Mon 09 Apr 2018
Development, especially new houses, should be spread more evenly around the island, Vale’s Senior Constable has said.
Mon 12 Mar 2018
Following publication of a development framework for Camp Dolent, residents of Tertre Lane, Vale, are facing the prospect of an additional 8-17 new homes being built in the already residential area and many are concerned by that.
Thu 01 Mar 2018
Wed 28 Feb 2018
‘The pitches are for anyone to use, whether they live in the parish or not, and there’s no charge to do so and no need to pre-book so I hope we can reassure the letter writer that at least the Vale’s trying to encourage the informal kick-abouts he remembered so vividly from his youth.’
Mon 26 Feb 2018
Here's an update from the Guernsey Press and Star of 25 February with the news that, after a wait of two years, the parish has its own rector again.
Tue 30 Jan 2018
At its last meeting, members of the Vale Douzaine decided that more information should be made available to parishioners about what the Constables and Douzeniers do on behalf of the parish. As a result, and as a first step, a summary of the Douzaine's deliberations will be published here shortly after the regular meeting, usually held on the last Monday of the month. These may be found under Douzaine on the home page.
Tue 05 Dec 2017
The following has been received from Denice Prestidge, Project Manager, Inert Waste, States of Guernsey Trading Assets, in response to a suggestion made at the last Vale Douzaine meeting that Longue Hougue Quarry would be a suitable site for disposing of inert waste:
Tue 31 Oct 2017
Chouet headland is an ideal place to develop a new quarry, according to Vale Senior Constable Richard Leale.
Tue 31 Oct 2017
Vale Senior Constable Richard Leale has welcomed planning permission being granted for the derelict properties at Vale Avenue to be demolished.