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HDC takes Scammer Awareness Campaign one step further

The Housing Development Corporation (HDC) has gone one step further in its efforts to raise awareness of housing scams which have been prevalent over the last six months. This weekend, the HDC installed a billboard (12 ft x24 ft) on the Public Transport Service Corporation (PTSC) building facing South Quay. This billboard advises citizens “DON’T Read the full article »

Two East Port of Spain communities get Play Parks

Two Housing Development Corporation (HDC) communities located in East Port of Spain, now have access to recreational spaces for use by adults and children. These spaces are located at Awai Lands, Belmont and Harpe Place, Observatory Street, Port of Spain and were completed with financial support from First Citizens Bank. On Wednesday March 13, the Read the full article »

MEDIA RELEASE -Fake Social Media Profiles

A number of fake social media profiles of executives and senior members of staff of the HDC have been recently created. These profiles use bonafide images of the executives and staff members and engage individuals, through online platforms, in an effort to defraud them of their hard-earned money. The HDC is aware of the fraudsters’ Read the full article »

Response to TV6 re: Water Situation at Bon Air North

We are aware of the challenges which the residents of our Bon Air North Housing Community have been experiencing over the last few weeks and once again, regret the inconvenience which this situation has caused them and their families. Over the last few weeks, we have implemented a number of solutions which were intended to Read the full article »

Statement – HDC evicts illegal occupants in Maloney

On February 21, 2019, the Trinidad and Tobago Housing Development Corporation (HDC) with assistance from the protective service, evicted a number of illegal occupants from its housing development in Maloney Gardens.The exercise was part of an ongoing targeted programme to reduce illegal occupancy and trespassing in its housing developments. These persons were served with a number of Read the full article »

Statement – Incident at Maloney Gardens Housing Community

Monday January 14, 2019 – The HDC is in receipt of information related to the death of a child at our Maloney Gardens housing community. According to the reports received, the twelve year old child climbed on to the railing of her fourth floor, Building 15 apartment and fell four levels. The child was taken Read the full article »

MEDIA RELEASE – Statement on the Arrest of HDC Employee

MEDIA RELEASE – Statement on the Arrest of HDC Employee

The Trinidad and Tobago Housing Development Corporation (HDC) is in receipt of information which indicates that this morning (Tuesday January 08), an employee was stopped on the north bound lane of the Solomon Hochoy Highway, detained and subsequently arrested in relation to the possession of marijuana. The 36 year old man, who was driving a Read the full article »

Spreading Christmas Cheer: HDC visits elderly and people with disabilities

Today, employees from the HDC’s Social and Community Services Department visited Greenvale Park, La Horquetta to spread some Christmas cheer with elderly residents and those with disabilities. Accompanied by a Parang side, the team distributed hampers filled with essential items and special Christmas treats to thirty-five (35) elderly and residents with disabilities in Greenvale Park. Read the full article »

HDC reminds the public: Beware of Impersonators

The Trinidad and Tobago Housing Development Corporation (HDC) is in receipt of information which indicates that there are individuals who have been portraying themselves as employees of the HDC and have been conducting activities which impact needy and vulnerable citizens. The public is reminded that any payment for Government-subsidised (HDC) housing must be made to Read the full article »

HDC is active and on alert in Greenvale Park and Oropune Gardens

Over the last twenty four (24) hours, the Housing Development Corporation (HDC) has been monitoring the water levels in the water courses which border all its housing communities, with particular focus on Greenvale Park and Oropune Gardens  which were recently impacted by flooding. Water pumps for both communities have been activated and flood bags have Read the full article »