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Le Masurier Site Development Brief

Please see below for Chamber's response to the Le Masuruer site development brief. This consultation paper set out the Minister for Planning and Envronment's proposal for the contents of a planning brief that will help to guide the regeneration and development of the land owned by Le Masuier Ltd in Bath Street, St Helier.

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