Andium’s Ann Court Homes Approved

24th November 2017

An artist’s impression of the site shows the road outside the Arts Centre paved over and lined with trees. Credit: Andium Homes

Two listed buildings and a pub will be demolished to make way for 165 new homes in St Helier.
Andium Homes has been given permission to build 130 one bed and 35 two bed properties at Ann Court.
It will also create a shoppers car park with 137 spaces.
Five apartment blocks of between four and six and a half storeys will replace two listed buildings which are part of a terrace of seven homes, and Toddy’s Bar, which will also be knocked down.
Planning officials say the usual policy of not demolishing listed buildings is balanced by the improvements the scheme will deliver to the overall area.
Under the plans, a new public square will be created on the current Ann Place car park.
Roads outside the Arts Centre will be permanently closed to traffic.


The development is one of a number Andium is planning for the north of town.
The States-owned housing company is due to own 1600 properties within a half mile radius when further homes are built at the Ann Street Brewery, the Jersey Gas site and at Robin Hood corner.


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