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Tuesday 25 July 2017

A Draft Development Framework has been prepared by the Planning Service for a potential residential development at Peacehaven, Rue de L'Eglise, St Martin.

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Tuesday 25 July 2017

Steps have been taken to further strengthen the operational implementation of the States of Guernsey's Code of Practice for Access to Public Information.

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Monday 24 July 2017

The 2017 Channel Islands Cancer Registry Report (incorporating data up to 2014) has been released today.

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Parochial Appeals Tribunal

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The Parochial Appeals Tribunal was established in 2015 under the Parochial Administration Ordinance, 2013. The Tribunal is an independent body that determines appeals against some Parish level decisions. The parochial decisions that are appealable relate to breaches of the hedge cutting and watercourse clearing obligations, as well decisions not to grant Bornements.

  • About the Parochial Appeals Tribunal

    • The Parochial Appeals Tribunal is independent of any States' Committee or body. Its Members are appointed by the Royal Court. It operates within the provisions set out in The Parochial Administration Ordinance, 2013 (see the downloaded documents).
    • The Parochial Appeals Tribunal is supported administratively by its own secretariat through the Office of the Policy & Resources Committee.
    • The Parochial Appeals Tribunal's Secretary is available to answer any questions and can be contacted at Sir Charles Frossard House (telephone - 01481 717000) or by email - pat@gov.gg -  or by writing to The Secretary to the Parochial Appeals Tribunal, Sir Charles Frossard House, La Charroterie, St Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 1FH.
  • How to make an Appeal

    • Details of how to appeal a parochial decision, together with details of the relevant legislation, are on this web page. See the downloaded documents.
    • Anybody considering making an appeal will find it helpful to first read the information leaflet and the guidance notes.
    • Please note that under the law there are deadlines within which appeals to the Parochial Appeal Tribunal have to be made. These deadlines are also specified in the information leaflet and the guidance notes.
    • The appeal form can be downloaded from this site. The appeal form contains further details about the information and the administrative fee (£25) that must be included with any appeal.
    • Paper copies of most documents are also available from the Secretary.
    • The contact details for Parochial Appeals Tribunal's Secretary are:
      • Telephone - States of Guernsey, Sir Charles Frossard House - Switchboard - 01481 717000
      • Email - pat@gov.gg
      • The Secretary to the Parochial Appeals Tribunal, Sir Charles Frossard House, La Charroterie, St Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 1FH.

Downloads

Information Leaflet on Parochial Appeals (2016) Guidance Notes (2015) Parochial Appeals Form 2016 Legislation - Parochial Administration Ordinance, 2013 Cutting of Hedges Ordinance Consolidated Text with new sections 1A, 1B and 1C Legislation - Loi Relative aux Douits, 1936 Legislation - Loi Relative aux Douits (Amendment) Law, 2013 Legislation - Loi ayant rapport a la Construction de Maisons et Batiments et au Tracement des Routes et Chemins, 1931 Legislation - Bornements (Modification) (Guernsey) Law, 1989 New enforcement powers for Parishes (Media release dated 17th August 2015)

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