ASF Consortia $3 billion Gold Coast casino will create 10,000 jobs

By | December 18, 2016

ASF Consortia $3 billion Gold Coast casino will create 10,000 jobsThe new $3 Billion Gold Coast casino is being developed by Chinese owned company ASF Consortia, which would create at least 10,000 jobs in the region.

ASF Consortia want to build a casino resort in Gold coast and for that they have released their newest artist impressions.

ASF Consortia has been involved in talks with Australia’s James Packer’s Crown Resorts for operation of this new casino.

In a recent development the Queensland government approved the expansion plan of Star Entertainment Group’s at Broadbeach’s Jupiter’s Casino on Friday, while ASF Consortia released its first artificial impression on Sunday.

Releasing the facts about the casino Louis Chien, the director of ASF said that this new $3 billion casino project will create at least 10,000 jobs in the region and would attract millions of visitors from different parts of the world.

Mr Chien further said the project would be one of the best waterfront destinations in the world and we hope that additional 1.5 million tourists will come to gold coast every year after completion of the project.

The proposal of the $3 billion Gold coast casino resort is in public since several months but it is not yet approved by Queensland Cabinet and no one in the government is speaking about it.

However Queensland’s state development minister Mr. Anthony Lynham, said on Sunday that we are closely investigating the matter and we would not allow anyone to go further on northern edge of Southport Spit.

Speaking to the reporters Dr Lynham said “we will protect north of Sea World”.

And that simply means ASF Consortia will go forward with its five-hectare site development, because the site is in south of south of Sea World.

ASF Consortia $3 billion project at a glance:-

The project includes three star, five star and six star hotels in it. There will be many Restaurants, theatres and retail precincts at the site. A 1200-seat amphitheater is also proposed at the site.