Ann Street Brewery planning matters (FOI)
Ann Street Brewery planning matters (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by Government of Jersey and published on 18 January 2021.
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I would like to request the following:
In relation to a current planning application submitted for the Ann Street Brewery, one of the supporting documents (flood risk & drainage statement) says under 3.2.2 “therefore SOJ GHE do not consider the site to be at risk tidal flooding”
Will the States department please provide the document that states this and any accompanying minutes of meetings in relation to this project.
Please find attached correspondence with Stantec who were commissioned by the developer to provide an Environmental Impact Assessment for the site. The relevant statement is at the end of paragraph four.
Email May 2020
Ann Street Brewery site May 2020
Extract 1795 map of St Helier
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