The Urban Development Corporation (UDC) is continuing its stakeholder sensitization of its mandate and current investment opportunities.
Speaking at the Board meeting of the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce recently, Robert Stephens, UDC Deputy General Manager, Subsidiaries Management and Revenue Generation presented a raft of projects and assets that are ready for take up and expansion.
In observation of International Day for Biological Diversity, the Urban Development Corporation (UDC) will co-host a forum and exhibit with the theme ‘Island Biodiversity’ on Thursday, May 22, 2014 in the UDC Information Centre and the adjoining Orange Park, 12 Ocean Boulevard, downtown Kingston.
The UDC is part of a group led by the Ministry of Water, Land, Environment and Climate Change, which also comprises the National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA), the Forestry Department, and the Institute of Jamaica (IOJ), which has organized this forum.
THE UDC SEEKS PROPOSALS FOR LEASE OF LONG BAY BEACHES 1 AND 2
The Urban Development Corporation (UDC) is inviting proposals for the lease of the Long Bay Beach Park Phase 1 and/ or Long Bay Beach Park Phase 2 in Negril, Westmoreland/Hanover. This lease will include the development, management and maintenance of either or both beaches.
The Green Grotto Caves and Attractions, St. Ann, which is the first cave in the world to receive Green Globe Certification, now boasts a new website. Visitors to the new information portal launched on March 7, 2014, can now access a more interactive site at www.greengrottocavesja.com. The attraction is managed by the St. Ann Development Company (SADCO) on behalf of the Urban Development Corporation (UDC). According to Desmond Malcolm, General Manager, UDC, “Green Grotto Caves is an
The Honourable Dr Wykeham McNeil, Minister of Tourism and Entertainment has expressed his willingness for the Ministry to strengthen its partnership with the Urban Development Corporation (UDC) by funding key projects in the upcoming year. The Minister was addressing the UDC’s two day Board Retreat at the Knutsford Court Hotel from January 29-30, 2014.
The Urban Development Corporation (UDC), owner and operator of Two Sisters Caves, Hellshire, St. Catherine wishes to advise that the Caves will no longer open on a daily basis but will be open for bookings for special events to groups of at least fifty (50) persons. This is to increase the operational efficiency of the attraction.
This change will take effect February 5, 2014.