ANNOUNCEMENT: Bellevue Housing Resettlement Programme reaches new milestone

Before the 1st quarter of 2019 ends, new doors will be opened to 114 families as the government of the Commonwealth of Dominica hands over the keys to their brand-new homes.

There will be a total of 114 units in the 2nd batch of handover from the Bellevue Chopin Housing Resettlement Project.

The units to be handed over will consist of: thirty-two 3-bedroom townhouses, twelve 3-bedroom apartments, and eight 4-bedroom semi-detached houses for a total of 52 units in Bellevue Chopin – Area A1.

In addition, a combination of twelve 3-bedroom and twelve 2-bedroom apartments units in Area C1 and fourteen 4-bedroom detached houses in Area C2 are ready to be occupied and will be handed over.

As the construction swiftly progresses, the Commercial Plaza and Community Centre are on track to open in March 2019.

As of today, Castle Bruce and La Plaine – East Coast Housing Projects, have already completed more than 30% of overall construction. Furthermore, Georgetown and Cotton Hill – West Coast Housing Project, have reached 20% and 15% construction progress respectively.

All Housing Dominica projects are being funded fully by the Citizenship by Investment Programme (CBI) and are being built using modern construction techniques to ensure hurricane-resilient houses.


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  1. Fancy
    January 31, 2019

    Asking for a friend, will the people of Bellevue Chopin be getting units also. Their prime lands were taken from them. I hope it’s in the second batch also.

    • lula
      February 16, 2019

      @Fancy…Please ask your friend to have some patience, they will get theirs in due time. The Petite Savanne people were displaced therefore have to be relocated. One at a time. And, Im pretty sure they will have houses available to give to Belview Chopin people. Just welcome your new neighbors in the mean time. Today is theirs, tomorrow might be yours

  2. Syndey
    January 31, 2019

    I hope the people of Bellevue Chopin whose homes were destroyed by Maria and received no assistance will receive units in the second batch.

    • ??????????????
      February 5, 2019

      But Sydney you seem not to be listenning. All the Petite Savanne people are not housed yet and the project which started before hurricane Maria was for the Petite Savanne families! So what are you saying? Their turn will come. Everything cannot be done one time.

  3. Lol
    January 31, 2019

    awesome job Labour

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