KUALA LUMPUR, April 18 (Bernama) -- The Government of Dominica has commissioned the construction of 32 new, affordable and crucially weather-resistant homes for Bellevue Rawle families in the Roseau North Constituency.
The project is part of Dominica’s Housing Revolution, which will count 5,000 new homes for residents across the island, upon completion. Land clearance for the homes is currently underway and construction will commence within a month of soil testing.
Bellevue Rawle is not the only town benefiting from the housing project. Thirty-three residential units for the village of Jimmit in the Mahaut Constituency have recently been announced and various developments across Dominica are either scheduled or already under construction.
The homes will follow the same blueprint as previous units built by the government, which includes hurricane-resistant windows, roofs and wiring. Increasing employment opportunities in the construction sector are also expected.
Dominica’s Housing Revolution is funded entirely by the nation’s Citizenship by Investment Programme, an initiative introduced by the government, offering global investors acquiring citizenship by contributing to a government-held fund or buying into pre-approved eco-friendly real estate.
Funds generated from the programme are used to support national growth in areas such as healthcare, education, infrastructure and climate change resilience.
CS Global Partners is the international legal advisory mandated by the government to promote the programme worldwide. For more information, contact https://www.csglobalpartners.com.