Les Pas wanted land worth £25m

- Advertisement -

A summary of legal advice given to the States shows that the Policy and Resources Committee held ‘long drawn out, difficult and hard fought’ negotiations with Les Pas and resisted handing over sites valued between £22 million and £25 million.Some of the sites mooted for the settlement were the Esplanade car park, the La Collette reclamation site and the area that was actually handed over.On 17 October, Les Pas were given a piece of prime waterfront land worth around £10 million, in return for their dropping all legal claims to the ownership of the St Helier foreshore, arising from the ancient feudal title of Seigneur de la Fief de la Fosse.

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

Latest Stories

- Advertisement -

UK News

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

Read the latest free supplements

Read the Town Crier, Le Rocher and a whole host of other subjects like mortgage advice, business, cycling, travel and property.