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Regulation of Sunday Trading

The Commerce and Employment Department is today launching a public consultation on the regulation of Sunday trading. The consultation period runs until the end of January 2015.

Sunday Trading
Consultation Paper Online Survey

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The consultation document explains the background to the current review, the controls that exist in the current legislation, and gives information on some of the options for restricting shop opening on Sundays.

The Department is seeking the views of the public, retailers, parishes, and interested groups to inform its review of this subject and to help it form proposals for a future approach to trading on Sundays.

At this stage, the Department is not looking at the fine detail of possible future regulation of Sunday trading, rather, the intention of this consultation and questionnaire is to obtain a picture of the broad public opinion on this topic.

Please fill in the online survey or send printed responses to:

Sunday Trading Consultation
Commerce and Employment Department
FREEPOST GU245
Guernsey
GY1 5SS
Telephone: (01481) 234567
Email: ts@commerce.gov.gg
Fax: (01481) 235015

Your views will help formulate policy as the Department progresses to the next stage of work on this topic. The Department wishes to thank you in advance for taking the time to read and respond to this consultation.

Printed copies are available from the following locations:-

Updated: January 2015

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