What is Sailrock Resort doing for the local community in the Turks and Caicos Islands?

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  • Cockburn Harbour Town-Renovation and ongoing preservation of the Queen’s Parade Ground, its pier and its beach;
  • Renovation and ongoing preservation of the historic stone walls.
  • Construction and  maintenance of  a  promenade and  seating along  the  waterfront from the Queen’s Parade Ground to the Customs Port and fuel docks.
  • Landscaping and maintenance on both public and private land, including but not limited to the planting of trees and native plants, the installation of crushed local stone sidewalks and historic street signage.
  • Restoration of historic Turtle Crawl and Boiling Hole.
  • Creation of an historical tour of South Caicos;
  • Financial  assistance  to  encourage  the  startup  of  locally  owned  businesses  geared  towards  tourism  on South Caicos.
  • Support for the annual Queen’s Regatta, Christmas, New Years and other festivals that may take place.
  • Landscaping and maintenance along public roads throughout the island.
  • Restoration and maintenance of the canals that feed the Salinas.
  • Construction and maintenance of nature and hiking/biking trails throughout the island.
  • Creation of an animal preserve for the wild donkeys and horses.
  • Maintenance of public roads that lead to the development to the extent that government does not provide the maintenance.
  • Move existing suspended utility lines along public roads to underground positions.
  • Renovation and ongoing preservation of buildings, both public and private.
  • Marina and waterfront construction and enhancements.
  • Beach enhancements.
  • Airport and surrounding airport enhancements.
  • Financial assistance for businesses geared towards products focused on and located in South Caicos.
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