Grenada’s Economic Development Agenda Being Shaped By Poole Capital’s Bru Pearce And His Sustainable Nation Foundation?

For quite sometime, it has seemed  that the people’s CHANGE AGENDA has been derailed.  Unfolding events have shown that the Prime Minister’s change agenda  is being derailed right in the bowels of  his administration.

The Budget Speech of 2011 and later the draft Growth and Poverty Reduction Strategy, causes one to ask whether Grenada’s agenda for economic development was being shaped by Poole Capital’s Bru Pearce and his Sustainable Nation Foundation.

Remember Bru Pearce of Poole Capital fame? The people’s property (Islander Hill and Ballast Ground)  passed to Port Louis for EC$1.00, facilitated by a Deed of Release of October 5th, 2006, between Poole Capital and the Government of Grenada – a deed which is not recorded in the Deeds and Lands Registry of Grenada.

Bru Pearce was also the first manager of Camper and Nicholson Grenada which bought Port Louis.

In 2008, Mr. Bru Pearce made available the draft proposal of his Sustainable Nation Foundation plan for Grenada.   Note who are Mr. Bru Pearce’s associates – (former) ambassadors and people high up in the Grenada Hotel and Tourism Association and the Grenada Chamber of Industry and Commerce.  These are the persons to whom the Ministry and its advisers are listening.

Read Sustainable Nation Foundation proposals and compare them with the pillars of economic transformation identified by the Budget Speech 2011 and the draft Growth and Poverty Reduction Strategy that is yet to be completed.

Is this purely co-incidence or are Mr. Pearce’s associates in the GCIC and the GHTA shaping the agenda?

By accident Mr. Bru Pearce’s plan for the Grenada for the next 15 years was discovered.   Please view PPT presentation which was apparently presented/prepared in 2007.  One would note as events have been unfolding in the “fullness of time”, it appears that Mr. Pearce’s vision is coming to fruition.  FOR WHOSE BENEFIT??????

Attached for information are the following:

- Download Mr. Pearce’s PPT  Vision for Grenada for the next 15 years here.

- Overview of the The Sustainable Nation Foundation

- Mr. Pearce’s  Linked In Profile

- Information about Mr. Pearce’s association with a company Landbase and the Montserrat’s Chief Minister’s response

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  4. Hi, Many thanks for posting the presentations. If you have not already seen my overview of the Universty Hospital Town project you should be able to access it here http://www.linkedin.com/osview/canvas?_ch_page_id=2&_ch_panel_id=3&_ch_app_id=62636460&_applicationId=1200&appParams=%7B%22from%22%3A%22profile_view%22%2C%22view%22%3A%22canvas%22%2C%22page%22%3A%22slideview%22%2C%22slideshow_id%22%3A%2211407782%22%7D&_ownerId=26271565&completeUrlHash=OqPn

    Sorry about the long URL all the presentation are on my linkedin page.

    As to the question – everyones I hope
    Best wishes, Bru Pearce

  5. This is a great site! Thanks for bringing it to my attention at Hill Cafe in Brooklyn the other evening! I hope that people realize that corporate money isn’t the key to happiness. Sustainable living to me means living on the land with grace and to continue to regard and protect the beauty that already exists on the islands. The need to dredge shorelines to bring in cruise ships for people who stay for one day or one week will not be in the islanders best interests in the future. More people… more pollution…more mess to clean up…
    Christine

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