To ensure that Jersey Heritage meets current best practice in historic building conservation on sites we manage, including the production of conservation plans; and to develop and lead programmes for research and raising awareness of the historic environment. We currently have formal agreements to manage 23 sites in Jersey, these are:
Mont Orgueil Castle, St Martin
Elizabeth Castle, St Helier
Grosnez Castle, St Ouen
Fort Leicester, Trinity
L'Etacquerel Fort, Trinity
La Crête Fort, St John
Archirondel Tower, St Martin
Kempt Tower, St Ouen
La Rocco Tower, St Brelade
La Tour Cârrée, St Ouen
Le Hocq Tower, St Clement
Lewis’s Tower, St Ouen
MP2 Observation Tower (Radio Tower), St Brelade
Seymour Tower, Grouville
9 Pier Road, St Helier
The Barge Aground, St Ouen
La Hougue Bie, Grouville
Hamptonne, St Lawrence
Maritime Museum (New North Quay Warehouses), St Helier
Springfield Civil Emergency Bunker, St Helier
Search the States of Jersey Listed Building database or find out more about current planning applications.
Jersey Heritage conservation reports
Jersey Heritage contact details:
Roger Hills, Head of Historic Buildings
Telephone: 01534 833134
The second annual survey of Jersey’s historic environment has been published by Jersey Heritage.
Heritage Counts 2015 report has been prepared by Jersey Heritage on behalf of the States of Jersey Environment Department and in association with the Island’s other heritage organisations including the National Trust for Jersey, the Channel Islands Occupation Society and the Société Jersiaise.
The report brings together information and data about the state of the Island’s historic environment to help us better understand and show the value of heritage and its contribution to our lives and local economy. The evidence collected demonstrates heritage has a positive impact in many ways – including enriching our quality of life, enhancing local pride in our cultural identity, contributing to our knowledge, and as an asset for economic development - being a major driver of overseas tourism.
The theme of Heritage Counts 2015 is the changing face of the town of St Helier, and the desirability of protecting its historic character and identity. The report provides a summary of measurable indicators, which show how Jersey’s heritage and historic surroundings have an economic, cultural, environmental and social impact on the well-being of the Island and its community.
Heritage Counts 2015 - PDF version
Heritage Counts 2014 - PDF version