Cabot, the developer and operator of master- planned golf resort communities, sets the standard for environmental stewardship at its award-winning Cabot Cape Breton resort in Canada.
It plans similar initiatives at the Cabot Saint Lucia resort community under development in Cap Estate. Education, land protection and preservation of animal habitats are top priorities for the Cabot brand.
“Our properties are very special and we know that brings an extra responsibility to protect the sites and coastal environment,” said Ben Cowan-Dewar, CEO and Co-founder of Cabot.
The two world-class golf courses at Cabot Cape Breton have been designated a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary through the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program (ACSP) for golf courses.
In order to be certified, golf courses must meet standards in six categories: environmental planning; wildlife and habitat management; water conservation; chemical use reduction and safety; water quality management; and outreach and education.
Cabot Saint Lucia, located on a 375-acre peninsula in Cap Estate, is the first international property of Cabot and will contain a brand-new golf club, residential community and resort. The property will feature a masterful Coore and Crenshaw designed 18-hole golf course, a stunning collection of residences ranging from hillside townhomes to expansive single-family homes and customizable beachfront lots, and a boutique resort.