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Greve de Lecq – Seaside Cafe, Public Consultation Process

At the National Trust for Jersey’s AGM, held on Friday 19th April, Alan Le Maistre, Chief Executive Officer confirmed that the Trust was launching the first phase of its public consultation process regarding the future of the former Seaside Café and the surrounding areas at Grève de Lecq.

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The National Trust for Jersey is delighted that Deputy Lyndon Farnham’s proposition to The States Assembly to approve the acquisition of the former Seaside Café at Grève De Lecq has been successful.

It has also been agreed that the site will be gifted to the National Trust for Jersey subject to a condition that the National Trust for Jersey utilise the site for environmental, cultural, and social benefit to the public.

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A word from our CEO

Alan Le Maistre, Chief Executive of the Trust has stated that  “We were very honoured to be gifted the site and are now in the process of going out to public consultation regarding future uses for the site. We have already managed to restore public access to the beach and have re-opened the car park. Once again we are enormously grateful to have been given the opportunity to help regenerate this key coastal site for the benefit of our community”.

Protecting and preserving Jersey’s coastline

The Trust has a strategic objective to protect and preserve Jersey’s coastline and provide access to the public and launched its Coastline Campaign in March 2006 to bring this into effect Coastline Campaign - National Trust for Jersey

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Your generosity and support

Through the generosity and support of Islanders and from staging events including the annual Sunset Concerts at Mont Grantez, the Trust has managed to save Plémont, restore Devil’s Hole, and acquire several additional, undeveloped sites. The acquisition of Grève de Lecq would meet this long-term vision of having a coastline protected forever and for everyone.

The Trust has landholdings in the Bay which include Le Catel Fort and Grève de Lecq Barracks and feels that acquisition of the site would further protect the natural beauty and rich heritage of the bay. Restoring public access to the beach and re-opening the car park would be a priority.

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