Pickerings Development is located in close proximity to the ABC Highway, just a stone’s throw away from the well reknowned St. Lucy Parish Church and Mount Gay Distillery.
Flanked by the ridge front of Mount Gilboa to the south, this 220 acre plot flows into lush fields below and includes the buildings of Pickerings Plantation. It abuts Castle to the east, Fairfield to the west and the Daryll Jordan Secondary School to the north.
The property currently has planning permission for change of use from Agriculture to a number
of Use Classes. There is a commercial section, organized along the highway, with the potential of a Town Centre, ideal for the Fairfield area adjacent to the parish Church. This highway continues eastward up to River Bay which is likely to be one of the next undeveloped growth centers for tourism.
The proposed Second Airport has been identified for an area to the north of this corridor on government lands occupied by the Hope Plantation.
The Pickerings Development embraces a balanced mixed use matrix. This comprises provisions
The development is planned such that it takes advantage of the main artery to Speightstown
and to which all feeder roads join.
The site, particularly the ridge lots, enjoys a panoramic view of the northern coastline because of its terraced elevations.