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  • Guernsey has signed 61 Tax Information Exchange Agreements ("TIEAs") to date.  Whilst the dates of the Agreements coming into force are shown, the Entry into Fo...
  • The Common Reporting Standard (CRS) is a standard developed by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) for the automatic exchange of i...
  • Tax evasion is illegal. The illegal activities of a minority of people impose an additional unfair burden on honest taxpayers (which may include the evader's fa...
  • This Scheme is operated by the non-profit company CitizenCard Limited. The Drug & Alcohol Strategy endorses this proof of age initiative. What is CitizenCard? C...
  • The Maternity Service aims to provide excellent care in a friendly and nurturing environment to give mothers, babies and their families' personalised care from...
  • The Institute of Health and Social Care Studies forms the training and education arm of Health and Social Care (HSC).  It provides a range of education and trai...
  • These grant payments from Social Security are intended to give financial assistance to employers of people who are returning to work after extended periods of t...
  • Residents of Guernsey, Alderney, Herm and Jethou who are registered with Social Security may be able to claim benefit during times of sickness and injury. Benef...
  • This section describes the financial support which may be available to you if your spouse passes away. We understand that dealing with bereavement can be an ext...
  • If you have a medical condition or disability which means you require care in order to live at home, you may be able to claim benefit. If you are providing care...
  • If you need to move into a residential or nursing care home (which is not run by the States) you may be able to receive long-term care benefit. Long-term care b...
  • Updated: September 2016
    A consultation to gather views from businesses, stakeholders, consumers, industry associations, practitioners and any other interested parties on potential reform of Guernsey's system of commercial insolvency and personal bankruptcy.
  • Skills Guernsey aims to ensure that Guernsey has a highly skilled workforce, equipped for the opportunities and challenges of the global economy. Skills Guernse...
  • Income support is a means tested benefit that enables all households in Guernsey and Alderney to access financial support sufficient to ensure an acceptable sta...
  • Family allowance is a weekly tax free benefit payable to people living in Guernsey and Alderney who are bringing up children and meet eligibility criteria. Who...
  • The countering of terrorism and terrorist financing has been a priority for the international community ever since the terrorist attacks on the United States in...
  • These pages provide practical and useful advice on employment and workplace issues. In addition, it explains current Guernsey employment laws and helps you to a...
  • The Annual Reports on Public Primary Schools in Guernsey 1900-1920 Education in Guernsey continued throughout both World Wars. As part of a wider project to hel...
  • This page explains when & how you should inform Driver and Vehicle Licensing (DVL) of a disability or illness that may affect your ability to drive safely. Also...
  • On this page you will find information on recommended documentation to be carried when driving abroad, applying for an International Driving Permit (IDP), drivi...
  • Updated: October 2019
  • The Supported Living and Ageing Well Strategy (SLAWS) is designed to help adults of all ages that have ongoing care and support needs. This includes, but is not...
  • Sea Fisheries is a service under the Committee for Economic Development. It is responsible for the administration of the Bailiwick of Guernsey fishing vessel li...
  • The Office  of the Committee for Home Affairs (''The Office'') is responsible for regulating liquor licensing legislation within Guernsey and Herm. The sale and...
  • Legal aid can provide access to free or reduced cost legal advice in criminal and civil cases if you could not otherwise afford an Advocate. More information on...
  • The Mental Health Review Tribunal (MHRT) safeguards individuals who are detained under or subject to an Order made under the Mental Health (Bailiwick of Guernse...
  • Information about Social Housing Appeals If you're applying for, or already living in, social housing and either Housing or the Guernsey Housing Association (GH...
  • The Tax on Real Property (TRP) Appeals Panel was first established in June 2008 to hear and determine appeals made in accordance with the Taxation of Real Prope...
  • The Tribunal Panel is made up of independent people, appointed under the law, to hear and determine complaints such as unfair dismissal, sex discrimination and...
  • The Plan sets out the way in which the States intends to meet the requirements of the Children's Law 2008. It is tailored to the needs of children and young peo...
  • Laws All Guernsey Laws, Ordinances, Statutory Instruments and other legal materials are available from the Guernsey Legal Resources website.
  • Guernsey has a complex history, which has uniquely shaped its environment and the Island we enjoy today. The roads, buildings, boundary walls, green lanes, ruet...
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  • General Elections are generally held in Guernsey every four years to appoint 38 Deputies to the States of Deliberation. The last General Election took place on 7th October 2020 and the next General Election will be held in June 2025.
  • Including Billets, Amendments, Voting Records, Resolutions and Hansards Forthcoming items of business will be put on as soon as they have been submitted to H.M....
  • Lihou and its islets of Lissroy and Lihoumel form one of the most important sea bird breeding sites in the Channel Islands. Allow at least an hour for your visi...
  • We are committed to promoting the health and well-being of all members of school and College communities. We recognise that food and nutrition play an important...
  • Updated: January 2016
    The Administrative Decisions (Review) (Guernsey) Law 1986-1993 provides islanders with a free procedure through which to challenge the administrative decisions or actions of government.
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  • Updated: September 2017
    The community survey ran from June to the end of October 2015. The aim of the survey was to help those who deliver public services in Guernsey to get a better understanding of your views and experiences.
  • Schools and post-16 education providers play a vital role in helping young people develop their employability skills so that they are better prepared to enter t...
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  • Guernsey operates a Freedom of Information Code. You can find the Code and details of how it works on this page. Should you have any queries in relation to appl...
  • Updated: June 2016
    We launched the new gov.gg site in November of 2015 and ran a survey to gather feedback on what you thought of it. Your feedback was used in the development of the website.
  • Guernsey pro-actively engages with a number of different jurisdictions as well as international and supranational bodies. This page provides further information...
  • GOV.GG puts small text files (known as 'cookies') onto your computer to collect information about how you browse this site. The information collected is not per...
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  • Updated: September 2015
    The Environment Department is reviewing the Land Planning and Development (Use classes) Ordinance, 2007, and is consulting on some proposed changes.
  • Updated: November 2016
    The future of secondary and post-16 education
  • Updated: June 2017
    Trading Standards is seeking the views of consumers and businesses on proposals for an ambitious set of new trading standards legislation for the Island of Guernsey.
  • Updated: March 2016
    The Health & Social Services Department, Housing , Social Security and Treasury & Resources have been looking at the future care and support requirements for adults with enduring care and support needs.
  • Updated: January 2015
    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.
  • Updated: January 2015
    The Home Department launched a public consultation on the draft Domestic Abuse Strategy for 2015 - 2020 which has been developed by the cross-departmental Domestic Abuse Strategy Advisory Group.
  • Updated: November 2016
    A consultation to publicise the Department's proposals regarding high hedges legislation and to gather views from the public and stakeholders as to whether its proposals are effective and proportionate, and if there are any issues with the legislation as proposed.
  • Updated: July 2015
    The States has issued a consultation paper on transparency of beneficial ownership of companies. It can take account of and benefit from the development of the international debate on transparency of beneficial ownership of legal persons.
  • Updated: June 2015
    The States of Guernsey, in partnership with the Island's third sector, is consulting on the draft Children & Young People's Plan.
  • Updated: February 2017
    The Policy Council undertook a consultation into Union Civile and the other options to legally recognise a committed relationship in Guernsey.
  • Updated: February 2016
    The future of Guernsey's Ambulance Service carries significance for every member of our community. This consultation seeks you views on how the ambulance service should perform and deliver in the future.
  • Updated: September 2015
    CIFO seeks views on what other relationships with providers are sufficiently-close for non-customers to be able to refer complaints to CIFO.
  • Updated: September 2015
    The Commerce & Employment Department have today issued a technical consultation on a number of issues relating to the proposed new Guernsey Arbitration Law.
  • Updated: September 2015
    The Health & Social Services Department is seeking your views on new food safety legislation.
  • Updated: September 2015
    The Crime & Justice Survey provides Islanders with the opportunity to feedback their experiences and opinions on a range of crime and justice related issues and services within the Bailiwick of Guernsey.
  • Updated: February 2017
    The States of Guernsey undertook a cyber-security review in Guernsey to better understand, and prepare for, the threat profile to islanders, business and Government.
  • This page contains information on Guernsey's economic activity, measured by the Gross Value Added (GVA) of each sector and Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the I...
  • There are two main agencies responsible for the investigation of child abuse in Guernsey and Alderney: Committee for Health and Social Care ; Guernsey Police ....
  • Information on sanction measures in place with listed regimes. Regimes are listed alphabetically below: Afghanistan BACKGROUND Following the UK's withdrawal fro...
  • Updated: November 2015
    This is an ongoing project looking at the Town Seafront.
  • Sexual Health Services can help you with care and advice on sexually transmitted infections, contraception and all aspects of sexual health. These services offe...
  • Online payments for Income Tax, Social Security, TRP, Sewage, Guernsey Water, Fixed Penalty Notices and more
  • You can find out more about economic codes on this page. The Guernsey Economic Sector Classification Codes are used to group businesses by the type of economic...
  • This page contains information about the annual Facts and Figures booklet. The Facts and Figures booklet contains annual updates of the Island's core fiscal and...
  • Information about Guernsey's Greenhouse Gas Emissions can be found on this page. Guernsey signed up to the Kyoto Protocol and UN Convention on Climate Change in...
  • On this page you can download the latest publications from the Data and Analysis team regarding the island's property transaction prices (sales and rentals) and...
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  • This page provides information regarding the mechanisms in place to help protect residents from unlawful planning and building development. The vast majority of...
  • The Development & Planning Authority has a duty under law to investigate and take action against possible breaches of planning control and breaches of the Build...
  • We encourage public involvement in planning and views and comments either in support of or against proposals are welcomed. The first thing you need to do is che...
  • Planning decisions made by the Planning Service (including decisions refusing a planning application, the issue of Compliance or Completion Notices, decisions t...
  • Open planning meetings give the public the opportunity to see the deliberations of the Committee and how planning decisions are reached and public speaking allo...
  • This page contains information regarding the previous Development Plans for the Island, UAP (2002) and RAP (2005), recently superseded by the Island Development...
  • This page tells you some of the things you may need to do if you are organising an event, which could impact on others or the environment. Fireworks If you are...
  • Updated: July 2017
    The Healthy Weight Strategy was agreed by the States in March 2016.
  • Public health is about ensuring our population is as healthy as possible. Doctors and nurses may look at you as an individual and decide what is best for your h...
  • The Committee for Health & Social Care's Adult Community Service provide specialist assessment and intermediate nursing and residential care beds for individual...
  • The Princess Elizabeth Hospital provides the Islands with medical treatment and care. The Princess Elizabeth Hospital The Princess Elizabeth Hospital is the onl...
  • If you are a British Citizen, you can legally change your name or that of your child by "executing" a Deed Poll i.e. signing a document in front of witnesses, w...
  • This page shares how to report incidents of littering and fly tipping and also includes some top tips to prevent your home or workplace from being a target of t...
  • Bulk Refuse is a scheme that enables householders to have large household items such as sofas and fridges collected for recycling or disposal (up to 5 items for...
  • Waste and recycling collections are arranged by each parish, so your collection night will depend on where you live. Further details can be found using the link...
  • Find information on buying and selling vehicles, registering a vehicle (including first registration duty based on vehicle emissions), exchanging registration n...
  • On this page you will find information about our online services, and applying for a provisional, full or duplicate driving licence, notifying a change of name/...
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  • Not all development and building work requires planning permission. This page is designed to help you assess whether the works you are planning require permissi...
  • Planning and Building Control process and determine applications in accordance with the requirements of Land Planning and Development Law and Building Regulatio...
  • Most of Guernsey's beaches are dog friendly during the summer months. The beaches where dogs are banned between 1st May and 30th September are Fermain, Petit Bo...
  • The Visit Guernsey website provides information on events, which may be of interest to residents and visitors. Information on forthcoming fireworks events, some...
  • The statutory public holidays for 2022 are as follows: Monday 3 rd January New Year's Day Friday 15 th April Good Friday Monday 18 th April  Easter Monday Monda...
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