THIS is the first glimpse of how the former abattoir site at Liberty Wharf could look if revised plans are approved by Planning.
The striking glass frontage will be above the entrance to St Helier’s first dedicated shopping centre. And after concerns from some members of the public, the developers behind the scheme have remodelled the building, making it smaller in height.
It is proposed that the centre will include up to three restaurants or bars serving food, one or two cafés, and around 15 shops, although it is not yet known which companies will be leasing the retail units.
Islands Developments Ltd are submitting the revised design of the former abattoir site to Planning, cutting the overall height of the building.
Islanders will be able to take a look at a model of the proposed development at the former Tourism building in Liberation Square from today.