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L'înformâtion et les sèrvices publyis pouor I'Île dé Jèrri

Government owned properties (FOI)

Government owned properties (FOI)

Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by Government of Jersey and published on 10 February 2020.
Prepared internally, no external costs.



Are you able to provide details and information on the current property assets held or owned by the States of Jersey / public and


Provide a list of those which you are looking to dispose of within the next year or two years and how they will be marketed to the public?



Please see the spreadsheet below for a list of all property assets owned by the Public of Jersey.

Government of Jersey property assets

We have included eight Parish owned primary schools in which the Public have a statutory interest in, rather than a freehold interest.

A number of property assets are included which are on a 150 year lease to Ports of Jersey.

The list does not include properties that are leased-in by the Public.


The following properties have been identified for disposal and are expected to progress to completion during the next two years.

  • Cyril Le Marquand House, St Helier

  • South Hill Offices, St Helier

  • Former La Motte Street Youth Centre & New Ways, St Helier

  • Philip Le Feuvre House, St Helier

  • Huguenot House, St Helier

  • Jubilee Wharf, St Helier

  • Maison Le Pape, St Helier

  • Le Bas Centre, St Helier

  • Cricket Field Cottage, St Helier

  • Stonecot, St Helier

  • Le Chatelet Annexe, St Helier

  • 12, 14 & 16 Burrard Street, St Helier

  • 52 Don Street, St Helier

This may not be an exhaustive list as the Public is approached from time to time by third-parties to seek to acquire land in Public ownership. Some of the identified properties listed above will be transferred to the Jersey Development Company and / or Andium Homes Limited as directed by the Regeneration Steering Group. The remainder will be marketed through an appointed agent in due course.

Further information regarding the planned disposal of Public properties can be found on using the following link:

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