Development At Queen Elizabeth Park II Moves Forward


1-NOV-2014--QUEEN-ELIZABETH-PARK-II-MOVES-FORWARDPlans to expand, restore and revitalize the Queen Elizabeth II Park have begun to unfold with the initiation of works at the site. Premier and Minister for Tourism, Dr. D. Orlando Smith, OBE expressed his enthusiasm for the project saying that “the design improvements will provide a safe area for children to play, there is much needed green open space and much-needed public amenities in the Road Town area that will be in keeping with Government’s desire to improve Road Town’s image. Additionally, the improvements will also contribute to the health and well-being of residents in the Territory.” The new park is also slated to have pathways, hard landscaping, car park, boardwalk, lookout point, picnic area, children’s playground, central lawn with island, water features, shaded structures and seating. Premier Smith further stated “the new park demonstrates Government’s commitment to improving the quality of life for residents and enhancing the Territory’s Tourism product.” The Queen Elizabeth II Park was established in 1974.