Demolition of the 1937 Airpot building (FOI)
Demolition of the 1937 Airpot building (FOI)Produced by the Bailiff's Chamber
Authored by Government of Jersey and published on 01 April 2021.
Prepared internally, no external costs.
My questions relate to the Old Jersey Airport Arrivals and Departure Building.
I would like to see all correspondence and reports relating to the demolition of the building on safety grounds over the last five years. These will include all documents between the Airport and Government Authorities and the UK Civil Aviation Authority and the Directors of Civil Aviation for the Channel Islands.
The decision to demolish the Jersey Airports Arrival and Departure building has been rescinded. Further information can be found on www.gov.je using the following link.
Requirement to demolish Airport arrivals hall is rescinded
We have searched our planning files and have provided documents from over the last five years relating to the demolition of the building.
However, we have not included information that is already accessible in the planning register for application www.gov.je using the following link:
P/2010/1729 as this is exempt under Article 23. These can be accessed on
Planning application search results
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