Castries market re-development first phase takes shape following consultations

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Castries market re-development first phase takes shape following consultations

(PRESS RELEASE) — – The Castries Constituency Council on Monday enjoyed a pleasant and positive consultative meeting with vendors of the provisions market.

The consultation was not the first with the vendors, and focused on the first phase of the Market Redevelopment Project which would result in the relocation of the provisions market vendors to facilitate the extension and construction of a covered vending area.

The covered vending area will not only provide shelter to the provisions vendors but will also improve the overall presentation, aesthetics and the quality of vending in the provisions market.

The meeting with the vendors was chaired by Communications Manager, Jason Hullingseed, who spoke fully to the plans and vision of the Market Redevelopment Project.

Also in attendance and addressing the concerns of the provisions market vendors were His Worship, Mayor Peterson D. Francis, CEO Mr. Wilfred Pierre, and Chief Architect in the Ministry of Physical Planning, Mr. Augustin Poyotte.

Meetings were held with the Saint Lucia Air and Seaports Authority (SLASPA) and Holiday Taxi as part of the consultation.

Members of the public and vendors will be updated regularly on the plans for the market redevelopment project.

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  1. Provision for much skylight at roof level.Guarded Public Washrooms & for the Physically Handicapped.
    Nurses station, plain clothed detectives, a Security Guard Room, Kiddies Playroom. An A.C. Restaurant.
    A Ramp Entrance at one or two locations, a quiet Room with glassed frontage, for Meditation or Prayer.
    Show us the floor plans and for all levels (Video). We must improve on the present one, though I'll miss it

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  2. During the Construction site assessment and planning presentation; was any mention made of a drainage
    feature, its ecological value, its aesthetic value to the project, and its potential for use in the project’s overall storm water drainage and management system?

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