People in Jersey are being urged to have their say on plans for a new forest-style holiday village.
The proposals for 27 two and three-bedroom self-catering units on the popular Tamba Park in St Lawrence will also see the demolition of a glasshouse to be replaced by a family home.
It’s the latest venture from businessman Jonathan Ruff, who has also opened the Tamba Arcade on St Helier’s Waterfront, where’s he’s also opened the Cow and Lobster restaurant in partnership with top chef Mark Jordan.
Independent planning inspector Graham Self will begin a week-long planning inquiry on 19 February 2018. Ahead of that the Environment and Planning Minister Deputy Steve Luce wants to know what people think of it because it would be based in a designated ‘green zone’.
As part of their application, Tamba Park say the development will create new jobs and add around £500,000 a year to the local economy through the spending of visitors using the holiday village.
You can read the plans and have your say, here.