Next 99.1fm will be broadcasting live from the Boardwalk on Sunday 5th & Monday 6th April. There will be lots of prizes and giveaways!
All amenities on the boardwalk will be available, including Paddy’s Aqua Centre, who will be hosting its inaugural Easter Egg Hunt! The hunt kicks off at 2pm! Bring your children for a memory they will never forget!
The live broadcast will also promote the CDA’s ‘Job of a Lifetime Career Fair’ scheduled for the 17th & 18th April 2015.
To read more about the ‘Job of a Lifetime Career Fair’, please click here.
Enjoy the long weekend and holidays with us at Paddys, we have tons in store for the family with daily giveaways and an Easter egg hunt on the boardwalk on Easter Monday starting at 2pm.
Remember you can call us at 461-1670 for group bookings and more information!
The public’s unrestricted access to Chagville beach in Chaguaramas will continue as preparations begin for the construction of the much anticipated water and amusement park on the popular beach site.
CDA’s Communications Manager, Kizzie Ruiz, said construction of the water park is part of phase three of the Boardwalk development project and will include rehabilitation of the seawall and other features to prevent beach erosion. Continue reading CDA assures access to Chagville beach
The CDA wishes to categorically refute inaccurate statements being circulated that the Authority will be cutting down the canopy at the Bamboo Cathedral.
- The proposed project in question includes the implementation of the lighting scheme at Bellerand Road, off Tucker Valley Road. Please note that Bellerand Road is NOT the Bamboo Cathedral.
- This project is being undertaken by the Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission in conjunction with the Chaguaramas Development Authority, under the close guidance of the Environmental Management Authority (EMA).
- Conditions within the Bellerand area present a safety and security hazard due to a lack of lighting.
- No final decision has been made regarding the lighting scheme to be adopted. Negotiations are ongoing to review all options that will allow for a balance between the need for lighting for road users, pedestrians and cyclists in the area, while maintaining the environment’s natural beauty and the protection of wildlife.
The CDA views the unique natural environment of Chaguaramas as the most important resource on the Peninsula. It continues to factor in environmental protection as a major feature of all its projects.
In light of the above, the CDA wishes to reassure the general public that we are currently in consultation with the relevant authorities to ensure that the best solution is achieved and is in accordance with environmental standards.