The quasi-governmental agency that oversees the SouthField development has accused the master developer of breaking its contract and is giving the company 30 days to correct the situation.
But the developer isn’t budging.
The ultimatum issued by the South Shore Tri-Town Development Corporation to Florida-based Starwood Land Ventures is the latest public rebuke hurled in the escalating quarrel over the development of the real estate formerly occupied by the South Weymouth Naval Air Station.
Spanning 1,400 acres within the towns of Abington, Rockland, and Weymouth, SouthField now has just a smattering of new dwellings. It was supposed to grow into a community of 2,855 homes, a village center filled with restaurants and shops, a golf course, walking trails, an Olympic-sized skating rink, athletic fields, and office space by 2017, but Starwood and Tri-Town can’t seem to agree on how to move the project forward. Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.