Concerns about the construction of a new international finance centre in Jersey have been raised by Save Our Shoreline.
UBS has been announced as the first tenant for the centre, and the Treasury Minister says this means construction of the first building is financially viable, and can get underway.
However, Save Our Shoreline has queried this.
The group understands UBS has agreed to lease part of Building 4, a 67,000 square foot development.
It says this wouldn't be enough to fund construction.
It also says funding for the project would be guaranteed by the States, putting public money at risk.
Jersey's Treasury Minister says people will get straight answers. But he said details about UBS moving in were "commercially sensitive".
UBS has agreed to lease part of the controversial new development. Earlier this week an appeal against the planning consent was launched.