Ironwood News

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...

IRONWOOD IS A GO!

Ironwood, the 600 acre, $365 million community featuring an Arnold Palmer Championship golf course in East End and North Side, is now officially under development. The agreement signed today, 17 December 2015, between Ironwood developers and the Cayman Islands Government,...

Ironwood Will Create Jobs

Those behind the $360 million Frank Sound project say it will be a job creator. That’s once the deal is ironed out. Ironwood plans to start work on the housing community – complete with shops, homes and championship golf course – once government agrees to let them extend ...

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...

Tossed tyres conundrum continues

A visiting environmental expert says Cayman has got to do something about the one million tyres tossed in its landfills, otherwise they could add to the fire problems at the dump. “Actually I was very surprised to see that kind of landfill – I never saw in my life,” said...

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...

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