Residents search assembly with FIN builders

Residents seek meeting with FIN developers


The FIN development project (file photo)

(CNS): Residents living around the controversial luxury condo project, FIN Grand Cayman, as well as those who dive, snorkel and swim in the affected marine park, want a meeting with the developers to discuss how the negative impact the work is having can be mitigated. Almost 400 people have now signed a petition asking Crighton Properties and the developers, Dale Crighton and Michael Ryan, to explain to those affected by the project how they are being the guardians of the environment they are claiming to be and to listen to the concerns people have. But so far the developers have not responded to the repeated requests to meet with the public.

Rachel Osbourne, a local diver and keen conservationist who lives in the area and was one of the first people to raise the alarm after construction debris from the site washed into the ocean last month, told CNS that people are really concerned about this particular development and feel that…