City Engineer says plan approved for five-storey Camp & Robb Sts building

-Vice-Chairman of works committee differs

While the City Engineer says there is an approved plan for a massive five-storey building being erected at the corner of Camp and Robb streets, the Vice-Chairman of the City Works Committee, Anthony ‘Trini’ Boyce says he has seen none.

In an interview with Stabroek News, Boyce made a call for there to be an oversight committee to deal with the significant number of high rise buildings that are being constructed in Georgetown without having their building plans approved by the City Council.

Boyce was at the time referring to the five-storey building that is being constructed at  Camp and Robb streets.

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