Nevis: Premier of Nevis and Leader of Concerned Citizens Movement (CCM) Mark Brantley shed light on a series of projects undertaken by the Nevis Island Administration after the two-year hiatus of the COVID-19 pandemic.
He stated that the economic environment on the island is strengthening day by day with the significant initiatives and investments by the CCM-led NIA.
Premier Mark Brantley exclaimed that the island is heading towards new investment and new business opportunities, which will assist in the full recovery of the economy. The latest step taken by the Nevis Island Administration in a few days will pave the way for the development of the country.
Premier of Nevis noted, “As Nevis recovers during the post-pandemic era, I am happy to see that the economic environment on the island created by your government is leading to new investment and new businesses emerging.”
He said that the environment which is created by their government would lead the country to new business opportunities and employment.
Mark Brantley outlines the project launched by CCM led NIA, which are as follows:
- He emphasized that at Pinney’s, the island now has several new duty free shops and a fine Italian restaurant.
- At Pinney’s restaurant, people will get free shops and authentic flavours of food free of cost.
- Brantley said that at Four Seasons, the citizens of Nevis would have a new high-end duty free jewellery boutique.
- Brantley said that the various other projects are now under construction. The government is constructing two new restaurants in Charlestown, which will become an opulent tourist destination.
He said, “We have two new restaurants under construction in Charlestown.”
Mark Brantley exclaimed that they would also open a new salon and spa under the project named Chop Shop Nevis. He added, “And opening soon is a new salon and spa, Chop Shop Nevis.”
Encouraging people, he stated, “Nevis, let us Ignore The Noise and Keep Pushing.”