Historic Buildings


    Jersey Heritage’s works as an external advisor to the States of Jersey on matters relating to the architectural, historical and archaeological significance of buildings and sites in the Island.


    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 24 sites in Jersey, these are:

    La Cotte de St Brelade 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

     

    More information

    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

    Email: Roger.hills@jerseyheritage.org

     

    Heritage Counts

    Heritage Counts 2017 – PDF version

    Heritage Counts 2016 – PDF version

    Heritage Counts 2015 – PDF version

    Heritage Counts 2014 – PDF version

     

    Historic Environment Record (HER) for Jersey

    The HER is an extensive online resource and research tool about the heritage of Jersey. It showcases the Island’s rich diversity of archaeological sites, finds, historic buildings and landscapes.

    Access HER here.