• A new visionary framework to transform the southwest waterfront area of St Helier.
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  • College Gardens - Contemporary living at a landmark location LEARN MORE >
  • Providing the highest quality and most efficient office buildings in St Helier
  • Generating a strong and dynamic economy by giving businesses room to grow LEARN MORE >
  • IFC Jersey - The centre of excellence for world-class business LEARN MORE >
  • Trenton Square - Setting a new standard in public realm locally
  • Transforming open spaces into destinations to bring the community together LEARN MORE >

JERSEY DEVELOPMENT COMPANY

Jersey Development Company (JDC) is the Government of Jersey's property development arm. It is responsible for completing the development of the St Helier Waterfront and regenerating Government owned property no longer required for the delivery of public services.

Every initiative JDC undertakes is Government-led, the building and property investments are raised on land that has been entrusted to JDC by the Government of Jersey.

JDC is investing in the Island's future with a mission to be the Government of Jersey's trusted partner, for regeneration and strategic property development in order to deliver a financial, social and environmental contribution to Jersey and its people. Our investments are creating jobs, housing and infrastructure to support Jersey's economy.

JDC creates new homes for local residents and new Grade A office space for the island’s premier financial services industry. The Company's objectives are to add value for the public of Jersey.

Profits from JDC's development activities will either be:

  • Paid as a cash dividend to the Government of Jersey
  • Invested in new public infrastructure projects
  • Re-invested into further development projects (to increase future returns)

Latest News

13 Oct 2020

Southwest Waterfront area consultation commences >

Following August’s announcement that JDC has formed a partnership with award-winning landscape architecture practice Gillespies to transform the southwest waterfront area of St Helier, a public consultation process on what islanders would like to see in the area has now commenced.

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