Thu 26 Sep 2019
Douzeniers in the Vale are increasingly being asked to take a harder line over hedge trimming as vegetation and brambles can obstruct pavements and roads.
Mon 23 Sep 2019
Bordeaux had a late ‘spring clean’ yesterday as volunteers scoured the popular northern beauty spot for rubbish and removed it.
Mon 16 Sep 2019
Five Vale households are about to be taken to court for not paying their rates, Senior Constable Richard Leale has confirmed as the Douzaine gets tough on defaulters.
Sat 07 Sep 2019
It's September and so time to remind parishioners that by law all hedges and streams need to be cut and cleared no later than the 30th so they can be inspected by Vale Douzeniers. Here’s the official explanation:
Thu 29 Aug 2019
Attempts by the Vale Douzaine to get improvements to one of the worst surfaced roads in the parish – and possibly the island – have been highlighted in the Guernsey Press Parish Matters column.
Fri 23 Aug 2019
Moves by the States to remove unused craft from the headland at Les Amarreurs and restore the vegetation binding the sand dunes there have been welcomed by the parish's Constables.
Fri 16 Aug 2019
What's been described by some as the worst road in the island looks set for improvement following pressure from the Vale Douzaine.
Thu 08 Aug 2019
Public funds will be used to help kick-start the regeneration of Leale's Yard, Policy and Resources said yesterday. It has authorised up to £400,000 to be used to revitalise four areas, including the long derelict Bridge site.
Wed 07 Aug 2019
All 10 island parishes have widespread concerns about the way Guernsey's planning laws currently work, the Guernsey Douzaine Council has said.
Mon 05 Aug 2019
Claims by Development & Planning Authority president Dawn Tindall that just four homes were built in the North of the island last year show how out of touch she is with parish concerns about over-development and the loss of open space, says the Vale's Senior Constable.