The latest numbers from Statistics Jersey shows an incredible rise of house prices in the last couple of decades, with house prices at an all time high, on par with London.

St Peter residents narrowly voted in favour of continuing to pursue a controversial affordable-housing scheme.

As an island with a beautiful coastline, see the 100-year plan that aims to protect our island for generations to come.

With life getting busier every week and new bars, restaurants and events opening every month, staying on top can be tricky. So here’s a round up of this month’s hottest happenings in and around the local area…¬¬¬¬¬

Are you looking for the perfect place to house your business? Finding the ideal piece of property can go a long way in securing success for your business.

Replacing tenants can be costly, time-consuming and stressful. Replacing tenants can also cause major headaches for any reasonable property manager with letting agent fees, inventories, check-in and check-out costs and so on.

Previously in Jersey, letting out a dwelling was a very private matter between Tenant and Landlord. This brings potential tenants a heightened level of risk of things like exploitation (heaven forbid) taking place.

Housing prices in Jersey have risen by 7% in a year.

A COUPLE are suing their former neighbours for more than £300,000 after alleging that a broken drain left part of their property riddled with damp over a period of eight years.

EMPTY-NESTERS and other Islanders with larger houses could be offered subsidised homes to encourage them to downsize and free up family properties, under a scheme being considered by the States housing provider.

So here’s a round-up of this month’s hottest happenings in and around the local area…

Calls for the States to release a £37.8 million loan for Andium Homes to create social housing at Ann Court have been approved.