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31/07/2020Grouville Parish Assembly 5th August, 2020

An assembly of the Principals and Electors of the Parish will be held in the Parish Hall on Wednesday the 5th August 2020 at 7.30pm for the following business;

1) Receive and if deemed advisable approve the Minutes of the Parish Assembly

held on Wednesday 20th May 2020.

2) Receive and if deemed advisable adopt the audited accounts of the Connétable for the financial year ended 30th April 2020. The said accounts having been examined and unanimously approved by the Committee named for that purpose.

3) To place at the disposal of the Roads Committee the amount required for the upkeep and maintenance of the byroads during the financial year 2020/2021.

4) Approve the estimates of the funds required by the Parish for the financial year ending the 30th April 2021.

5) Approve a rate of an amount that will produce for the Parish, income that is at least sufficient to satisfy the requirements as set out in the approved estimates.

6) Name a Comité to examine the accounts of the Connétable for the year ending 30th April 2021.

7) Approve, and if deemed advisable, make a donation to the Association of Jersey Charities funded from the General Accumulative Account.

8) To appoint auditors to audit the Connétables accounts for the Parish for the year ending 30th April 2021.

9) After agreeing to the funding for the purchase of land for a petanque pitch the Parishioners are invited to agree that the Parish enter into a contract with the owner of the piece of land adjacent to the Parish shed, and to authorise the Connétable and at least one Procureur to attend the Royal Court to register the contract.

10) The Parishioners are asked to agree that the Parish of Grouville enter into contracts

with the owners of fields 214, 215 & 213 in order to provide drainage for the road, Cache Des Pres, and further to instruct the Connétable and at least one Procureur to attend the Royal Court in order to register the said contracts.

EMAIL ANY QUESTIONS TO grouville@pog.gov.je OR TELEPHONE 852225 BETWEEN 8AM AND 4PM WEEKDAYS. DUE TO THE CURRENT COVID 19 PANDEMIC, NUMBERS ARE RESTRICTED FOR THE ASSEMBLY.

Parish Hall J.E. Le Maistre

30th July 2020 Connétable

Accounts 2020 Paroisse de Grouville 30072020.pdf preview.pdf

  
22/07/2020Jersey Office of the Information Commissioner ( JOIC)

​The Jersey Office of the Information Commissioner (JOIC) has seen an increase in enquiries to its office regarding the domestic use of Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) and is reminding Islanders CCTV should be used only as a last resort where other less intrusive approaches have failed or to address real and serious threats to individual health and safety or the protection of property.

If you have to use CCTV at home, follow the JOIC's top tips for best practice:

  1. Do you really need to use CCTV? Consider carefully the position of your cameras and why you are installing CCTV. Also consider what it is you are trying to capture or resolve.
  2. If your CCTV captures images of people outside the boundaries of your home, for example in neighbours' homes or gardens, shared spaces or on a public footpath or a street, then you will need to meet certain requirements of the Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2018.
  3. If your CCTV does capture images of people outside the boundaries of your home, then you are required to put up a sign in the area of the camera(s). The sign must:
  • Be clear, visible and readable.
  • Contain details of the purpose of the surveillance and who to contact about the recording.
  • Include contact details such as website address, telephone number or email address.
  1. If you have to use CCTV at home, preferably disable any audio facility.
  2. Remember, if your CCTV records only your property and your family, you do NOT need to comply with the Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2018 but if you install CCTV for other than a purely personal or domestic purpose (i.e. it captures images in public areas), you will be a data controller and will need to register with the Jersey Office of the Information Commissioner and comply with the law.

    To view relevant JOIC guidance, click the following links:

    CCTV at Home - https://www.jerseyoic.org/resource-room/surveillance-for-individuals/
    CCTV in the Workplace - https://www.jerseyoic.org/resource-room/surveillance-for-organisations/

    The JOIC team can be contacted via enquiries@jerseyoic.org or call the JOIC office on 01534 716530.
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31/07/2020Grouville Parish Assembly 5th August, 2020

An assembly of the Principals and Electors of the Parish will be held in the Parish Hall on Wednesday the 5th August 2020 at 7.30pm for the following business;

1) Receive and if deemed advisable approve the Minutes of the Parish Assembly

held on Wednesday 20th May 2020.

2) Receive and if deemed advisable adopt the audited accounts of the Connétable for the financial year ended 30th April 2020. The said accounts having been examined and unanimously approved by the Committee named for that purpose.

3) To place at the disposal of the Roads Committee the amount required for the upkeep and maintenance of the byroads during the financial year 2020/2021.

4) Approve the estimates of the funds required by the Parish for the financial year ending the 30th April 2021.

5) Approve a rate of an amount that will produce for the Parish, income that is at least sufficient to satisfy the requirements as set out in the approved estimates.

6) Name a Comité to examine the accounts of the Connétable for the year ending 30th April 2021.

7) Approve, and if deemed advisable, make a donation to the Association of Jersey Charities funded from the General Accumulative Account.

8) To appoint auditors to audit the Connétables accounts for the Parish for the year ending 30th April 2021.

9) After agreeing to the funding for the purchase of land for a petanque pitch the Parishioners are invited to agree that the Parish enter into a contract with the owner of the piece of land adjacent to the Parish shed, and to authorise the Connétable and at least one Procureur to attend the Royal Court to register the contract.

10) The Parishioners are asked to agree that the Parish of Grouville enter into contracts

with the owners of fields 214, 215 & 213 in order to provide drainage for the road, Cache Des Pres, and further to instruct the Connétable and at least one Procureur to attend the Royal Court in order to register the said contracts.

EMAIL ANY QUESTIONS TO grouville@pog.gov.je OR TELEPHONE 852225 BETWEEN 8AM AND 4PM WEEKDAYS. DUE TO THE CURRENT COVID 19 PANDEMIC, NUMBERS ARE RESTRICTED FOR THE ASSEMBLY.

Parish Hall J.E. Le Maistre

30th July 2020 Connétable

Accounts 2020 Paroisse de Grouville 30072020.pdf preview.pdf

  
22/07/2020Jersey Office of the Information Commissioner ( JOIC)

​The Jersey Office of the Information Commissioner (JOIC) has seen an increase in enquiries to its office regarding the domestic use of Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) and is reminding Islanders CCTV should be used only as a last resort where other less intrusive approaches have failed or to address real and serious threats to individual health and safety or the protection of property.

If you have to use CCTV at home, follow the JOIC's top tips for best practice:

  1. Do you really need to use CCTV? Consider carefully the position of your cameras and why you are installing CCTV. Also consider what it is you are trying to capture or resolve.
  2. If your CCTV captures images of people outside the boundaries of your home, for example in neighbours' homes or gardens, shared spaces or on a public footpath or a street, then you will need to meet certain requirements of the Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2018.
  3. If your CCTV does capture images of people outside the boundaries of your home, then you are required to put up a sign in the area of the camera(s). The sign must:
  • Be clear, visible and readable.
  • Contain details of the purpose of the surveillance and who to contact about the recording.
  • Include contact details such as website address, telephone number or email address.
  1. If you have to use CCTV at home, preferably disable any audio facility.
  2. Remember, if your CCTV records only your property and your family, you do NOT need to comply with the Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2018 but if you install CCTV for other than a purely personal or domestic purpose (i.e. it captures images in public areas), you will be a data controller and will need to register with the Jersey Office of the Information Commissioner and comply with the law.

    To view relevant JOIC guidance, click the following links:

    CCTV at Home - https://www.jerseyoic.org/resource-room/surveillance-for-individuals/
    CCTV in the Workplace - https://www.jerseyoic.org/resource-room/surveillance-for-organisations/

    The JOIC team can be contacted via enquiries@jerseyoic.org or call the JOIC office on 01534 716530.
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