Jersey minister delays Esplanade development decision

Plans for the layout of the Jersey International Finance Centre The Jersey Development Company wants to build six office blocks

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A major decision on a development in Jersey has been postponed so the planning minister can receive legal advice.

Deputy Robert Duhamel is seeking advice on plans for the island's International Finance Centre, on the Esplanade.

States-owned Jersey Development Company wants to build six office blocks with underground car parking.

Deputy Duhamel said he needed more time to assess the plans, but he hoped to make a decision before Christmas.

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