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28/07/2021RATE DEMANDS

2021 Rate Demands

Rate Demands for 2021 have now been sent to all St Ouen ratepayers.

Any ratepayer who has not received a rate demand should contact the Connétable immediately. By virtue of this Notice each ratepayer shall be taken to have received a demand for payment of rate and it shall not be an excuse for non-payment that it was not received.

A surcharge of 10% will be added to all amounts not paid by 4pm on Friday 5th November 2021.

Reminders will not be sent before the 10% surcharge is added.

Connétable Richard Buchanan                                                           

  
22/07/2021Change of day for collection

​The refuse collection for the 30th August will be collected on Tuesday 31st August.

  
13/07/2021Drop-In Information Session 19th July 2021 and Parish Assembly 21st July 2021

Parish to vote on joining household recycling scheme

On Wednesday, 21 July parishioners in St Ouen will be asked to vote on the introduction of a household recycling collection in the parish.

Eight out of twelve parishes already provide household recycling collections which allow residents to recycle paper, cardboard, plastic bottles and metal packaging from their doorstep. If the parishioners agree, St Ouen will be the ninth parish to take part in the scheme.

The Parish will hold an information drop-in session at St Ouen's Parish Hall on Monday, 19 July from 4pm to 7pm for parishioners to learn more about the proposed recycling collection and ask any questions directly to Connétable Richard Buchanan and a representative of the Government of Jersey's recycling team from the Department of Infrastructure, Housing and Environment.

Connétable Richard Buchanan said: "Now that restrictions allow, we can move forward with plans to make recycling easier for everyone in the Parish.  Although our recycling banks at the Parish Depot are popular, many parishioners are unable to use these facilities and it is important that everyone in St Ouen has the same opportunity to recycle.  I look forward to talking to parishioners about this at our drop-in session on the 19 July and to seeing as many parishioners as possible at the Parish Assembly where a vote will be taken."


Minister for Infrastructure, Deputy Kevin Lewis, said: "A household recycling collection in St Ouen brings us one step closer towards the aim of all Islanders having easy access to basic recycling.  I am delighted that the Parish of St Ouen is voting on this at the next Parish Assembly, and I am looking forward to helping residents reduce their waste and recycle more."

The St Ouen recycling collection drop-in information session is being held on Monday 19 July at the Parish Hall at 4pm – 7pm. The Parish Assembly is being held at the Parish Hall on Wednesday, 21 July at 8pm.

St Ouen's-Recycling-Drop-in.pdf

 

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28/07/2021RATE DEMANDS

2021 Rate Demands

Rate Demands for 2021 have now been sent to all St Ouen ratepayers.

Any ratepayer who has not received a rate demand should contact the Connétable immediately. By virtue of this Notice each ratepayer shall be taken to have received a demand for payment of rate and it shall not be an excuse for non-payment that it was not received.

A surcharge of 10% will be added to all amounts not paid by 4pm on Friday 5th November 2021.

Reminders will not be sent before the 10% surcharge is added.

Connétable Richard Buchanan                                                           

  
22/07/2021Change of day for collection

​The refuse collection for the 30th August will be collected on Tuesday 31st August.

  
13/07/2021Drop-In Information Session 19th July 2021 and Parish Assembly 21st July 2021

Parish to vote on joining household recycling scheme

On Wednesday, 21 July parishioners in St Ouen will be asked to vote on the introduction of a household recycling collection in the parish.

Eight out of twelve parishes already provide household recycling collections which allow residents to recycle paper, cardboard, plastic bottles and metal packaging from their doorstep. If the parishioners agree, St Ouen will be the ninth parish to take part in the scheme.

The Parish will hold an information drop-in session at St Ouen's Parish Hall on Monday, 19 July from 4pm to 7pm for parishioners to learn more about the proposed recycling collection and ask any questions directly to Connétable Richard Buchanan and a representative of the Government of Jersey's recycling team from the Department of Infrastructure, Housing and Environment.

Connétable Richard Buchanan said: "Now that restrictions allow, we can move forward with plans to make recycling easier for everyone in the Parish.  Although our recycling banks at the Parish Depot are popular, many parishioners are unable to use these facilities and it is important that everyone in St Ouen has the same opportunity to recycle.  I look forward to talking to parishioners about this at our drop-in session on the 19 July and to seeing as many parishioners as possible at the Parish Assembly where a vote will be taken."


Minister for Infrastructure, Deputy Kevin Lewis, said: "A household recycling collection in St Ouen brings us one step closer towards the aim of all Islanders having easy access to basic recycling.  I am delighted that the Parish of St Ouen is voting on this at the next Parish Assembly, and I am looking forward to helping residents reduce their waste and recycle more."

The St Ouen recycling collection drop-in information session is being held on Monday 19 July at the Parish Hall at 4pm – 7pm. The Parish Assembly is being held at the Parish Hall on Wednesday, 21 July at 8pm.

St Ouen's-Recycling-Drop-in.pdf

 

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