Jersey's planning authorities refuse Rose Farm homes

The planning authorities have turned down a scheme for homes on the site of a former Jersey campsite.

They rejected plans for four houses at Rose Farm, in St Brelade, which is in an environmentally sensitive area.

A panel said the scale of the plans was unacceptable because of its location in the Green Zone, which is land set aside to protect Jersey's wildlife.

The developers argued their design would be sympathetic to the environment.

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