Former Guernsey Brewery site plans submitted

Former Guernsey Brewery site The plans have been submitted after consultation following the release of a development brief in 2010

A developer hopes to turn the former Guernsey Brewery site in St Peter Port into 36 residential units.

Comprop has submitted plans for the project due to cost more than £20m and hopes to start work within six months.

If approved the property at the bottom of Le Val des Terres will have 28 two-bedroom local market units and eight three-bedroom open market units.

The developer said it planned to retain historical parts of the 19th Century building.

The site was first used as a brewery in 1845 and was closed down during 2001-2003.

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