The group on Monday had a meeting with the Provincial People’s Committee on its investment plans for the resort.
FLC’s deputy general director Dang Tat Thang said they worked with foreign consultancy firms and conducted over 10 surveys at Tien Phong, Hai Don and Lu beaches in the province over the past three months.
According to the investment plan, the complex would cover an area of 460ha and include 24 international standard constructions of 18-hole golf courses, a hotel and condotel with 1,000-2,500 rooms, a 1,000-seat international convention centre, villas, a shop house, a park, adventure sports and camping.
The FLC group asked the People’s Committee and relevant agencies and departments to facilitate the group in securing land clearance. It plans to begin construction in March 2018.
Speaking at the meeting, Nguyen Xuan Duong, deputy secretary cum chairman of the People’s Committee, lauded the investment plan and said it would give the province a new appearance and help promote tourism in the future.
He assigned the relevant agencies to quickly complete procedures to ensure the project’s progress.
At the meeting, FLC also donated VND9 billion to help people affected by the recent storm in the province.