Residents protest 2nd part of Crewe Rd challenge

Cayman News Service


  • Cayman News Service

(CNS): Existing residents at Rosedale Gardens, off Crewe Road, are objecting to a planning application by the developers for the second phase of the project, which would add 84 units to the community in 14 new buildings as well as a clubhouse and swimming pools.

The CI$2.5 million, 12-acre project is aimed at homes for the local market and is situated in a man-modified area with no significant environmental concerns. But for some already living in the original phase, there are a catalogue of other issues, from the developer’s ability to see the project through to the added traffic trauma they believe it will cause.

According to letters submitted by the strata’s executive committee and several residents of the community, the rollout of this next phase will adversely impact their current living conditions, especially as a result of the increased…