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BEDC to hold seminar on North East Hamilton opportunities

The Bermuda Economic Development Corporation will host a seminar next week to highlight opportunities in North East Hamilton.

The seminar will focus on the future of the North East Hamilton Economic Empowerment Zone and is intended to offer insight into the plans and strategic initiatives being put in place to shape the area.

The BEDC said: “One of the key highlights of this seminar will be a thorough exploration of the recently legislated approved residential scheme guidelines and North East Hamilton Plan.

“Attendees will gain an in-depth understanding of the framework and regulations governing future residential development within the zone.

“The speakers will delve into the intricacies of these guidelines, shedding light on key considerations, opportunities and potential challenges for investors, developers and stakeholders alike.”

Donte Hunt, a micro, small and medium enterprise officer with the BEDC, said the seminar would offer a deeper understanding of the vision for the area.

“We hope to equip everyone from investors to policymakers, business owners to development enthusiasts with the resources and knowledge to participate in and contribute to the promising growth of the North East Hamilton Economic Empowerment Zone,” he added.

The seminar will take place on June 13 at the North East Hamilton Enterprise Bermuda Incubator Hub, located in the Donald French Building on Elliott Street.

The event is scheduled to start at 5.30pm and continue until 7pm. Spaces are limited, so those interested are urged to register in advance at www.bedc.bm.

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Published June 01, 2023 at 2:20 pm (Updated June 01, 2023 at 5:23 pm)

BEDC to hold seminar on North East Hamilton opportunities

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