Key worker flats at Hue Court and Plaisant Court (FOI)
Key worker flats at Hue Court and Plaisant Court (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by Government of Jersey and published on 04 July 2022.
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In 2020, the JEP reported that: Senator John Le Fondré has signed off a ministerial decision to temporarily convert the housing category of 45 flats at Hue Court so that they can be rented by 'key workers', rather than their previous use for social housing. The units will provide 15 short-term 'landing' flats for new arrivals to the Island, as well as long-term leases and partial ownership opportunities, aimed at medical, social and child services workers. According to the decision 42 one-bed flats will be available for around £900 per month and three two-bed apartments for around £1,200 per month."
The JEP also said: "Sir Mark Boleat, chair of Andium Homes, said that the government-owned social housing provider, which manages the property, was pleased to have helped provide this 'solution for keyworkers' at Hue Court. '48 units of accommodation have already been provided at Plaisant Court and these newly refurbished homes will add to the high-quality accommodation that is now available to the professionals we need to keep our public services operating efficiently,' he said.
My question is: How many of these units of accommodation at Hue Court and Plaisant Court are currently in use, respectively for each location?
All 45 units of accommodation at Hue Court are currently occupied.
All 48 units of accommodation at Plaisant Court are currently occupied.