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Offline danrok

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Urban Village in La Motte Street?
« on: August 15, 2011, 10:06:03 PM »
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Re: Urban Village in La Motte Street?
« Reply #1 on: August 16, 2011, 12:07:14 AM »
Nope, you would have thought that something of that scale would have been in the news.

I can't see anything on Plannings site :-\

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Re: Urban Village in La Motte Street?
« Reply #2 on: August 16, 2011, 02:25:47 AM »


Interesting find danrok how do you do it ?

 This appears to go hand in hand with Chief Minister Le Suer and his friends on the CoM vision for Jersey. Bring in thousands more people, who will live in high density developments provided by a quango called Jersey Development Company, and then take Jersey independent. For what reason obviously prosperity and money, but going in who’s pocket ?

Quote from the website.
 
By providing high density, well designed flexible internal and external spaces for a wide spectrum of lifestyles coupled with a new community centre,

In another  drawing [ 71 ]  explains that it is one of proposed areas ,  my note 5 are shaded.

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Re: Urban Village in La Motte Street?
« Reply #3 on: August 16, 2011, 04:24:00 AM »
Presumably, we're looking at the site occupied by Social Security?

http://openbuildings.com/upload/group5/building40527/media/WAF%20IMAGE%208.jpg

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Re: Urban Village in La Motte Street?
« Reply #4 on: August 16, 2011, 03:10:32 PM »
This is a throw back to the days they built these kind of areas in England and they became hell to live in. today they are pulling down these type of buildings because of the way the areas had turned kids etc feral. People would not walk through the enclosed corridors because of fear of being mugged. If they went ahead with this scheme it would quickly become a no go area.  Who remembers Clarence Court ( where Stuart Syvret was brought up ) just think how that estate turned out. It looks like the establishment will want to keep the workers of this Island in areas like this so that they have the rest of the Island to themselves. St.Helier a getto and the rest a play thing for the rich etc.

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Re: Urban Village in La Motte Street?
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Re: Urban Village in La Motte Street?
« Reply #6 on: August 18, 2011, 03:32:44 PM »
This is a throw back to the days they built these kind of areas in England and they became hell to live in. today they are pulling down these type of buildings because of the way the areas had turned kids etc feral. People would not walk through the enclosed corridors because of fear of being mugged. If they went ahead with this scheme it would quickly become a no go area.  Who remembers Clarence Court ( where Stuart Syvret was brought up ) just think how that estate turned out. It looks like the establishment will want to keep the workers of this Island in areas like this so that they have the rest of the Island to themselves. St.Helier a getto and the rest a play thing for the rich etc.

That is exactly what I thought when I looked at the website.  Will they never learn?

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