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Property developer and investor Harvey Edgecombe has a firm belief in Montserrat’s future.
Montserratian Mr Edgecome who is based in London has been looking into the development prospects and investor interest across a number of possibilities for the island.
In an interview with Mike Jarvis, conducted recently in London, he analyses the opportunities and challenges facing Montserrat twenty years after the Soufriere Hills volcano started erupting.
Activity at the Soufriere Hills volcano has subsided considerably in recent years.
In that context Mr Edgecombe feels that a new, locally charted and led, development roadmap is now required for the island.
He questions the British government’s post-emergency policy approach to Montserrat, appeals directly to Montserratians across the political divide to put their differences aside following last year’s hotly contested election, and strongly advocates a structured outreach to Montserrat’s diaspora.