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Planning applications for the George de Carteret statue (FOI)

Planning applications for the George de Carteret statue (FOI)

Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by Government of Jersey and published on 31 July 2020.
Prepared internally, no external costs.


In relation to the George Carteret statue:


Which two planning applications generated ‘Percent for Art’ donations of £20,000 from Ports of Jersey and £1,141.50 the Government of Jersey Planning and Building Services Department?


Who was the Treasury Minister and Assistant Treasury Minister at the time the Treasury made a £15,000 donation to the George Carteret statue?



The two planning applications that generated Percent for Art (PfA) funds for the George De Carteret Statue in St Peter were:

Planning Application P/2013/1614 - States of Jersey Airport, L'Avenue de la Commune, St. Peter

Planning Application P/2008/1708 – Former Channel Television, La Pouquelaye, St. Helier

The PfA contribution from the Planning Application for the Former Channel Television Site was for a stainless steel sculpture called the ‘Obelisk’ to be attached to the wall in the development. There was a small sum of money left over which the applicant agreed should be placed in the ‘pooled PfA fund’ This money was passed to the Parish of St Peter to part fund the statue.


Treasury Minister Philip Ozouf

Assistant Treasury Minister Edward Noel

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