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Call to clean Edward’s house

HEATHER-LYNN EVANSON, [email protected]

Call to clean Edward’s house

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THE INJUNCTION preventing the demolition of Roland Edwards’ house temporarily remains.

But in the month between now and the next court date, the structural integrity of the Chapel Street, Speightstown building has to be determined and attorney Douglas Trotman is urging all those with a love for heritage and history to band together to clean the property.

Trotman and Edwards’ grandson Randolph Woodroffe were in Supreme Court No 8 yesterday, to counter arguments from Principal Crown Counsel Anika Jackson who was arguing for the 2008 injunction, which prevented the house from being demolished, to be lifted. The matter was held in chambers.

Madame Justice Pamela Beckles, who heard arguments for about an hour, issued an order which allowed the injunction to remain in place temporarily while Woodroffe was orderedto clean the property. (HLE)



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