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Leale's Yard regeneration 'a step closer'

Tue 23 Jul 2019

The long-awaited development of Leale's Yard and the regeneration of the Bridge has moved a step closer thanks to a States debate on planning, according to the deputy behind the move.

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States debate could protect green fields

Thu 18 Jul 2019

A proposal that could help protect greenfield sites in the Vale from development and give parishioners more say in what gets built where is being debated by States members today.

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New triangle field plans "big improvement", says Constable - but still not wanted

Fri 12 Jul 2019

Revised plans to build housing on the "triangle field" opposite Braye Road industrial estate have been described as "a vast improvement" by the Vale's Senior Constable, Richard Leale - although he would still prefer for the site to remain undeveloped.

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Please don't feed the gulls

Tue 02 Jul 2019

People who use Bordeaux are being urged not to feed the seabirds there because that act of kindness can be harmful in several ways, according to Environmental Services. 

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Douzaine asking for more family-friendly loos at Les Amarreurs

Thu 27 Jun 2019

The States has been asked by the Vale Douzaine to consider improving toilet facilities at Les Amarreurs because of the number of children and parents using the popular play area there, pictured below.

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Bordeaux gets a 'spring clean'

Sun 23 Jun 2019

An area at Bordeaux traditionally used for overwintering boats and storing gear has been getting a late spring clean as part of the Vale Douzaine's programme of parish improvements.

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"Action plan" far short of what the Vale requires, says Constable

Tue 18 Jun 2019

Claims that the Development and Planning Authority has an action plan to counter widespread concerns about how development is policed in the island have been dismissed as 'papering over the cracks' by the Senior Constable of the Vale.

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500 face court action over unpaid rates

Mon 17 Jun 2019

Nearly 500 Vale households face being threatened with court action over the next few days because of unpaid rates bills, the Senior Constable has warned.

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Vale households face court action over unpaid rates

Mon 10 Jun 2019

More than 600 Vale householders have failed to pay their parish rates on time and now face a £25 penalty on top of the bill itself.

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Hedges – please be a good neighbour and clear up afterwards

Tue 04 Jun 2019

The deadline for cutting hedges – 15 June – is fast approaching and many parishioners have already done theirs before Douzeniers start their official checks.

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