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$151m fencing project planned for National Heroes Park

Published:Friday | November 13, 2015 | 11:54 AM

The Government is to spend more than $151 million to construct a fence around National Heroes Park in Kingston.

Black Brothers Incorporated Limited has been awarded a contract by Cabinet to erect the fence.

Cabinet says the perimeter fence is being constructed under the National Heroes Park Redevelopment Project and represents a portion of a phased programme aimed at upgrading the entire Park.

It adds that the perimeter fencing is expected to improve the appearance and security of the Park.