Mon 17 Aug 2020
Householders in the Vale are being reminded that they have until August 22 to pay their parish rates or else face possible court action to recover the money.
Sun 16 Aug 2020
A quick reminder that the Vale Church's Beach Service has been rearranged for this evening with with the Salvation Army and Methodist Churches. It will be held at 5.00pm at Grande Havre and will take the form of a Songs of Praise. Should it be wet the congregations will meet at the Salvation Army instead.
Thu 13 Aug 2020
A more holistic and joined up approach to traffic matters in the North of the island has been promised following a meeting between the Vale's Senior Constable and Development and Planning Authority (DPA) President Dawn Tindall.
Tue 04 Aug 2020
There has been a positive reaction to calls by the Vale Douzaine for a joined up approach to be taken to traffic issues in the North of the island. The plea for a holistic view by planners has now been picked up by the island's media.
Sun 02 Aug 2020
A proper traffic impact assessment for the North of the island should be carried out before there is any more housing development in the Vale or St Sampson's, Vale Douzeniers concluded at a recent meeting.
Thu 23 Jul 2020
Regenerating the Bridge area and Leale's Yard would be an early win for Guernsey's Revive and Thrive post-Covid recovery strategy, the Guernsey Press says today.
Mon 20 Jul 2020
A Vale road that was closed before Christmas has now been reopened thanks to an intervention by the Douzaine. The thoroughfare, between La Moye States Houses and Fort Doyle, was closed after a fire in a large shed created a risk of asbestos pollution.
Wed 08 Jul 2020
Vale's Douzaine has responded formally to the authorities over proposals to close permanently La Hougue Jehannet road, which runs along the back of Guernsey Electricity Ltd.
Sat 27 Jun 2020
Members of the Vale Douzaine have been out since the 15th checking whether parish streams and hedges have been cleaned and cut back as required by law.
Mon 15 Jun 2020
The Vale Douzaine will be meeting in person tonight for the first time – properly socially distanced – since the Covid lockdown began and one of the items on the agenda will be fixing the days for inspecting hedges and douits in the various cantons.