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Pageant Beach proposal gets initial nod from CPA

Pageant Beach proposal gets initial nod from CPA

| 17/10/2017 | 4 Comments

(CNS Business): A  proposal to build a ten-storey hotel on the Pageant Beach site in George Town has been given initial approval by the Central Planning Authority after the project was granted outline planning permission last month. Despite a number of objections from residents, largely at the neighbouring Poinsettia Condos, according to the minutes of […]

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GT hotel proposal faces local opposition

GT hotel proposal faces local opposition

| 19/09/2017 | 31 Comments

(CNS Business): The proposed new hotel development at the Pageant Beach site in George Town will be going before the Central Planning Authority on Wednesday, but not everyone will be hoping the board gives the proposed project the nod. Despite enthusiastic support from government for the new hotel in the capital, residents in the area […]

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Concerns ignored, golf course gets green light

Concerns ignored, golf course gets green light

| 24/06/2016 | 29 Comments

(CNS Business): The Central Planning Authority has given the green light to the proposed development of a golf course in the Frank Sound area despite a catalogue of environmental concerns. The proposal to build an Arnold Palmer golf course was submitted to the CPA in complete isolation and not as part of the major resort […]

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Ten storeys: setbacks and other restrictions

Ten storeys: setbacks and other restrictions

| 21/04/2016 | 3 Comments

Stuart Rowe writes: A recent decision of the Grand Court has affirmed the relevance of the 1997 Development Plan within Cayman’s development and planning regime and in so doing has cast doubt over the Central Planning Authority’s ability to effectively deal with ‘high rise’ developments exceeding seven storeys in height.

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