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HLDC Will Continue To Build Private Houses

General Manager of the Housing and Land Development Corporation (HLDC), Elvis Charles says they are continuing to build private homes for persons throughout St. Vincent and the Grenadines. He said this is being done at the same time as they continue to construct Low and Middle Income Houses as well. Mr. Charles tells NBC News… Continue Reading →

Development Of The “No,Low and Middle Income” Housing Program Continues

General Manager of the Housing and Land Development Corporation (HLDC), Elvis Charles says the Government is continuing to develop its No, Low and Middle Income Housing programs. He said this is being done at the same time with the work currently being undertaken to re-construct homes which were destroyed by the floods of December 2013…. Continue Reading →

HLDC Over 100 Employed

The Housing and Land Development Corporation said more than one hundred Vincentians are currently employed in the reconstruction efforts following the disaster in December of 2013. General Manager of the Housing and Land Development Corporation (HLDC), Elvis Charles tells NBC News that Mr. Charles said the housing program, is ongoing in Fitzhughes, Cumberland, Vermont and… Continue Reading →

Charles HLDC Is Going Smooth Distribution

General Manager of the Housing and Land Development Corporation (HLDC), Elvis Charles said the distribution of building materials to Vincentians is progressing smoothly. He tells NBC News that this follows the disaster on Christmas Eve into Christmas Day last year. Mr. Charles said the distribution is being done for persons who did not suffer major… Continue Reading →

HLDC Distribution

Residents in Chateaubelair and Fitzhughes will receive Building Materials today from the Housing and Land Development Corporation. This, as the Government continues with its rebuilding process, in the aftermath of the December 2013 Trough System. The materials will be distributed to residents who suffered level one and two damage from the December floods. The presentation… Continue Reading →