Tree planting
Prime Minister Andrew Holness (left) is being watched by a homeowner as he plants a tree in the backyard of one of the 63 new housing units at Industry Cove Manor, near Green Island, in Hanover during a handing-over ceremony last Friday.The units consist of 23 detached two-bedrooms and 40 two-bedroom townhouses on 12.21 acres of land.The two-bedroom detached houses were sold at a cost of $17.89 million each, while the two-bedroom townhouses were priced at $18.72 million each. (Photo: Anthony Lewis)

Prime Minister Andrew Holness (left) is being watched by a homeowner as he plants a tree in the backyard of one of the 63 new housing units at Industry Cove Manor, near Green Island, in Hanover during a handing-over ceremony last Friday.

The units consist of 23 detached two-bedrooms and 40 two-bedroom townhouses on 12.21 acres of land.

The two-bedroom detached houses were sold at a cost of $17.89 million each, while the two-bedroom townhouses were priced at $18.72 million each.

Photo: Anthony Lewis

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