Barbuda Affairs Minister Arthur Nibbs said the Barbuda Council will benefit from 30 cottages as part of Oceanographic Museum and Culture Park.
The minister, while revealing little details, said the investment would include 40 cottages in total with 10 used to earn revenue to maintain the museum and culture park.
This was among updates he gave to several proposed investments in Barbuda, while speaking during the Budget Debate in Parliament on Thursday.
He noted the local project at the old Dulcina Hotel will see the construction of 50 cottages, a bar, restaurant and facilities. He said the project has already been approved and construction is expected to start by March, 2017.
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