Admiralty House Redevelopment Survey

October 30, 2023 | 3 Comments

Age Concern Bermuda has launched the first phase of the Community Engagement Process for the redevelopment of Admiralty House.

A spokesperson said, “Following the press conference two weeks ago where Age Concern announced that they have been granted a conditional offer to develop Admiralty House by the Bermuda Government’s Ministry of Public Works, and their intent to embark on a comprehensive community engagement process, Age Concern is pleased to let the public know that the first phase of the engagement process, an online survey, is now live.”

Tanya Bule, the Charity’s Chairman stated: “The community engagement process for this project will be significant, transparent and all-inclusive and will allow all members of the community to provide their opinions, suggestions, and views on the future use of the property.

“As previously mentioned, it is important to note that even though Age Concern’s mission is to enhance the quality of life and promote the rights and opportunities of older adults in Bermuda, the end-result of this development must be one that provides sustainable benefit to all residents of Bermuda.”

“The online survey is now live and is available to all residents through to November 30. The link to the survey is:

“We do ask that residents who wish to access the survey, or share with other persons, to use the full link above, as this includes the information required to direct the respondents to the correct survey. This means that they cannot use the link from the address bar of their browser after opening the survey itself.

“The link to the survey will be emailed to all Age Concern members, emailed to other stakeholders for them to distribute to their memberships, and will be available on the Age Concern website – The survey is being administered by Narrative Research and they can also be contacted at”

Ms. Bule added: “We also wish to remind the public that we will be hosting both a virtual Town Hall and an in-person Town Hall in November as the second and third phases of the engagement process. The virtual town hall meeting will be open to everyone via an online link and is scheduled for Thursday, November 9, 2023 at 6:30 pm, and the in-person town hall meeting is subsequently scheduled for Tuesday, November 14, 2023 at 6:30 pm in the West Pembroke area and additional details on these events will also be shared as they are confirmed.”

Ms. Bule concluded by saying: “We want to hear from everyone who has an opinion on the various ways the site can be used and hope that by providing a wide range of available engagement forums, we can get as many viewpoints and suggestions from the community as possible.”

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  1. Triangle Drifter says:

    Ah yes, we have entered into the extensive talking about it phase. At least a few years of talk, talk, talk followed by recommendations to Government, where it will be kicked around for years more of talk, talk, talk.

    Next comes the presentations, complete with artist/computer generated impressions. More talk followed by much scaled back action because there is no money and the property has deteriorated to a point of not worth being saved.

    How long has Southlands been in the public hands? How many surveys on what to do with that? Seen any action on that at all except for the occasional cleanup blitz?

  2. Wow says:

    What ever they devide it has to bring in revenue that is sustainable. It is not going to be easy but they can do it

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