SOSJ have answered a ‘call for evidence’ from two Scrutiny Panel Reviews to be conducted shortly. The first is the Corporate Services Scrutiny Panel’s review entitled: ‘Jersey International Finance Centre Review’. The second Review is the ‘Environmental Housing and Technical Services Panel review
Is planning permission for building No 4 still valid and being followed? (And was the tree clearance legal? Lawyers think not.) A letter sent yesterday to all States Members from Law Firm Collas Crill casts grave doubts.
Jersey is currently stuck with many, many containers of asbestos which are in old, damaged storage units exposed to the elements. To read the shocking background to this story, click here. To find out how Kurion could help us, read
After 18 months of campaigning to have Jersey’s many full, old and dodgy asbestos containers safely dealt with, SOS Jersey believe that there is a technology currently available that will avoid the spectre of ‘temporary burial’. The possible solution is
Save Our Shoreline Jersey recently carried out a straw poll ‘referendum’ of our active States members about the Finance Centre development. The poll indicated that there was very strong feeing against the impending construction of six five storey office blocks on
Save Our Shoreline Jersey submitted their third planning objection to the Finance Centre Development. The application for the 520 space underground car park has now been lodged by the States of Jersey Development Company with the Planning Department.
Friends and followers of Save Our Shoreline Jersey may be aware that for some time we have been working hard to try to save this section of the Town Heritage Sea Wall and Promenade from imminent destruction. The plans before
SOSJ have for some time had concerns about emissions from the Jersey Electricity Company chimney, first discussed in our January 2012 edition. An undertaking made to SOS at a Ramsar Authority Meeting in 2010 by the current Environment Minister, Rob
A report by SOS Jersey (redacted) on events occuring at Jersey’s Incinerator construction site at La Collette during the Spring and Summer of 2009. It must be remembered before reading further that SOSJ have always maintained that to excavate the
Below follows a short extract from a description of events that took place between the end of April and early May 2009 provided by the Project Manager’s Representative (Babtie Fichtner) followed by a series of photographs taken by him on