The Government of Dominica to soon hand over keys to families within the Bellevue Chopin Resettlement Project
KAIRI NEWS – The Government of the Commonwealth of Dominica will be soon handing over keys to a number of families to their brand new homes within the Bellevue Chopin Resettlement Project.
Project Director of Montreal Management Consultants Est. (MMCE), Chris Timmims confirmed that in addition to the 38 units provided just before Christmas 2018, another 52 units will be available for residency later this week and another 100 units, by the third week in April.
Timmims confirmed that there are a range of houses being built, including 4 bedroom semi-detached houses,3 bedroom semi detached, 3 bedroom apartments and 2 bedroom apartments. He further went on to say the houses handed over in the first batch were 4 bedroom semi detached houses, 3 bedroom semi detached houses and 3 bedroom apartments. In the subsequent release of houses will be all 3 bedroom houses and 3 bedroom apartments and for the last handing over in April, a mixture of types of houses will be available.
He explained the 3 bedroom houses are 1500 square feet and all buildings are completed with reinforced concrete, solar heating and hurricane proof windows with good finishing and quality.