The Minister for the Environment resolved on 17th July 2017 that a Public Inquiry is to be held into the outline planning application submitted for the construction of a new hospital with associated landscaping, highways and infrastructure works, including the addition of 2 No. half-decks of parking to Patriotic Street carpark, following the demolition of the Stafford Hotel, Revere Hotel, 33-40 and 44 Kensington Place, including Sutherland Court, and parts of General Hospital (application reference PP/2017/0990)
The Inquiry was held in accordance with the Planning and Building (Public Inquiries) (Jersey) Order 2008 (Amended 2015).
Planning application reference PP/2017/0990
The inquiry opened on Monday 6 November and formally closed on Friday 10 November.
Representations were heard and considered by Mr Philip Staddon BSc, Dip MBA (Distinction) MRTPI, the independent Inspector appointed to hold the Inquiry. The Inspector will now prepare his report, which will be submitted to the Minister before the New Year.
final version of the Inquiry Programme has been issued.
Statements of Case
The deadline for the submission of Statements of Case was Friday 22 September 2017. All the Statements received are available to view on the Inquiry Documents List:
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Final Inquiry document list
Core Documents List
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Core documents list
Inspector's report and recommendation
Decision of The Minister for the Environment
Questions and answers about the future hospital planning decision
Contact Mrs Helen Wilson, Programme Officer, for further information on the procedures for the Inquiry.
New Hospital Programme Officer
c/o Department of the Environment
St Helier, JE2 4US