous efforts to help the community grow and progress, and is committed to support valuable projects in the community whenever this is possible. The recent cooperationwith KUD “Kadena”, a children folklore club from neighbouring Radovići village, was again renewed, with the club gathering other children folklore groups from Boka Bay region, for a day of celebration of county’s rich tradition and folklore heritage. Over 300 children from Tivat, Kotor and Herceg Novi region took part during the parade and the main program, and the representative of Luštica Development Company received a plaque for the contribution to this cause.
With the summer season now on the horizon, we recommend you use it wisely, explore new places, be brave for new adventures, and be sure to make a stop for the visit to Luštica Bay, the beating heart of coastal Montenegro!
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