A company submitted an application for planning permission to develop 210 acres of land at Six Men’s State, which required permission for a change of use from agriculture, subdivision of the land into lots and the comprehensive development of the land.
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A fisherman and a non-profit organization representing fishing communities sought to review the decision of the Environmental Management Authority to grant a Certificate of Environmental Clearance (CEC) to a petroleum company wishing to carry out a 3-Dimensional Seismic Survey in the Gulf of...
Having received complaints from the first claimant and other residents of Cunupia, the Town and Country Planning Division investigated the establishment of a Concrete Batching Plant which stood on the premises of a company.
A multinational cruise line company planned on building a cruise tourism centre in the South of Belize.
A non-profit organization representing the residential communities of Cunupia sought judicial review of the decision of the Environmental Management Authority to enter into a consent agreement with a company in respect of the establishment of a concrete batching plant.
On 8 July 2013, the claimants became aware of the plans by the Government to establish a sporting development on the Orange Grove Savannah, a public open space utilized daily by a wide cross section of the public (coaching schools, youth and retirees, among others).
The Tobago House of Assembly expressly endorsed the contents of a document entitled “Framework for Identifying and Communicating with the Affected Users of BHP Billiton‘s (BHPB) 2014 Deep Water Seismic Survey Area” submitted to the Environmental Management Authority without consultation with the...
An environmental non-governmental organization challenged the construction and operation of a cruise passenger destination which included a captive marine mammal facility at Blackbeard’s Cay off the Northern Coast of New Providence.
A multinational company applied for permission to engage in exploratory oil drilling in the Sarstoon Temash National Park. The Environmental Impact Assessment for the proposed project was subject to a public consultation, held by the Department of Environment on 25 October 2012.
On 16 February 2007 Jamaica’s National Works Agency (NWA) submitted applications for the construction and dredging projects in the Palisadoes, an area with significant historical, ecological and cultural value.