The Plémont headland will not be saved from development after the States voted against using public money to buy the site. Did the States make the right decision? Click here to cast your vote and join the conversation
The Plémont headland will not be saved from development after the States voted against using public money to buy the site.
There was just one vote in it with members voting 25-24 against a proposition from Chief Minister Ian Gorst to buy the land, using compulsory purchase if necessary.
We want to know what you think. Did Jersey's States make the right decision? Cast your vote in our online polll below.
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