Kittitian Hill Project withstands the heavy rains as a result of Tropical Storm Raphael

Section of Kittitian Hill

ZIZ News…Oct 15, 2012 — Tropical Storm Rafhael brought heavy rainfall and at times gusty winds to the federation of St. Kitts and Nevis during and after its passage over three days.

In a News story ZIZ News in recounting the damages caused got feedback from residences in a number of areas stating what they saw and describing what was taking place in their neighbourhood.

ZIZ erroneously stated that unconfirmed reports mentioned that part of a structure from Kittitian Hill was seen coming down in one of the ghauts in St. Pauls.

An official of Kittitian Hill told ZIZ News that everything at Kittitian Hill is still in place and there were no damages from the heavy rainfall which pounded the federation over the past three days.

ZIZ News is now retracting that article and apologises to Kittitian Hill Developers for that report which might have caused any damage to their reputation as professional developers.

Kittitian Hill is a unique contemporary Caribbean community founded on the principles of holistic, sustainable development and is set on a stunning 400-acre hillside, on the Island of St. Kitts.

On completion it will consist of a village with a centre for the creative arts, villas, apartments, a cottage hotel, destination spa, and an 18 hole championship golf course. The project is also approved for the unique citizenship by investment program.

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