Mumby, Clarendon

Site Name:  Mumby
Location:  Part of Monymusk in the parish of Clarendon
Proposed Use:
Land Size:  477 hectares
Title:  Volume 1304 Folio 620
Site Features:

  Surround by the communities of Alley, Lionel Town, and Springfield
Irregularly shaped and flat with sections having established ponds as it was previously used for aquaculture
All boundaries are open and the property is bounded by several sugar cane farms and the Caribbean Sea.

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