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 space, with amenities that will allow it to operate as a free access, licenced public beach. Press play top find out more about this development on Urbanscope.
As part of the UDC’s commitment to create more green spaces throughout the country, the entity is set to plant 1,000 trees at National Heroes Park under its Houses of Parliament and Government Campus Project. Listen to this edition of Urbanscope to get the details.
Downtown Kingston will come alive on Wednesday, December 31 for another spectacular staging of fireworks on the Waterfront. Fireworks on the Waterfront forms part of the Urban Development Corporation (UDC’s) Downtown Kingston redevelopment plan to establish the area as a commercial, entertainment, and cultural district. Learn more about this annual imitative on this edition of Urbanscope.
The People’s Choice and winning architectural design for Jamaica’s new Parliament building, ‘Out of Many One People’, is moving closer to the construction stage. Find out more on today’s edition of Urbanscope.
The Urban Development Corporation (UDC) spearheads and participates in several initiatives geared at ensuring the preservation and sustainability of the natural environment and its ecosystems. Find out more on today’s edition of Urbanscope.
On today’s edition of Urbanscope, The Urban Development Corporation (UDC) Team celebrates National Tree Planting Day along the Port Royal Coastline. Stay tuned to find out more about this event
Each year, the Urban Development Corporation (UDC) joins the rest of the world in commemorating International Coastal Cleanup Day by hosting a beach cleanup. The clean-up efforts form part of the Corporation’s corporate social responsibility thrust, to preserve the environment.
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.
On today’s edition of Urbanscope, construction of Closed Harbour Beach Park Project is on track for completion by end of 2020. Stay with us for an update on the development works.
The world famous Dunn’s River Falls and Park is undergoing renovation to among other things enhance the aesthetic experience for local and international clients. The repairs to the Jetty on the property, forms part of ongoing efforts to improve the attraction as Senior Project Manager at the Urban Development Corporation, Joseph Lewis explains.
Thinking of ways for you and your family to beat the heat this summer? Not to worry, the Urban Development Corporation has you covered! Listen and find out about all the attractions where you can cool down, and feel refreshed as the temperatures rise.
On today’s edition of Urbanscope, we take a look at how the Urban Development Corporation (UDC) is making development happen in Western Jamaica. And just before we continue, the UDC also takes this opportunity to publicly express condolences on the passing of its founder, the Most Honourable Edward Seaga who paved the way for the development of the Kingston, Ocho Rios and Montego Bay Waterfronts.
On today’s edition of Urbanscope, the Urban Development Corporation spruces up Denham Town Primary and Eltham Basic School on Labour Day.
The Urban Development Corporation (UDC) has rolled out additional investment opportunities for local and international investors. The first investment opportunity, takes us to the western end of the island to the just over 6-acre property located on the western side of Gloucester Avenue.
Investment opportunities are now available in Downtown Kingston. We tell you more about these opportunities in today’s edition of Urbanscope.
The winner of the Houses of Parliament Design Competition has been announced. Find out more on today’s edition of Urbanscope.
The Urban Development Corporation (UDC) as a development agency, is a significant contributor to the construction industry, through its current multi-billion project portfolio management. Upcoming and ongoing UDC projects include the 1.29 billion dollar Closed Harbour Beach Park Development, renovation of the groynes on the Montego Bay Waterfront, the 3.9 billion dollar Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade building and Government Oval Project, among others.
Many of Jamaica’s alluring water-based attractions are managed by the Urban Development Corporation (UDC). We feature some of these attractions, on today’s edition of Urbanscope.
The Closed Harbour Beach Development Project is one step closer to completion, following a recent groundbreaking ceremony for the state of the art public beach and multipurpose park. Stay with us for the details on this week’s edition of Urbanscope.
The Houses of Parliament Design Competition is now in its final phase, with the winners set to be named this March and The People’s Choice Award is up for grabs.