Planning officer's assessment for Petit Chateau de la Mer (FOI)
Planning officer's assessment for Petit Chateau de la Mer (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by States of Jersey and published on 08 August 2017.
Planning permission was given for work, which infringed the foreshore area, to be done on a block of flats opposite the Ommaroo Hotel, , the property was called Petit Chateau de la Mer. There appear to have been a number of properties which did not remain within boundaries. I wanted to see the letter recommending a course of action to the Planning Committee of the day. You will also note the problems which Mr Alan Luce is having over the same matter which have been mentioned in the media. There appear to have been a number of cases and these need bottoming out.
Please supply a copy of the planning officer's assessment of the building project called Petit Chateau de la Mer which intruded onto the sea wall and foreshore and which was the subject of a contract in the Royal Court.
Please find attached the planning officer's assessment in response to your request.
We have also included all other documentation that we have on file for this property for your perusal. The documents contain personal data which identifies individuals. This personal data has been redacted, where necessary, as it is absolutely exempt under Article 25 of the Freedom of Information (Jersey) Law 2011.
Supporting Documents for Petite Chateau de la Mer 20170809
The application P/2009/1246 did not go to the Planning Committee as it was approved under delegated authority. Delegated authority is given to officers by the Chief Officer when an application receives less than three letters of objection, if the application is recommended to be approved. The application was recommended for approval by the case officer, and reviewed and signed off by a senior officer.
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