May 11th 2008 2:33PM There is no such thing as a private dock in Belize -- no one owns the sea so any privately built structure on the sea is public access. The owner maintains it but it is public access along with the 66 ft of beach. How can this project be "green" when the buildings will occupy the entire land mass where the real green stuff grows? Most of the green will be covered with concrete! When a building project of this size is started, the site is usually bulldozed clean of natural flora & fauna--therefore where is the green? The "green" is demolished and all animals driven out of their natural habitat. Maybe you should consider saving some of the natural greens there that feed and house the natural creatures there already. Convenient manicured landscaping after the fact is a farce--save some of the nature for the animals--your customers will thank you for that, probably have more sales. Six stories high aint so green to me either--who are you fooling?