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Comments sought on town park plan

Park plans
Buildings have been included in the Millennium Town Park plans

People living in Jersey are being asked to give their views on plans to develop part of the island.

In September politicians voted to convert a car park in St Helier's Gas Place into a park - at a cost of £10m.

The plan includes a number of houses being built around the outskirts of Millennium Town Park.

Town Park action group is carrying out a consultation exercise on the plan. The States' Planning and Environment department is also seeking views.



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