As Jersey's property market goes from strength to strength, Collas Crill has advised Andium Homes Limited on a plethora of transactions.
The Collas Crill team acted for Andium on the acquisitions of the following sites:
Ann Street Brewery, Old Chimney Site and Belmont Hotel sites - plans to build approximately 165 new units (subject to planning) to meet the States’ strategic aim of regenerating St Helier.
The Limes – the short term refurbishment to accommodate junior doctors, as a means of facilitating the initial phases of the Future Hospital project, followed by plans to redevelop the site for affordable housing.
Samares Nurseries – approved plans for 200 new homes to be built on site, 40 of which will be sold on to first time buyers under the Andium Homebuy scheme.
Gas Place – approved plans for 253 new units although new plans are likely to be submitted to reduce this to 110 and to extend the town park.
Robin Hood Corner – proposed scheme of 23 new units (subject to planning).
Although States-owned, Andium is an independent company with its own board of directors providing affordable homes for islanders in Jersey.
The Collas Crill team comprised of property partner Martin Le Boutillier and conveyancing manager Shaun O'Connor.
Martin said:"We are delighted to have assisted Andium over the last couple of months acquire these various key development sites.
"This is a great opportunity for them to provide much needed housing stock for the island and to regenerate the north of town."