PROOF that the Skeete’s Bay-Culpepper Island development is not “just in the planning stages” but is actually underway!

Dear Reader,

" -- This is a National treasure that is going to become a National DISGRACE if we as a people do not take a stand against what I deem the 'desecration' of our East Coast..."

I wish to add these {Skeete’s Bay} photos to the National debate/awareness, for I too read the Nation article with great interest – and was given the impression that the developer was still only in the planning stages, but after having gone to the site myself on Sunday 12th February 2012 – I saw that construction is actually underway!

Are we as a society going to sit back and let yet ANOTHER hidden gem of old Barbados be spoiled forever by ‘construction and progress‘? Where are our political leaders – and what are they doing about this? I support Mr Trotman and Mr. Wiltshire and all others who have their priorities in the right place – and have lent their voices to the defence of our natural heritage.

"{I} was given the impression that the developer was still only in the planning stages, but after having gone to the site myself..."

This is a National treasure that is going to become a National DISGRACE if we as a people do not take a stand against what I deem the ‘desecration‘ of our East Coast, a place of supreme beauty that should be preserved & protected for all present and future generations of Barbadians and visitors alike.

" -- Are we as a society going to sit back and let yet ANOTHER hidden gem of old Barbados be spoiled forever by 'construction and progress'? Where are our political leaders; what are they doing about this?"

Sincerely,

A CONCERNED BARBADIAN

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  1. Why do Bajans continue to treat Barbados like shit???? Is Barbados not good enough fuh wunna???? Huh???? Cause if that’s the case then go somewhere else and leave those who actually care to inhabit our island in peace!

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