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The developer behind a planned golf resort in the eastern districts is now seeking to bring a new bulk fuel storage facility to Grand Cayman.
Texas-based energy company Navasota has signed a joint venture agreement with the developer of the Ironwood golf resort proposal in a deal that the two companies hope will bring a fuel transshipment terminal to Cayman’s eastern districts.
Plans for an 18-hole Arnold Palmer golf course and resort in the eastern districts are still on track despite a lull in activity on the project since the death of the golf legend, developer Ironwood says.
Cayman Islands developer Joe Imparato will design and build a 100-room clubhouse and lodge as part of the Arnold Palmer-branded Ironwood golf resort planned for the eastern districts.
Prepare to weigh anchor, Cayman: We are about to embark upon another banner season for our tourism industry.
The political cliché “There’s plenty of blame to go around” does not apply to the controversy now swirling around the announcement by the National Conservation Council’s unanimous decision to require an environmental impact assessment before the “Ironwood road” can proceed.
Golf resort developer Ironwood has claimed that the requirement to carry out an environmental impact assessment on a new 10-mile stretch of highway could kill the road project.
A highway is plotted directly through the “ecological heart of Grand Cayman.” On one side are elected leaders who support the project. On the other are officials charged with protecting the environment. What we have here, folks, is a high-stakes game of chicken.
A 10-mile highway extension providing swift access from George Town to a planned golf resort in the eastern districts will require an environmental impact assessment before it gets the green light, the National Conservation Council ruled Wednesday.
The developers of the Ironwood golf course in Grand Cayman hope to make the resort a final tribute to Arnold Palmer, the course’s designer and a legend of the sport, who died this week at the age of 87.
Local contractors will be given priority as developer Ironwood prepares to break ground on its multi-million dollar Arnold Palmer golf course and resort in the eastern districts.
A multimillion-dollar project to build a 27-hole golf course in the eastern districts was granted planning approval this week, despite calls for an environmental impact assessment to be carried out before work begins.
Plans were submitted Friday for an 18-hole Arnold Palmer-designed golf course in the eastern districts of Grand Cayman.
After five previous unsuccessful attempts to find a buyer for a mountain of scrapped tires at the George Town landfill, officials now plan to pay a recycling firm to get rid of them.