Virgin Gorda, BVI, featuring striking 21acres of terrestrial Blunder Bay Estate world-class amenities, and breathtaking views, of world-renowned Sir. Richard Bransons private Necker island, Mosquito, Eustacia, mesmerising view of sailing yachts, boats and pretty neighbouring islands. Some roll right down to the white sand beach, others have access to the smaller docks. All have access to Blunder Bays sophisticated facilities for perfect luxuryisland style living.
Blunder Bay Estates is very aware of the responsibility it has as land developer and custodian of an area that is not only naturally flawless but also has a fine sustainable ecological balance. The companys mission is to sustain those green principles with every eco-friendly detail, while creating a luxury, comfortable estate for home owners and their families for generations to come.
Before construction work began, an extensive environmental report was commissioned Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA). All aspects of this report, overseen by the company environment management leader, Dr Titley-ONeal, are integrated with estate design and fully adhered to.
Infrastructure including solar power, water management, drinking water produced from sea water, collection of rain and grey water and other non-salt water waste for watering the landscape
A carefully developed network of utilities constructed underground throughout the estate
A 12 berth marina and four unique docks are being constructed not only with immense care to limit damage to marine life but also designed to blend with the sustainable environment
An independent road through the estate has also been designed to blend in, with sympathetic materials, colour choices and landscaping, and the re-use of dug-out boulders as design features around the estate
A nature and wildlife reserve will be created on a three acre wetland area currently used as a staging site for the development
Some 50 per cent of the estate will remain as natural habitat and larger mature trees are maintained, including mampoo/loblolly and gumbo llimbo/turpentine trees