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Revamp of housing estate unveiled

Draft plans have been revealed to revive a neglected Guernsey housing estate.

The ownership of Le Grand Bouet Housing Estate in St Peter Port is being transferred to the Guernsey Housing Association at the end of this year.

The redevelopment aims to promote strong links between open spaces and neighbouring communities.

The first phase has 54 homes, bounded by Le Grand Bouet, Place Cerise and Ivy Castle Lane.

Work will start after everyone in the affected area is re-housed.

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