THE Manor Hotel lodging house could be converted into a care home, if a planning application is successful.
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TRAFFIC must be controlled if development is allowed around one of the island’s proposed new ‘local centres’, neighbours have warned.
COMPETITION is healthy, the Jersey-based firm controversially selected to repair the Perelle sea wall has said.
A VALE family’s unfinished home is the only one to have been targeted with a ‘completion notice’ by the Environment Department.
CRITICS of a controversial decision to award the Perelle seawall repairs to a Jersey-based firm have been converted after the project finished early.
Applications to the Environment Department, as published in the Guernsey Press.
MAJOR plans to develop Admiral Park have finally been approved in a move that is hoped to boost the island’s economy significantly.
ACCESS to Saints Harbour could be restricted after planners rejected a retrospective application for 37 safety posts along the edge of the road.
A HOUSE-BUILDING project which has been under way for 15 years was the subject of Guernsey’s first completion notice appeal tribunal yesterday.
SPENDING £55m. on coastal flood defences to protect against an event unlikely to occur more than once every 100 years is the right amount to spend, according to Environment.