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Dec. 18 – Press Briefing (announcement of new housing initiative)

This Briefing will feature the announcement of a new housing initiative by Montreal Management Consultants Est. (MMCE). MMCE is the company responsible for the construction of the 340 residential units in Bellevue to re-house the inhabitants of Petite Savanne who were displaced following the passage of Tropical Storm Erika. MMCE will today announce 400 additional residential units: for Roseau and Picard.

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Significant progress evident in Dominica housing project

ROSEAU, Dominica -- The Bellevue Chopin modern housing development project in Dominica has now entered an exciting stage where visitors and the intended residents can see real tangible progress being made, with new structures rising from the ground, and at last start to imagine that their dream of having a new permanent residence is taking on solid form. Funded entirely through the efforts of Montreal Management Consultants Est. (MMCE), the 340-home Bellevue Chopin development, part of the Petite Savanne Resettlement Programme in Dominica, is a ground-breaking scheme to re-house residents displaced by Tropical Storm Erika in 2015 and represents a model for future housing and infrastructure projects in the country. The project is being financed by Dominica’s citizenship by investment (CBI) programme and is likely to be the first in a series of new housing programmes announced

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Dominica Housing Development Project Update for July 2017

Montreal Management Consultants Development is an international immigration & consultancy development company. As a development company we are committed to develop a livable modern medium income residential community under the Citizenship by Investment Program of Dominica. Since September 2015, Montreal Management Consultants Development, has been working closely with the Government of Dominica in order to assist Petite Savanne residents to recover and to rebuild beyond Erika with the vision of developing and building integrated communities including Commercial Centers, Farmers Market and Cemetery.

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