Environment assessment planned for road through pristine North Side forest – Cayman Compass

The National Conservation Council has agreed that an environmental impact assessment needs to be carried out on a government proposal to extend Hutland Road in North Side through an area described as some of the “most biodiverse forest habitat” in the Cayman Islands.
Director of the Department of Environment and council member Gina Ebanks-Petrie, in a presentation on the impact of the proposed “farm road” at an NCC meeting last week, explained that the plan involves extending the road along the North Side ridge which borders ecologically important wetlands.


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