ONLY 10 days of public consultation remain for the Environment Department’s revision of the Rural and Urban Area Plans, including the destiny of derelict vineries.
PLANS for future land use may not be radical enough for the island’s business needs.
MORE development in St Martin’s will be difficult to achieve, say businesses and residents.
TRAFFIC must be controlled if development is allowed around one of the island’s proposed new ‘local centres’, neighbours have warned.
SHOULD we knock down houses that are lining Guernsey’s roads to open up more space?
THERE are more than 250 derelict vinery sites in the island, a new planning consultation document has shown.
DEVELOPMENT options that will shape the face of Guernsey have been outlined in a new planning consultation.
NEIGHBOURS of the former GT Cars site in St Sampson’s would oppose any development that meant their properties were overlooked.
A VALE family’s unfinished home is the only one to have been targeted with a ‘completion notice’ by the Environment Department.
CUSTOMERS have welcomed plans to invest in a new restaurant above The Rockmount.