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St Helier Development and Regeneration Strategy

Produced by the Environment (Infrastructure, Housing and Environment)
Authored by EDAW with input from Hydraconsult and published on 16 Apr 2008
Cost: £38,110.00


The St Helier development and regeneration strategy focuses on:

  •  the town centre
  •  the area around Colomberie in the east of town
  •  Mont de la Ville (Fort Regent)
  •  the western approach into St Helier
  •  the area around the Town Park

It is based on 10 strategic principles:

  • consolidate the town centre to create a legible and vibrant shopping heart
  • integrate the new waterfront business quarter as part of the town centre
  • define a new western gateway for the town
  • ensure provision of suitable floorspace to cater for the demands of economic growth and diversification
  • establish a design-led high quality built environment, which showcases its heritage features
  • rationalise vehicle movement and edge-of-centre car park provision reduce through traffic while supporting economic viability
  • create a ‘walkable town’ – with a network of safe routes for pedestrians and cyclists to help promote modal change in transport choices
  • create attractive residential areas to support healthy and sustainable communities
  • establish the town park as part of a network of high quality open space
  • renew Fort Regent, ensuring that it is physically and publicly accessible

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