Hurricane repairs at Clocktower Mall
Five businesses have temporarily closed while repairs are made to the hurricane-damaged roof of the Clocktower Mall in Dockyard.
A new roof is required for the Great Northern Storehouse within the mall after it was badly hit during Hurricane Humberto last September.
The West End Development Corporation advised that the North Lawn side of the Mall would be closed until the project is completed by the end of the March.
Davison’s of Bermuda, Calypso, AS Cooper&Sons, The Perfume Shop and Crisson Jewellers will all be closed while work takes place.
Joanna Cranfield, Wedco’s business development manager, said: “After Hurricane Humberto, we went through a period of damage assessment, followed by insurance submissions and we have now received the insurance approval to replace the roof on the Great Northern Storehouse.
“We are very pleased with the timing of this approval as we are able to plan the works and have them completed by the time the cruise ship season starts.
“We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause to the public, but we want to stress that the Clocktower Mall will be open for business as normal with the exception of the five stores located in the Great Northern Storehouse.”
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