The Bailiwick island of Alderney has its own, smaller, version of Guernsey’s States, which discusses and decides upon matters of specific interest to the island. But since it is part of the Bailiwick, on occasions Guernsey States will debate Alderney issues.
There are 10 members of Alderney’s States, plus a president who oversees the monthly meetings. Every member, including the president, is elected by islanders. Members serve for four years, and elections are held every two years. The president is elected every four years.
The States’s constitution was changed a few years ago, doing away with its committee structure and replacing it with two committees – Policy and Finance and General Services. Recently, a third committee was created – Building and Development Control. Members are elected by their fellow States members to these committees, which oversee all aspects of life in the island.
Two members of Alderney’s States are elected by their peers to sit in the States of Guernsey, where they are able to vote on issues affecting the entire Bailiwick.
Airport Manager; tel. 822624
Clerk of the Court; tel. 822817
Clerk of the States; tel. 822816
Fire Brigade; tel. 822672
Harbour Master; tel. 822620
Hospital (Nursing Services); tel. 822822
Admin. And Support Services; tel. 824415
Income Tax; tel. 822811
Police Station; tel. 822731
President of the States; tel. 822060
States Engineer; tel. 822811
States Office, QEII Street; tel. 822811
Tourist Office, QEII Street; tel. 822994
Tourist Information Centre; tel. 823737
Treasurer’s Office; tel. 822811
Water Services, Newtown Pumphouse; tel. 823254
Out of Hours, Emergency Only; tel. 823253
Works Department; tel. 822408