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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...
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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.
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