Tag Archive for 'public consultation'

UK public consultation in February 2013 for planned 218 turbine wind farm between Guernsey and Poole

January 12th, 2013 by Navitus Bay Development Limited

From the 1 February 2013, members of the public are being given an opportunity to view and comment on the latest plans for the proposed wind park off the Dorset coast. Navitus Bay Development Limited (Navitus Bay) is committed to hearing the views of the local community and so far has talked to over 2,000 […]

The Guernsey Public Services Department publish the second report on the solid waste strategy public consultation

April 1st, 2011 by States of Guernsey Public Services Department

This report and earlier reports are also available from the States of Guernsey Public Services Department website.

G-CAN invites you to join them in celebrating Earth Hour on 26 March

March 18th, 2011 by Guernsey Climate Action Network

At 8.30pm on Saturday 26 March 2011, communities across the world will turn off their lights for one hour – Earth Hour – to show that itʼs possible to take action on climate change.  Guernsey is one of those communities; we encourage you to get involved. From its inception in Sydney, Australia in 2007, Earth […]

Lessons on waste in a tub at the PSD public waste strategy consultation workshop

January 27th, 2011 by Richard Lord

Much of what we throw away isn’t really ‘waste’ unless we mix it together and make it difficult and expensive to separate. I received a lesson in waste management when I made a cup of tea early on at the second workshop of the States of Guernsey Public Services Department waste strategy consultation at the […]

Deputy Flouquet cannot give an assurance that massburn incineration won’t be an option for treating Guernsey’s solid waste

October 1st, 2010 by Bernard Flouquet

This is a transcript of the debate on Deputy Gloria Dudley-Owen’s Amendment on the Waste Hierarchy in the States of Deliberation on 1 October 2010. Deputy Graham Guille asked PSD Minister Deputy Bernard Flouquet for assurance that Guernsey wouldn’t end up again with incineration to deal with our solid waste. Deputy Graham Guille said “In […]

DEFRA consultation draft on “Guidance on Applying the Waste Hierarchy”

October 1st, 2010 by Richard Lord

DEFRA has published a Consultation Draft on a Guidance on applying the waste hierarchy.

A Provisional Report of Results of the Revised Waste Strategy from the first Workshops on 8 & 9 September 2010

September 30th, 2010 by States of Guernsey Public Services Department

By Jeff Bishop, BDOR and the States of Guernsey Public Services Department INTRODUCTION Background In February 2010 the States directed the Public Services Department to formulate a revised strategy for disposing of solid waste. Since then, the Department has been carefully considering how best to achieve this and, in particular, how it can involve the […]

Public Consultation and the development of an effective solid waste strategy

September 26th, 2010 by Peter Roffey

What should our tax strategy be? Or our waste strategy? Should new building go in the urban area or be spread around the island? Should bonfires be banned? The Guernsey public is being consulted almost weekly on decisions – big and small – facing the States of Deliberation. In many ways that is a very […]

The Guernsey Bus Users Group responds to the Environment Department’s comments on the public consultation period for the proposed bus fare increase

July 13th, 2010 by Fergus

The original Media release from the Environment Department was embargoed to 00:01 on 25th June. It says at the end that comments from the public must arrive “no later than Friday 9th June 2010 The States of Guernsey Environment Department has emphasised the low response rate to the proposed bus fare increase.   This is […]

Guernsey Bus Users Group (BUG) responds to Environment Department’s Proposal to Increase bus fare

June 25th, 2010 by Fergus

The Bus Users Group responds to the proposal for a 67% hike in bus fares to commence on 10 August 2010.  The period of Public Consultation ends on 9 July. “We have some sympathy for the proposed bus fare increase.  Guernsey bus fares are very low.  So, although we love the fares the way they […]