No 1-3 Library Place

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1-3 Library Place, St Helier


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Property name

1-3 Library Place


Library Place, St Helier

Type of property

Georgian building with shopfronts


No recent transactions

Families and businesses associated with the property

Census returns

  • 1841: 3, Philip Le Tublin, messenger, and family
  • 1871: 3, John White, tin plate worker
  • 1881: 1, Edward Eadon (51) auctioneer and valuer; 3, Francis White (46) tin plate worker
  • 1891: 3, Francis White (41) tin plate worker

Almanac listings

  • 1874-1910: 1, J White and Son, tin workers, followed by F White
  • 1890-1900: Parish Clerk's office
  • 1895: 3, Viscount's office
  • 1905-1915: C W V Stone
  • 1925-1930: 3, Public Health office
  • 1930-1935: 1, Green Electrical Engineering
  • 1935: Jersey Business Training College
  • 1940: 1, Air Raid Precaution office; 3, Commercial Art Company (to 1950)
  • 1950: 1, Commercial Union
  • 1955: 1, Rediffusion
  • 1960-1970: 1, Bo-Kay florist; 3, Royal Insurance
  • 1975-1980: 3, Lombard North Central
  • 2019: 1-3, Broadlands estate agency

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Well proportioned Georgian-style buildings retaining historic character and features, in a historically significant part of St Helier. Corner site on to Library Place and Church Street

Three bays, four storeys, the top being a new addition.

round floor shop front with plain pilasters with rolled tops and plain fascia.

Adjoining to east is thin wedge shaped building forming the corner of a block next to the United Club, three bays, four storeys.

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