Too many Project delays – COW says Town & Country must be faster

Barbadian Construction Mogul Sir Charles Williams lambasted Government for excessive and petty red tape, which he said prevents employment, and appealed directly to 2 Cabinet Ministers for a speedier and intelligent deliberation.

At the official opening of his Apes Hill Country Club, Sir Charles expressed frustration at the obstacles he said developers faced while going through the regulatory processes before they could execute projects;-

His remarks fell in front of Acting Prime Minister Richard Sealy (left) who’s also substantive Minister of Tourism and a number of key diplomats including the High Commissioners for both New Zealand and Canada as well as the US Ambassador for Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean.

Designed by architect Larry Warren, the $19 million facility was funded by both the National Insurance Department and Republic Bank.

It boasts an imposing view across a landscape dotted with luxury villas costing between three to 15 million Barbados dollars.

Sir Charles sided with views frequently aired by Commerce Minister, Donville Inniss, who was also present and is known for speaking out on business facilitation and the problems business people encountered.

The building magnate, who also plays polo even as he enters his 80s, listed an incident where an objection arose and why;-

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