Sale of public land (FOI)
Sale of public land (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by Government of Jersey and published on 08 July 2019.
Prepared internally, no external costs.
How many parcels of land have been sold off by the government in 2016, 2017, 2018 and so far in 2019.
How much money has been raised by these sales of land?
What has the money made been spent on?
A to C
The Public Registry holds copies of all Royal Court property contracts. During the period stated there were 46 sales. You will be able to view further information on all by searching the Registry using the search term ‘Public of the Island’
Health and Community Services were named beneficiaries of six properties held within trusts. The amount attributed to them is set out in the last column of the table below.
With regard the remainder of the funds, we are unable to provide information regarding what the money was spent on as these funds are transferred into the Government of Jersey’s (GOJ) consolidated fund. The consolidated fund is split into an operational portfolio of cash and a long term asset portfolio and the GOJ use this to pay for on-going work and one off projects.
The following table provides details of public land sold or gifted in the periods requested.
Sale of public land
Number of Sales Transactions
Total Consideration Received
Amount attributed to Health and Community Services
|2019 to 15 June||5||£140,811.00||£0.00|
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