It is with pleasure that I welcome you today on the parcel AW34 of the Orient Bay. As you know, all of the site's operators had suffered greatly from the effects of cyclone Gonzalo. Thus, in accordance with the budgetary guidelines initiated by the economic pole and under the impetus of President HANSON, the Collectivité decided to respond in an optimal way and adapted to the expectations of professionals and their clients.
As you can see, the demolition work carried out by the TMTT has already begun and we are working hard to meet the deadlines we have committed ourselves to. We anticipate a delivery of the new device by the end of October, thus allowing the operators a start of the season under the best conditions.
With a plot completely rebuilt in compliance with the seismic and cyclonic standards, the new device fits in a true harmony with the North of the Orient Bay. Thanks to a construction that is significantly set back from the existing, the beach area will be particularly enlarged and bordered by terraces suitable for the site's activities.
The new device will be harmonious with its environment and resolutely turned towards the sea and its activities. It will also be equipped with a rescue station.
I am particularly proud of the work done by the services of the Community. I am thinking of the Economic Cluster as well as the Sustainable Development Cluster, which oversaw the qualitative aspects of the project under the authority of Vice-President Guillaume ARNELL.
The reactivity of the Community after Hurricane Gonzalo shows those who could still doubt its interest and attention to the tourism sector, spearhead of our economy.
I will not hesitate to go back to all the media to get information on the progress of the project.
Vice President of the Business Unit