The Cayman Islands Department of Planning and a long-time local developer have conflicting views over recent shoreline modifications at the job site of what is to be a luxury condo development in the Rum Point area.
Cayman Islands Premier Alden McLaughlin, speaking recently in the Legislative Assembly, said that he “will be leaving everyone on the field” to guarantee that his administration delivers on its campaign promises to the people of the Cayman Islands.This current cycle will be his last term as the Premier of the Cayman Islands Government.
The saga continues on the Seven Mile Beach rock removal that is purportedly necessary before the construction of Cayman’s latest beachfront hotel resort.
The number of new companies choosing to officially register in the Cayman Islands has increased in the year 2017, marking improvements after a dip in the year 2016.
The Dart group of companiesunveiled plans recently for a large-scale expansion of the Cayman Islands International School.
There is a new Data Protection Law that now controls how Cayman Islands businesses and the nation’s government agencies manage people’s personal data.
According to attorneys working at the local law firm HSM Chambers, an unknown party is seemingly exerting influence on any attempt to remedy delays involving hundreds of applicants for permanent residence in the Cayman Islands.
The international trade that centers around the appropriate usage of specific animal and plant species will proceed on without repercussions as the Cayman Islands’ law protecting the environment has recently been graded as fully compliant with approved international standards.
The Cayman Islands Government has recently rolled out a newly created online application process for the issuance of police clearance certificates to citizens.
The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service stated recently that their Financial Crimes Unit did not see any report or indication that anyone in the Cayman Islands was targeted by the global Ransomware cyber attack that hit so many other nations.
Adding to the already outlandish expenses of the exceptionally overbuilt John Gray High School, the government of the Cayman Islands recently confirmed that the construction of the new school gymnasium cost the nation CI$8.8 million dollars.
Meteorologists and climate experts are suggesting this year that a below average hurricane season in the Atlantic will make it less likely that a hurricane will hit the Cayman Islands.
Planning to make portions of locally-celebrated Barkers Peninsula into a legally recognized national park, forever protected from future development, have gotten a big step closer after the recent approval of protections for eleven parcels of land on Grand Cayman and Little Cayman respectively.