Medium-Term Development Plan

Projects to be implemented during the period 2017– 2021

1. Strategic Plan 2017-2037

The Board has signed a contract for the provision of services for the preparation of the Strategic Plan of the Sewerage Board of Limassol-Amathus (SBLA).

The object of the contract is the provision of services for the preparation of the financial model for the next twenty (20) years, as well as the preparation of the Board’s Strategic Plan, an implementation plan, quarterly budget reports and the provision of support services/supplementary services for the updating and upgrading of the contract’s deliverables for two years.  

The Strategic Plan  includes forecasts regarding financial issues expected to concern the Board over the course of the next 20 years. At the heart of this plan, which will be subject to constant revisions and updates, will be three-year development plans and provisional forecasts for the Medium-Term Development Plan.

2. Medium-Term Development Plan 2016-2021. Sewage charges for the period 2017-2021.

As noted above, the Board has prepared its 20-year Strategic Plan for the period 2017-2037.  It will be based on the above-mentioned new Strategic Plan 2017-2037 and will cover the period 2017-2021, in accordance with the projects that are planned for the next five years.

Given the changes to the Board of Directors of the Organisation as of 1/1/2017, the new five-year development plan, with the proposed outline of sewage charges for the period 2018-2022, has been approved, bearing in mind the challenges and the new reality described in the present Report.


Contract E14: Rehabilitation / renovation of central sewage collection pipe and rising mains. The project started in November 2019 and was completed in March 2021 while the total cost is to 8 million. With the successful completion of this innovative and award-winning project, the main sewage pipe of Limassol was relined internally with a special material and the result was to increase the lifetime of the pipe for another 50 years. The state-of-the-art method that was applied allowed the execution of the entire project without any excavations, in the minimum time and with zero accidents.