Fonatur, the government of Guerrero, and businessmen join efforts to promote Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo, a Development Trust will be created to promote tourism projects in the Ixtapa CIP.
Private investors will participate with the Los Médanos and Majahua-Montecristo lots.
The National Fund for the Promotion of Tourism and the Government of the state of Guerrero joined forces to create a Development Trust to design, urbanize, build and operate real estate lots for the development of tourism projects in the Integrally Planned Center (CIP) of Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo.
Two real estate projects have been identified for the execution of this plan, which are: Médanos-Isla, Ixtapa, and Majahua-Montecristo. It is important to point out that in the constitution of the Development Trust, the investors who own both lots will participate, who will contribute the necessary land for the development stage, and which will be under the administration of Fonatur.
At the presentation event of this alliance, Rogelio Jiménez Pons, general director of Fonatur, established that the federation has to assume a commitment to consolidate models with a comprehensive vision and seek new forms of association with businessmen since it cannot be allowed in the tourist centers leave aside the social sector.
For his part, the governor of Guerrero, Héctor Astudillo, pointed out that Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo is experiencing a very positive stage where it has invested in sports tourism, where there is good maintenance by Fonatur to the CIP and the growth in flights that come from the States United States and Canada.
Within the framework of the collaboration agreement previously signed between Fonatur and the Government of Zihuatanejo, it was also agreed that a Master Plan will be created that must establish actions, criteria, goals, the critical path, and a calendar for the development stage, obtaining lands, their urbanizations, the management of strategic assets and the completion of the necessary procedures.
Also present at the event were Jesús Eugenio Uriostegui García, representative of Mtra. Evelyn Cecia Salgado Pineda, governor-elect; Manuel Santiago, director of strategic management and institutional liaison at Fonatur; Alejandro Varela, legal director of Fonatur; Juan González Castelán, technical secretary of Fonatur; Jorge Sánchez Allec, Municipal President of Zihuatanejo; Hugo Salas, head of the municipal presidency office; Miguel González Bernal, businessman Los Médanos; Miguel González de Haro, businessman Los Médanos; Guillermo Chávez, businessman Los Médanos; Bolívar Navarrete Heredia, notary; Héctor Alonso Rebaque, Montecristo businessman; Héctor Alonso Álvarez, Montecristo businessman; and Gabriela Palominos, lawyer.