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Wednesday, 30 May 2012

"Just Who Is Getting The Work?"

Millions are voted for new homes


The work will include the refurbishment of the La Collette high-rise flats,
The work will include the refurbishment of the La Collette high-rise flats,

MORE than £27 million will be pumped into social housing schemes to provide new homes, refurbish existing ones and support Jersey’s struggling construction industry, the States agreed yesterday.

The Assembly voted by 42 to one, with one abstention, to transfer £27.1m from the consolidated fund, the States current account, to Housing.
It will be used to create 121 new States-owned homes for rent, the majority of which will be life-long homes for over-55s.
The work will include the refurbishment of the La Collette high-rise flats,
refurbishments and additional units at Osborne Court, new homes at Le Squez, Journeaux Street and Lesquende and further new buildings as part of the Purchase of Life-Long Homes scheme.

1 comment:

  1. ian not a penny of it will go to help jersey most will go to help d,power,donelly,s mates

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