Thursday, April 25, 2024

Comissiong may fight Hyatt hotel in court


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FRESH FROM WINNING a legal fight over Government’s plan to fingerprint Barbadians at emtry ports, David Comissiong is now threatening legal action against a multi-million dollar hotel investment in Bridgetown.

The lawyer and social activist gave notice of his plan yesterday as he responded to a contention by Minister of Commerce Donville Inniss in the House of Assembly that those behind the Hyatt Hotel had indeed applied and had been given Town Planning permission for construction of the hotel with some “conditions”.

Comissiong had said earlier in a statement that his checks at the Town Planning & Development Office showed that no permission had been given by the Chief Town Planner for 15-storey hotel at Browne’s Beach. (GE)

Please read the full story in today’s Sunday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.


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