“We are absolutely delighted with the Planning Committee’s decision to approve our Bath Street Redevelopment; an area of St Helier that has been in need of regeneration for decades.
This development amounts to over £70 million of investment by Le Masurier, at no cost to the tax payer, really signalling our confidence in Jersey, despite global political and economic uncertainty.
We are proud to deliver Jersey’s second Premier Inn, which will be ready in 2021, and also helping to meet Jersey’s chronic housing requirements with 144 apartments, plus underground parking, to be completed in 2022.
This substantial regeneration will also create a new public pedestrianised route from the Millennium Town Park to the Library and on to the Central Market beyond, providing vibrancy, essential connectivity and a new gateway into town.
This new lane will provide more green space in St Helier with planting, al fresco dining, communal seating, water features, courtyard gardens and residential rooftop terracing.
I would like to thank the general public and all those who supported the Bath Street Redevelopment for their help in this process.
We are incredibly excited to begin transforming our Island’s capital and our plans are to commence construction in January.”
Edward Bennett, Director, Le Masurier