CHANGING the use of warehouses could fill empty industrial buildings, Martel Maides associate director Terry Gardiner has said.
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MISTAKES made by Environment while dealing with the Admiral Park development have given interested parties more time to talk, neighbouring landlords have said.
FRUSTRATED neighbours are pleading with the Environment Department not to extend the Fontaine Vinery’s change of use application for a third time.
THERE is no quick fix to traffic problems on the Bridge, the Environment Department said yesterday.
ENVIRONMENT has been accused of ‘moving the goalposts’ ahead of a decision being made over the next major phase of the Admiral Park development.
ENVIRONMENT is powerless to stop fly-tipping outside a St Martin’s home because the rubbish ‘does not amount to development’, it has confirmed.
GRAVE concerns have been raised over a potential lack of parking for cinemagoers at the proposed Admiral Park development.
ENVIRONMENT has admitted an embarrassing mistake in its handling of the prestigious Admiral Park development.
THE island is 20 years behind the UK when it comes to dealing with disability issues, according to one property owner.
REPEATED closures of a main road in the Vale have been damaging small business and delaying islanders, senior parish constable Laurie Queripel has said.
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