PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT:DVRP requests bank details for compensation of land acquisition in Eastern Island Roadworks sub-project


Property Owners within Segment 2 (Bois Diable to Castle Bruce) and Segment 4 (Castle Bruce to Hatton Garden) of the Eastern Island Roadworks sub-project of the DVRP are informed that the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development is currently uploading banking details to facilitate compensation for land acquired for the project and requires the following information:


– Name of recipient of Compensation
– Recipient’s Bank Account Number
– Financial Institution
– Recipient’s Physical Address
Owners residing in Dominica are to visit the DVRP – Project Coordination Unit to complete the relevant form, with their Bank/or Credit Union books, proof of ownership and a photo dentification (SS Card, Passport, Driver’s License) for verification purposes.


1 Residents of Dominica instructed to collect the payment on behalf of a property owner residing overseas must present a Power of Attorney or a notarised authorisation letter with the seal of the notary public clearly visible on the letter and addressed to: The Accountant General, Treasury Department, Roseau The letter must be submitted with a $0.25 stamp. 2 Property owners residing overseas may not use overseas accounts to create vendor identifications to facilitate the payment, but they will be accommodated with the use of a physical address in Dominica. 3 Bank transfers can be made to property owners residing overseas if the owner expresses in writing, that he/she is willing to pay the relevant bank transfer fees. Banking details for the wire transfers should be sent to: The Project Coordination Unit, Disaster Vulnerability Reduction Project, Ministry of Environment, Rural Modernisation and Kalinago Upliftment, #38 Cork Street, Roseau.


Beneficiary Bank Information: Swift Code/ABA/Routing

Name and Address of the Financial Institution

Beneficiary Customer Information: Account Number/IBAN Number
Name and Address of Customer

Property owners should seek guidance from the financial institution before proceeding.


Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the PCU on telephone numbers 266 3139, 266-3133 or e-mail

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