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At the beginning of May 2014, the Management Team of Ancient Sands Golfing Resort in El Gouna, near Hurghada, Egypt, held a site review meeting to see the progress on the Ancient Sands Golf Course and Buildings 1, 2 and 5.

Jeremy Sturgess, one of the key stakeholders in the project, during his visit commented, “We are thrilled with the progress on site and feel that it is going to be a smashing project. We are looking forward to the opening later this year and are glad to have many happy customers who have accepted their units”.

The Ancient Sands Golf Resort site visit was attended by Sturgess, Managing Director Adel Joseph, Sales Director Edward Hill and Product Director Martine Trebucq.

The review was of the common areas, internal apart hotel units and the clubhouse.

Edward Hill, International Sales & Marketing Director at Ancient Sands Resort said, “The progress is astounding especially in the face of the adverse political conditions we have faced over the past few years where many other projects have completely stopped, we have worked through and are very proud of this project.”

Source: Ancient Sands Resort, El Gouna, Egypt

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