UDC general manager to address KC Old Boys luncheon

Sunday, June 24, 2018

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General Manager of the Urban Development Corporation (UDC), Dr Damion Graham will deliver the main address at the inaugural Thought Leadership Series put on by the Kingston College Old Boys' Association on Tuesday, June 26.

Dr Graham, a KC old boy, will speak on the subject: 'National Heroes Park Parliamentary Square at the luncheon to be held at the Knutsford Court Hotel in St Andrew, beginning at 12.30 pm.

The luncheon, which requires a contribution of $4,000 per participant, marks a new thrust on the part of the KC Old Boys' Association to connect with its alumni, supporters and sympathisers in emphasising relevant subjects that are instrumental to national development and nation building.

The matter of the National Heroes' Park and plans by the Government to construct a new Parliament building there have formed the basis of several discussions since Prime Minister Andrew Holness disclosed plans for Parliamentarians to relocate from the existing structure along Duke Street in Kingston, to the nearby property at National Heroes' Park.

The UDC, which Dr Graham heads, is the State agency charged with the responsibility of managing the proposed building.

Those interested in attending the luncheon may contact the association at

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