Sat 12 Jun 2021
A quick reminder that the Constables and Douzeniers will be starting their hedge and streams inspections next week after the official deadline of June 15 has expired. Those not cleaned or cut in accordance with the relevant legislation have to be reported for further action.
Fri 04 Jun 2021
Are you interested in getting an allotment or taking up gardening? If so, Deputy Sasha Kazantseva-Miller would like to hear from you as she is trying to gauge the level of demand in the island.
Wed 02 Jun 2021
Vale residents have been invited by the Development and Planning Authority to nominate the green fields and open spaces they would like to see preserved from development in the parish.
Mon 31 May 2021
IT issues which affected the Constables' Office last week have now been resolved, thanks to some welcome help from Agilisys, which is working in partnership with the States to deliver the SMART Guernsey programme to improve access to public services.
Thu 27 May 2021
The Vale's Constables' office is apologising to parishioners because an IT problem has stopped its telephone and email system from working – just as residents are trying to pay their rates bills.
Sat 22 May 2021
Householders in the Vale should have received their annual rates bill in the post recently and are asked to pay the amount requested no later than June 11. Prompt payment is essential if the parish is to continue providing essential services.
Sun 16 May 2021
The new owner of the former vinery site being used as Vale parish allotments has been speaking of why she wanted to keep the scheme going – and how she hopes eventually to offer new plots sheltered under glass.
Mon 10 May 2021
Moving commercial port activity away from St Sampson's Harbour could be a 'once in a generation' opportunity to transform the Bridge, the States said today. Proposals from the States' Trading Supervisory Board (STSB) would see the current harbour become a leisure only port, with additional facilities for private boats.
Sun 09 May 2021
Proposals by Policy and Resources to work more closely with the island's parishes could be a significant part of the Government Work Plan and play a part in the drive to "right-size" the States.