Buildings at Risk

St Saviour’s Hospital

From the listed building entry: “High quality example of Victorian hospital (asylum) buildings, 1868 with later additions, set within rare Victorian asylum therapeutic grounds whose design follows the advice of the UK Commissioners in Lunacy published originally in 1856. The typically sweeping open front lawn survives largely intact to form the essential setting enclosed by a notable line of holm oak to the north and mixed oak and sweet chestnut alongside the drive, but the eastern end of the lawn is damaged by the nurses' home. The airing courts to the rear, which define the site as an asylum, are a rare survival as an ensemble, particularly those to the east which retain many rare original features, including the walls, privies, lean-to shelter and paths”.

 

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12 Simon Place, St Helier

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