A planning application has been submitted for the third building of the Jersey International Finance Centre (JIFC) in the St Helier Esplanade Quarter.
If approved, the building will provide approximately 69,000 square feet of net internal space over five floors
The States of Jersey Development Company (SoJDC) which is developing the site on behalf of the Government of Jersey has applied to build a BREEAM Excellent, BCO 2014 compliant, Grade A1 offices, with part of the ground floor to be used as a restaurant and café. The will also be car and cycle parking in the basement.
SoJDC said it has seen a “massive spike” in interest following the Brexit vote
IFC 6, as the latest building is currently known, will face a new public square along with two other MJP designed buildings: IFC 1 (completing next month) and IFC 5 (currently on site, completing next year).
The planning application comes weeks after SoJDC said it has seen a “massive spike” in interest following the Brexit vote, with increased interest since mid-August as turbulent markets settled.
Lee Henry, SoJDC Managing Director, said: “If approved, the building will provide approximately 69,000 square feet of net internal space over five floors”
A total of 50% of the JIFC site will be given back to the community through public parks and squares and no car parking will be lost during or after the development.