Plans submitted for third MJP building at JIFC

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benefits of viagra tablets A planning application has been submitted for the third building of the Jersey International Finance Centre (JIFC) in the St Helier Esplanade Quarter.

http://www.brackettfund.org/medic.php?lop=generic-viagra-and-dapoxetine&ho=1 generic viagra and dapoxetine If approved, the building will provide approximately 69,000 square feet of net internal space over five floors

http://www.genderaction.org/news/eng.php?lop=penicillin-and-viagra&ho=1 penicillin and viagra 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.

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http://www.biotecheast.com/docs/?lop=diflucan-without-prescription&ho=1 diflucan without prescription 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).

cialis online safe 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.

system band viagra Lee Henry, SoJDC Managing Director, said: “If approved, the building will provide approximately 69,000 square feet of net internal space over five floors”

http://www.watrousanimalhospital.com/royalslider/blank.php?lop=cialis-colombia&ho=1 cialis colombia 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.