The swimming pool at Fort Regent could finally be demolished, along with the aerial walkway and the cable car station.
A planning application is due to be submitted, asking for permission to take the redundant buildings down.
The States say they pose a 'significant risk' to health and safety.
The application is being put in by the Department for Infrastructure, on behalf of the Department for Economic Development, which is responsible for managing the site.
Members of the States are being invited to a presentation about the project next month along with islanders and businesses based near the site.
The States say it will act as an opportunity to hear more about the plans, and to ask any questions they may have.