The Chaguaramas Development Authority says it will remove the fence constructed by a tenant on Williams Bay, following complaints by members of the public.
The following statement was issued by the CDA on Friday.
After many verbal and written complaints by members of the public on the blocking of their free passage to walk on part of the beachfront at Williams Bay, the Board of the Chaguaramas Development Authority (CDA) has taken the decision to remove the fence illegally constructed by its tenant.
The CDA has confirmed that letters were sent to the tenant to remove the fence erected about a month ago but this was not heeded. As such, the CDA will be removing the fence today.
The CDA affirms that the public’s right of access to the beachfront must be maintained.