Caribbean Estates and Property

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT – OUR COMMITMENT (finding your ideal Caribbean Estates and Property)

We know and love the Grenadines and we want to help people whose dreams take them there too. However we also care about these islands’ communities, ecosystems and environmental qualities – the assets that make the Grenadines so wonderful; and we are conscious of our wider environmental responsibilities too.

Being committed to principles of sustainable development, we will encourage:

  • Careful selection of property sites for development
  • Environmentally responsive site planning, architecture and landscaping
  • Use of low-impact building materials
  • Incorporation of measures to minimise use of energy from non-renewable sources
  • Carbon off-setting whenever emissions cannot be avoided
  • Ecological awareness
  • Employment of local people for building and other trades wherever possible
  • Investing most of our company profits back into the islands and their communities
  • On-going commitment to social and economic development of the local communities
  • Responsible and far-sighted environmental planning by both Government and developers


Many of the sites we deal with will lend themselves to developments that have some connection with tourism – whether in the form of resorts, hotels, villa clusters or “second homes”. The Government of St Vincent and the Grenadines is keen to encourage tourism-related developments, whilst being equally keen to protect and retain the environment and culture that visitors find so attractive. As proponents of sustainable forms of development, we support the principles of “Ecotourism” and encourage our clients to take these to heart when considering investment and development.

Those principles are well-conveyed in the following extract from the International Ecotourism Society’s website:

“Ecotourism is about connecting conservation, communities, and sustainable travel. This means that those who implement and participate in responsible tourism activities should follow the following ecotourism principles:

  • Minimize impact
  • Build environmental and cultural awareness and respect
  • Provide positive experiences for both visitors and hosts
  • Provide direct financial benefits for conservation
  • Provide financial benefits and empowerment for local people
  • Raise sensitivity to host countries’ political, environmental, and social climate”

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