This is according to the Tobago House of Assembly Chief Secretary Orville London.
London also assured that No Man’s Land remains a public space for now but urged Tobagonians to think about the employment possibilities with a Resort of this nature on the island.
Despite announcements from the Prime Minister and Finance Secretary of the THA Joel jack, about the hotel boosting room occupancy in Tobago London maintained that talks were still in the primary stages.
He stated that in his first visit to Tobago Sandal Resort, CEO Butch Stewart was taken to several sites in Tobago.
He identified three areas that could potentially be used for construction of the resort.
He revealed that Golden Grove was the largest of the three estates.
However he also stated that they were not close to a final design.
He also divulged that ‘No Man’s Land’ was not be touched for now.
He encouraged Tobagonians to consider the employment opportunities a resort on the island would present.
Tobago House of Assembly Secretary, Orville London