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Condominium Developers Association appoints office-bearers for 2018-19


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The office-bearers and members of the Executive Committee for 2018-19 (seated from left) Eric Ediriwicrama - Gampaha District Sanasa & Credit Cooperative Societies Union Ltd; Kishore Reddy - Quest & Query Ltd; Pinsiri Fernando - Suncity Property Developers Ltd; Mahasen Samaravijaya - G V R Lanka Ltd; Sivarajah Thumilan - Blue Ocean Residencies Ltd; Pradeep Moraes - Indocean Developers Ltd; Pravir Samarasinghe - Overseas Realty (Ceylon) Plc; Brahmanage Premalal - Prime Lands Ltd; Prasanna De Zoysa - SMI Housing Development Ltd. and Suresh Rajendra - John Keells. Absent: Hemaka De Alwis – Fairway Holdings

 

 

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The Condominium Developers Association of Sri Lanka (CDASL), which represents all the leading companies in the sector, has announced the appointment of new office-bearers and members of the Executive Committee for 2018-19.Indocean Developers Ltd. Director Pradeep Moraes has been reappointed Chairman of the Association while Blue Ocean Residencies Ltd. Group Chairman Sivarajah Thumilan and Fairway Holdings Ltd. Managing Director Hemaka De Alwis were named Secretary and Treasurer respectively.

An affiliate of the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce, the CDASL comprises condominium developers as full members and those in affiliated trades and services as associate members. The association’s principal mandate includes watching the interests of all stakeholders connected to the industry, fostering and promoting industry specific initiatives, inviting the intervention of governmental bodies in the facilitation of investments in the industry and the smooth implementation of such investments, lobbying for the change or removal of damaging or counterproductive legislation where it exists, interacting with line ministries and related bodies in facilitating responsible and proactive procedures, establishing best practices within the trade and the establishment of the role and recognition of the condominium sector as a significant player in the economy.


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