|23/08/2019||Parish Hall will be closed on Friday 23rd August|
Parish of St. Saviour
Notice of office closure for administrative services only
Please be advised that the administration office at St. Saviour's Parish Hall will be closed on Friday 23 August 2019 in order to carry out of essential refurbishment to back office areas and IT systems.
Services to Roads, Refuse and Honorary Police will not be affected.
Sadie Le Sueur-Rennard
|08/08/2019||The Parish Hall will close at 12pm on Thursday 8th August|
As previous years the public office will close at 12pm on the afternoon of The Battle of Flowers.
|31/07/2019||Available to view at the Parish Hall|
The Le Catillon coin hoard is available to view at the Parish Hall Monday to Friday 9am to 3.15pm for the month of July.
|10/07/2019||Living costs and household income survey|
Statistics Jersey would like to inform The Parish of St Saviour and its residents that Statistics Jersey interviewers could be calling on households throughout the Island for the next 12 months.
Please see link below for more information
|09/07/2019||A consultation will take place at the Parish Hall from 4.30pm to 6.30pm|
Road Safety Action Plan 2017
The Growth, Housing and Environment Department is looking forward to working with parishioners of St Saviours as they are consulted on their views about proposed revisions to Parish speed limits.
This work follows on from that already undertaken in St Brelade, Grouville, parts of St Helier and St Lawrence, to review speed limits following an island wide framework.
The framework was developed in 2016 and agreed with Parishes and the States of Jersey as part of the Road Safety Action Plan 2017.
It sets out to standardise speed limits across Jersey, whilst retaining flexibility to cope with the needs of each Parish. One of the key aims is to reduce the "chopping and changing" of short speed limits which is known to cause confusion.
The following date has now been set for a public consultation meeting, to be held at the Parish Hall.
Public Consultation Meeting at St Saviours Parish Hall
Tuesday 9 July from 4:30pm to 6:30pm
The consultation process will be managed by officers from the Department, who, having worked with the Constable and Roads Committee, will share some ideas for suggested changes to speed limits, consideration having been given to the need to protect vulnerable road users and where there are clear road safety benefits.
It is important to hear the opinions of as many people as possible before any final recommendations for change are made, so you are encouraged to come along and have your say.
At the consultation meeting, full details of the current speed limits and any proposed changes will be available and officers will be on hand to answer any questions that you may have.
You will be asked to complete a questionnaire which will then be analysed by the Department. Based upon that analysis, final recommendations for change to any speed limit will be made to the Roads Committee. A Parish Assembly will then be called at which the proposed changes will be considered. Any approved requests for changes will be made to the Minister, who makes the final decision on any change to speed limits around the Island (including on Parish roads).
Speed Limit Review 2019 PoSS 01.07.2019.pdf
Speed limit review questionnaire.pdf
|12/06/2019||Urgent work to start Monday 17th June|
Urgent work to rebuild an 85-year-old sewage chamber underneath the roundabout at Five Oaks will affect traffic in the area for up to three weeks.
From Monday 17 June, road users will not be able to access the roundabout from La Grande Route de St Martin, nor exit the roundabout on to Princes Tower Road.
The damaged sewage chamber, which is 3.5 metres deep and was originally constructed in the 1930s, has five inlet pipes that take the majority of the foul sewage from around 1,700 properties in the northeast of Jersey. The chamber is at risk of collapsing, which could have a significant impact on the island's sewerage system and the environment.
Growth, Housing and Environment's drainage team have placed cones on the roundabout to keep vehicles away from the chamber, which was inspected as part of the upcoming resurfacing project along La Grande Route de St Martin – planned for the school summer holidays. Engineers discovered that the chamber was at risk of collapse as a result of bio-chemical erosion.
Although the roundabout will close for resurfacing in September, engineers have decided to rebuild the chamber as soon as possible.
Principal Engineer Andy Downie said: "We understand that undertaking major roadworks during school term will cause disruption and delay, however the work is extremely urgent. We apologise for the disruption and hope road users will be patient and plan extra time for their journeys while this vital work is carried out."
Road users on La Grande Route de St Martin will be able to travel as far as the entrance to Morrison's garage. The main diversion route for southbound traffic will be via La Hougue Bie. Motorists wishing to access Princes Tower Road from St Saviour's Hill and Bagatelle Road will be diverted via La Grande Route de St Martin and Rue du Trot.
Buses will follow the diversion routes, with some stops temporarily suspended. Up-to-date information will be available on the Liberty Bus website. Access to all businesses and premises in the area will be maintained, however this may be via the diversion routes.
Traffic diversions will remain in place for the duration of the work, which, due to its urgency, will continue over the weekends to minimise the length of disruption. Working hours are Monday to Saturday 8am to 6pm and Sunday 9am to 5pm.
Please see the following maps attached
Five Oaks Roundabout_Drainage Work_Traffic Management_June 17_POSS.pdf
Five Oaks roundabout closure.pdf
|10/06/2019||The dates are now set for the June and September Branchages|
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|17/05/2019||Road resurfacing has commenced on the above road.|
Growth, Housing and Environment have commenced their resurfacing programme for Grande Route de St Martin. They will be holding drop in sessions to meet the team and find out more at Morrisons, Five Oaks on 23rd May at 9am-12pm & 5.30pm & 8.30pm. Please click on this link for more detailed information Grande Route de St Martin.pdf
|17/05/2019||The 2019 Parish Rate List will shortly be available for inspection.|
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Rates List of the above Parish may be inspected at the Parish Hall from Tuesday 28 May to Friday 14 June 2019, (Saturdays, Sundays & Bank Holidays excluded), from 9.15 am to 3.15 pm.
Members of the Assessment Committee will be in attendance at the Parish Hall to answer any questions relating to assessments on Thursday 6 June from 7.30pm to 9.00pm and Friday 7 June from 2.30pm to 4.00pm.
An application may be made to the Assessment Committee for a Review of the proposed rateable value of any area of land shown on the Rates List. An Application for Review-
1. Should be made on the approved form (available from the Parish Hall or on www.parish.gov.je)
2. Must state the name of other land in the Island with similar attributes where there is significant difference (10% of the proposed rateable value of the land in question or 500 rateable quarters, whichever is the greater), and
3. If requesting a Review of the assessment of Domestic/Non Domestic must provide details of the current use of the property, and
4. Must be made on or before Friday 14 June to the Assessment Committee at the Parish Hall, St. Saviour, JE2 7LF.
An appeal against a draft assessment may only be made after a Review has been undertaken.
Notice is also given that, in accordance with Article 11 of the Rates (Jersey) Law 2005, once the Rates List has been approved by the Supervisory Committee it becomes the Rate List of the Parish for that rateable year.
|26/04/2019||Could you be a relative?|
Reverend Peter Dyson, the Rector of St Saviour, with the help of local historians, has discovered 100 graves of Waterloo and Peninsular War Veterans in St Saviour's Church Cemetery. This is thought to be the largest number of veterans graves in one place in the UK. A memorial service unveiling a plaque in remembrance of these men will take place in late 2020. Reverend Dyson would like to invite relations of these veterans. Below is an attachment with a list of those men discovered. If you are a relation, Reverend Dyson would love to hear from you. He can be contacted on 01534 736679 or email@example.com. Waterloo and Peninsular war names.xls
|17/04/2019||Please see below for holiday arrangements.|
Monday 6th May, Thursday 9th May and Monday 27th May, refuse will be collected as normal. Glass due to be collected Monday 6th May will instead be collected a week later on Monday 13th May. Please be aware the times of collection on these days may differ to your usual time.
|12/04/2019||Please click on the link below |
|15/03/2019||Click on the link below to find your refuse & glass collection day|
If you would like to know which day refuse and glass is collected in your area, please click on this link PDF Website rounds.pdf Control F on the document and type in your road for an easy search. PLEASE NOTE THAT MONTHLY GLASS IS COLLECTED DURING THE FIRST WEEK OF EACH MONTH. If your have any queries regarding refuse or glass collections please call the Parish Depot on 730760 and leave a message.
|13/12/2018||Growth, Housing & Infrastructure have a new recycling database|
www.gov.je/recycling Customers can search to find out what to do with unwanted household items and waste.
The Recycling Finder database can be found at
The Recycling Finder provides the following information:
- Advises if the item may be suitable for recycling
- Provides recycling / disposal advice
- Lists the facilities where the item can be taken
- Explains if the item may be suitable for reuse
|05/10/2018||Please note these important changes to your glass collections|
Please ensure you only recycle glass in your glass bin. Items such as lids, corks, caps and metal rings and neck cuffs must be removed from bottles and jars. You can leave paper labels but any metalic items must be removed. Failure to do so may result in your glass bin not being collected. Please contact the Parish Hall on 735864 if you are unsure of any items.
|23/02/2018||Would you like to help in your community?|