It's your constituency funds. Tell your MP how to spend it!

Do you have ideas for how South East St. Andrew could be improved? Submit them to your Member of Parliament! Help choose which ideas get funded, and follow the progress of the resulting projects.

Who Can Participate

Anyone who lives or works in any of the following communities in the constituency of South East St. Andrew:

  • Lilford
  • Lower Vineyard Town
  • Hart Lane
  • Jacques Road
  • McGregor Gardens
  • Monaltrie
  • Mountain View
  • Musgrave
  • Nannyville
  • New Kingston
  • Stadium Gardens
  • Seymour Lands
  • Swallowfield
  • Trafalgar Park
  • Vineyard Town
  • Woodford Park
  • Worthington

    How to Participate

    Idea submissions are closed.

    Submitted ideas will be turned into community development project proposals.

    Check back soon (date to be announced) when residents can vote for the proposals they want to see implemented. Follow #TellYourMPjm for updates!

    Phase 1: Submit

    Opens: Thu, 25 Oct 2018
    Closes: Thu, 31 Jan 2019

    Do you have an idea that solves a problem you know exists in the constituency? Submit it! The constituency office will then create a short list of project proposals based on the community development ideas submitted. Are you a young person with an idea for using technology to solve a community problem? Submit it! You might qualify for a Youth Innovation Grant. Submit as many ideas as you want, especially ideas promoting Youth Employment, Community Peace Building and Crime Reduction, or Digital Skills/Literacy.

    Phase 2: Vote

    Date to be announced

    Submitted ideas become project proposals. After ideas are submitted, you get to choose which proposals get funded. The most popular Community Development proposals will be considered for CDF funding approval. The 5 most popular Youth Innovation proposals will each be awarded a grant. Vote, and encourage others to vote too! You can choose as many proposals as you want, as long as your choices do not exceed a total of J$1,000,000.

    Phase 3: Monitor

    Date to be announced

    After the most popular Community Development proposals are selected, they will be prepared and sent to Parliament for approval. Once a proposed project is approved, you can then monitor its progress during implementation.