At Trou d'Eau Douce , the new building to house the police began on March 8. For City -La- La- Cure and Tamarin , the first sod should be given next month and in December for St. Pierre. These regions do not have a police station.
Police Moka host a new bulding , whose construction will start next year to replace the old colonial neighborhoods crumbling . The site for Hundred Gaulettes will also open in 2014. It is the same for Grapefruit Trou Fanfaron .
Note that the structure currently used as a police station in Trou Fanfaron has more than 240 years and is one of the oldest buildings on the island . Built between 1767 and 1769 , this structure was designed to house a small French garrison was sure what was then known as the Bay Hole Fanfaron, also known as Port Security. The building was then surrounded by water, with the exception of a close connection with the earth.
From 1810 to 1940, he will serve as British military outpost . During the 50 ', it will be declared a national monument. This structure is currently in a state of disrepair due to an obvious lack of maintenance. The police officials have decided to construct a new building elsewhere. Camp Devil and Valley Pitot will also receive their own police station. It is expected that their construction starts next year.
As for Abercrombie regional headquarters , construction should start in 2016. A study of existing structures and the amount of land available was completed in June, and architectural plans should be ready in January. The Ministry of Public Infrastructure plans to launch the tender for the construction end of 2015 and the first sod in 2016.