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Posted: Tuesday 5 November, 2019 at 3:22 PM

Team Unity to deliver more housing solutions and better infrastructure, says PM Harris

Prime Minister Dr the Hon Timothy Harris addressing the nation on Monday November 4 during his monthly press conference held at the Parliamentary Lounge in Government Headquarters
By: Peter Ngunjiri, Press Release

    BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS, November 5, 2019 (PLP PR Media Inc.) -- Prime Minister Dr the Hon Timothy Harris has announced that the Team Unity Administration is about to deliver more housing solutions through the National Housing Corporation, and will continue in its endeavours to make all communities nicer and more beautiful by the improved infrastructure being carried out everywhere. 


    Dr Harris made the announcement on Monday November 4 during his monthly press conference held at the Parliamentary Lounge in Government Headquarters, Basseterre. 
    “Over 3,000 people have received various forms of housing support,” said Prime Minister Harris. “Homes have been built and I am advised that some are ready for occupancy in St. Peter’s, Crab Hill Sandy Point, Pine Garden, Christchurch, Phillip’s Village, and Bellevue.”
    The Honourable Prime Minister added: “I suspect we will get more on these from the National Housing Corporation (NHC), and the Hon Eugene Hamilton (the Minister with responsibility for Human Settlements) who is spearheading the revolution in housing.” 
    In the address carried out live on the national ZIZ TV and radio, other local radio stations and also streamed live on Facebook, Prime Minister Harris told the nation that Team Unity Administration has vigorously embarked on ensuring that communities are being made nicer and more beautiful by the improved infrastructure being carried out everywhere. 
    “The build out of roads and sidewalks for the safety of our children, the elderly, our differently abled and indeed all pedestrians has brought a new and improved look in our communities,” said Dr Harris. “It was heartening to note the pleasant enhancement of Saddlers Village as I walked the full length of this part of our Island Main Road on Saturday during my usual health walk. It dawned on me that the good times are indeed here again. The new ethos of fairness and equity is being practiced for all to see. Every area is being taken care of by the Team Unity Administration.”
    Last Saturday during a tour of St. Paul’s, Prime Minister Harris promised several residents there that his Team Unity Administration will do something to help them and end the careless neglect, they revealed to him, by the representative of over 30 years standing. 
    “Communities which for over 30 years suffered for want of paved roads can look forward positively to a major difference in the not too distant future,” assured Prime Minister Harris. “The roads at Camps, and Mattingley and Garvey’s Westland Housing Development for example are out to tender.”
    According to the Honourable Prime Minister, construction will commence shortly after the tendering processes are satisfactorily completed.
    “My government will be spending millions on roads because the people of Mattingley, Garvey’s Estate, and Camps like our people everywhere (Cayon and Sandy Point for example) deserve better and should not be left behind.”
    In conclusion Prime Minister Harris said: “Your Team Unity Government will continue to make careful policy decisions and do the hard work necessary to keep the islands of St. Kitts and Nevis heading in the right direction, creating more jobs, providing more housing solutions, and of course keeping our streets safe.”

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