Booby Alley Housing Project to Commence Construction After Delays, Yeptons Development Plans Disclosed


The Booby Alley housing project, long delayed, is now slated to start construction in August. Prime Minister Gaston Browne has presented the project to the Tenders Board for selecting a construction firm, expected to take two months with a final choice in June.

Once contractors are selected, construction should begin within 60 days. Financed by China with a $100 million grant, the project faced delays from the pandemic and resident relocation issues.

After resolving these issues, MP Browne highlighted the project’s importance in alleviating congestion and improving housing quality, with resident consultations planned.

Meanwhile, Michael Joseph seeks funding from the Prime Minister for a housing development in Yeptons, starting with around ninety homes.

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  1. August of which year would that Booby Alley Project to start.You,have set so many dates and none came to fruition.Could you Gas-Man Browne tell us.What are the Chinese getting in return for giving of that grant.

  2. ANTIGUA NEWS ROOM: More information needed on Michael Joseph and that Yeptons Project.He is seeking funding from the Prime Minster according to the above article.Is the Prime Minister investing his personal funds into that project? It had better not be the taxpayers of the Nation money.

  3. Yes! Uncle Chan needs to come on ANR and elaborate about the Booby Alley displacement. Word on the street is that it could be a China Town in Town. Antigua and Barbuda’s sovereignty is being mortgaged to China camouflaged as real estate and infrastructure development. Uncle Chan is a SELLOUT! What a vessel we have in Stone. Too much fried chicken and fried rice being consumed in POINTE.

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