Government In Receipt Of City Waterfront Plans

June 20, 2013

After what the Government said was “several months of continuous requests,” the Minister of Home Affairs Michael Fahy confirmed today [June 20] that the Government is now in receipt of the outstanding documentation regarding the Corporation of Hamilton’s proposed Waterfront Development Project.

Concept image of the proposed development:

city plans 2013 (3)

The Minister said that he and his Ministerial colleagues will review the information closely to gain a full understanding of what the commitments entail in a bid to move the due diligence process forward.

While the Minister lamented the fact that it took six months to receive the information, he did take the opportunity to thank Mayor Graham Outerbridge and the members of the Corporation for their cooperation.

And he said he was hopeful that this gesture of transparency on behalf of the Corporation would lead to a more constructive dialogue.

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  1. Werner says:

    I can’t wait to give my kids a drawing pad to show us their version of the waterfront .
    All this talk and secrecy .
    Mystery investors, mega yacht docks, no vehicular traffic on front street ….
    This is going to be unbelievable.
    We will all be saved by this development .

    • Clive Spate says:

      Your first line does sum up the pictures above!!

      Looks like the artist/designer could use these again for any waterfront project anywhere in the world.

  2. swing voter says:

    send it to referendum…..let the ppl decide.