The latest building for the Jersey International Finance Centre at the Esplanade Quarter has been approved by the States Planning Applications Committee. The offices are designed by MJP Architects in collaboration with their island partner Godel Architects.
I think it’s going to be a fantastic looking building… and will be an excellent addition to St Helier
It is the third of six office buildings proposed for the new JIFC financial district, and follows the 2012 permission for an MJP and MacCormac Architect designed building, due to start on site, as well as Eric Parry Architects offices and public car park permitted last year.
Senator Ian Gorst, Chief Minister of the Government of Jersey, says that the JIFC financial district is “a key move in attracting businesses to the island”.
Senator Alan Maclean, Minister for Treasury and Resources, says “Jersey needs to offer Grade A office space if we are to attract top quality businesses who provide valuable employment for local people and income to run our public services”