Deputy PM Condor promotes Beacon Heights Project in Canada and Florida
BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS (CUOPM) – Nationals of St. Kitts, Nevis and Anguilla living in the Diaspora have been lauded for assisting in the modern development of countries all over the worlds and have been invited to invest in the multi-million Beacons Heights Home Development on St. Kitts.
The invitation has come from St. Kitts and Nevis’ Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Social Security, the Hon. Sam Condor.
Although he provided more details to those who attended the business sessions of the 15th Reunion of the Anguilla Nevis St. Kitts Associations (ANSAR), Deputy Prime Minister Condor said the Beacons Height Project is one initiative of Social Security, under its Investment Portfolio, in its strategy to place more emphasis on Real Estate Investment.
“It would become clearer, how local finances were invested locally; how local tradesmen and their families benefit; how our economy was boosted and how it is that our middle income nationals at home and abroad are afforded an opportunity to invest and earn prime property in the Land of their birth (and the millions the Scheme has invested in low income houses),” he told the gathering.
“Ultimately we will see how through such initiatives, our Social Security Scheme has been fortified to pay benefits for years to come,” said Mr. Condor.
Over the two days Mr. Condor led a team from the Social Security Board Beacon Heights Project in selling the multi-million dollars project.
On his way home from ANSAR in Canada, the Deputy Prime Minister also stopped off in Florida.
At a May 29th meeting, organised by the St. Kitts and Nevis Association of South Florida (SNAF), Mr. Condor used the opportunity to promote the Beacon Heights Project.