JISSunday, April 24, 2005
THE new town to be developed in Clarendon, as one of several millennium projects to complement Highway 2000, will offer the market 24,880 residences and 40 schools, according to Kingsley Thomas, managing director of the Development Bank of Jamaica.
The new town development will sprawl across 4,400 hectares of land.
In a breakdown of the housing solutions to be provided, Thomas who was giving a public lecture at the Management Institute for National Development, said that the development would include:
17,000 mixed housing solutions
32 elementary schools and eight high schools
a hospital and a stadium.
The development is being led by the National Housing Trust.
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