Ironwood News

Ironwood Wants Tires For Unique 'Green Golf Course'

A new championship golf course planned for East End could be the answer to the government’s growing tire storage problem. Ironwood developers have researched the possibility of shredding the two million tires and using them as fill and drainage under their planned Arnold...

Golf Development Will Fund Road

A $40 million extension to the East-West Arterial will be paid for through “reallocation of import duty” from the Ironwood golf and homes development, according to Premier Alden McLaughlin. The developer confirmed that it is working out the details of a public-private par...

Tyre tourism proposed

Tossed tyres for tourism? One visiting environmental expert certainly thinks so. Dr. Jim Park is working with Ironwood Developers on a proposal to government to rid the landfill of its burning issue and use those tossed tyres as fill at the proposed golf course in North ...

Road Extension Expected Soon

The government and Ironwood developers may complete negotiations on the East-West Arterial road within the next two weeks. This is the hope of Minister of Infrastructure Hon Kurt Tibbetts. “All parties have agreed in principle,” Tibbetts said. “While most efforts have be...

Palmer Backs Major Golf Course Development

Golf legend Arnold Palmer flew into Cayman last week to throw his weight behind a $360 million golf resort project in the eastern districts.  Mr. Palmer vowed to build one of the world’s best courses in Grand Cayman and suggested the venue would be good enough to host maj...

Road Compromise Reached

A controversial plan to build a $40 million highway extension through part of the Mastic Trail nature reserve has been revised following negotiations between government and the National Trust.  The planned route for the road was moved to the south of the reserve in a com...

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