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PM: Homeownership Facilitates Laying Roots in Communities

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PM: Homeownership Facilitates Laying Roots in Communities

Prime Minister Harris (left) and Minister Hamilton (right) assist in cutting of the ribbon for one of the houses in Phillips’ Village as proud homeowners look on. Prime Minister, Dr. the Hon. Timothy Harris, took part Friday at a house-allocation ceremony held at Phillips’ Village, where 17 new homeowners received keys to houses in Bellevue, Tabernacle, Phillips, Christchurch, and Lodge Project thanks to National Housing Corporation’s Unity Housing Solution Programme.

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“What we are doing here is what we have done all over the country before,” said the prime minister.”A home is an important investment — you have to treat it with all the care and consideration. The home is somewhere that you will raise your family, and you will share memories that will stay with you for the rest of your life. A home is you and your family laying roots in a community — in this case Phillips, in the case of some persons in Bellevue, in the case of others in Tabernacle, in the case of others in Lodge Project.”

All the handovers were in Constituency Number Seven, where Dr. Harris is the Area Parliamentary Representative. Keys to two other houses will be handed over shortly.

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Homeownership, the prime minister noted, gives people confidence knowing that they are empowered and independent — a sense of economic freedom from paying rent on a property they do not own

“A moment like this, of course, brings a special joy and pride and happiness to me, not just as the prime minister, but particularly as your parliamentary representative when I see some of the people who are here, and who thanks to the Team Unity Administration will for the first time own a key which they can say, ‘this is the key to my own home’,” observed Dr Harris

The ceremony was attended by the Hon. Eugene Hamilton, Federal Minister for Human Settlements et al; Mr. Valentine Lindsay, Chairman of the National Housing Corporation (NHC); and Mr. Charles Morton, NHC’s General Manager, and was chaired by Ms. Jonelle Rawlins, NHC’s Public Relations Manager

“The Team Unity Government has made welcome progress in the area of housing for which I thank the Minister of Housing the Hon. Eugene Hamilton,” said Prime Minister Harris. “The National Housing Corporation, before year end, is expected to deliver 400 houses. They will be bigger and better than any before. Already this government has delivered over 3,000 housing solutions through a variety of government housing programmes.”

Prime Minister Harris also noted in the last two years his administration spent over $200 million to buy back 400 acres of land in Lodge, Cayon, Sandy Point, and Lamberts of the nearly 2,000 acres previously taken in a land for debt swap arrangement

Prime Minister Harris (left) and Minister Hamilton (right) assist in cutting of the ribbon for one of the houses in Phillips’ Village as proud homeowners look on. Prime Minister, Dr. the Hon. Timothy Harris, took part Friday at a house-allocation ceremony held at Phillips’ Village, where 17 new homeowners received keys to houses in Bellevue, Tabernacle, Phillips, Christchurch, and Lodge Project thanks to National Housing Corporation’s Unity Housing Solution Programme.

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“What we are doing here is what we have done all over the country before,” said the prime minister.”A home is an important investment — you have to treat it with all the care and consideration. The home is somewhere that you will raise your family, and you will share memories that will stay with you for the rest of your life. A home is you and your family laying roots in a community — in this case Phillips, in the case of some persons in Bellevue, in the case of others in Tabernacle, in the case of others in Lodge Project.”

All the handovers were in Constituency Number Seven, where Dr. Harris is the Area Parliamentary Representative. Keys to two other houses will be handed over shortly.

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Homeownership, the prime minister noted, gives people confidence knowing that they are empowered and independent — a sense of economic freedom from paying rent on a property they do not own

“A moment like this, of course, brings a special joy and pride and happiness to me, not just as the prime minister, but particularly as your parliamentary representative when I see some of the people who are here, and who thanks to the Team Unity Administration will for the first time own a key which they can say, ‘this is the key to my own home’,” observed Dr Harris

The ceremony was attended by the Hon. Eugene Hamilton, Federal Minister for Human Settlements et al; Mr. Valentine Lindsay, Chairman of the National Housing Corporation (NHC); and Mr. Charles Morton, NHC’s General Manager, and was chaired by Ms. Jonelle Rawlins, NHC’s Public Relations Manager

“The Team Unity Government has made welcome progress in the area of housing for which I thank the Minister of Housing the Hon. Eugene Hamilton,” said Prime Minister Harris. “The National Housing Corporation, before year end, is expected to deliver 400 houses. They will be bigger and better than any before. Already this government has delivered over 3,000 housing solutions through a variety of government housing programmes.”

Prime Minister Harris also noted in the last two years his administration spent over $200 million to buy back 400 acres of land in Lodge, Cayon, Sandy Point, and Lamberts of the nearly 2,000 acres previously taken in a land for debt swap arrangement.

“We have redeemed 400 acres of land,” said Prime Minister Harris. “At 5,000 square foot we have about eight homes for every acre. Multiply that by 400 — it means 3,200 persons now have the opportunity to own their piece of the rock in St. Kitts and Nevis thanks to the vision and progressive policies of your government — the vision of a property-owning society which Team Unity is ably constructing.”