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.
Good to see SOS J’s David Cabeldu in today’s Jersey Evening Post – have a look at p4 and the letters page. We hope this will be
As 2014 brings us a New Year, SOSJ reports on the most worrying issue before islanders in environmental, social and financial terms. This is the hurried and unethically arranged development currently being rushed through by the States of Jersey Development
Confused? and/or appalled? Join the club! Read on for a summary of Esplanade Development events leading up to our January 2014 report and see what you think…
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
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
Save Our Shoreline Jersey produces a new report – ‘The Importance of Air Quality in Hospitals’ and looks at the viability of building our new General Hospital on a large vacant site on the Waterfront.
“This material is a major hazard to health and no concentration of asbestos dust may be presumed safe.” (Source: Lancet, March 1995)
The second part of Save Our Shoreline’s look at what lies beneath the St. Helier Waterfront and the dreadful legacy that it has left.
A critical problem at La Collette: 217 containers full of dangerous asbestos waste pile up at La Collette: A year’s worth of highly toxic APCr incinerator ash is already stockpiled. SOSJ believe that no toxic waste should be buried at