Jersey airport is given listed building status

Jersey Airport
Image caption The building was constructed in 1937 but airport authorities want to demolish it

The 1937-built white arrivals building at Jersey Airport has been awarded a Grade Two heritage listing.

But the listing is at odds with the airport authorities who have applied to demolish it.

They have cited a requirement to comply with current safety standards.

The Planning Minister Deputy Rob Duhamel will decide on the application to demolish the building at a meeting on 24 February.

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