Ironwood News

Arnold Palmer Design Team return to Cayman

Members of the Arnold Palmer Design Company (APDC) team returned to Grand Cayman in September to discuss the progress to date on the access road agreement for the Ironwood development. Mr Thad Layton, senior golf course architect and Vice President at the Arnold Palmer D...

Ironwood Featured in Financial Times

The Cayman Islands: a second-home hotspot By: Ruth Bloomfield, Financial Times Grand Cayman offers sun and security — and prices have turned a corner The Cayman Islands may be home to thousands of banks and hedge funds and may have attracted a substantial and affluent ex...

Government Responds To National Trust Road Solution

Government responds to the options offered by the National Trust concerning a controversial planned road extension that would run right through the Mastic Reserve.  Premier Hon. Alden McLaughlin and Minister Hon. Kurt Tibetts outlined the Trust’s proposed changes in a pre...

Two Bidders For Dump Tire Mountain

Government appears to have found two companies willing to take a stockpile of used tires at the George Town Landfill site off its hands, but neither is likely to be paying anything for them. There were two firm bids in response to a renewed request for proposals for priv...

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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