Nevis Needs More Roads For Strong Economy

Nevis' Minister Daniel On Backhoe

Nevis’ Minister Daniel On Backhoe

Charlestown Nevis
April 17, 2008

Economic Growth demands additional investments in roads says Nevis’ Minister of Social Transformation.

The Joseph Parry Administration continued to positively impact the lives of the people of Nevis as residents of Cox and surrounding areas, will be outfitted with an improved network of village roads.
Area representative for  St. Johns Constituency and Minister of Social Transformation and Community Development the Hon. Hensley Daniel who is also a resident of Cox, had the honor to break ground to signal the official start of the project. The ceremony took place at the Gazebo in Cox on Wednesday April 16, 2008. 
Minister Daniel said the construction of the road from Pancho to Chicken Stone was vital to the delivery of goods and services and would decrease the cost of vehicle maintenance.
He pointed out that no major road improvement, road construction or repairs had taken place in these areas for the last 30 years and it was an opportune time to do a total road rehabilitation.

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New Roads For Cox Village And Nevis Environs


Charlestown, Nevis
April 17, 2008

Junior Minister with responsibility for Works, Public Utilities, Natural Resources and the Environment in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) Hon. Carlisle Powell, told villagers of the St. Johns Parish that they could tick off another promise from the list  in the People’s Agenda when their 3.5 mile road project is completed in mid 2009.
The Minister was at the time expressing complementary sentiments to Area Representative Hon. Hastings Daniel at a ceremony at the gazebo in Cox Village, to break ground which signaled the start of a $15.9million dollar project by contractors National Piling Ltd.
“You have suffered much; your representative the Honourable Hensley Daniel and my government led by Premier Joseph Parry are here to deliver to you a new standard of road that will lift the spirits of the people.
“You elected Minister Daniel to look after your affairs. I say to you that the Nevis Reformation Party (NRP) and Minister Daniel are here to deliver on yet another promise. Tick of another promise from the list in the people’s Agenda,” he said.

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Nevis Island To Setup Speed Traps


Charlestown, Nevis
April 02, 2008

Premier of Nevis the Hon. Joseph Parry continued to underscore his Administration’s commitment to support the police in its quest to eradicate crime on the island of Nevis.
The Premier made the statement at a handing over of five radar guns from a group of civic-minded individuals and the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) to the Nevis division of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police force.
The group comprised Mr. Nick Douglas, (owner of Eva Wilkins Art Studio and the Botanical Gardens on Nevis), Mr. Johnnie Clarke, (Jones Estate developer), Llewelyn Caines, (Sunshine’s Beach Bar) Lau’s Chinese Restaurant, Mr. John Yearwood, Oualie Beach Realtor), Captain Nils Hoegseth (Saga Shipping), Mr. John Virball and Mr. William Bosshard.
During the ceremony took place at his Bath Plain office on Thursday March 27, 2008 the Premier registered the NIA’s commitment to work with the police.

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Nevis Island Roads Safer Due To New Safety Markers


March 24, 2008
Charlestown, Nevis
Carleen Pemberton

The Third Phase of the Island Main Road on Nevis is set to become the envy of neighbouring Caribbean Islands.  The newly constructed section of the main road that connects the Parishes of St James and St George’ respectively, had been so neglected under the former CCM Administration that in many areas it was deteriorated beyond repair. The old Tarmac road built over two decades was almost completely disintegrated in the Zion area.

After being elected to power through fair and democratic means in 2006, the NRP Administration in keeping with its commitment to build safer and more passable roads for the people of Nevis, immediately sought to rescue drivers from this section of the island main road that were considered to be hazardous and impassable.

The response of the NIA was remarkable in the sense that drivers on Nevis today have some of the most safer and passable roads to drive on compared to anywhere else in the region.

This was made possible after the NRP Administration had appropriately sought funds to modernize and complete the third phase of the island main road.  The expert Engineers behind this driving success was Surrey Paving & Aggregate Caribbean Ltd.

The new NIA proactive stance to give the island main road a new face-lift has not only improved the aesthetic of Nevis but the new and modernized road network that connects the Parishes of St. James to St. Georges’ respectively, has also help to shape the future of traffic safety on Nevis.

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Nevis’ Record Of Road Construction Unrivaled


Charlestown, Nevis
February 06, 2008

Junior Minister in the Ministry of Communication and Works Hon. Carlisle Powell touted the Nevis Island Administration’s (NIA) record in the area of road construction and referred to it as one unrivaled in the history of any government in Nevis.
Mr. Powell made the observation when he delivered remarks at a ground breaking ceremony at Lower Stoney Grove to signal the construction of four major areas or road construction in Charlestown.
“Our record in the area of road construction is unequalled in the history of any government in Nevis. By the end of our second year in office, this NRP government would have fixed more roads than the previous government did in their entire 14 years in office. This is in keeping with our promise of making life better for all Nevisians,” he said.
According to Mr. Powell, the Administration under the leadership of Premier Hon. Joseph Parry continued to make every effort to make serious improvements to the island’s road network over time.

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