Grotto Apartment Complex Opening Soon

The Minister of Housing rejects opposition claims of a high bill for security at the apartment complex in the district of Dalkeith, Christ Church known as The Grotto.

Denis Kellman, in an exclusive interview with BajanReporter.com during a tree planting ceremony at the Country Road headquarters of National Housing Corporation, said any concerns raised by the Opposition were created to divert from their own problems.

Denis Kellman, in an exclusive interview with BajanReporter.com during a tree planting ceremony at the Country Road headquarters of National Housing Corporation, said any concerns raised by the Opposition were created to divert from their own problems.

Housing Minister Kellman said the buildings cannot guard themselves and any security detail requires a fee no matter who is hired – he responded to accusations made by the opposition Barbados Labour Party which implied the guarding of the facility was approximately $10,000 per month – he said if the property was left unsecured as it was unoccupied then the Government was being reckless, so no matter what happens, Government is at fault…

During the exclusive interview with Minister Kellman, then BajanReporter.com also asked when will the complex finally be made available to the wider community.

During the exclusive interview with Minister Kellman, then BajanReporter.com also asked when will the complex finally be made available to the wider community.

The St Lucy MP explained now all the details have been squared off, the official opening will arrive quicker than the month of June itself, he also addressed concerns over parking for the residents once they start moving in – the apartments are slated to open before the month of May is over and there 50 parking spots decided on by Town & Country.

The tree planting exercise at NHC is part of the ruling Democratic Party’s ongoing observations for Barbados’ 50th Anniversary of Independence which culminates on November 30th.

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