BLDC To Host Public Meeting About Southside

April 24, 2017

The BLDC will be hosting a public meeting on Thursday [April 27] from 6.15pm to 8.00pm at Clearwater Middle School.

A spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Land Development Company Limited [BLDC] is holding a public consultation meeting and encourages everyone, especially residents of the St. David’s community, to attend. This will be your opportunity to learn about and share your input on the community development plans at Southside, including proposed options for the vacant lot opposite from the old St. David’s Post Office building.

  • Date: April 27, 2017 [Thursday]
  • Time: 6:15pm to 8pm
  • Venue: Clearwater Middle School Gymnasium

“Visuals will be displayed during the meeting to illustrate these proposals, as well as other business, industrial, tourism and transportation opportunities in Southside. In attendance will be representatives from BLDC and OBMI who will be happy to answer your questions about the various proposals and opportunities.

“A survey will be available for your feedback and suggestions. Your comments are welcome and important, as it will help the BLDC determine the right types of development for the Southside, St. David’s community. If you are unable to attend the meeting, the survey and meeting visuals will be posted on the BLDC website [] from April 28th until May 12th, 2017.

“For more information, please email or call [441]293-5712.”

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  1. wassup says:

    Not sure if I reading this right but does the BLDC have some projects in mind? if so, can it outline them before the meeting?
    If not, and it wants ideas, great but please follow through on them. This area has been left vacant for far too long but could be amazing.
    The fact that two mega yachts are berthed there now shows the possibilities.
    Two other things: 1. I think the public consultation should be much more extensive and involve the island, much as WEDCO did with Cross Island 2. at least three of the criteria for development must include sustaintability, job creation and attraction of visitors to St David’s.

    • sage says:

      The mega yachts parked up next to the old-boats graveyard,very classy, nice touch. WEDCO hasn’t decided who’s proposal won yet?

  2. Interesting says:

    Sounds good. But do something with the existing buildings that are left empty that are there already. Renovate them and use them. One building near the gymnastic center that has been sitting empty and left since the US was over there. Something could be done with that. Use what is there do not remove trees.