AN ICE cream van owner has been forced by Environment to dig up plants that she planted next to the vehicle because they ‘altered the characteristics’ of the surrounding area.
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TOWN has been blighted by ‘undistinguished’ developments for too long, according to John McCormack, whose book, The Guernsey House, is the definitive work on older houses in the island.
ENVIRONMENT is in line to make almost £50,000 a year if it introduces charges for residential parking permits.
RESIDENTS rejoiced as plans for a four-storey block of flats in Coupee Lane were rejected yesterday.
PLANS for a rescheduled bus service were heavily criticised at a public meeting at Hautes Capelles School last night.
THE rate of decline in the number of passengers using Guernsey’s bus service has accelerated.
A ST SAVIOUR’S resident is worried that a protected pine tree could crash through the roof of her bungalow.
ENVIRONMENT has been criticised for the lengthy and ‘potentially costly’ delays it has caused ahead of a decision being made on the latest phase of the Admiral Park development.
ENVIRONMENT has rejected urgent calls from constables and parishioners to remove scaffolding from outside a St Peter Port building.
HUGE potholes at Bordeaux car park have been filled in but users have called for a longer-term solution to stop them from reappearing.
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