Capital Projects

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Ann Court

Type: New Build

Estimated Completion:
2021

The original development of 82 homes was demolished in 2008 and the site has subsequently been used as a temporary car park. The new development will deliver 165 new homes comprising of:

  • 130 no. – one bedroom flats;
  • 35 no. –  two bedroom flats;
  • 4 no. – commercial units.

This exciting project includes below ground public parking for 137 shopper cars, which will support local retailers. The car park will be leased to and managed by the Department for Infrastructure. There will be separate parking for residents. The project will also provide a substantial area of public realm to the Providence Street / Philips Street elevation, which will benefit local residents, businesses and the general public alike.

The new homes provide modern living standards in extremely efficient homes with minimal heating/running costs.

Enabling works are now complete including the demolition of Toddy’s bar and the 12 other properties along Ann Street, together with the construction of a new JEC Sub-Station. The main contractor for this work is Camerons Ltd. and it is anticipated that the main works will start at the end of this year, with completion due late 2020 / early 2021.

Project manager:

Stuart Hutton is the Capital Projects Officer responsible for delivering the scheme.

Ann Street Brewery

Type: New Build

Estimated Completion:
2023

 

The former Ann Street Brewery site has a combined area of 7,350m2 and consists of several different properties. Initial options for the redevelopment of the site were prepared by Waddington Architects and the site currently provides 144 temporary car parking spaces. 

An Initial Project Assessment is being conducted by Axis Mason Architects, the aim of which is to investigate the possibility of using modern methods of construction and off-site manufacturing solutions, to deliver 250 mixed units of accommodation.

Project manager:

Gavin Bartlett is the Capital Projects Officer responsible for delivering this scheme.

Belmont Court

Type: New Build

Estimated Completion:
Late 2019

 

The former Ann Street Brewery had a neighbouring site known as the Boiler House, located across the road from the main brewery, and housed the large boilers required for the production of beer. The boilers produced hot water and steam which was piped via a high-level gantry across the road. In November 2017, the derelict boiler house buildings were demolished to make way for redevelopment. 
 
The new development will provide 15 new homes comprising of: 

  • 3 no. – one bedroom flats;
  • 11no. – two-bedroom flats;
  • 1 no. – three-bedroom flat.

There will be 1no parking space for each flat. 
 
ROK Construction have been awarded the contract and the work on site is progressing well. The first floor slab is almost completed.  Second floor steelwork is in place for the columns to be casted.
 
These units will be sold as affordable homes. Please contact Andium Homes on 500700 and ask to speak to the Sales Team for more details.

Project manager:

Darren Hodges is the Capital Projects Officer responsible for delivering this scheme.

Convent Court Low Rise Re-Development

Type: New Build

Estimated Completion:
Early 2021

Convent Court low rise has recently received planning permission to construct 21 new flats with a new facility for Age Concern on the ground floor.

The new development will start Q3 2019 and will deliver:

  • 18 no. – 1 bed flats
  • 3 no. – 2 bed flats
  • Ground floor commercial facility for Age Concern
Project manager:

Darren Hodges is the Capital Projects Officer responsible for delivering this scheme.

Gas Works Site

Type: New Build

Estimated Completion:
2023

 

The development of the Gas Works site plans to deliver approximately 110 new homes, whilst also delivering a significant increase to the existing Millennium Town Park. In addition to this, we intend to create a basement public car park below the Town Park extension.

The newly built properties will be a mixture of affordable rental, affordable sales and open market sales.

Our Design Team have recently completed a Feasibility Study and held two open consultation evenings to obtain feedback from stakeholders and the wider Public, on the alternative scheme options generated.

The first work getting underway on site will be the demolition of the large Gas Holder to the East of the site. This is very specialist work which is planned to start shortly with the main structure coming-down early next year.

Project manager:

Stuart Hutton

La Collette Low-Rise

Type: New Build

Estimated Completion:
Mid 2023

 

The redevelopment of La Collette Low-Rise to create 147 new homes comprising of:

  • 73 no. – one bedroom flats;
  • 65 no. – two bedroom flats;
  • 9 no. – three bedroom flats.

The new accommodation is built above a two-story basement car park that provides nearly 200 spaces for the new residents, as well as increasing the parking provision for the adjacent high-rise residents. The new homes will comply with the latest Building Bye-law requirements and deliver highly energy efficient homes.

The construction of a new JEC sub-station is well underway and will be complete by early 2019. This will allow the remaining low-rise blocks to be demolished and the site cleared for the new scheme to begin in August 2019.

Project manager:

Darren Hodges is the Capital Projects Officer responsible for delivering this scheme.

Le Clos Couriard (Summerland)

Type: New Build

Estimated Completion:
Late 2021

The Summerland site is situated off Rouge Bouillon and was transferred to Andium Homes in September 2016 for redevelopment, once vacated by the States of Jersey Police.

Historically the site accommodated the Summerland Factory and Broadcasting House which was more recently occupied by the Police, and Thorp House (offices & warehouse).

The new development will deliver a total of 83 new homes comprising of:

  • 7 no. – three bedroom town houses;
  • 49 no. – one-bedroom flats;
  • 27 no. – two-bedroom flats.

The scheme includes associated garden and amenity space, and parking for cars, motorbikes and bicycles. Supplementary parking will also be provided on other nearby Andium Homes’ sites.   

Demolition of the existing structures and enabling work is now complete.  This will be followed by the main contract works which is due to complete at the end of 2021. The main contractor responsible for delivering the project is Camerons Limited.

Once completed, the development will be renamed “Le Clos Couriard” in memory of the late Michel “Mitch” Couriard MBE who devoted a large part of his life to the community of Jersey. 

 

Project manager:

Gavin Bartlett is the Capital Projects Officer responsible for delivering this scheme.

Le Squez Phase 4

Type: New Build

Estimated Completion:
Early 2021

 

The Le Squez Phase 4 development is situated within what was the old Le Squez Estate, St Clements with the site being opposite the entrance to Samares Primary School. This project is the last phase of the redevelopment of the Le Squez Estate.

This development will deliver a total of 151 new homes for rental, comprising of:-

  • 17 no. – one bedroom flats
  • 42 no. – two bedroom flats
  • 92 no. – three bedroom flats

There will be associated garden and amenity space which will be split over the 4no blocks. In addition, the development will provide parking for 261 cars, motorbikes and bicycles. 

The project is now well underway with all existing buildings demolished and the main structural elements to the ground floor of ‘Block A’ nearing completion. The ground floor slab to Block C is also nearing completion.

Once complete, Andium Homes intend to rename this final phase of the Le Squez development project ‘Le Clos Mourant’ after Constable Edward Mourant, who served in Public office during the period 1906 to 1916.

The main contractor responsible for delivering the project is Hacquoil & Cook Limited.

Project manager:

Gavin Bartlett is the Capital Projects Officer responsible for delivering this scheme.

Robin Hood

Type: New Build

Estimated Completion:
2021

 

The Robin Hood development is situated on the corner of Trinity Road and Springfield Road. The site currently includes a townhouse and small commercial unit, both of which will be demolished to provide a new residential development that will enhance the overall visual quality of the area.

The scheme will provide 21 new homes comprising of: 

  • 18 no. – one bedroom flats;
  • 3 no. – studio flats.

Associated parking, bicycle storage, garden and amenity space will also be provided, with some of the parking offset to nearby Andium Homes’ sites.

This project is currently awaiting planning approval which is scheduled for mid-November 2018.

Project manager:

Stuart Hutton is the Capital Projects Officer responsible for delivering this scheme.

Samares Nursery

Type: New Build

Estimated Completion:
Spring 2020

 

This development will deliver a total of 200 new homes comprising of:

  • 20 no. – one bedroom flats;
  • 89 no. – two bedroom flats;
  • 91 no. – three bedroom houses.

160 no. of these homes will be offered for affordable rental, with the remaining 40 no. three-bedroom houses being sold through the Andium Homebuy Scheme. Please register your interest on the Affordable Housing Gateway – https://www.gov.je/Home/RentingBuying/ApplicationAllocation/Pages/HowToApply.aspx

 

These new homes are being developed by GR Langlois and built by Houze Construction Ltd. Main contract works are ongoing with the first houses already taking shape. The homes are of timber-frame construction and offer very high levels of insulation, offering minimal heating/running costs for occupants. The development includes extensive landscaping works with cycle paths connecting towards the schools, to the east of the development.

Project manager:

Stuart Hutton is the Capital Projects Officer responsible for delivering this scheme.

Plaisant Court (formerly Convent Court)

Type: Refurbishment

Estimated Completion:
Occupation late 2019 - Project completion; end of Jan 2019

 

Convent Court is a 13-storey high-rise building containing 73 flats and was built in 1976. This two year refurbishment project began in January 2017 and will upgrade the building to current standards.

 

The building has been styled to match the recently completed Windsor Court which is located just across the road. The outside of the building will be finished with a high performance, low maintenance façade and provides an attractive, modern appearance. The refurbishment has stripped the building back to its original concrete frame with all other materials and components renewed. The work includes new wiring, plumbing, heating, insulation, doors, windows, kitchens and bathrooms. This building will also be the first of our 11 no. high-rise properties to have a full sprinkler system installed.

 

The refurbished high-rise will deliver a total of 73 newly refurbished homes comprising of:

  • 24 no. – studio flats;
  • 24 no. – one-bedroom flats;
  • 25 no. – two-bedroom flats.

 

The work is progressing well and the phased handover saw the first residents take occupation in October this year. The completed homes are of high standard with new finishes throughout and importantly warm, with minimal heating/running costs.  Once the building is complete it will take its new name, Plaisant Court. A new start for a beautiful newly refurbished building.

Project manager:

Darren Hodges is the Capital Projects Officer responsible for delivering this scheme.

Windsor Court

Type: Refurbishment

Estimated Completion:
Complete

 

Windsor Court was completed early in 2017 and has proved a great success. This project provided newly refurbished homes for the outgoing residents from Convent Court. In many cases, residents were able to simply move across the road into a new property that was almost identical in size and layout to their previous home. The refurbished flats have new kitchens and bathrooms but have also been substantially upgraded with insulation to ensure lower heating/running costs for new residents.

The refurbished high-rise delivered a total of 52 newly refurbished homes comprising of:

  • 18 no. – studio flats;
  • 16 no. – one-bedroom flats;
  • 18 no. – two-bedroom flats.
Project manager:

Darren Hodges was the Capital Projects Officer responsible for delivering this scheme.


 

Last modified: 27/07/2018

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