Property For Sale Ħad-Dingli,Malta

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2 bed Property for sale

Aramis Ranch for sale in Dingli Malta

$5,438,023 | £3,911,746 | €4,500,000
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Aramis Ranch for sale in Dingli Malta Euro Resales Property iD: 9826431 Property Location Aramis Ranch Dingli Malta Property Details in terms of a sound investment, Aramis Ranch (including neighbouring land) is unique in that it benefits from such rural surroundings, together with the educational establishment permit in place. Both owners are happy to remain involved and supportive should the new owner wish to continue with their view of an equine assisted learning centre. Both have good knowledge of the property; one owner is well versed in iT and is able to support with promotion and marketing and au fait with the Maltese ways of doing things. The other owner is very experienced in horsemanship and takes a therapeutic and holistic approach to horsemanship. Having trained in the UK, she is very experienced and skilled. in terms of the investment meeting the relocation requirements for Malta, the business plan for the equine centre will work well in terms of foreign investment in Malta. There is also a charitable element, where the owner has already sourced her own information around working with orphans and having them spend 1/2 days with the horses under her instruction and care and the possibility of using the premises as part of the Community Payback for existing prisoners has also been looked at to see how viable this is. Both of these propositions encourage a charitable and humanitarian element to the proposal. The property can be enjoyed as a residence, but is also listed as an educational establishment and can be used both as residential accommodation for students, or as a family home where the business is run from. There is a reservoir within the grounds, this has a permit to allow it to become a POND. This permit is better than a pool permit as the reservoir is 8ft deep so remains a lot cooler. it will need developing to become a pond if to be used for relaxing or swimming in. Permits can be obtained to make it into a pool, but do exist for a pond. There are indoor stables that are separated to the office via a temporary gypsum wall. This can all be made into a large open plan space or, due to the windows being placed well, this can make 2 separate small residences that could sleep 4-6 persons with a shared living area and kitchen facilities. Three options by which foreign nationals can enter Malta to set up business and the benefits therein. The bigger plan for Aramis Ranch as a business opportunity: Class 2C permit allows premises to be used as educational institution. ideal for: Equine Assisted Learning Centre providing: * Respite for children/adults with learning or physical disabilities - on-site residential premises to allow residential stays with the holistic therapeutic approach - sufficient accommodation to support parents who also may wish to stay - benefits may be that both UK and Malta government are able to support residential therapy with funding * Scholarship - There are currently no riding schools in Malta that are subject to ongoing monitoring, therefore Maltese children will not be recognized when they have exceptional horsemanship skills - a scholarship would remedy this, plus this could be offered to overseas students who would make use of the school for a fee - benefits for this is that it will encourage support of Maltese government, which works with Maltese Citizenship for exceptional Services by investment * Competitions - currently no gymkhanas, dressage competitions held in Malta - benefits of bringing foreign investment using Aramis Ranch to hold such events, including the invitation of foreign riders and their horses to compete Maltese Citizenship for exceptional services by investment: This program allows for the grant of a certificate of naturalization as a citizen of Malta to any foreign individuals and their families who contribute to the economic development fund of Malta and meet the requirements of the program. Successful candidates will be awarded Malta citizenship, which automatically includes EU citizenship, thus giving the right of establishment in all EU countries and Switzerland. Other benefits include the ability to set work and/or set up business in Malta and visa-free travel to more than 160 countries and the USA. Eligibility: * Must be at least 18 years old; * Proof of residence in Malta for a period of 36 months, provided that this period may by exception be reduced to a minimum of 12 months subject to an exceptional direct investment to be effected prior to the issue of the certificate; * An undertaking to purchase a residential property (minimum value €700,000; * An undertaking to carry out an exceptional direct investment in Malta in accordance with these regulations; * An understanding to donate, prior to the issue of the certificate, a minimum of €10,000 to a registered philanthropic, cultural, sport, scientific, animal welfare or artistic non government organization or society. 1) A person may apply for a certificate of naturalization under the regulations if that person: a) Undertakes to take the oath of allegiance to the Republic of Malta and to abide by the Constitution of Malta; b) Undertakes to promote the fundamental and democratic values of the Republic of Malta; c) Undertakes to support the Maltese Community in the spirit of social justice and equity; d) Satisfies the requirements prescribed under these regulations. 2) in addition to the qualifications set out in regulation 5(1), a person may apply for a certificate under these regulations if that person; a) Has rendered an exceptional contribution to the Republic of Malta; b) Has rendered an exceptional contribution to humanity, or; c) is of exceptional interest to the Republic of Malta; d) is willing to contribute through an exceptional direct investment in the economic and social development of the Republic of Malta. A person is disqualified from applying if: a) He or any of his dependents was indicted of an offence before an international Criminal Police Organisation (interPol) or EuroPol; b) Listed with the international Criminal Police Organisation (interPol) or EuroPol; c) Actual or potential threat to national security, public policy or public health of Malta; d) Charged with, or found guilty of, crimes related to - terrorism, money laundering, funding of terrorism, crimes against humanity, war crimes, crimes that infringe upon such protection of Human Rights and fundamental freedoms; e) At any time charged with, or found guilty of, any criminal offences that disturb the good order of the family - paedophilia, defilement of minors, rape, violent indecent assault, inducing persons under age to prostitution and abduction; f) They, or any of their dependents have, at any time, been found guilty of, or at any time during the processing of this application, has been interrogated or is suspected of, or has criminal charges brought before them for any criminal offence punishable with more than one (1) year's imprisonment, other than an involuntary offence; g) They, or any of their dependents are, or likely to be involved in any activity which may cause disrepute to the Republic of Malta; h) They, or any of their dependents, have been denied a visa to a country with whom Malta has visa-free travel arrangements, and has not subsequently obtained a visa from the same country; i) They, or any of their dependents, are named or listed on any international sanctions applying restrictive measures on them, that the Agency is bound by law, or has opted, to follow. Following submission of all the documents by the applicant, the agency shall; * Update due diligence; * Request that the applicant produce any further documentation and information that it may require; * Request the applicant to pay any applicable administrative fees. The agency shall notify the agent when application has been approved or refused. if approved, the agency shall issue a Letter of Approval to the applicant, provided the applicant shall submit
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