ENVIRONMENT will conduct site visits if it believes emergency road closures are not genuine, it has said.
Environment Department news
ENVIRONMENT has today announced the new agreed winter bus timetable.
CO-ORDINATING roadworks costs the Environment Department £350,000 a year.
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.
A PERMANENT site is needed for motorcycle training and testing, Environment has said.
ENVIRONMENT is moving ahead with plans to increase taxi fares by 1.58%.
PLANS for future land use may not be radical enough for the island’s business needs.
Applications to the Environment Department, as published in the Guernsey Press.
THE Confederation of Guernsey Industry has welcomed proposals that could see derelict vineries redeveloped as land for industry.
THE Manor Hotel lodging house could be converted into a care home, if a planning application is successful.