Written by on March 10, 2018

Dear Colleagues,

See attachments for your information.

Permit me to draw to your attention the following Bill Board which has been recently erected in the Riviera Lot adjoining Camerhogne Park – Silver Sands Phase 2.

SILVER SANDS PHASE 2 – BILLBOARD ON RIVIERA LOT – MARCH 9, 2018. Click on image to enlarge

There are reports that surveying of the road area has been taking place over the last few weeks.  There are suggestions that the road will be relocated.  What is now Wall Street will be replaced by the road.  We can now make some deductions as to why the BUS STOP was moved to its present location, The roundabout will disappear and the road leading to Journey’s end will be closed off to traffic.  This suggests colleagues that access to Camerhogne Park will be affected.

Presentation on Blue Growth Master Plan – Grand Anse Beach Tourism Centre. Click on image to enlarge

There are also suggestions that the PLAYING FIELD  (note that it was FENCED OFF   more than a  year ago under the supposedly for the football competition that was held here) will be converted to entertainment facilities for tourists.  This is in keeping with the plans noted on the Blue Growth Master Plan.

We are being PUSHED OUT of OUR space the green spaces and ultimately the Grand Anse Beach!

To be forewarned is to be forearmed!

Kind regards!

Sandra C.A. Ferguson

Reader’s opinions
  1. Isaac Opee Joseph   On   March 10, 2018 at 11:48 pm

    Comment*Joke they making Sandra, we will not sit by and allow our heritage and beach front lands to be taken over by foreign investors and an uncaring administration which is bent on pushing us bonefied citizens inland to prepare for visitors only and without the due process of consultation and agreement and after the EIA. We must tell our administration after this elections that business would not be “business as usual”. Which gov’t consented to Silversands Phase 2? Any foreign developers wishing to spread their wings should be directed to Mt Hartman.

  2. Anonymous   On   March 11, 2018 at 10:49 pm

    There’s so much other free land nearby in more rouge near to the hotels if they want tourist entertainment area why not develop those areas?

  3. Merlisa Alexander   On   March 12, 2018 at 4:53 pm

    Camerhogne park is our park and it shouldn’t be limited to our citizens period!! As well as Wall Street, everyone goes there on Friday nights and on weekends!! How can they be so cruel in preventing us from using our own resource!!! giving it to tourists who come here ever so often!? Why not upgrade or fix the infrastructure of the park and wall street..why are they even selling our land? eventually they’ll sell Grenada!!! I am PISSED!! Why would they want to build facilities on morne rouge playing field? Why cant these people invest in agriculture??? We importing more than we export!! and yet we are the ones that purchasing our own goods!! They are only focused on building hotels, using up own land!! while we still in debt!!! come on man!!!!

  4. Greta De’Souza   On   March 12, 2018 at 7:34 pm

    Grenadians are sleepwalking, while the government their country, as some one who lived abroad let me warn you all you don’t know the damage you are doing to the future of Grenada. Soon you will not be allowed to access large part of your Country, what you have to look forward to is increasing crime rates, higher cost of living and no future for the young people. Wake you Grenadians

  5. Steve   On   March 16, 2018 at 7:39 pm

    It is amazing how everyone just take off at what was written without having the facts. That reminds me of port Louis and miss Ferguson attack. I am longing for that development

  6. Peter Orrill   On   March 24, 2018 at 6:08 pm

    I find it unbelievable that NNP has sold the park to a developer. There are enough hotels already on this beach, not full to capacity most of the time. If this rumour is true, then RIP NNP because it will be the final straw proving underhand investments

  7. JoJo   On   March 25, 2018 at 6:06 am

    Grenadians need to pay more attention to the madness that’s happening in this paradise. Stand up an fight for your island!!! Too many hotels; not enough proper drainage!!! The beaches would be a swamp of pollution in the future

  8. Manwella   On   March 26, 2018 at 1:27 am

    The grape vine whispered to me that they are about to move the people living near the Silver Sands hotel now. I find it real unfair to the people living in the area. When no one wanted to live near or in that area, they choose to live there — taking all the mosquito bites. Now they wanna move them. Come on people!!! What would us Grenadians have in the end ………..NOTHING!!! NOT ONE THING

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