New Director of Planning
A new Director of Planning will be charged with streamlining the planning process.
Victoria Pereira, who previously worked on a series of major construction developments in Bermuda, replaces Aideen Ratteray Pryse, who was promoted to permanent secretary.
She will aim to improve efficiency and ensure the island’s planning and building standards are upheld, according to a press release from the Ministry of Home Affairs.
Ms Pereira joined the Department of Planning in 2004 as a trainee planner and later worked on projects including the Hamilton Princess Hotel and Beach Club, the America’s Cup Village, the airport redevelopment and the St Regis hotel development in St George’s.
Home affairs minister Walter Roban said: “I am pleased with the appointment of Victoria Pereira as our new Director of Planning.
“Ms Pereira will bring a wealth of skills and knowledge to the post and I look forward to the contributions that she will make.”
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