The RG got to the bottom of this story! UPDATE: this story has been amended to confirm that developersí amendments were submitted to planning rather than having been approved.
The developer is still submitting 'amendments' and final approval is some time in the future.
Now that more reasons for the delay surface, which were obviously known by Fahy, the Premier and others, it opens up more questions about whatelse they are not telling the public? Ewrat and PLP made so many failed promises on a St. George's hotel that Fahy expects not to get criticized for repeating the same arrogance.
This highlites the incompetence of Bermuda governments when it comes to direct involvement in a resort hotel and residence development.