Monday, October 17, 2005

Eliott's rise curtailed

Eliott's Tower Project

The Development and Planning Commission has not approved an application to build a 28-storey annexe to the Eliott Hotel, though the project could still get the green light if the plans are altered, the House of Assembly heard this week.

The DPC discussed the project at a meeting last Wednesday and decided that it was not satisfied with the plans as presented.

“The main issue is the height,” said Joe Holliday, Minister for Trade, Industry and Telecommunications.

“There has been discussion about possible alterations or changes.”

Mr Holliday declined to give any further information to the House because the developer had yet to be informed of the detail of the DPC’s decision. “It would be unfair for me to comment,” he said.

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