Plan of the proposed construction of a car park at Goose Green Marsh, Beaumont referred to in an act of the States

Reference: D/AP1/A1060/30(2)

Date: March 23rd 1965 - March 23rd 1965

Plan of the proposed purchase of land from Mrs B J Jocelyn at Springfield Crescent for a car park referred to in an act of the States

Reference: D/AP1/A1060/31/1

Date: September 24th 1963 - September 24th 1963

Plan of the land to be transferred to the Defence Committee for the administration of a portion of Le Perquage, Beaumont as a car park referred to in an act of the States

Reference: D/AP1/A1060/32(2)

Date: June 2nd 1964 - June 2nd 1964

Plans of the land to be purchased from Margaret Caroline Williams, née Rason at Le Perquage, Beaumont for a lay-by referred to in an act of the States

Reference: D/AP1/A1060/32(3)

Date: June 22nd 1965 - June 22nd 1965

Plan of the lay-bys at Bel Royal and areas of land to be leased from Cecil St Helier Corbin, T S V Le Hayée, R W Reakes and Richard Henry Murning referred to in an act of the States

Reference: D/AP1/A1060/32/1

Date: January 14th 1964 - January 14th 1964

Plan prepared by the land officer for purchase of properties in Elizabeth Lane, St Helier for a car park referred to in an act of the States

Reference: D/AP1/A1060/43(1)

Date: June 2nd 1964 - June 2nd 1964

Plan showing the transfer of land at Le Brayes, St Brelade (Blanches Banques) to the Defence Committee for a public car park referred to in an act of the States

Reference: D/AP1/A1060/49(1)

Date: June 2nd 1964 - June 2nd 1964

Plan showing the transfer of land at Blanches Banques to the Defence Committee for a public car park referred to in an act of the States

Reference: D/AP1/A1060/49(2)

Date: March 1st 1966 - March 1st 1966

Plan showing 1 vergee of land at Rozel to be purchased from Alfred Samuel de Gruchy for a car park referred to in an act of the States

Reference: D/AP1/A1060/54(1)

Date: November 19th 1964 - November 19th 1964

Plans of the suggested car park and public toilets opposite the St Brelade's Hotel showing the cession of land by Robert Harden Colley, proprietor of the Hotel referred to in an act of the States

Reference: D/AP1/A1060/63(1)

Date: January 19th 1965 - January 19th 1965

Plan of the land at St Brelade's Bay to be purchased from Jersey Contractors Limited for use as a car park referred to in an act of the States

Reference: D/AP1/A1060/63(5)

Date: July 21st 1965 - July 21st 1965

Plan of the area to be sold to the public by the Parish of St Helier for a car park in Green Street referred to in an act of the States

Reference: D/AP1/A1060/88(1)

Date: December 2nd 1965 - December 2nd 1965

Plan showing the proposed car park opposite Tam's Pantry, St Brelade's Bay referred to in an act of the States

Reference: D/AP1/A1060/98(2)

Date: March 29th 1966 - March 29th 1966

Plan of Le Hocq Common, St Clement, new Parish Hall and public car park referred to in an act of the States

Reference: D/AP1/A1070/195(1)

Date: March 4th 1969 - March 4th 1969

Plan of land to be purchased by the Defence Committee for a car park at Peel Road and purchase of land by the Public Works Committee for road realignment referred to in an act of the States

Reference: D/AP1/A1083/70(1)

Date: February 23rd 1965 - February 23rd 1965

Plan of the purchase of land from Ann Street Brewery at Minden Place referred to in an act of the States

Reference: D/AP1/A1150/1189/1a

Date: May 15th 1968 - May 15th 1968

Plans of Jersey College for Girls car park referred to in an act of the States

Reference: D/AP1/A839/31/1(20)

Date: June 20th 1995 - June 20th 1995

Projets du loi relating to the Public Works to examine car parking facilties, 1960

Reference: D/AU/Y2/B/11

Date: 1960 - 1960

Projets du loi relating to the public car parks, 1960

Reference: D/AU/Y2/B/49

Date: 1960 - 1960

Projet du loi relating to the defence report and proposition recommending and extension to the Green Street Multi-Storey Car Park, 1972

Reference: D/AU/Y2/G/67

Date: 1972 - 1972

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