The Virgin Islands has officially begun the process for a National Physical Development Plan (NPDP).
Ladies and gentlemen of the media,
I thank you for being here this afternoon. Today, I wish to speak on a few areas in Tourism development.
The Brandywine Bay Project advances as the Government of the Virgin Islands continues with the development and expansion ........
Effective January 1, 2017, the Town and Country Planning Department will be adhering to the published fee schedule for applications for the development of property in the British Virgin Islands.
The Government of the Virgin Islands is purposefully developing training opportunities that support succession planning across the entire public service.
Work on the Brandywine Bay project is moving forward as the Government of the Virgin Islands moves to create a new leisure destination for residents and visitors.
The Government of the Virgin Islands is inviting tenders for the Rehabilitation of Roads and Slope Stabilisation works at Horsepath, Tortola.
Residents of Brewers Bay and Cane Garden Bay are invited to a community meeting on a hydrology study to reduce flooding in these areas.
Residents of Cane Garden Bay and Brewers Bay can look forward to pilot solutions to minimise flooding and sedimentation in their communities.
The Government of the Virgin Islands, through the Ministry of Communications and Works, is continuing rehabilitation works to repair damage caused to the Territory's roads in 2010 as a result of Tropical Storm Otto.