Jamaica gov’t continues work to identify third city

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Jamaica gov’t continues work to identify third city

(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — The Government has allocated $67 million to undertake a pre-assessment survey and evaluation studies aimed at identifying a possible third city for Jamaica.

The funds will also go towards undertaking an economic assessment and production of a report with recommendation of three possible sites.

Activities under the engagement, which commenced in April 2017, are being implemented by the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation with funding from the Government of Jamaica.

Achievements, to date, include completion of Phase 1a, comprising a geographic information system (GIS) multi-criteria site selection assessment.

The project, which was originally scheduled for completion in March 2019, has been extended by 12 months.

KINGSTON, Jamaica — The Government has allocated $67 million to undertake a pre-assessment survey and evaluation studies aimed at identifying a possible third city for Jamaica.

The funds will also go towards undertaking an economic assessment and production of a report with recommendation of three possible sites.

Activities under the engagement, which commenced in April 2017, are being implemented by the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation with funding from the Government of Jamaica.

Achievements, to date, include completion of Phase 1a, comprising a geographic information system (GIS) multi-criteria site selection assessment.

The project, which was originally scheduled for completion in March 2019, has been extended by 12 months.

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