The Department for Infrastructure (DfI) has advertising banner sites available in St Helier.
These banner sites are only for charitable or non-profit making organisations.
There are three sites available:
- Steam clock
- La Route de la Liberation
- Les Jardins car park (wooden fencing)
You can only book one site for two weeks per event.
Banners are not allowed to be displayed more than 28 days prior to the event.
If the DfI needs to remove your banner, you can collect it from South Hill. We shall keep it for three months and then dispose of it.
Railing banner rules
DfI have raised banners sites available in St Helier.
You can book the following locations from February to October:
- Clinton Cards to Ecco, King Street
- Jojo Maman Bebe to Marks & Spencer, King Street
- WH Smith to 99 Cafe, King Street
- JT to Next, Queen Street
- Market to Jacks, Halkett Place
- Kerching to Travel Solutions, Bath Street
You also need to get permission from the owners of the premises before you put your banner up.
You must make sure you have suitable insurance cover. The Minister for DfI will not accept responsibility for any injury or damage.
Raised banner rules
You can book lamp posts for your event on:
- Victoria Avenue
- La Route de la Libération
These are only available for charitable or non profit making organisations.
Island wide posters are not allowed on:
- public lamp posts
- traffic light poles
- traffic information poles
- warning sign poles
- pedestrian barriers
If you put up posters without permission you will asked to remove them.
Terms and Conditions for posters on lampposts
How to make a booking
To book a site or lamp posts, contact the events coordinator at DfI in writing or by email.