Development works continue at the beachfront property, along the Howard Cooke and Jimmy Cliff Boulevards, popularly known as ‘Dump Up Beach’ in Montego Bay, St, James. The 16-acre property is being transformed into a recreational space that will operate as a free access licensed public beach and a multi-purpose Park for residents and visitors to Montego Bay.
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Work continues on the Closed Harbour Beach Park Development Project in Montego Bay, St. James, which is being funded by the Government of Jamaica, Tourism Enhancement Fund (TEF), St. James Municipal Corporation and the Inter-American Development Bank, under the Urban Development Corporation (UDC’s) Montego Bay Redevelopment Programme. The 16-acre property, formerly known as Dump-Up Beach, is being transformed into a recreational...
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