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10/10/2017Parish Speed Limit Proposals

​Over the last year or so the St Brelade Roads Committee have been carrying out a review of all speed limits in St Brelade on both States and Parish administered roads.

Both the Committee and the Roads Committee had been contacted by several parishioners in regards to the speed limit on specific roads but the Committee took the decision to look at parish speed limits in an holistic way rather than individually, based both on standardised criteria set out by the Department for Infrastructure (DfI) and knowledge that the Committee have of all the roads within the Parish.

The review was completed recently and the view of the Roads Committee was that all parishioners should have the opportunity to comment on proposals before they are presented to the Minister for Infrastructure.  A Parish Assembly was held on Wednesday 30 November 2016 at which the proposals were approved.

Connetable Steve Pallett said "It has to be wrong that our small parish by-roads have an unrealistic speed limit of 40mph.  The Parish Roads Committee have, I believe, assessed all Parish roads based on both local knowledge and guidelines laid down by the Minister.  I hope that parishioners will support the Roads Committee in making St Brelade a safer place to live and work."

Speed Limit Schedule.pdf

Current Speed Map.pdf

Proposed Speed Map.pdf

  
03/10/201710% Surcharge added to late payments on 17 October

​As of 4.00pm on 16 October 2017 the three months will have passed during which time Ratepayers were required to clear their Rates Demands.  10% will be added to all outstanding payments as of 4.00pm on 16 October 2017.

You are advised that payments can be made by cash, cheque, debit card (not credit card), online or by internet banking.

More people this year have taken up the opportunity to set up a standing order to pay the demand monthly in advance.  If you wish to set up a standing order to start paying off next years Rates Demand by making more manageable payments then please contact the Parish Hall on 741141 for more information.

  
02/10/2017Advanced Warning of Tree Felling

​The large tree situated between the Parish Hall and the Boat House is unfortunately at the end of its life and for safety reasons is due to be felled by the Department for Infrastructure this week.

The tree was hit by the storms several years ago which resulted in dangerous branches and meant that it needed to be pollarded.  Unfortunately following the pollarding it caught a secondary disease which has caused massive decay at the base of the tree and several other large branches have fallen more recently.

The base of the tree will be stump grinded and it is planned to plant another tree in its place at the beginning of next year.

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10/10/2017Parish Speed Limit Proposals

​Over the last year or so the St Brelade Roads Committee have been carrying out a review of all speed limits in St Brelade on both States and Parish administered roads.

Both the Committee and the Roads Committee had been contacted by several parishioners in regards to the speed limit on specific roads but the Committee took the decision to look at parish speed limits in an holistic way rather than individually, based both on standardised criteria set out by the Department for Infrastructure (DfI) and knowledge that the Committee have of all the roads within the Parish.

The review was completed recently and the view of the Roads Committee was that all parishioners should have the opportunity to comment on proposals before they are presented to the Minister for Infrastructure.  A Parish Assembly was held on Wednesday 30 November 2016 at which the proposals were approved.

Connetable Steve Pallett said "It has to be wrong that our small parish by-roads have an unrealistic speed limit of 40mph.  The Parish Roads Committee have, I believe, assessed all Parish roads based on both local knowledge and guidelines laid down by the Minister.  I hope that parishioners will support the Roads Committee in making St Brelade a safer place to live and work."

Speed Limit Schedule.pdf

Current Speed Map.pdf

Proposed Speed Map.pdf

  
03/10/201710% Surcharge added to late payments on 17 October

​As of 4.00pm on 16 October 2017 the three months will have passed during which time Ratepayers were required to clear their Rates Demands.  10% will be added to all outstanding payments as of 4.00pm on 16 October 2017.

You are advised that payments can be made by cash, cheque, debit card (not credit card), online or by internet banking.

More people this year have taken up the opportunity to set up a standing order to pay the demand monthly in advance.  If you wish to set up a standing order to start paying off next years Rates Demand by making more manageable payments then please contact the Parish Hall on 741141 for more information.

  
02/10/2017Advanced Warning of Tree Felling

​The large tree situated between the Parish Hall and the Boat House is unfortunately at the end of its life and for safety reasons is due to be felled by the Department for Infrastructure this week.

The tree was hit by the storms several years ago which resulted in dangerous branches and meant that it needed to be pollarded.  Unfortunately following the pollarding it caught a secondary disease which has caused massive decay at the base of the tree and several other large branches have fallen more recently.

The base of the tree will be stump grinded and it is planned to plant another tree in its place at the beginning of next year.

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