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04/01/2021Renew by 31 January 2021

All dogs aged six months or more must be licenced each year under the Dogs (Jersey) Law 1961. A licence is not required for a dog kept and used solely by a blind person or a deaf person for their guidance.

Licences must be renewed by the end of January each year - the fee is £10 per dog. Late applications (received after 31 January) will incur a fee of £20 per dog.

Application forms are available from the Licences tab on this website however if the details are the same as last year, you simply need to contact the Parish Hall on 854724 and payment can be taken over the phone, you will not need to complete a new form. 

  
03/01/2021Closure

Due to the latest Covid -19 Government Guidelines

The Parish Hall is closed to the public but remains operational for administration purposes only.

We are available by telephone on 854724, email stclement@posc.gov.je or please post your queries through our letterbox.

Many of our services are also available online at

                        www.parish.gov.je

Our staff will do their utmost to assist you.

Thank you for your patience and stay safe.

  
14/12/2020Notice and Plan

An Assembly of the Principles and Electors of the Parish of St Clément (the Meeting) was held at the Parish Hall on Tuesday March 3, 2020 at 7pm.  At that assembly it was agreed that the roads known as Le Squez Road and School Road be extinguished in accordance with the Extinguishment of Roads (Jersey) Law 1972 (the Law) and both roads and associated responsibilities of ownership, control and maintenance be transferred to Andium Homes Limited. (see attached plan)

It was proposed that Le Squez and School Roads were regularly being used as 'rat runs' for vehicles leaving La Grande Route de St Clément to Rue du Maupertuis causing a nuisance to local residents.

It was agreed at the meeting that it was in the interests of residents to allow Andium Homes Limited to adopt, accept ownership and responsibility for both roads. Furthermore, Andium has pledged to manage illegal parking under the Removal of Vehicles (Private Land) (Jersey) Regulations 2016.

It is therefore our intention to apply for an order to extinguish both roads at the Royal Court on the 29th January 2021 at 10.00hrs (the date) and you have a right to attend on that day and be heard.

Under the terms of the Law, Andium must;

  • At least 28 days before the date of application to the Royal Court, give notice of its intention to apply for the order;
  • Post and keep posted throughout 14 days preceding the date, placard notices containing similar information; and
  • Publishing in the Jersey Gazette on at least 3 occasions in the 14 days preceding the date a notice containing similar information.


    As a result of this order Andium must accept the roads subject to any services which pass through them. All services will remain as present and all statutory undertakers having apparatus below, on or above the road have been duly notified. All legal rights in title and servitudes will remain unchanged.

    A plan detailing the road closures is attached below and will be on display on the Parish Hall during the months of December and January.

     Should you wish to discuss this matter further please contact me.

 

Leonard Norman      

Connétable  

email:        l.norman@gov.je           

 Le Squez, School Roads area.pdf

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04/01/2021Renew by 31 January 2021

All dogs aged six months or more must be licenced each year under the Dogs (Jersey) Law 1961. A licence is not required for a dog kept and used solely by a blind person or a deaf person for their guidance.

Licences must be renewed by the end of January each year - the fee is £10 per dog. Late applications (received after 31 January) will incur a fee of £20 per dog.

Application forms are available from the Licences tab on this website however if the details are the same as last year, you simply need to contact the Parish Hall on 854724 and payment can be taken over the phone, you will not need to complete a new form. 

  
03/01/2021Closure

Due to the latest Covid -19 Government Guidelines

The Parish Hall is closed to the public but remains operational for administration purposes only.

We are available by telephone on 854724, email stclement@posc.gov.je or please post your queries through our letterbox.

Many of our services are also available online at

                        www.parish.gov.je

Our staff will do their utmost to assist you.

Thank you for your patience and stay safe.

  
14/12/2020Notice and Plan

An Assembly of the Principles and Electors of the Parish of St Clément (the Meeting) was held at the Parish Hall on Tuesday March 3, 2020 at 7pm.  At that assembly it was agreed that the roads known as Le Squez Road and School Road be extinguished in accordance with the Extinguishment of Roads (Jersey) Law 1972 (the Law) and both roads and associated responsibilities of ownership, control and maintenance be transferred to Andium Homes Limited. (see attached plan)

It was proposed that Le Squez and School Roads were regularly being used as 'rat runs' for vehicles leaving La Grande Route de St Clément to Rue du Maupertuis causing a nuisance to local residents.

It was agreed at the meeting that it was in the interests of residents to allow Andium Homes Limited to adopt, accept ownership and responsibility for both roads. Furthermore, Andium has pledged to manage illegal parking under the Removal of Vehicles (Private Land) (Jersey) Regulations 2016.

It is therefore our intention to apply for an order to extinguish both roads at the Royal Court on the 29th January 2021 at 10.00hrs (the date) and you have a right to attend on that day and be heard.

Under the terms of the Law, Andium must;

  • At least 28 days before the date of application to the Royal Court, give notice of its intention to apply for the order;
  • Post and keep posted throughout 14 days preceding the date, placard notices containing similar information; and
  • Publishing in the Jersey Gazette on at least 3 occasions in the 14 days preceding the date a notice containing similar information.


    As a result of this order Andium must accept the roads subject to any services which pass through them. All services will remain as present and all statutory undertakers having apparatus below, on or above the road have been duly notified. All legal rights in title and servitudes will remain unchanged.

    A plan detailing the road closures is attached below and will be on display on the Parish Hall during the months of December and January.

     Should you wish to discuss this matter further please contact me.

 

Leonard Norman      

Connétable  

email:        l.norman@gov.je           

 Le Squez, School Roads area.pdf

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