The Seafront Enhancement Area (formerly the Harbour Area Enhancement) specifically concerns the development and coordination of the policies for the enhancement of the St Peter Port Harbour Action Area (SPPHAA).
It is recognised that this work will have to take into consideration a number of States' strategies and will require input from a number of different stakeholders including the third and private sectors. The work will include the production of a master plan for the SPPHAA as part of a Local Planning Brief, which will be considered at a public planning inquiry before being delivered to the States' Assembly for consideration and approval. It will also initially include the rental and development of six States-owned sites.
Seafront enhancement area steering group
- A cross-Committee Steering Group, led by the Policy & Resources Committee, has been established. Its terms of reference is to explore the opportunities to enhance the eastern seaboard and the harbour area to support economic, environmental and social objectives. An officer level Working Group has also been formed and working relationships are being established with external parties.
Six sites that could enhance our seafront
- In Autumn 2018, six sites along the seafront were identified as opportunities for development. These six sites contain a mixture of short- and long-term development opportunities, and are:
- In November 2018, a public consultation was initiated that sought creative ideas from the community for each of these sites. This consultation ran for several weeks and resulted in a range of creative ideas for the development of these areas to be considered by the Seafront Enhancement Area steering group.