With the downtown Kingston Waterfront rapidly regaining its place as a premier entertainment destination, the Urban Development Corporation (UDC) is once again offering investors the opportunity to actively participate in the redevelopment of the area.
According to the UDC, proposals are now being accepted for the lease and management of a Food Bazaar at its Festival Market Place property located at Pechon Street on the Kingston Waterfront.
With the onset of major development works being undertaken across the island by the Urban Development Corporation (UDC) and other Government and non-government entities, Chairman, Senator Ransford Braham is reporting that the critical role of the construction industry to Jamaica’s economic development is now at the forefront.
The official report into the findings of an independent audit, commissioned by the Urban Development Corporation (UDC) in collaboration with its subsidiary, the St. Ann Development Company (SADCo) has been shared with the media and the general public. The UDC’s decision to share the findings were in the spirit of transparency and accountability since delivering the report and recommendations to the relevant authorities and taking further steps to remedy the long standing allegations of fraud and corruption at Dunn’s River Falls and Park (DRFP), in particular.
The Urban Development Corporation (UDC) will on Monday, December 31, 2018 host its premier event, UDC Fireworks on the Waterfront on Ocean Boulevard in Downtown Kingston. Similar to prior staging, the Corporation has partnered with stakeholders such as the Jamaica Constabulary Force and the National Works Agency to implement the necessary traffic changes and road closures to facilitate the seamless execution of the event.
With an even larger showing anticipated for the 2018 staging of Fireworks on the Waterfront, the Urban Development Corporation (UDC) is rolling out its new “Park and Ride” aimed at complementing its long established parking plan used for the Fireworks event throughout the years.
For a fee of $300, individuals have the option of parking at one of three satellite parking lots and being shuttled free of cost to and from the event on December 31 at 6:00pm. Each parking area will have adequate lighting and security guards. The areas are as follows:
The Urban Development Corporation (UDC) is announcing that plans for its premier event Fireworks on the Kingston Waterfront, are far advanced, with this year’s staging scheduled for New Year’s Eve, Monday, December 31 from 3:00pm to 2:00am the following day. The Fireworks event will for a second year be extended to St. Ann and dubbed ‘Fireworks on the Bay’ at the Ocho Rios Bay Beach, being executed by the St. Ann Development Company (SADCO), a subsidiary of the UDC and will begin at 2:00pm.