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Thank-you for taking the time to find out about new plans proposed for Millbrook House Hotel. 

Millbrook House Hotel has operated as a Hotel for many years and has been purchased by CCA Galleries International Ltd (CCA). CCA is a commercial gallery at Royal Court Chambers, 10 Hill Street. The exhibition space showcases the best of contemporary British and Jersey art. The gallery is now in its 7th year and was opened by Sir Peter Blake CBE in June, 2013. 

CCA support and nurture local talent through the Jersey Summer Exhibition, the Summer Prize, solo exhibitions, student internships and mentoring. It offers art advice to the general public as well as to public institutions and commercial organisations. As a Gallery, it consults, supports and partners most local cultural organisations, including Domaine des Vaux Opera, Durrell, Jersey Heritage, Jersey Literature Festival, The Arts Society, L’Office du Jerriais, National Trust for Jersey, the Arts Society, Autism Jersey and The British Heart Foundation (BHF). For example, CCA held exhibitions at Hill Street in partnership with Jersey Heritage, for Sir Francis Cook and other prominent Island Artists such as Blampied. As part of its social charter, it does not make a charge for any such exhibitions. CCA also attracts renowned international artists to exhibit and educate. 

Design proposals were prepared on behalf of CCA resulting in planning permission in 2021 to restore the site’s buildings and to create an exceptional and characterful Art Hotel. A lot of work has already been undertaken to restore the grounds and work has commenced to implement the planning permission that has been granted.

CCA seeks to create a modern, flexible tourism facility that meets the needs of today’s widely travelled visitor. Inherent in this design approach is the wish to provide guests with a variety of accommodation options ranging from taking a whole Apartment in the Historic Villa to a stay in a Shepherd Hut in the Hotel grounds. A commitment has been made to use best construction practice to meet the latest Sustainability Codes of Practice. Visitor comfort will be at the forefront without sacrifice of the proposed eco credentials.

Revisions to the original scheme are now proposed in response to changes in the local and global economic climate. A lot has changed in the world since the original scheme was approved and the imperative for Jersey to develop new high quality visitor accommodation has become even more urgent. The revisions now proposed respond to changes in the Island’s economy and also planning policy in a post Covid pandemic era.

The proposals balance sensitive restoration of the Historic Buildings on the site together with exciting new sustainable accommodation for guests and other visitor well being facilities. The restoration of the original grounds has been given careful consideration providing protection, enhancement through a comprehensive landscaping scheme. In response to early advice received from the States of Jersey, Highways Department, a new internal road is still included providing a new exit onto Le Chemins des Moulins .The updates now submitted for the Hotel are an evolution of the original Art Hotel concept under an Aparthotel model with the biggest changes proposed being the proposed replacement of the 1970’s wing adjoining the original Villa and the addition of accommodation options sensitively integrated around the Hotel grounds.

This website has been updated to give you the opportunity to find out about the scheme before a planning application is resubmitted. You will have the opportunity to visit the site if you would like to as part of this consultation (see details below). A planning application will be submitted in the near future. 

It is hoped that you enjoy this presentation and if you have any questions or comments please let the team know. 

Current Aerial View
Listed Villa
Original 1970’s Wing