Author Topic: Failed attempt to put the Waterfront Development on hold.  (Read 2145 times)

Jason the Maverick

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Failed attempt to put the Waterfront Development on hold.
« on: July 03, 2008, 05:45:48 PM »
"Deputy fails to halt Waterfront development

Jersey Deputy Gerald Baudains has failed in his attempt to put the Waterfront Development on hold.

He believes members have been misinformed, and is particularly worried about the involvement of the developers Harcourt.

The last time it was debated in the States the deputy revealed the developers were facing a number of legal actions.

At the time the Chief Minister denied the claims. But later on, after he'd checked, he embarrassingly had to apologise to the States and say he was wrong.

Although a number of members still have reservations about the multi million pound scheme which involves constructing an underground road with buildings on top, only nine backed the rescindment motion. 31 voted in favour of going ahead with the plans".

It looks to me like the Establishment have had a good week....

Offline corkie_1

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Re: Failed attempt to put the Waterfront Development on hold.
« Reply #1 on: July 03, 2008, 08:54:35 PM »
it does look like they are a having a good week!
i think they will be a having a good few months they will all get everything
thru the states b4 october and sit back and watch the cock up that have made
with everything!