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Public Input Requested for Street Improvement Plans


Islanders have been invited to give feedback on a proposed project for improvements on two Jersey.


St Helier Constable Simon Crowcroft said he wanted locals to share their views on the Neighbourhood Improvement Area plans for Poonah and Pomona Road. The proposals include having more green space, improvements to walking and cycling routes, wider pavements, more bins and traffic calming measures.

Mr Crowcroft said the plans will be on display in St Helier's Town Hall until 23 June.


The constable added the parish would request the necessary funds to carry out the work at the Parish Rates Assembly when the annual parish rate, external - a payment made by owners and occupiers of land in St Helier - is due to be set.


"I hope parishioners take the opportunity to review the plans and I would like to reassure you that the scheme will not affect access to anyone’s property," Mr Crowcroft said.

"I am hopeful that this scheme will provide the blueprint for similar investment around our town."

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