New development ideas by the PNC/APNU/AFC since May 2015

I didn't realize that a road is a development idea?  The geniuses in the PNC are dragging the bottom to find "new ideas". They build a road while the Indian farmers do all the hard work while Black PNC supports enjoy lazy man jobs in the public sector. 

December 01, 2016

New development proposals by PNC/APNU/AFC.

Zero yet again.

Perhaps, the PNC/AFC/APNU are only talk with no vision to move Guyana forward since they took office in May, 2015.

The activities are related to upgrading existing projects which should not be confused with NEW projects.

PNC/AFC/APNU have generally talked about some developments, which have yet to start and hence be considered as actual new development proposals being started or actually undertaken.

February 01, 2017

New development proposals by PNC/APNU/AFC.

Finally ... the First one.

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Guyana gov’t rolls out multi-billion dollar housing project

Friday, February 17, 2017 | 2:11 PM, http://www.jamaicaobserver.com...llar-housing-project

GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC) — Guyana on Friday announced the immediate construction of more than 700 housing units across several regions estimated at G$5 billion(One Guyana dollar =US$0.004 cents).

“The project is expected to start, almost immediately, and it is anticipated that within the space of 12 months it will be completed,” Minister of State, Joseph Harmon said.

He said Cabinet had given approval for the constitution of the 758 housing units as part of the low-cost housing initiative geared towards public sector employees, youths and low income earners

“This, as I said, is the initial phase as over the next two years, we will be rolling out housing developments, housing communities in several other communities of Guyana. The important distinction that we want to make is that we are not just issuing house lots we are building homes within communities for the citizens of this country”.

The new housing units, which will include duplexes and town houses, are expected to cost G$5.4 million each and Harmon said the application for units will be the same as in the case where individuals would have applied for house lots.

He told reporters that there are an estimated 25,000 applications for housing over the years.

Joseph Harmon (Photo: CMC)

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