Construction continues on a waterfront project that’s caused a stir among some George Town land owners as well as the Department of Environment.
We reported in June a dispute between two land owners over a strip of George Town property.
The Central Planning Authority is set to hear an appeal in September of whether the project meets setback requirements.
In the meantime, a layer of concrete has been put down to build a wall around the newly constructed building off North Church Street.
A fence with no trespassing signs has been erected as well.
The Department of Environment in the past expressed concerns over the site because it’s near a protected marine park.
The appeal is set for 9 September.