Why relocate to Jersey?
Jersey is Britain’s most southerly island and has a wonderful history. Part of the Duchy of Normandy when William the Conqueror invaded England, the Channel Islands subsequently swore their allegiance to the Crown when King John lost the Norman lands in 1204. As a result the islands were described as Peculiar to the Crown and were able to retain their Norman customs and laws and be self-governing. The constitutional position which Jersey enjoys today is founded on these links with the English Crown and confirmed in Royal Charters by subsequent monarchs.
Today Jersey provides many reasons to relocate:
- Low personal tax rates- first £725,000 income taxed at 20% thereafter at 1%
- No Capital Gains Tax
- No Inheritance Tax
- Stable government
- Highly respected and well regulated jurisdiction
- Accessible with up to 12 flights a day to London plus many other air links to airports around Britain and by sea to Portsmouth and Poole and St Malo
- 48 miles of beautiful coastline with a tidal range of up to 13 metres providing ever changing coastal scenery
- Three championship golf courses
- Safe and secure environment
- Caring community
- Fabulous restaurants and café society
- Historic castles and defences
- Expansive beaches and cliff paths
- Fresh sea air!
- Sea and land sports
- A thriving economy in full employment
- Fresh seafood and of course our famous Jersey Royal potatoes!
Steven worked at Jersey Tourism for 14 years as Senior Marketing Manager and can share a wealth of information.
We would be delighted to welcome you to Jersey.
For more information visit https://www.locatejersey.com/why-jersey
Tel: +44 (0)1534 860650