This Month in Channel Islands Construction Focus – Issue 4.9
Welcome to the latest edition of Premier Construction Channel Islands.
In this issue we take a tour of La Mare Wine Estate; we explore Jump Jersey, and take a look at The Mill development.
Established in 1972, La Mare Wine Estate is Jersey’s only working vineyard. The Estate comprises an eclectic mix of authentic Jersey buildings and beautiful gardens, as well as offering corporate events, weddings and wine tours. La Mare recently underwent a refurbishment in order to make its event space the best it could be and enlisted the help of architect Axis Mason to create plans that make the most of the stunning location.
Also on the island, a multi-million pound resounding ‘first’ for Jersey as the only facility of its type on the island, Jump Jersey is a major new indoor activity attraction, just completed at Les Ormes Resort in Saint Brelade. Incorporating a whole host of exciting activities, the project has been billed as the biggest tourism development in Jersey this century.
Attractions within the 21,000sq m facility include 40 trampoline beds, a Dodge Ball trampoline court, Reaction Walls, a Ninja Warrior Course, a battle beam and Foam Pit, an ‘Airbag’ and a Total Wipeout Machine – where the last person standing wins.
The latest development from Catterson Wood, The Mill is a stunning collection of six two-bedroom apartments and two luxury penthouses in St Helier. Completed earlier this year and conveniently located on its own private road with surrounding countryside providing the perfect backdrop, The Mill sets a new benchmark for luxury living in the area.
Each apartment has been created with quality at their heart and classically designed contemporary interiors. All units come with two undercover parking spaces, a lift to all floors, large balconies or terraces and large open plan living spaces.
With all this, it’s time to travel the Channel Islands once more. Excelsior!