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Mar 5, 2012

Did somebody swipe BWSL Land?

We have reported on a number of cases of land fraud or land grab. One report coming out late this evening from San Pedro is that a parcel of prime property has changed hands for what documents show is a pittance. It involves Parcel Number 1193 previously held by the Belize Water Services Limited (BWSL).  According to the documents in our possession, the choice piece of land is located on Laguna Drive in the heart of San Pedro Town. The lot was the proposed site for the construction of a new BWSL building that was scheduled to begin this year. It is valued in the range seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars given the real estate prices in the island. The said property was cancelled from BWSL last November. It was converted into a seven-year lease, but the ink was barely dry when on December fifteenth 2011, the property was sold off for a mere two thousand five hundred dollars.  According to the documents, the land was transferred to nineteen year old Alyssa Tun whose address is listed as San Pedro Town but who has been traced to Orange Walk Town. The point man in the sale of the property is allegedly one David Alamilla who works for the powerful Orange Walk Minister and who is also related to Tun.   We contacted BWSL offices in San Pedro, they referred us to the Belize City office, who in turn told our newsroom that they did not know of the transaction.

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6 Responses for “Did somebody swipe BWSL Land?”

  1. Seletar says:

    Sounds corrupt. If it is, throw them in prison!

    Too many “elites” have been thieving for too long!

    Power to the people!

  2. alley cat says:

    750K, LOL! looks like a 100X100, get real!!!

  3. Charlie Price says:

    What is done in the DARK shall come to LIGHT….always,

  4. Grant says:

    It is in San Pedro town, very close to the centre, on the paved road. Though 750k may be a bit high, the true value is without a doubt closer to that than the $2,500 allegedly paid for it.

  5. Me First says:

    Corruption officers work hard and must be paid.

  6. port loyolan says:

    GAPI strikes again

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