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Welcome to Jersey


Why move to Jersey?


Pubs & Live Music




Local Hotspots




Family Days Out


Local Schools


Fitness & Health


Local Restaurants



Changes to Tax, Contributions and Conditions for 2(1)(e) Residents from 1 July 2023 Personal Tax Charged at 20% on a minimum income of £1,250,000 per annum (an annual minimum personal income tax contribution of £250,000) thereafter it is 1% except for income from property rental which is taxed at 20%. Wealth Test Applicants must have £10,000,000 in assets (some liquidity required). Purchasing a Home • Apartment - valued over £1,750,000 • House - valued over £3,500,000. Residency Card A charge of £8,456.25 is levied and is payable before you transact on a property. Long Term Care Contributions The current maximum rate is 1.5% and is capped at £4,152.96 per annum. Information accurate as at 1 July 2023 Social Security Class 1 Liability Relates to employed contributions. This is split between employee (6%) and employer (6.5%). From January to December 2023, 6% is deducted from your wage each month (capped at £303.60). 6.5% is paid to the States of Jersey by your employer on earnings up to £5,060 per month, plus an additional 2.5% on earnings over £5,060 and under £23,072 per month. Class 2 Liability Is in the absence of employed contributions, for example if you are self-employed, non-employed, etc. The rate is 12.5% on annual income up to £60,720 (Standard Earnings Limit) plus an additional 2.5% on annual income between £60,720 and £276,864 (Upper Earnings Limit*) and is capped at £1,082.80 per month. * The Upper Earning Limit increases annually by the value of the average earning index as of 30th June of the previous year unless otherwise changed in the Government of Jersey annual budget. For up-to-date information or any questions please contact: Kevin Lemasney Head of High Value Residency Engagement E: k.lemasney@gov.je M: +44 (0)7797 783457 For more details on tax, contributions and conditions for 2(1)(e) Residents please visit www.gov.je Please note all rates are subject to review and may change on an annual basis Information accurate as at 1 July 2023



Welcome A very warm welcome to Jersey and the surrounding areas from all of us at Hamptons. You will be moving into one of the most highly regarded areas in the Channel Islands. Desirable homes, tree lined avenues, diverse shops and restaurants and an eclectic, vibrant population. . Hamptons has been matching people with property, locally, nationally and internationally, since 1869. We were pioneers, setting standards that few of our rivals could match and this hasn’t changed since. Today, over 150 years since we first set up home in Pall Mall, with 15 decades of finding property and looking after people under our belt, our clients now consider us to be their, ‘home experts’. Yours sincerely,



Jersey Hamptons offers you a warm welcome to Jersey Congratulations, if you are house hunting in Jersey , you have already won. A home in this great area with all it offers, automatically makes you the envy of many. Now in order to make your transition as smooth and hassle free as possible Hamptons have put together this great guide which will help you choose the best schools, learn a little about planning 6

and building control, read tips on where to shop, eat and lot’s more, all packed into one little guide with clickable links. Perhaps most importantly we have researched some of the leading local professionals and experts who can help you add value and personalise your soon to be new home.


A little bit of history

“A big WELCOME and enjoy”


Jersey boasts a captivating and ancient past. It harbors traces of prehistoric life, including evidence of Paleolithic (Old Stone Age) humans at La Cotte de St. Brelade, and rich remnants from the Neolithic and Bronze Ages. During Roman times, it went by the name Caesarea. Historical records from the 11th century depict Jersey as comprising 12 parishes within the diocese of Coutances. In the 12th century, Norman landowners exerted significant influence on the island, dividing it into three revenue collection units for the king-duke. Following its separation from Normandy in 1204, Jersey underwent reorganization. It retained its Norman legal system and local customs but saw administrative changes. It was governed on behalf of the king by a warden and sometimes a lord. By the late 15th century, Jersey had its own captain, later known as the governor, a role abolished in 1854, with the responsibilities passing to a lieutenant governor, who continues to oversee them. In 1617, it was established that justice and civil matters were under the bailiff’s jurisdiction.


Why move to Jersey? Jersey, a haven of safety and friendliness, is your ideal destination for achieving a harmonious work-life balance. Here are the compelling reasons why you should consider making Jersey your new home: 1. Security and Warmth: Jersey is renowned for its safety and welcoming atmosphere, making it a perfect place to call home. 2. Low Personal Taxation: 8

Benefit from a remarkably low personal tax rate, capped at 20%, with the added advantage of approximately £6,000 in tax-free earnings annually. Stress-Free Commute: Bid farewell to the daily commute, giving you more precious time to enjoy life outside of work. 3.. Gateway to the UK: Jersey’s proximity to the United Kingdom opens doors to exciting

weekend adventures and exploration. 4.. Offshore Excellence: As one of the world’s most distinguished offshore centers, Jersey offers unparalleled opportunities for career advancement. 5. Financial Industry Prowess: Jersey hosts a robust presence of global financial service firms, providing an excellent platform to gain invaluable industry experience. www.hamptons.co.uk

Ideal living

Liverpool, London, Manchester, Malaga, Nice, and Paris. 10. In summary, Jersey is not just a location; it’s an opportunity to thrive in a secure and inviting environment, achieve professional success, and savor a remarkable quality of life enriched with natural beauty and recreational options. Embrace the charm of Jersey and experience the best of both worlds – work and leisure.

6. Global Financial Hub: Jersey stands tall as an international finance center, housing 55 banks, over 33,000 registered companies, and a staggering £150 billion in deposits at any given moment. 7. Quality of Life: Immerse yourself in a remarkable quality of life, characterized by pristine beaches, breathtaking coastlines, and serene countryside landscapes. 8. Sports Enthusiast’s Paradise: Whether you’re into water sports, golf, tennis, or football, Jersey offers top-notch sports facilities, making it a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. 9. European Accessibility: With close proximity to Europe, Jersey serves as an ideal launching pad for your European adventures. Enjoy the convenience of direct flights connecting you to cities like Aberdeen, Alicante, Amsterdam, Belfast, Dublin, Edinburgh, Geneva, Glasgow, Guernsey, Isle of Man, www.hamptons.co.uk


Famous Residents Jersey and the surrounding area has been a home to rockstars, celebrities, athletes, academics and artists. Here are a few notable names...

Nigel Mansell,

Graeme Le Saux,

Racing Driver


Henry Cavill Anthony Faramus Seymour Hicks Timothy Renouf Tonicha Jeronimo Jonny Labey Lillie Langtry Sylvestra Le Touzel Will Smith, British Comedian Cameron Moir Gilbert O’Sullivan Kirsty Goggin Eric Blakeley Gary Burgess Alan Whicker Nerina Pallot Kevin Porée 10

Actor Actor and Author Actor Actor English actress Actor Actress Actor Actor and Writer Actor Singer-Songwriter Actress TV presenter TV and Radio Presenter TV Presenter Singer-Songwriter Record Producer, Musician www.hamptons.co.uk



Pubs & Live Music

The Troubadour Popular music venue with the music room at the back and a mezzanine above. Stage for live acts (music on Friday and Saturday) and sports TV. Small bar area at the front and plenty of outside seating - which gets very popular on summer days. 7 Caledonia Pl, St Helier, Jersey JE2 3NG. www.facebook.com/troubadour.jersey

The Square Located in the heart of St Helier, overlooking Liberation Square and Weighbridge Place. The Square is a chic, industrial-styled space offering eating, drinking and live entertainment all under one roof. Every Friday & Saturday night we have live music from a range of acoustic, vocal and jazz groups, playing fantastic sets from around 9.30pm right through until 1.00am. 14-16 Weighbridge Pl, St Helier, Jersey JE2 3NF. 01534 858220

Chambers Chambers offers a fun and casual atmosphere that is perfect for enjoying a tasty meal or a few drinks. With a wide range of events throughout the week including live sports, quizzes and more – the lively atmosphere makes it the perfect spot to enjoy with friends! When the sun goes down, Chambers transforms into a lively nightspot with DJ’s and live music. The brand-new menus feature everything from pizzas, Robata grilled chicken, burgers, and vegetarian and vegan options. If you’re looking for something lighter to enjoy over lunch, you’ll love our new flatbread menu! From halloumi shawarma to minute steak, you’re sure to find something that takes your fancy! 5 Mulcaster St, St Helier, Jersey JE2 3NJ, Jersey. 01534 735405



White Horse Beach Bar & Eatery The White Horse pub is a smart but eclectic beach bar & eatery with separate drinking & dining areas, both with fantastic alfresco spaces and spectacular views out to sea. White Horse means ‘wave’ and in keeping with the sea theme, the decor has been designed to create a relaxed, beach bar atmosphere with fire stoves available for cooler evenings and reclaimed timber providing a cosy atmosphere throughout. The varied menu offers a wide range of tempting dishes that are prepared in the open plan kitchen, all food will be available to eat either in the relaxed indoor eating space or on the alfresco terrace. The Dicq, St. Saviour JE2 7PD, Jersey. 01534 730423

Blue Note Bar A centrally located bar and live music venue in the heart of St. Helier. The Blue Note offers an intimate venue with a diverse range of live music from the local music scene, jazz and blues on most nights of the week. Visit the Blue Note and have a drink at our stunning Victorian bar, with an excellent selection, ranging from craft ales to rare liquors, we have something for every taste. We’re also TV free, so come by and lose yourself in a relaxed environment in the centre of St. Helier. 20 Broad St, St Helier, Jersey JE2 3RR. 01534 733793

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“Wet your whistle”

The Admiral Tavern The Admiral Tavern is a busy traditional pub at the top end of town by St James’ Church. With its oak beams and bare floorboards, it’s known for its great vibe and warm, friendly welcome. Watch live televised sports, enjoy a game of pool or darts, or escape to the peace and quiet of the enclosed beer garden. Don’t fancy cooking? Why bother when The Admiral serves it all up on a plate for you including the staple Sunday Roast dinner. 12 St James St, Channel Islands, Jersey JE2 3QZ. 01534 730095 www.randalls-jersey.co.uk/the-admiraltavern/ Soleil Situated in the heart of Saint Helier Jersey, Soleil is the place to drink and eat and be merry. Housing all major sports, we have Four screens 4 to entertain you with including, SkySport & BT Sport TV. We look forward to meeting you. 12 Bath St, St Helier, Jersey JE2 4ST. www.soleilpub

Should you wish to wet your whistle in Jersey you could hardly have a wider choice. ‘Old school’ inns and taverns, cocktail bars, live music venues, gastropubs, they all abide aplenty in Jersey. Here are a few suggestions but the best way to find your ‘local’ is surely to take the air and simply explore. www.hamptons.co.uk

The Cock & Bottle The perfect place on sunny days to enjoy great food, chilled wines or a beer! And don’t worry, if it’s a bit chilly you can still eat outdoors as we have heaters and complimentary blankets to keep you warm and cosy. Inside many of the original features have been retained, creating an atmospheric place to eat and drink. Our kitchen team take great pride in their work, using only the finest ingredients, and their menu incorporates classic French dishes alongside traditional Jersey pub favourites, with some of the dishes offered in two sizes to suit your mood and appetite. Fantastic food is complemented by a great range of wines and beers including the locally brewed Best Bitter, Longboard Craft Lager, Waverider Pale Ale and the cask-conditioned Liberation Ale. Royal Square, JE2 4WA, Jersey. 01534 722184 www.liberationgroup.com/cock-andbottle/


Local Hotspots Enjoy an artisan coffee, while exploring great fashion boutiques right in the picturesque heart of Jersey! Bean Around the World Established in 1996 to serve simply the freshest and finest coffee available, we still import all our coffee and roast it right here in St. Helier. All the water in our drinks is carbon filtered and our house coffees change every day so that you have an opportunity to try them all! We also serve fresh fruit smoothies, shakes, infusion teas and a whole lot more! Experience our hot paninis, wraps, salads and soups, delectable cakes, muffins, and cookies, all of which are handmade at our very own bakery. 73 Halkett Pl, St Helier, Jersey JE2 4WH, Jersey. 01534 619977 www.beanaroundtheworld.com/

Common Ground Coffee Shop Common Ground offers a relaxed, friendly, and creative atmosphere for those wanting to escape the day for coffee, drinks, snacks, and food. We offer non-dairy/vegetarian food and some naughty treats too. Common Ground also hosts various community events such as yoga, workshops, film screenings. 3 & 4 Centre Point Rue des Genets, JE3 8LB, Jersey.

Coffee Republic At our bars you can choose from a wide range of heart-warming hot beverages or enjoy a refreshing iced drink. We also take pride with making fresh food onsite every day to make sure you receive both great products, and great service. We work hard to ensure that you enjoy your coffee, in a relaxing, atmospheric environment served by friendly and dedicated baristas. 45 King St, St Helier, Jersey JE2 4WE, Jersey. 01534 768222 www.coffeerepublic.co.uk/

www.facebook.com/commongroundjersey/ Barista Coffee Bar Barista Coffee Bar is a neighbourhood speciality coffee bar located in the heart of town offering a cosy, comfortable environment with an urban twist. All our savoury food is made by us, exclusively for us. Pop in and enjoy our freshly-ground coffee, artisan teas, amazing hot chocolates, and cakes. 4 Beresford St, St Helier JE2, JE2 4WN, Jersey. 01534 483330 www.facebook.com/barista-coffee-bar-i 14


Murphys Clothing We stock a large selection of carefully selected menswear for all occasions. Murphy’s celebrated its 21st Birthday in 2015. Here at Murphy’s Men’s, we probably have the best selection of T-Shirts and quality menswear in Jersey with many beating the Internet prices. Come in for a browse. Bath St, St Helier, Jersey JE2 4WL, Jersey. 01534 880333 www.murphys-clothing.business.site/

ChiChi Lifestyle Boutique We are a boutique with quality clothes and accessories for all sizes. Our stylish varied selection offers a wide variety of styles that are on trend and vintage too. Our dedicated staff will offer you a personal shopping experience and helpful tips and advice if needed. We very much look forward to welcoming you, we are sure you will find what you are looking for, La Neuve Route St Brelade, JE3 8BS, Jersey. 01534 490021 www.chichi-lifestyle-boutique Seasons Boutique Seasons is an upmarket ladies designer boutique, with many ‘One off ‘hand-picked beautiful pieces from Italian and French designers. Seasons offers the customer a unique shopping experience, with highly qualified staff that can assist you in your quest for a black-tie event, Royal ascot, Mother of the bride, international party outfits or just a complete wardrobe update. With an array of unique and exclusive designer wear, the concept blossomed through the development of not only it’s stylish clothes but also a personal, individual, bespoke shopping experience. 6 Halkett St, St Helier, Jersey JE2 4WJ, Jersey. 01534 888867

La Lilou Boutique La Lilou Boutique specialises in beautiful and unique children’s clothing up to age 16 from Spanish brand Mayoral, wellloved for designing high quality, versatile pieces bursting with personality and fun at affordable style. We also sell designer brands Tommy Hilfiger and Timberland for Boys and Girls up to age 16. Here you can find as well very fashionable maternity clothes from Seraphine, brand loved by celebs & royals and unique New Baby gifts. La Lilou Boutique is proud to offer something different and most of all something fabulously chic and trendy. It’s one stop to dress your little ones in style from head to toe. Clothes to love, cherish and above all, designed to be worn every day! So, if you are looking for something different for a gift or want your child stand out of the crowd you must visit La Lilou Boutique at 4 Bath Street! 4 Bath St, St Helier, Jersey JE2 4ST, Jersey. 01534 724946 www.facebook.com/lalilouboutique

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Why not enjoy a night at one of the great theatres spotted around Jersey!

Jersey Arts Centre The Jersey Arts Centre houses a 250seat theatre, Art gallery, workshop rooms and a cafe. It’s also running St. James centre, which is a converted church and now used as a multi-use performance space and concert hall. The Jersey Arts Centre also houses an Art gallery, with workshop rooms with courses available so there is always plenty going on to help enrich the lives of our community. Please see our website for upcoming events shows and exhibitions. Phillips St, St Helier, Jersey JE2 4SW, Jersey. 01534 700444 www.artscentre.je/ 16

CCA Galleries International Forming a contemporary exhibition space spanning four floors, CCA Galleries International showcases some of the best contemporary British art including paintings, limited edition prints and sculpture. CCA international is at the centre of cultural life in jersey; bringing an opportunity to view and purchase work by leading international and local artists and offering educational opportunities for the community. 10 Hill St, St Helier, Jersey JE2 4UA, Jersey. 01534 739900 www.ccagalleriesinternational.com/ www.hamptons.co.uk

Cineworld Cinema Located in Jersey, part of the Channel Islands is the Cineworld Cinema. It is a 10-screen state-of-the-art cinema located at the Waterfront Centre, St Helier. They show the latest movies for young and old. Cineworld is one of the leading UK multiplex cinema chains. This cinema shows some films in RealD 3D where the action reaches right out to your cinema seat. Their reusable and stylish RealD cinema eyewear looks great and performs spectacularly (glass hire costs £1). Plus they show 2D films and they offer Box Seating. At this cinema, there is Baskin Robbin’s ice cream and a bar. Popcorn, drinks, hot dogs, and nachos are also available. Movies for junior screenings are available at this location which are discounted sessions for children under 16. Waterfront Centre La, Rue de L’etau, JE2 4HE, Jersey. 0330 333 4444 www.cineworld.co.uk/cinemas/ jersey/062 Sunset Concerts at Les Mont Grantez The beautiful natural amphitheatre at Grantez provides a stunning backdrop to enjoy fantastic live music at the National Trust for Jersey Sunset Concerts in July. Bring a rug and a picnic to these familyfriendly nights out, relax and have a boogie as the sun goes down over St Ouen’s Bay. The National Trust for Jersey also hosts a variety of events and activities throughout the year that offer unique opportunities to enjoy our island in a special and memorable way. Our varied programmes include countryside walks and tours, concerts, workshops, black butter making and festivals to suit every taste. These events provide exciting and inspiring opportunities to enjoy Jersey to its full potential. To learn more about specific events please browse our website or select an event from the calendar. www.store.nationaltrust.je/event/ sunset-concert-at-mont-grantez-224/


The Harbour Gallery Jersey We are the largest exhibiting, working & selling Art & Craft gallery in Jersey and the Channel Islands, managed by the Not-for-Profit Jersey Charity, Art in the Frame Foundation. Exhibiting the work of over 100 local artists and craftworkers, 10 major exhibitions each year, events, adult and children’s tuition/workshops, studios and sales of art and craft materials, also innovative textile materials and fair-trade knitting yarns. Come and enjoy a coffee/tea or lunch at the Gallery Café, surrounded by fabulous local art and craftwork. The Quay, 19 Commercial Buildings, St Helier, Jersey JE1 1UB, Jersey. 01534 743044 www.theharbourgalleryjersey.com/ Jersey Opera House Whether it’s music, comedy, dance, drama, children’s shows, musicals, the Jersey Opera House really does have something for everyone. The Opera House has undergone extensive refurbishments and we have so much to offer so please see our webpage for updates and information on upcoming events and viewings. The theatre is once again playing a large part in Island life. Jersey Opera House will continue to strive to provide the very best artistic entertainment to the people of Jersey for many more years to come. Gloucester Street, St Helier, Jersey JE2 3QR. 01534 511 115 www.jerseyoperahouse.co.uk/ Weekender Festival The Channel Islands Great Summer Festival. Bringing Jersey together with an annual weekend Festival headlining with great artists and bands. Set in the picturesque landscapes of Royal Jersey Showground this is always an eagerly awaited event. Booking is needed so please see our website for tickets and performance information. www.weekender.je/


Family days out Jersey is a great destination for a family trip offering entertainment for kids of all ages. We’ve picked some of the most popular family-friendly things to do and sorted them into a handy list.

Jersey Zoo Jersey Zoo was founded in 1959 by author and naturalist Gerald Durrell. Its 32 acres of beautifully landscaped park is home to over 100 species of animal, many of which are threatened in the wild. The zoo is the heartbeat of global charity Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, whose mission is to save species from extinction. The zoo’s onsite facilities include two cafés, 5-star glamping at Durrell Wildlife Camp, a hostel, and the Durrell Conservation Academy. Jersey Zoo, La Profonde Rue, Jersey JE3 5BP, Jersey. 01534 860000 www.durrell.org/ 18

Valley Adventure Centre Aerial Trekking, Powerfan drop, Zip Wire, King Swing, Climbing, Paintball, Laser Combat and much more. Valley Adventure Centre provides excellent outdoor activities for individuals, families or groups looking for adventure. Jersey’s All-in-One Land & Sea Activity Centre & Holiday Camp. Set in a secluded and stunning natural valley in Jersey, we offer a fantastic range of adventure activities for all ages – all year round. Les Ormes Golf & Leisure Village Mont a la Brune, JE3 8FL, Jersey. 01534 638888 www.valleyadventure.je/


Coronation Park A great outdoor space for families and young children with ample outdoor recreation spots to relax with a large open picnic area. There is also an outdoor seasonal paddling pool and an onsite café with hot and cold beverages and ice creams too. All you need for a relaxing day out. Bel Royal, La Route de St Aubin, St. Lawrence, Jersey. www.gov.je/Pages/default.aspx Maizin! Adventure Park Whatever the season, whatever the weather, you’ll find stacks of animal fun, indoor play & outdoor adventure at aMaizin! Adventure Park included in your entry price. Plan for a fully day in the summer and check out the specials events which are also included in your entry fee. La Hougue Farm, La Gd Rte de SaintPierre, Jersey JE3 7AX, Jersey. 01534 482116 www.jerseyleisure.com/ Elizabeth Castle Built on a tidal Island in St Aubin’s Bay and dating from the 16th century onwards. Elizabeth Castle defended Jersey for more than 400 years. To reach the Castle and begin your adventure, walk along the causeway or take the amphibious Castle Ferry. Spend your day exploring this sprawling 15-acre fortress: climb the battlements dating back to the time Sir Walter Raleigh was Governor of Jersey; explore the grounds that gave refuge to King Charles II during the English Civil War; uncover the story of the Castle during the German Occupation in World War II; then discover the oldest part of this site, The Hermitage, where Saint Helier is thought to have lived around 550 A.D. St Aubin’s Bay, St Helier JE2 3NU, Jersey. 01534 723971

Howard Davis Park A beautiful green space perfect for days with the family or friends. A relaxed park with ample flower gardens to admire with a spacious lawn perfect for picnics. There is also a fun adventure playground suited for small children to enjoy too. 6 St Clement’s Rd, Jersey JE2 4QA, Jersey. 01534 731181 www.gov.je/Leisure/ParksGardens/ Pages/HowardDavisPark Jump Jersey Jump Jersey. The Island’s biggest indoor activity centre. Jump Jersey is the Island’s biggest indoor activity centre, with a trampoline park, climbing walls and soft play area. Complete with laser light show and music, it’s home to more high-energy adventure and adrenaline-fuelled action than you could possibly imagine. We’ve got something for everyone! Tickets are only available to book ONLINE 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE. Reduced opening hours during Term Time. Les Ormes Le, Mont a la Brune, St Brelade, Jersey JE3 8FL, Jersey. 01534 497000 www.lesormesjersey.co.uk/activities/ jump-jersey/ Jersey War Tunnels Please note: Last admission is 90 minutes before closing. Discover a story you will never forget. The true story of life in Jersey during the German occupation. The hardship, the heartache, and the heroism, in the words of the people who were there. Find out what life was really like in Jersey during WWII in this fascinating exhibition. Les Charrières Malorey, Jersey JE3 1FU, Jersey. 01534 860808 www.jerseywartunnels.com/




Local Schools Where our children spend most of their week and how they are being educated is a decision which should take some serious consideration. We have put together this list of suggestions to make your life a little bit easier. Many local schools and nurseries offer free tours so please go and visit your choice options before making that final important decision.

Les Quennevais School School days are precious. They are the foundations on which our future lives are built. A time when opinions are formed, passions awakened, friendships made, and characters are shaped. As a school it is vital that we give our students the best possible foundations for their future lives by ensuring that they will be happy and fulfilled, part of an engaging and successful learning environment where they will realise their potential, rise to the challenge, and develop a lifelong love of learning. Jersey JE3 8LG, Jersey. 01534 743171

De La Salle Catholic College, Jersey Our Ethos is very important to us and we believe it makes us unique. The young men we nurture are outstanding ambassadors for the younger generation and invaluable contributors to the local community. The Ethos of the school creates our strong sense of community; the culture is one of caring for others, reaching for excellence by trying one’s best, and recognising that success can be measured academically and in a wide variety of other ways. Jersey CI, Wellington Rd, Jersey JE2 7TH, 01534 754100





Les Landes School Les Landes is an inclusive, non-selective single form entry school with classes from Reception to Year 6. We currently have 172 pupils on roll. Our catchment area serves much of the Parish of St Ouen but the easterly boundary is shared with St Mary. We are committed to, and pride ourselves on, a wide range of achievements. These include sports, outdoor learning and the creative arts. Our Core Values of Community, Achievement and Pride reflect our passion for learning and high aspirations for every child. We promote positive mental health and well-being alongside dispositions and skills such as creativity, confidence, critical thinking, collaboration and resourcefulness so that our pupils leave Les Landes well-equipped for the next stage in their learning journey. Rue des Cosnets, Jersey JE3 2BJ. 01534 481013

Rocquier School Le Rocquier is a community school serving the eastern parishes of Jersey, but many parents choose to send their children here from all parts of the Island. We are proud of our focus on high expectations in the classroom while striving through our shared values and mission, to instil a strong sense of community and purpose which is reflected in our motto of Learn, Respect and Succeed. Do please take the time to read our Mission Statement, as it describes in far more detail what the school is endeavouring to achieve for its students and how we turn that mission into day-to-day actions via our ‘Values in Action’ strategies. La Grande Route De St Clement, St Clement, Jersey JE2 6QP. 01534 855876 www.lerocquier.com/

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Beaulieu Convent Catholic School The Beaulieu community places faith at the centre of our School. Beaulieu is a Catholic school providing an excellent education in a caring, Christian environment. The ethos of the school, based on Gospel values, encourages every member of the school community to strive for excellence. Students are encouraged to work collaboratively, to believe in hard work and service to others, to see and seek out the good in each other, to respect and protect our common home, the environment. They are respected and respect others, learning that equality in diversity, which celebrates difference and creates unity, enables each of them to grow at their own rate. They are encouraged to develop their talents academically, creatively, culturally, and spiritually and to grow into happy, emotionally mature, resilient adults. Wellington Rd, St Helier, Jersey JE2 4RJ. 01534 731280 www.beaulieu.jersey.sch.uk/ Grainville School Grainville is a forward thinking and innovative school where students enjoy learning and make good progress. We are rightly proud of our Aldwickbury School school community and the achievements of our Aldwickbury School is an independent Pre-Prep students and staff. Grainville School is an awardand Prep School for boys aged 4-13 located on winning school, duly recognised for its ongoing the outskirts of Harpenden, Hertfordshire. The success. Our growing success is down to our ‘can breadth of opportunities on offer at Aldwickbury do’ culture in which students develop skills for is something we are incredibly proud of. The boys adult life. As a school we set high expectations, are challenged and engaged academically but providing students with a curriculum that best meets their individual needs. also benefit from a wide-ranging co-curricular Deloraine Rd, Jersey JE2 7XB, Jersey. 01534 programme making full use of our extensive 822900 grounds and facilities. The school offers boys of all abilities a myriad of exciting opportunities www.grainville.sch.je/ to develop their confidence and unearth their talents in the arts, STEM, on stage, in music and on the sports field. The journey through the school prepares the boys to leave at 13 when we believe they are truly ready for senior school education. Wheathampstead Rd, Harpenden AL5 1AD. 01582 713022 www.aldwickbury.org.uk


Busy Bees This nursery is located in St Helier but there are Busy Bees nurseries wherever you need them. You’ll find them nestled by universities, tucked close to train stations, attached to hospitals, and snuggled down quiet streets in towns and cities, perfectly placed for drop-offs and pick-ups. Some are based in small, cosy homes, others in office buildings - and we even have one in a converted church. Every nursery is as unique as its children, but whichever you choose you can look forward to exceptional quality childcare, NHS-accredited food menus, enriching curriculum and exciting environments that give your child the best start in life. Springfield Stadium, Janvrin Rd, St Clair, Jersey JE2 4LF. 01534 613835 www.busybeeschildcare.co.uk/nursery www.hamptons.co.uk

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Fitness & Health

Leading a hectic life? Need somewhere to tone your body, recharge your muscles or simply stretch? We have put together the best locations for you to do just that. Whether you fancy going for a swim or need regular fitness classes, we know that our recommended providers will do their best to keep you in shape.

Hotpod Yoga Whilst we wait for our new studio to be completed, you can find us in our pop-up home in Sommerville House, pop up to the first floor and one of our wonderful instructors will be there to meet you. Please note that due to the nature of our temporary location we will be running a reduced timetable, please reach out to us if you have any questions at all. Phillips St, St Helier, Jersey JE2 4SW. 07797 782392

Les Quennevais Sports Centre At Active it is our mission to ensure islanders have a balanced provision of Sports and Leisure facilities that are accessible and inspire all to live healthier and more active lives. We aim to deliver engaging fitness programs for our members and we work closely with other organisations, such as Jersey Sport, to ensure our facilities continue to meet the needs of the islands sporting community. Don Farm, St Brelade, Jersey JE3 8LZ, Jersey. 01534 449880





Fitness First Jersey Come and look at Jersey’s favourite gym. Fitness First Jersey is a fun and friendly workout space. Check out the amazing facilities and classes. Be welcomed by our knowledgeable and friendly staff and leave with a feel-good post workout glow. With a wide range of facilities including, Studio Classes, Cycle Classes, Signature Classes, Personal Training, plus relaxing Sauna, and Steam room. Please see our website for full details. Waterfront Centre, Rue de L’etau, St Helier, Jersey JE2 3WF. 01534 752400 www.fitnessfirstjersey.com/ D W Health Club The very best health club facilities in Jersey! This fabulous 1648m² health club offers a state-of-the-art gym complete with a 20-metre swimming pool, luxury changing rooms, group exercise studio, spa pool and steam room. Our 1648m2 gym floor is equipped with Technogym cardio equipment, an array of different resistance machines, free weights, and a functional training area. With a private studio for classes and a separate studio for spin classes, you are sure to find what works best for you to help keep you motivated in working towards your fitness goals. St. Brelades Bay Hotel, Jersey JE3 8EF. 01534 639393 www.stbreladesbayhotel.com/healthclub/ Kalimukti Kalimukti is a Wellness Centre in Jersey providing yoga, Pilates, meditation and wellness treatments. Perfect for all levels of ability. Mindfulness, movement, and self-care are key to your wellbeing. Our team share their passions to help you enjoy a joyful, healthy, and fulfilling life. Empowering you to become your best self. At Kalimukti we believe you can find freedom through movement. 2nd Floor, 31 The Parade, St Helier, Jersey JE2 3QQ, Jersey. 07797 795827 www.kalimukti.com/


Strive Health Club Kickstart your fitness with Strive, Jersey’s top Health Club! Strive is more than just a health club — it’s a community. With 32,000 sq ft of state-of-the-art gym facilities and a holistic approach, we make health, fitness, and performance expertise accessible to all. Located close to Jersey Airport, our impressive gym equipment provides all you need for a great workout. We also offer over 50 group fitness classes, including boxing, cycling, and yoga. Nutritious food from Cafe 790 will refuel you, while exclusive cryotherapy and hydrotherapy services are here to aid recovery and rehabilitation. Open from 6am Monday to Friday and 7am at the weekends. L’Avenue de la Reine Elizabeth II, Jersey JE3 7BP, Jersey. 01534 288990 www.strive.je/?utm_source=google&utm_ medium=organic Club Carrefour We are the longest privately owned Health Club in Jersey, offering our clients a bespoke personalised experience when joining our Health Clubs with a welcoming friendly experience. La Gd Rte de Saint-Laurent, Jersey JE3 1NH, Jersey. 01534 865555 www.clubcarrefour.co.uk/ Merton Leisure Club & Aquadome The fitness centre has cardio-vascular and weight-resistant equipment, together with a selection of free weights and a dedicated stretch area. Our qualified team will help with the equipment and put together an exercise programme to help you achieve your goals. The interactive TV system will keep you entertained while you work through your programme. As a member, you can join any of the classes in our weekly program, including yoga, water aerobics and Zumba. And to relax your muscles after a workout, why not enjoy a sauna or steam room. Belvedere Hill, Jersey JE4 9PG, Jersey. 01534 767774 www.seymourhotels.com/merton-leisureclub-aquadome/


Local Restaurants

Ocean Restaurant Atlantic Al Fresco has been expertly crafted by Executive Chef Will Holland to match Jersey’s outstanding seasonal produce with one of the island’s most sensational ocean views. The menu offers a range of lighter and larger a la carte dishes as well as a selection of nibbles and sides, and partners with an extensive list of wines and beverages. The Atlantic’s indulgent Afternoon Tea is also available throughout the afternoon, while our Golden Anniversary Celebration for Two includes a complimentary half-bottle of Taittinger Brut Reserve in honour of the 50th anniversary of The Atlantic Hotel. The Atlantic Hotel has been working diligently to implement the latest safety and hygiene policies, and we respectfully request your cooperation. Le, Mont de la Pulente, JE3 8HE, Jersey. 01534 744101

Samphire A relaxed yet polished, casual dining restaurant in Jersey. Samphire is more than just a place for special occasions. Paying homage to fresh produce, Head Chef Tommy Radiguet and his team of dedicated chefs have created a series of contemporary menus and meticulously crafted plates. This creativity continues through to the killer cocktail list with twists on the classics. Samphire offers all-day dining options in the main restaurant, a beautiful Private Dining Room, an al fresco terrace, 2 intimate bars, and an all-weather rooftop garden terrace. Whether you fancy a relaxed Saturday brunch, a leisurely breakfast, a quick coffee, a lunch meeting, light afternoon snacks, cheeky drinks or a tantalising dinner, Samphire is the place to be. 11 Don St, St Helier, Jersey JE2 4TQ, Jersey. 01534 725100





Bass and Lobster A former pub close to the beach houses this substantial bistro, where you’ll find plenty of regulars drawn in by the great value daily set menu. There’s always plenty to choose from here, including numerous daily specials and a good selection of fresh fish – and the faggots are a must-try. You can watch the island meats, vegetables and seafood being prepared through the kitchen window. Gorey Coast Road, St Martin, JE3 6EU. 01534 859 590

The Lookout Beach Cafe & Restaurant A family run restaurant serving really good food beside the sea. Specialising in freshly prepared seafood, salads, and a range of amazing homemade burgers. Vegetarian and vegan options and gluten free. Provides a relaxed environment to eat really good food prepared with attention to detail. Stunning sea views across St Aubin’s Bay. Friendly service with a smile. Victoria Ave, First Tower, Jersey JE2 3LU, Jersey. 01534 616886



Bohemia If you’ve something special to celebrate, this marble-fronted restaurant in a stylish hotel is the place to come – and cocktails in the bar are all part of the experience. It’s a chic, contemporary place, where bright linenclad tables stand out against dimly lit, dark wood walls, and the engaging team help to make a visit here rather special.The chef learned his craft in France and Switzerland and his eye-catching dishes reflect this experience. Flavours are natural and wellbalanced, there’s the occasional hint of playfulness, and he clearly understands how to use techniques to enhance rather than overshadow the produce. Jersey’s ingredients are well-represented but the philosophy here is to use what’s best, wherever it might be from. Pescatarians and vegetarians are well looked after. The Club Hotel & Spa, Green Street, St Helier, Jersey, JE2 4UH. 01534 880588

La Capannina Restaurant Tradition is a word synonymous with La Capannina Restaurant, it’s the finest quality produce, the cuisine skills of head chef Mauro and his team Sergio, Carlos and Costa in the kitchen producing classic Italian and French dishes, the impeccable silver service of owner Tino Rossi and maitre d’s brothers Fernando and Joel, the attentive drinks service of Mara, the warm ambience and the sense of that special moment, lunch or dinner, whatever the occasion. La Capannina is a haven where it’s possible to relax, unwind and recharge for a blissful moment in time. And diners are assured of the staff’s highest confidence, discretion, and friendliness. We invite you to explore our menus and wine list to whet your appetite, but to gain a true feel of La Capannina we recommend you reserve a table and experience the tradition. 65-67 Halkett Pl, St Helier, Jersey JE2 4WG, Jersey. 01534 734602



Quayside Bistro & Grill For a truly memorable dining experience, cuisine and atmosphere are paired as thoughtfully as food and wine. We have the largest Alfresco dining areas of any restaurant in St Helier. Overlooking St Helier Marina this is the ideal place to soak up the sun and enjoy our food and friendly but professional service. Liberty Wharf, Liberation Square, JE2 3NY, Jersey. 01534 877004 www.quaysidejersey.co.uk/



‘Virtually’ all you need

Some suggested local social media groups to help you connect, learn, buy, sell and have fun.



Old & New Friends In Jersey (Channel Islands) www.facebook.com/groups/350717704071/ Jersey Channel Island Beachcombers www.facebook.com/groups/213845585463145/?locale=en_GB Unseen Jersey www.facebook.com/groups/7936534691/?locale=en_GB Maritime Jersey (Channel Islands) www.facebook.com/groups/1963961167021324/ Jersey Acts Of Kindness www.facebook.com/groups/502516987104369/ Island Time www.facebook.com/groups/hometimeJSY/ Walking Social Group Jersey www.facebook.com/groups/1424896180984418/ Parish - Clubs & Associations www.jod.je/kb5/jersey/directory/service.page

Government of Jersey www.twitter.com/GovJersey Sportscast Jersey www.twitter.com/SportcastJersey



Help and support from your local Council You should inform your Local Authority of where you are moving from and where you are moving to around a month before you move. You can do this here. https://system8.rbwm.gov.uk/ publicaccesslive/selfservice/services/ changeofaddress/coastart.htm You’ll need to include the forwarding addresses for every adult in the property that pays council tax. Search for information and services from your council. Information for residents about The Government of Jersey including council tax, bins and recycling, schools, leisure, streets and parking, this and lot’s more at the below link. www.gov.je



Planning & Building Control Unsure which services you need? If you are thinking of making changes to your property, you may need to apply for planning permission and / or Building Regulations approval. If you’re not sure which applications to make, please use the guidance below to help you to decide what you need to do. Please note that many developments will require both.

• affect traffic volumes, road safety or access • change the density of development in an area • use significantly different materials or finishes from nearby properties • have an effect on existing trees

What is building control?

Building control applies national statutory regulations to ensure the structural What is planning? quality of any building work, in areas Planning is the process of deciding such as safety, public health, accessibility, whether a proposed development should and the materials used. Most substantial go ahead or not. It uses national and local building projects (such as an extension, policies to consider the development in its knocking down walls or converting context and may look at the impact of the a garage or loft) will need Building work on neighbours and the wider Regulations approval. community, existing architecture, the land, the layout, and existing or proposed www.gov.je/planningbuilding/Pages/ infrastructure (such as drains, transport default.aspx and schools). You will probably need planning permission if your proposed development will do any of the following: • create a new building, or change the use or appearance of an existing building • affect the sunlight, privacy or outlook for neighbouring properties • affect the nearby area with noise disturbance, smell or fumes • work on or around listed buildings or any conservation areas www.hamptons.co.uk


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