Welcome to the Estate Management & Business Development Co. Ltd. (EMBD)

The EMBD is a State Enterprise under the Ministry of Agriculture, Land and Fisheries of the Government of the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago. It was formed in 2002 with one of its major roles being to manage and develop lands formerly owned by Caroni (1975) Ltd. As the EMBD continues to expand and grow as a company we encourage you to visit our website for future updates. We also welcome your comments and feedback.

Estate Management

Estate Management

This department is responsible for issuing all sub-leases for Agricultural State Lands to all suitable individuals and agencies. Cabinet approval is necessary to issue sub-leases. Read More

Residential Development

Residential Development

The EMBD is responsible for developing 20 residential sites. These sites are being developed for Caroni 1975 Ltd VSEP employees and members of the public. Read More

Agriculture Development

Agricultural Development

In the government’s attempt to strengthen and make the agricultural sector more efficient and increase overall productivity, all State lands for agricultural purposes, are to be transferred to the EMBD. Read More

What's New at EMBD

Media Release

Friday, March 31st, 2017

Press Release 2017

Public Notice Urgent

Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017

Public Notice: The following clients of the Estate Management and Business Development Company are asked to contact the Land Administration Department urgently at 223-3623 or 224-3623 or 222-4623 Please click on the link below to view list of names. EMBD Public Notice 2017 No. 1


Request for Contact – Agricultural Leases

Wednesday, August 10th, 2016

The Estate Management and Business Development Company Limited (EMBD), requests that the persons listed within the attached document contact the EMBD in connection with their Agricultural Lease entitlement. Please click link below to view this list of names List of Agricultural Recipients for Contact All persons named within this list, or their Legal Personal Representative/s are […]