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Parish Meeting 8th March 2017

The publications here provide details of the Parish Meeting on 8th March 2017.

Constables’ Publication 2017

Churchwardens’ Publication 2017

The Moorings Meeting information for 15th March 2017 is as follows:

Moorings Publication 2017

 

Longfrie Junction Filter

Media Release from Traffic and Highway Services:

Media Release

Date: 1st March 2017

New filter to be installed at Longfrie/Rue St Pierre crossroads

A new filter-in-turn will be installed at the Longfrie/Rue St Pierre crossroads on Sunday 5th March, weather permitting.

The installation is the next step in efforts to improve safety at the junction, following on from recently completed work to increase visibility for vehicles exiting La Rue St. Pierre.

Reducing approach speeds along La Route de Longfrie, and improving overall visibility, is crucial in order to limit road traffic collisions at the junction.

Through the installation of a filter-in-turn, which relies on all drivers approaching the junction to do so slowly and with care, it is anticipated that safety at this junction will be improved.

Traffic and Highway Services has been liaising closely with the Constables of St Pierre du Bois and Guernsey Police – both are supportive of the new measures.

Additional temporary signage warning of the new junction layout, along with the provision of temporary flashing speed warning equipment on approach to the junction, will be used to remind drivers of the maximum 25mph speed limit that is already in place.

As per existing policy, all new filters are initially installed on a 12 month trial basis.

Issued by: Deníse Quevâtre, Personal Assistant to the Chief Secretary

Tel: 01481 234567 (ext 2381)

E-mail: denise.quevatre@gov.gg

 

 

Office Hours Christmas 2016

The office will be closed from 12noon on 22nd December until 4pm on 3rd January. For urgent enquiries only, please contact the Constable or a Douzenier.

There will be no changes to rubbish and recycling collection days and times over the festive period.

Black bag waste – put out for collection on the evening of 27th December

Clear bag recycling – put out for collection on the evening of 28th December (Please do not put glittery gift wrap and cards in with your recycling)

Blue bag recycling – put out for collection on the evening of 21st December or 4th January

RECYCLING

For the 2017 kerbside calendar, see here: recycling-calendar-2017

2017 Calendar

2017 Calendar

For more information about recycling and other waste, click here

Fireworks

Firework displays, especially those put on by professional firms for weddings, etc. can disturb neighbours and be very distressing for animals. Therefore the Constables would encourage responsible and considerate behaviour when organising such displays. In particular the displays should take place before 10pm.

The parish Constables’ permission is required to set off fireworks from public land e.g. the beach. It is not required for displays on private property however the Constables strongly recommend that use is made of the States information form at https://gov.gg/papermits In addition we advise circulation of display details to the Guernsey Press, local radio, and on social media, as well as direct notice to residents.

Please click this link to subscribe if you wish to receive information regarding displays https://gov.gg/fireworks