Development works in Dominica at its peak

Dominica: Melissa Skerrit, Parliamentary Representative for the Roseau Central Constituency in the Commonwealth of Dominica, Melissa Skerrit, visits the upper river project at Roseau Central with prime minister Roosevelt Skerrit, the minister of housing Reginald Austrie.

This Housing Project is the leg of the first foundation of the Housing revolution, currently under construction.

Under this project, Fifty-one apartments eight commercial places would be built in this project.

Those 51 apartments will cover 1BHK, 2BHK, and 3BHK dimensions. The biggest problem in Roseau Central is to find houses with affordable rents for business purposes.

Moreover, Melissa Skerrit stated that Parking is one of the citizens’ significant concerns that will be resolved through this project.

She insisted that, under the Housing project, shops, grocery stores, and other fundamental necessary facilities will be provided; hence it will be the resident’s own beautiful village.

Upgrade of Apartments will be scheduled to complete in June, and the second upgrade will be done in August this year. Allotment of apartments will be a difficult decision as the government has received more than 500 applications.

She also discussed some future projects in the year. Dominica will witness several activities regarding construction.

On the other hand, Prime Minister Dr. Roosevelt Skerrit addresses the nation recently; he discussed the current situation of Dominica.

As a hopeful leader, he advised the citizens to act responsibly and accountable for their actions. Prime Minister insisted on discouraging illegal entries on the Island to restrict the expansion of COVID-19.

This Housing Project is a ray of hope for many people of Dominica. All those more than 500 applications are not just pieces of paper for them, but they are the opportunity to buy their dream house, the house that holds the capacity to build their lives.

Dominican government’s dedication towards their country’s people is remarkable; the country is also fighting against COVID-19 in the meantime.