UBP MP Kim Swan — the St. George’s West MP – is calling on the Government to reveal what their plan is for the former Club Med property in St George’s.
“It has been 47 months since the implosion of the former Club Med Property and there are no signs of construction as promised,” said Mr Swan.
“The lease agreement between Mr. Bazarian’s company and the Bermuda Government specified a 48 month period for completion of construction and that deadline was obviously an impossible target more than 2 years ago.
“We (UBP) call on the PLP government to reconsider the original lease of public lands which includes an already constructed golf course which sits on 80 acres within the Town of St. George’s, and share with people of Bermuda via Parliament their intent on the lease of the property which is in now in breach.”
This plan is the latest of a string for the property which has not been used as a tourist resort for almost 25 years. Prior to closing in 1988, the property was a Holiday Inn, then changed into Lowes, and then taken over by Club Med.
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