Council approves Robert Adam's Jersey housing
New homes to be built on former dairy
Adam Architecture’s plans to turn a former dairy on Jersey into a housing scheme have been approved by the local council.
The site in St Saviour, on the outskirts of St Helier, has been home to Jersey Dairy since the late 1960s but was snapped up by developer Dandara when the dairy moved to purpose-built premises.
Designed by Robert Adam, the new scheme will include 78 family homes, running across three, four and five bedrooms, as well as nine apartments.
Adam said he spent time on the island researching the housing styles.
“Our key objectives are to create a special place that reflects the character of the island whilst adding something extra and integrating the whole project into the village and surrounding landscape,” he added.