March 12, 2018
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A COALITION of environmental organisations and local developers have proposed a phased development for the highly sought after Lighthouse Point property valued at more than $23 million.
The Eleuthera Chamber of Commerce’s president yesterday called for “a much bigger partnership” between community, government and developer to maximise the Disney project’s benefits.Thomas Sands, speaking after last night’s Town Meeting on the propose
A RECENT Public Domain survey has found that more than 30 percent of Bahamians support Disney Cruise Lines’ proposal for creating a cruise destination at Lighthouse Point, Eleuthera.Of the 994 households the market research firm surveyed across the c
Disney Cruise Line’s president yesterday admitted it had been “bothered” by inaccurate criticism of its Lighthouse Point plans, which created fears of brand and “reputation” damage. Jeff Vahle, in an interview with Tribune Business, said the “only ac
ENVIRONMENTALISTS are calling for the entire 700-acre peninsula comprising the area known as Lighthouse Point, Eleuthera to be protected from commercial development.
TOURISM Minister Dionisio D’Aguilar has addressed controversy surrounding proposals to develop Lighthouse Point in Eleuthera, saying although the 700-acre property is privately owned, the government will not sanction the commercial development of the actual lighthouse site or the surrounding beach.
THE Bahamas National Trust yesterday confirmed its efforts to secure Lighthouse Point as a national park and a “model for sustainable” development.
ENVIRONMENT groups from across The Bahamas have come together to launch a petition to save Lighthouse Point, a historic Eleuthera landmark residents fear could be destroyed by major capital development if not protected. “Lighthouse Point is one of t