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Barry Alleyne

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Government yesterday unveiled an optimistic 10-point plan that is expected to lead the way in drawing back visitors from its main market, in addition to allowing tourism players to save money through a robust renewable energy initiative.
The initial cost of the plan will be in the region of $20 million.
In addition to trying to attract more visitors from Britain, tourism officials will also be placing more emphasis on assisting the villa market as well as pushing sports tourism in a way never before attempted.
There are also plans to make St Lawrence Gap a 24-hour arts, craft and entertainment centre, details of which will be released in the future.