Development

Saint Lucia govt awards more road reconstruction contracts

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Ministry of Infrastructure, Ports, Energy, and Labour is pleased to announce the successful completion of negotiations and the award of contracts for three more road projects under the Road Improvement and Maintenance Program (Phase IV). On Tuesday, June 2, 2020, officials signed contracts for the following projects: – Savanna Ahoe Roads Reconstruction Project (762 meters) – ...

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New provisions market jump starts the Castries Vision Plan 2030

(PRESS RELEASE) – A significant part of the Castries Market Redevelopment Project has been officially handed over to the Castries Constituency Council. The handing over of the new Provisions Market was done on Sunday May 3, 2020 at the facility. The newly completed project will accommodate all provisions vendors, particularly those who were temporarily housed at the old fire station ...

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Construction sector set to re-open April 27

(PRESS RELEASE) – In preparation for the reopening of the Construction Sector on Monday April 27, 2020, the Ministry of Infrastructure, Ports Energy and Labour encourages Quarry Operators, Producers of concrete, Contractors and Construction Firms to apply for permission to operate under the “Emergency Powers (Disasters)(COVID-19) (Curfew) No.6 Order”. Qualifying Contractors and Firms will be mandated to operate in accordance ...

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Travel delays expected along Saltibus main road as reconstruction work progress

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Saltibus Road Reconstruction Project is now forty-five percent (45%) complete, with work ongoing on the final construction phase for drainage and retaining walls. The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy alerts residents and the motoring public of expected travel delays of approximately thirty minutes when traversing the main Saltibus Road, as a result of ongoing culvert ...

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Construction of a new La Retraite Bridge starts this March

(PRESS RELEASE) – A new bridge with all modern amenities is now on schedule to be constructed in La Retraite along the Monchy road. This new climate resilient bridge replaces the old single lane La Retraite Bridge and will provide better and safer access for drivers and pedestrians. It is being financed under the Road Improvement and Maintenance Program (RIMP) ...

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Department of Infrastructure pleased with the success of Forestierre Road Project

(PRESS RELEASE) – The New Forestieere Road is now officially open, after the project was completed on time and with no cost over-runs. This project upgraded approximately 3.27km of road and also included construction and repair of drainage, culverts, residence access and road markings. The Department of Infrastructure was pleased to Supervise the successful completion of the Forestierre Road Reconstruction ...

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Forestierre Road officially opened

(GIS) – On March 1, residents of Forestierre witnessed the official ribbon cutting ceremony held to mark the completion of the Forestierre Road Rehabilitation project. The road rehabilitation project was implemented by local construction firm, Skelly’s Construction, and included the construction of new drains, retaining walls, culverts, the erection of traffic signs, road markings for traffic safety, and the total ...

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A re-commitment to development

(GIS) – Prime Minister Hon. Allen Chastanet has called on Saint Lucians to recommit themselves to the development of the nation. The Prime Minister said this is the opportune time for Saint Lucians, as a people, to develop the skills and mindset that would set us apart from the rest of the region. “The theme for this year’s 41st Independence ...

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Community consultation to mark commencement of Fond Mange` Road Reconstruction Project

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Fond Mange` Road Reconstruction Project is set to begin. The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy in collaboration with the District Representative`s Office is inviting residents and special interest groups within the community to attend a Stakeholders Consultation to discuss the road project and its impact. This meeting takes place on Tuesday February 25, 2020 at ...

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Government to formally launch the Medium Term Development Strategy

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Medium Term Development Strategy (MTDS) 2020 – 2023 will officially be launched by the Department of Economic Development, Transport and Civil Aviation on Thursday February 27, 2020 at the Finance Administrative Center, Pointe Seraphine. The MTDS represents the key strategy to achieve the short term development goals for the Government of Saint Lucia. The MTDS was ...

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1st phase of Market Redevelopment Project almost ready

(PRESS RELEASE) – Provisions market vendors will soon be transferred to their new home as the 1st phase of the Castries Market Redevelopment Project nears completion. In preparation for 1st phase of the project last year, Provisions Market Vendors were temporarily relocated to the former Fire Service Headquarters Site on Jeremie Street. Currently, an important feature of the project which ...

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National Infrastructural Systems Model to improve development

(PRESS RELEASE) – The National Integrated Planning and Programme Unit (NIPP) in the Department of Finance, has partnered with the University of Oxford and the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) in the development of infrastructural planning tools aimed at strengthening evidence-based decision making for the island’s infrastructure development. During a training workshop to orient stakeholders to the innovative ...

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NISMOD – The future of evidence based infrastructural planning

(PRESS RELEASE) – Infrastructural planning on island will now have an increased focus on evidence based decision making, thanks to a pioneering software called NISMOD, the National Infrastructural Systems Model. This infrastructural planning tool is a result of a technical assistance mission with the University of Oxford and the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS). The National Integrated Planning ...

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Chamber of Commerce hosts forum on Castries redevelopment

(PRESS RELEASE) – With the Government of St. Lucia announcing its intention to beautify and improve the functionality of the City of Castries, three critical agencies involved, namely, the Castries City Council, the Department of Tourism and the National Integrated Planning and Programme Unit, will be meeting with members of the Chamber of Commerce to share their plans, and get ...

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Micoud residents actively engage in design process for Volet Crossing along the east coast highway

(PRESS RELEASE) – On Sunday January 19, 2020 residents from Volet and other neighbouring communities in Micoud gathered at the Micoud Secondary School to discuss designs for a structure to replace the failed culvert along the East Coast Highway at the Volet River crossing. The designs and a replacement structure are being funded and implemented through St. Lucia’s Disaster Vulnerability ...

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Road work underway along east coast road

(PRESS RELEASE) – Motorists and pedestrians are advised that road markings from Cul de Sac to Ravine Poisson along the east coast road are ongoing, and is scheduled to continue for the next two months. The aim is to improve road safety for all users, cognizant that road markings give important information and instructions to motorists about vehicle positioning, road ...

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Micoud South drainage contracts signed to alleviate flooding

(PRESS RELEASE) – Today, seventeen (17) contracts were signed for drainage works in Micoud South under St. Lucia’s Disaster Vulnerability Reduction Project (DVRP) with another 5 contracts under procurement and expected shortly. The signed works valued at XCD $1.7 million are focused in the communities of Desruisseaux, Blanchard, Anse Ger and Ti Rocher which have historically suffered from overland flooding ...

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Canelles Resort Project begins

(GIS) – The Government of Saint Lucia together with Galaxy Caribbean Developers broke ground for the construction of the Canelles Resort Project, earlier this week. The project is part of the government’s plan to bring progress and development to all parts of the island. “This hotel will fit in nicely with a number of other projects that are currently already ...

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Micoud residents and special interests invited to discussions on detailed designs for Volet Bridge Crossing, along the Micoud Highway

(PRESS RELEASE) – Residents of Volet and other neighboring communities in Micoud, are being invited to a community consultation this Sunday January 19, to discuss detailed design options prepared by Consultants, to deal with the perennial problem of flooding and road closure often created due to the failure of the Volet Bridge Culvert, located along the Micoud Highway. The Government ...

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New Year Address highlights island-wide development set for 2020

(PRESS RELEASE) – With Cannelles Resort Project set for ground-breaking this week, it is clear the government’s plans to develop the south are continuing to take shape. This project forms part of a wider vision of island-wide development to provide more economic and employment opportunities for all Saint Lucians. In Prime Minister Honourable Allen Chastanet’s New Year Address on Sunday, ...

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Castries redevelopment progresses

(GIS) – The Government of Saint Lucia is currently in the process of reconstructing the Castries market. With upgrades at the provisions market being recently completed, His Worship, Mayor Peterson Francis, said construction has now moved to the Container Box Park which will contain pubs, cafés, cosmetic shops and dining outlets. The second phase of the redevelopment project will see ...

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Road markings from Cul de Sac to Ravine Poisson ongoing as attention is heightened on road safety for 2020

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy wishes to inform the motoring and pedestrian public, that road markings from Cul de Sac to Ravine Poisson along the East Coast Road are ongoing and is expected to continue for the next two (2) months. These works include the re-marking of the edge and center lines, Stop Bars and ...

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Road rehabilitation works at the Fond Nathaniel Causeway in Desruisseaux and at the approach to the Vigier Bridge

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy wishes to inform the public of the commencement of road rehabilitation works scheduled along the Fond Nathaniel Causeway in Desruisseaux and at the approach to the Vigier Bridge on Monday, January 13, 2020. The scope of works includes Construction of Concrete Pavement, drains, reinstating of Gabion Wall, laying of base ...

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PM Chastanet presents major projects for Saint Lucia in 2020

(SNO) – Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has presented a number of projects for the island in 2020, which he described as ‘critical’ for its development. On Wednesday, a joint meeting was held with all the ministries and agencies which the prime minister said have some role to play in achieving the object of building a new and prosperous Saint Lucia. ...

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Chamber of Commerce to engage in discussions with the National Integrated Planning and Programme Unit regarding Castries Vision 2030

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Castries Vision 2030 document, conceptualized by The National Integrated Planning & Programme Unit (NIPP) in collaboration with the United Nations Office for Project Services resulted in several priority project interventions which were guided by the overarching vision of “Making Saint Lucia’s Capital a Vibrant, Resilient and Smart Heritage City for Residents and Visitors.” Emanating from these ...

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Cas en Bas Road Reconstruction Project completed well ahead of schedule and within budget

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Can en Bas Road Reconstruction Project has been completed two months ahead of schedule and with NO COST OVER-RUNS. Residents of the norther community are ajoy following successful completion of the project which included reconstruction and concrete paving of 1.2km of road, drainage works, construction of retaining walls and residence access. This project is the latest ...

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New second lane from Sandals to Choc now open

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Sandals to Choc Road Widening Project is complete and the northbound lanes between the Friendship Inn and the Choc roundabouts are now open and safe for two-lane traffic. Drivers are encouraged to be safe, drive smart, and keep their eyes on the road. The Department of Infrastructure thanks all road users, particularly the minibus sector, private ...

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Road markings scheduled on Wednesday for completion of Sandals to Choc Road Widening Project

(PRESS RELEASE) – Road marking are scheduled to commence on Wednesday December 18 as the Sandals to Choc Road Widening Project moves towards completion. Motorists and the general public are advised that the Northbound Lane between the Friendship Inn and the Choc Roundabouts remain closed. The Southbound Dual Lanes will continue to accommodate two-way traffic, which means that one lane ...

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Day and night operations for urgent completion of Sandals to Choc Road Widening Project

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy informs the general public of the closure of the northbound lane between the Friendship Inn and the Choc roundabouts to facilitate around-the-clock work for completion of the final layer of asphalt on the Sandals to Choc Road Widening Project. Therefore, the southbound dual lanes are converted into two-way traffic, which ...

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First phase of Castries Market Redevelopment Project handed over

(PRESS RELEASE) — An important part of the Castries Market Redevelopment Project has been officially handed over to the Ministry of Economic Development. The presentation was made on November 28, 2019 at the facility, presided over by Mayor Peterson D. Francis. The newly-built edifice can withstand hurricane wind speeds of up to category five and includes a sheltered area, structurally ...

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Motorists encouraged to use alternative routes or prepare for delays as Sandals to Choc Road Widening Project moves to completion

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy alerts the motoring public that the Northbound Lanes between the Friendship Inn and the Choc Roundabouts will be closed from 7:30PM today Monday December 9, 2019. The Southbound Dual Lanes will be converted into two-way traffic, which means that one lane will accommodate southbound traffic while the other lane will ...

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Traffic Delays along Castries/Gros Islet Highway

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy alerts the motoring public of traffic delays on the northbound carriageway along the Castries/Gros Islet Highway. These inconveniences are as a result of “overnight” Milling works on the Sandals to Choc Road Widening Project. The temporary rough surface is causing unavoidable traffic congestion but is necessary to ensure successful completion ...

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Comprehensive assessment of hydrologic and hydraulic conditions of Soufriere including Fond St. Jacques

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Government of Saint Lucia through the Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy has engaged a firm to undertake a Comprehensive Hydrologic and Hydraulic flood risk assessment in Soufriere including Fond St. Jacques as part of the Disaster Vulnerability Reduction Project (DVRP). The objective of this consultancy is to develop suitable sustainable engineering designs that will mitigate ...

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Consultancy for detailed designs of Volet Crossing located along the Micoud Highway

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Government of Saint Lucia through the Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy has engaged a Consultancy firm Amarna Consult Ltd to undertake detailed designs for the reconstructions of the Volet bridge crossing located along the Micoud Highway. This consultancy is part of the Disaster Vulnerability Reduction Project (DVRP) and is scheduled to commence on December 04, ...

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Traffic diversions for completion of Sandals to Choc Road Widening Project

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy informs the motoring and pedestrian public of temporary diversion of vehicular traffic between the Choc and Friendship Inn Roundabouts from 10PM – 6AM beginning on Monday December 2, 2019. The Northbound Lane from Friendship Inn to Choc Roundabout will be closed to normal traffic. The Southbound Dual Lanes between Choc ...

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Blanchard Community Center to be refurbished

(PRESS RELEASE) – With the designs for the Blanchard Community Center in Micoud now complete, the project is on the near horizon under the Disaster Vulnerability Reduction Project (DVRP). Constructed in 1998, the building, which once served as an active community centre, was abandoned due, in the main, to management issues. The situation was further compounded due to the passage ...

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Final phase of Sandals to Choc Road Widening Project

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy informs the motoring and pedestrian public of the start of the second and final phase of the Sandals to Choc Road Widening Project on Saturday November 23, 2019. These finishing works which include Milling and Asphalting are schedule to be complete in eight days. All works will be undertaken between ...

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Routine repairs to Grill at Bisee junction

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy wishes to inform the motoring public that a section of roadway at the Bisee intersection along the Castries Gros Islet Highway will be reduced to one lane traffic from Saturday November 23rd to Monday November 25th and again on Saturday November 30th to Monday December 2to facilitate repairs to the ...

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Soufriere Police Station renovations complete

(GIS) – The Ministry of Home Affairs and National Security hosted a handing over ceremony and media tour of the newly-renovated Soufriere Police Station, earlier this week. The revamp occurred as a result of mold infestation which adversely affected the operations of the police station. Parliamentary Representative for Soufriere, Hon. Herod Stanislaus, expressed hope that the renovations will inspire the ...

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Stephenson King reveals Castries North development projects

(PRESS RELEASE) – The urban city communities within Castries North are earmarked for significant transformational activity in the coming weeks, as part of the Castries North Vision 2020/ Highway 2020 Development Plan. This is the brainchild of Castries North MP Honorable Stephenson King and encompasses the enhancement of sports facilities, establishment of recreation spaces, infrastructure upgrades and social development programs. ...

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Castries Vision 2030 consultations end

(GIS) — The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) handed over the official Castries Vision 2030 report to the Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, Hon. Allen Chastanet, on April 25. The objective of the Castries Vision 2030 was to review the 2008 National Vision Plan for Castries in a collaborative effort chaired by the government of Saint Lucia through ...

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EC$79.8 million allocated for ongoing roads, bridges and maintenance/rehabilitation projects

(PRESS RELEASE) — The Department of Infrastructure, Ports, and Energy is committed to improving the island’s infrastructure during the 2019/2020 financial year. This year some EC$79.8 million has been allocated for ongoing roads, bridges and maintenance/rehabilitation projects. Of the $79.8 million, $11.4 million will go toward the rehabilitation of roads. Minister for Infrastructure, Ports, and Energy, Hon. Stephenson King elaborated ...

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Cul De Sac Bridge project’s official financial bid opening, contract negotiation and signing all set

(PRESS RELEASE) – Two high-level officials will represent Saint Lucia in Japan from February 3-9 at the financial bid opening, contract negotiation and contract signing for the Cul De Sac Bridge Project. Permanent Secretary in the Department of Infrastructure Mr. Ivor Daniel will be accompanied by Chief Engineer Mr. Albert Jn. Baptiste at the invitation and expense of the of ...

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Taiwan to lend Saint Lucia US$100 million for airport redevelopment project

(SNO) — Taiwan has agreed to lend Saint Lucia US$100-million for the redevelopment of Hewanorra International Airport, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has revealed. The prime minister addressed the Saint Lucia Chamber of Commerce last week Thursday where he touched on a variety of areas including infrastructure, health care, education and economic development. “We have come to an agreement with the ...

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Gov’t shuts down section of La Ressource Road

(PRESS RELEASE) — The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy (DIPE) wishes to inform the general public in particular residents of Vieux Fort and environs, of the formal closure of the La Ressource Road, between the George Odlum Stadium and the La Ressource Bridge effective Thursday November 15, 2018. This closure is necessary to facilitate the construction of a new ...

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Pearl of the Caribbean developer to give update on the project

(SNO) — Desert Star Holding (DSH) Pearl of the Caribbean developer Theo Ah-King will be giving an update on the project in the “Chamber Encounter With the Prime Minister” organized by the St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce Industry and Agriculture. The event will take place on Thursday, November 15, 2018 at Coco Palm Conference Room, Coco Palm Hotel. Ah King ...

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Saint Lucia National Trust and Government of Saint Lucia reach agreement on former prison

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Government of Saint Lucia and the Saint Lucia National Trust (SLNT) have agreed to hold consultations regarding conservation of the buildings which comprise the former Royal Gaol located at Bridge Street, Castries. The site of the former Royal Gaol has been earmarked for the construction of a new Police Headquarters as well as a structure to ...

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Castries Mayor welcomes guardrails project

(PRESS RELEASE) – Castries Mayor Peterson Francis has welcomed an initiative by the Ministry of Infrastructure, Ports, Energy and Labour to help improve road safety. From October 1, 2018, 345 metres of galvanized guardrails were erected along the Bananes Bay area and along the Castries waterfront. Mayor Francis lauded the efforts of the Ministry of Infrastructure to improve road safety ...

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La Resource road closure

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy (DIPE) is currently constructing a new road to link the George Odlum Stadium to the La Ressource Bridge. This new road will improve road safety when turning into La Ressource Vieux Fort. It allows for the realignment of the currently constructed Pearl of the Caribbean Race Track and will provide ...

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Road closure – Culvert reinstatement in Rodney Bay

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy hereby informs the motoring public that work on the culvert reinstatement will commence in Rodney Bay, Gros Islet, opposite The Bay Walk Shopping Mall. Therefore the section of the road near Hobbies, in the Rodney Bay Shopping Mall will be closed off from 6:00 pm on Friday, October 12, 2018, ...

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Road closure – Drainage works along Beausejour road

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy hereby informs the motoring public that drainage works will be constructed along the Beausejour road, in the vicinity of the Trou Salle Junction. Therefore, the section of the road will be closed off over the course of 2 weeks commencing Monday, October 8, 2018. In view of this, commuters are ...

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Potholing works along Castries Gros islet Highway and Morne Fortune area

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Department of Infrastructure Ports and Energy wishes to inform the public of the temporary closure of the Marisule Road from the Corinth Junction to the Choc Roundabout and also the Morne Road from Government House to the Lower Morne Road near the Pavee Intersection, to facilitate Potholing and cleaning works. This activity is scheduled for Sunday ...

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Working towards a Regional Smart Transport System for the Caribbean

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Caribbean consists of 28 islands with an average population of 42.4 million people. Most of these Caribbean islands depend on Tourism as their main income earner and play host to millions of visitors from Asia, Europe, the US, UK and Canada who travel on vacation or to do business. Whether by private or commercial Aircraft, Yachts ...

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UNDP mobilized US$25 million, restored buildings and boosted preparedness in hurricane-affected Caribbean

(PRESS RELEASE) – The UN Development Programme (UNDP) helped mobilize US$25 million, supported the revision and use of improved building codes and restored over 800 buildings for the most at-need people in Dominica and Antigua and Barbuda, some of the countries hit hardest by two powerful back-to-back hurricanes that devastated several Caribbean islands a year ago. The results are highlighted ...

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Update on JCD desilting works

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – Works are progressing on the construction of the Sediment Disposal Area (SDA) at the John Compton Dam. The project which was awarded to Mega Contracting, is but the first phase of the desilting process at St Lucia’s largest reservoir. The works began in May this year following the approval of part-funding by the Caribbean Development ...

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Volunteers receive self-awareness training

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – Volunteer Saint Lucia held a seminar Thursday 06th September 2018 speaking on Self-Awareness. Twenty volunteers attended the seminar facilitated by Mr. Taddeus Joseph, Occupational and Organizational Psychologist, Msc, Bsc, at the Conference room of the Ministry of Infrastructure. These are some of the areas tackled: – How self-awareness can help promote personal and professional growth. ...

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Potholing works along Bois Cachet road

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy wishes to inform the public of the temporary closure of the Bois Cachet Road to facilitate Potholing works. This activity is scheduled from Monday, September 10, 2018 through to Friday September 14, 2018 between the hours of 9:00am to 3.00pm. In light of this motoring public will detour ...

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Closure of Karibelle Road

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – The Ministry of Infrastructure, Ports, Energy and Labour wishes to inform the residence and motoring public of the temporary closure of Karibelle Road from 6:00am on Saturday 25th August, 2018 to 9:00pm Sunday 26th August, 2018. This is to allow the Department of Infrastructure to undertake works on the metal grill near the Karibelle/La Pansee ...

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Closure of Cabiche by–pass road

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – The Ministry of Infrastructure, Ports, Energy and Labour wishes to inform the residence and motoring public of the partial closure of Cabiche By – pass Road on Wednesday 22nd August, 2018 from 6am to 6pm Thursday 23rd August, 2018. This is to allow the Department of Infrastructure to undertake road works on the by–pass. All ...

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Closure of Sans Souci Bridge

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy wishes to inform the motoring public of the closure of the Sans Souci Bridge from 6:00pm on 18th August 2018 to 4:00am on 20th August 2018. This is to facilitate the reinstatement of joints along the bridge. All commuters are asked to be guided by road signs which ...

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Potholing road works along the Vide Boutielle Road intersections near the supermarket and La Clery main road

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy wishes to inform the motoring public that road repairs will be undertaken along the Vide Boutielle Road from the roundabout to the La Clery intersection. This activity is scheduled for Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd July, 2018 between the hours of 9:00am to 4.00pm. In light of the ...

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Saint Lucia hosts World Intellectual Property Organisation Meeting

  (GIS) – The Government of Saint Lucia will be hosting a World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO ) meeting this week. WIPO is one of the 15 specialised agencies in the United Nations. The organization was created in 1967 to promote the protection of Intellectual Property across the globe. Permanent Secretary in the Attorney General’s Chambers, Juliana Alfred says the ...

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St. Lucia to upgrade international airport passenger capacity to over one million

(DNO) – Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, Allen Chastanet, has revealed that a loan for the construction and establishment of new international airport facilities in his country, has been approved. He stated that construction will begin this fall at the Hewanorra International airport which will provide it with the capacity accommodate over one million passengers. “So it means that we ...

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Closure of road section from Jeremie Street to Jn Baptiste Street roundabout from July 20th – 23rd 2018

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy wishes to inform the motoring public that the section of road from Jn Baptiste Street Roundabout to Jeremie Street (Near Castries Market) will be closed from Friday July 20th (6:00pm) to Monday July 23rd at 6:00am. This is to facilitate repairs to the grilles at this intersection. All ...

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Ti Rocher, Castries retaining wall rehabilitation from 23rd July to 23rd September 2018

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy wishes to inform the motoring public of the closure of the Ti Rocher Road from 23rd July 2018 to the 23th September 2018. This is to facilitate the reconstruction of a retaining wall, a concrete culvert and road reinstatement along this route. All commuters are asked to be ...

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