Petite Savanne displaced residents home construction now carded to start in Bellevue Chopin in February
Construction of displaced Petite Savanne residents’ homes, is now expected to commence in Bellevue Chopin in February 2017. Montreal Management Consultants Est (MMCE), developer of the Housing Project in Bellevue Chopin, which is sponsored by the Citizenship by Investment Program of the Government of Dominica, has confirmed that it is well on the way towards completion of site preparations for construction.
According to a release, initial works of removing vegetation, reducing the ground down to the required level and compaction, are well under way to allow foundation and road construction to commence in January, and erection of structures is expected to begin in February 2017.
Last year, tropical storm Erika tore through Petite Savanne community, leaving hundreds displaced and several dead. The government of Dominica subsequently made provisions to accommodate the displaced residents in a new Housing Development Project in Bellevue Chopin, reportedly with funds from its Citizenship by Investment Program.
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