THE area outside the Guernsey Information Centre entrance could be revamped if a planning application succeeds.
ENVIRONMENT has made another U-turn over the multi-million pound Admiral Park development in a move that will cause further delay.
THE island is 20 years behind the UK when it comes to dealing with disability issues, according to one property owner.
SMALLHOLDERS need greater clarity over land use, the Guernsey Planning Panel has said in its second annual report.
ENVIRONMENT board members should make the final decision on controversial plans for a new museum and equestrian centre, says Deputy Matt Fallaize.
A QUARTER of all cases heard by the planning appeals tribunal last year saw the Environment Department’s ruling overturned, latest figures have revealed.
A GLASSHOUSE owner has denied that paying high parish rates was the reason he backed proposals to turn one of his sites into a museum and equestrian centre.
PITCHED roofs and smaller balconies are some of the changes made to plans for the £20m. redevelopment of the former Guernsey Brewery site at Havelet.
A LONG-RUNNING dispute about Airtel-Vodafone installing a mobile phone mast at Oakleigh Vinery has ended now the transmitter has gone live.
AN ENVIRONMENTALLY aware family who carried out their own impact assessment before building a drystone wall in their garden have appealed after their retrospective application was refused.
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