PROMINENT BUSINESSMAN Sir Charles Williams has appealed for bureaucratic stumbling blocks, which he said are hindering development, to be removed.
At the official opening of his Apes Hill Country Club, Sir Charles expressed frustration at the obstacles he said developers faced while going through the regulatory processes before they could execute projects.
The $19 million facility, designed by architect Larry Warren, was funded by the National Insurance Department and Republic Bank. It commands an imposing view across a landscape dotted with luxury villas costing between US$1.3 million and US$6.5 million.
Sir Charles sided with views frequently aired by Minister of International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development Donville Inniss, who has been speaking out on business facilitation and the problems business people encountered.
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