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Why Vanuatu?
The Concept of Our Land
How Do I Become a Landholder and Build my Vacation Home?
How was the Club Established and What is its Legal Basis?
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What are the Committees and their Functions?
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  The Concept of Our Land
  • In return for his/her membership fee, each Member receives exclusive right to 2,000 square metres of private land. On that land, the Member may build one or more vacation homes of up to 400 square metres total floor area. To get more land and the right to build more floor area, a Member may simply buy additional memberships.

  • In order to preserve the beauty of the natural environment and quality of the community, and to enhance the investment value, some simple restrictions apply. Structures may not exceed two stories. As well, it is forbidden to carry on activities causing smoke, air pollution, excessive noise or other nuisance that may disturb neighbours. Further, Members may not use their land for commercial or industrial activities.

  • However, another Club aim is to support creation of a nearby business area, to include banks, restaurants, shops and public services. Some Members may wish to be involved by starting their own businesses there. More information is available from the Club office.

  • We intend also to develop facilities and services to help Members better enjoy Vanuatu and enhance the value of their land there, at the same time creating some employment opportunities for Members in Japan and/or Vanuatu. Decisions on such facilities and services will be made by the Club's democratically-elected committees.

  • A very important aim of the Club is cooperation and support for our indigenous Vanuatu neighbours, helping improve their living standards and fostering ever friendlier relations between our countries and between ourselves as individuals. All Club activities will be animated by this spirit. Included among these, we envisage such activities as supporting student-exchange programs and helping arrange home stays.

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