Commitment has been given by the Couva/Tabaquite/Talparo Regional Corporation to build a recreation ground for the Indian Trail community.
Today, a media release was sent by the area’s village council which stated that its project with two contractors sought to build a ground on lands made available by Caroni 1975 Limited over 30 years ago.
It claimed that the regional corporation gave verbal approval to proceed in 2019 but forced a halt to works in February this year.
103.1FM News contacted regional corporation head Henry Awong for an explanation.
However, Mr Awong said the corporation would undertake the building of a recreation ground once resources are available.
Mr Awong also said corporate sponsors are welcomed but entities must inform the corporation of planned works and wait for written permission to begin.