|29/10/2019||Please collect an application form or download from the Application form tab |
Paroisse de St. Pierre
Parish of St. Peter Life Long Homes
The Parish of St Peter invites applicants of the age of 60 years or over, wishing to be considered for one of their Life Long Homes.
The development known as Queen's Jubilee Homes, will soon have a vacancy for a tenant in one of our 2 bed, two shower room homes, open plan Kitchen and Lounge with under floor heating, patio garden, car port plus additional parking for second car.
The unit that is available is suited to a tenant with mobility difficulties.
No pets allowed
Previous applicants need to apply again.
Application forms are available from the Parish Office between 9.00am and 4.00pm Monday to Friday and MUST be returned by 08 November 2019, if they wish to be considered.
|14/10/2019||List opens 01/11/2019-Two dates to choose from|
Senior Citizens Christmas Lunch
The Connétable & Procureurs
Invite Senior Citizens of the Parish to a Christmas Lunch
At St Brelades Bay Hotel On:
Wednesday 11 December 2019
12.30 For 12.45 p.m.
Wednesday 18 December 2019
12.30 For 12.45pm.
The list to receive names for this event opens on 01 November 2019 and due to a limited amount of places available, names will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Please contact the Parish Hall on 481236 to book your place before 29 November 2019.
|19/09/2019||To All Parish land owners|
A Parish Plan Committee has been formed to provide input into the Island Plan Review on behalf of the parish.
The Committee is endeavouring to identify sites that may be suitable to build affordable housing. Some sites have already been brought to the attention of the committee. Any parishioners who would be willing to have land they own re-zoned for affordable housing are requested to get in touch.
For land to be considered as part of this process please respond by Friday 27 September 2019. The committee may not be able to take forward sites identified after this date.
In the first instance please provide in writing the name and location of the land together with any other relevant information as soon as possible to Connẻtable R P Vibert, St Peters Parish Hall, Rue des Fosses, St Peter JE3 7AH.
R P Vibert Connẻtable
W Dempsey Chairman Parish Plan Committee
|16/08/2019||St Peters permit dates for Fete du Noue|
Sundays 24 November and 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29 December 2019 are designated as special occasions (see the Shops (Regulation of Opening) (Special Occasions) (Jersey) Order 2015). This notice is to advise that the Connétable of each parish has issued a blanket permit for certain shops situated in that Parish to open as specified below.
It is a condition of a blanket permit that where a shop is one that is open on weekdays as well as on a Sunday, the commercial activities that are carried on at the shop pursuant to the permit shall be substantially the same as those carried on at the shop on weekdays.
Additional conditions may also be imposed and are set out below.
Subject to the condition shown above all shops with a retail sales area which does not exceed 700 square metres may open on any of the six Sundays.
Subject to the condition shown above and to the condition that traffic management arrangements are agreed with the Parish at least 7 days prior to the opening all shops with a retail sales area which exceeds 700 square metres may open on any of the six Sundays
|07/12/2018||You can now renew your licence online|
|14/02/2018||90 minute talk available|
Are you interested in understanding AED machines ? If so, St Johns Ambulance would like to offer a 90 minute session to members of the public so you can gain the understanding of these machines- please contact St Peters Parish Hall to state your interest so that going foward a session can be booked in at the parish hall. The office is contactable on 481236.
|24/02/2017||St Peters Parish Hall are looking for volunteers to establish a "Parish in Bloom " Team. If you are interested please contact the Parish Hall on 481236.|
|24/02/2017||If you speak Jerriais, then please come forward|
Jèrriais recording project
Hopefully many of our Jèrriais-speaking parishioners will be reading this! Some of you will be aware of the recent news that Dr. Mari Jones from Cambridge University, who is Reader in French Linguistics and Language Change (to give her formal title) is leading a project to record Jèrriais this spring/summer onwards. She has been a longstanding friend to Jersey with her great interest in Jèrriais, our native language, now only spoken by less than 5% of Jersey's population. Such has been her interest that she has learnt to speak Jèrriais, really quite fluently!
Starting in April, a team of recorders who themselves speak Jèrriais, want to hear from as many Jèrriais speakers as possible in order to record accent and vocabulary. There are words and phrases used in some parishes which are not used in other parishes! This may not sound very important, but if not recorded by native speakers, they are lost to the printed word only, nowhere nearly as valuable as the spoken word!
So, if you would be willing to have your Jèrriais recorded – it can be speaking to a friend who also speaks Jèrriais or just yourself – please contact Colin Ireson at L'Office du Jèrriais on 449290 or home 726871 to register your interest. Recording can last 10 minutes or half an hour, it's up to you!
Mèrcie bein des fais,
|25/04/2016||Public Meeting for First Time Buyers|
Please see the Minutes of Meetings page on the left side column of this website for full minutes of the Public meeting on 22/03/16
|25/06/2015||Next step for St Peters First Time Buyers Scheme|
To all applicants that are interested in St Peters First Time Buyer Homes Affordable in Perpetuity Project, if you are stilll interested in being considered for one of these properties, please log onto the www.gov.je website and look up the rentingbuying/applicationallocation link to complete the Affordable Housing Gateway application. Please return this to the Parish hall with all the necessary documents as stated on page 3 of this form