NSL Board Chairman, Anthony Smare, said the fund can now proceed with this plans following successful victories in legal disputes over ownership of the land.
Nambwan Super owns 360 hectares of land at 9 mile.
Since 1990 the fund has been locked in legal disputes over ownership.
“The fund has not been able to develop it since 1990, because since that time the fund has been battling people within government, who have been trying to take the titles off the fund. So we have been locked in court cases all this time.