Halcyon Hotel Owners To Appeal Court Ruling Striping It Of Lease


The lessee of the Halcyon Cove Hotel, who lost a case in the High Court which allowed the leased property to revert in ownership to the state has appealed, the Government has said.

The owner of the property has entered an appeal, seeking to overturn the judgment of Justice Wilkinson.

The government says the appeal will not stop the process of finding a new owner for which to lease the property.

On adjoining land, owned by the Crown, the Cabinet said it has given consideration to nationals owning lots for the purpose of building properties that can be used to generate rental income for owners.

“Details are to be worked out by the Department of Legal Affairs; however, the Cabinet is determined to give nationals a larger stake in the industry that will continue to dominate the economic life of the state for many generations to come.”

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  1. Wow! But not surprised.
    It’s just a pity that the only people who appear to be making money through this administration are lawyers. Moreover, taxpayers’ monies.
    Will courts’ judgements be forever challenged when they involve government?
    Notwithstanding, this move to sell the adjacent lands to nationalss a good one. However, I hope it won’t be only those whose pockets are already full

  2. The lesse did an extremely poor job in managing HH.. They should be ban from Antigua forevermore…I hope the courts will reject their fillings expiditiously.

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