The public is notified that the National Physical Development Plan dubbed ‘envision 2040’ for the Territory is being prepared.
The public is notified that all liquor licence applications are to be submitted to the Town and Country Planning Department no later than November 22.
A series of public consultative meetings aimed at providing a progress update on the enVIsion 2040 physical development project will begin today, October 31.
The public is invited to attend a series of public meetings to receive progress updates on the enVIsion 2040 physical development project.
Chief Planner for the Town and Country Planning Department, Mr. Gregory Adams has shared that his department will become more digital to create a more vibrant and sustainable economy for the BVI.
The public is invited to attend a community meeting at the Sea Cow’s Bay Community Centre on Thursday, July 5 at 7:00 p.m.
The ‘BVI Open for Business’ map has been selected to receive a Special Achievement in Geographic Information System (GIS) (SAG) Award at the 2018 Esri User Conference.
The Ministry of Communications and Works and the Department of Disaster Management are working towards safeguarding the city against floods and continue to educate the public on minimizing its risk.
Remember it is important to build our homes and businesses stronger. How can we do this? By following the guidelines set out in the Post Irma Interim Reconstruction Policy.
A Post Irma Interim Reconstruction Policy has been introduced to help residents rebuild expeditiously.