10 October 2022
To mark World Homelessness Day, the government is raising awareness of the local services
available for Islanders who find themselves, or someone they know, needing support.
The government’s Housing Advice Service has been set up to provide a wide range of information,
advice and practical support around all aspects of housing in Jersey. This ranges from providing
help to property owners, landlords, tenants, those looking to buy or sell a property, those at risk of
becoming homeless, or those with housing-related concerns or complaints.
The specialist team, based at Philip Le Feuvre House, La Motte Street, work in partnership with
agencies, organisations and other government departments to ensure that the appropriate wraparound support is provided, tailored to the needs of each individual.
Minister for Housing and Communities, Deputy David Warr, said: “We want to make sure that
Islanders are aware of the support that’s available to them and how they can access it. By working
with a range of organisations, we are committed to raising the visibility of the network of agencies
that are working together to deliver this service.
“I would encourage those that need it to access the services that we have available, and to contact
the team who are in a prime position to support Islanders and provide their expertise.”
Contact the team:
Online at www.gov.je/housingadviceservice
Phone: 01534 444 444
Customer and Local Services
PO Box 55, La Motte Street,
St Helier, Jersey, JE4 8PE