The Urban Development Corporation (UDC) in association with the Desnoes and Geddes Foundation will be hosting a benefit concert in support of the Marie Atkins Shelter in Downtown Kingston.
In July 2016, Prime Minister, Andrew Holness mandated the Urban Development Corporation (UDC) to make the development of a third city, a priority. Since then, the Corporation has been conducting groundwork, with the involvement of a multi-agency steering committee, to create a plan and lead the progression of this major development.
More than 1,300 volunteers participated in the Urban Development Corporation (UDC’s) coastal cleanup project at the Hellshire Bay Beach in Portmore, St. Catherine on International Coastal Cleanup Day.
The Urban Development Corporation (UDC) has invested in the educational development of twenty Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT) awardees through individual grants of 10,000 dollars
The Montego Bay Waterfront has been seeing the effects of climate change with rising sea levels and decreasing shorelines, evident in the loss of some 7.7 acres of beach from Closed Harbour to One Man Beach over the past 25 years. The Government through the Urban Development Corporation has stepped in to minimize the deterioration of the shoreline.
The redevelopment of Downtown Kingston was among the highlights at the Kiwanis club of Eastern Kingston and Port Royal’s 46th anniversary meeting and induction ceremony, where Dr. Damian Graham, General Manager of the Urban Development Corporation presented its progress and opportunities and called for partnerships for social intervention in the development area.
The government will be spending over 4 billion dollars this year on infrastructure upgrades in Ocho Rios, St. Ann. Funds for renovation are being provided by the Urban Development Corporation, UDC and the Port Authority of Jamaica, PAJ.
This summer, the walls of the Jamaica Conference Centre – The island’s premier conference venue, provide the perfect backdrop for the Jamaica Visual Arts Exhibition.
The Marie Atkins Night Shelter received a well needed facelift on Labour Day, Tuesday, May 23, thanks to team members from the Urban Development Corporation.
On today’s edition of Urbanscope we tell you more about Government Oval which will form part of the Jamaican Parliament Zone in downtown, Kingston.
The Urban Development Corporation (UDC) continues to facilitate the development of the Caymanas Estate with the build out of major infrastructure.
On today’s edition of Urbanscope we tell you more about the Urban Development Corporation’s role in the construction of the Government circle and Houses of Parliament in downtown, Kingston.
With the Easter Holidays approaching, it’s a great time to try out the waterslide and splash pad in the newly opened Central Gardens at the Dunn’s River Falls and Park!
A wave of transformation is about to hit the shores of Montego Bay, St. James as the Urban Development Corporation (UDC) gets set to construct a state-of- the-art beach park at Closed Harbour Beach, popularly known as “Dump-up Beach.”
Rehabilitation works underway at the Red Rose Fish Market in Downtown, Kingston forms part of the redevelopment project for the city. Fish vendors consumers and tourists are set to benefit from the improved facility upon completion.
The Urban Development Corporation subscribes to the Vision 2030 Jamaica National Development Plan of making the country the place of choice to live work raise a family and do business by facilitating real estate investment through public/private sector partnerships.
UDC Presents Investment Opportunities at JSE Regional Investment
The vision of a Jamaica music museum being an iconic feature on the waterfront in Kingston – the birthplace of six genres of music from Ska to Dancehall, is one of the current pursuits of the Urban Development Corporation.The Corporation has teamed up with its long standing partner the Caribbean School of Architecture to engage the institution’s students in a competition to develop concepts for the museum.
On Saturday December 31, 2016 the UDC’s Fireworks on the Waterfront promises to be bigger and better with the theme “Celebrate Good Times!”
Prime Minister Andrew Holness has mandated the Urban Development Corporation Board to make the creation of Jamaica’s third city a priority while continuing the development of the cities of Kingston and Montego Bay.