Do you have an objection to make about the proposed developments? It’s easier than you may think and should just take you 5 minutes.
If you wish to send in an objection, although the 21 days period has expired, the Principal Planning officer has indicated that he is willing to receive further submission before the Planning Minister makes his decision.
To comment to the States via the internet, click here and then either comment or upload a short letter.
The wording of our letter is at the foot of this post so you can copy and paste that if it’s easier for you; so long as you include your name and address and contact details it will be deemed a valid individual objection.
Your personal address and contact details will not be published.
Object via email
You can also send your comment or objection by email to the Principal Planner: John Nicholson at email@example.com
Object by letter
Address your letter to: Planning Minister, South Hill, St Helier, JE2 4US
Our letter for you to use
By all means use a copy of our letter to help you:
Application reference P/2014/2192 – Building 5 Esplanade Quarter and temporary
relocation of public car parking.
I object to the above proposal(s), as part of the masterplan, which are important for St Helier because of:
1. The “temporary” relocation of the car parking is bad for St Helier, as users will have to park further away from town/business and this will have a negative effect resulting in lost business in town.
2. The “temporary” relocation of the car parking, as part of the masterplan, is for an unknown period and SoJDC need to clarify the timing of this, including the construction of the new public replacement car park as a first part of phase one.
3. The proposed six large office buildings, with no other use, will not be good for St Helier, and the proposed mixed use scheme, with housing/public winter garden, should be provided immediately, or SoJDC should clarify when/how these will be delivered.
4. The £50 million return to the taxpayer should be guaranteed, as approved by the States, to provide social housing, and SoJDC should clarify when/how this will be paid, as a payment in 2035 is too long to wait.
[Your full name]
[Your full postal address]