Collas Crill Cayman Managing Partner Stephen Leontsinis was joined by Jeremy Superfine, Chief Operations Officer for Orchid Development, and Hannah Reid Ford from the Ministry of Sustainability and Climate Resiliency at a special tree planting ceremony in Cricket Square on 6 October.
The initiative encourages individuals, schools, constituencies and corporations to plant native and endemic plants with cultural significance as a lasting legacy of the Platinum Jubilee.
An ambitious goal has been set to plant 70 trees per constituency with an additional goal of planting 70 mahogany trees across all three islands.
The initiative will support local biodiversity, enhance community wellbeing, and combat climate change.
The Collas Crill tree will be commemorated on a digital map that works as a record of all the Jubilee tree planting projects across the Cayman Islands.
Stephen Leontsinis said: 'This tree signifies Collas Crill's ongoing commitment to promoting the environmental sustainability of our islands and a part of our long term investment into our local community. We are delighted to have partnered with Orchid Development in support of their commitment to environmental conservation and beautification efforts in the local community.’
Caption (L-R): Jeremy Superfine, Chief Operations Officer for Orchid Development, Collas Crill Cayman Managing Partner Stephen Leontsinis and Hannah Reid Ford from the Ministry of Sustainability and Climate Resiliency
Partner and Head of the Property Team, Gina Berry, Group Managing Partner Jason Romer and Cayman Managing Partner Stephen Leontsinis are joined by Collas Crill staff and members of the Cricket Square team.