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Please note our new office hours from 2 January 2019 will be 8.45am to 3.45pm Monday to Friday

  
  
  
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13/12/2018Growth, Housing & Infrastructure have a new recycling database

​The Recycling Finder database can be found at www.gov.je/recycling Customers can search to find out what to do with unwanted household items and waste.

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
  
07/12/2018Does your Driving Licence expire soon?

How long have you been driving?

Have you held a Jersey driving licence since at least 1994?

If so, you could be one of the 30,000 in Jersey whose driving licence is due to expire between October 2018 and February 2019.

This "bulk renewal" is a remnant from when all driving licences expired at the same date. It happens every 10 years and still affects 1 in 3 of us who hold a Jersey driving licence.

The expiry date is shown in column 11 on the reverse of the licence. Do check the date for each category of vehicle as the dates may vary.

All applications will be dealt with in the date order received. You can only apply to renew your driving licence in the 3 months before the expiry date.

To avoid a delay in receiving your new licence, we recommend you apply as follows –

Licence expiry date                             Submit your application to renew      

Expiry in January 1-9, 2019                Renew in October 1-15, 2018

Expiry in January 10-16, 2019            Renew in October 16-30, 2018

Expiry in January 17-25, 2019            Renew in November 1-15, 2018

Expiry in January 26-31, 2019            Renew in November 16-30, 2018

Expiry in February 2019                     Renew in December - February 2019

Applications can be made online through the parish websites (parish.gov.je 'Do It Online')https://services.parish.gov.je/DrivingLicence/Entry/Renew  or by completing the paper application form available from your Parish Hall.

You will need the following to make an application –

  • One photograph taken in the last 6 months which meets the criteria (as with a passport style)
  • Payment of £50 for a 10-year licence
  • If your name has changed since your last licence was issued (for example marriage, etc.) then you must submit the relevant documents (in this case a marriage certificate)

So, make a note on your calendar and submit your application in good time to avoid a delay in the issue of your new licence.

Remember that you must not drive if your licence has expired. Your vehicle insurance may also be invalid if you drive on an expired licence.  

  
01/12/2018Please note the changes to refuse collection during the festive period.

​Refuse due to be collected on Christmas day will instead be collected on Saturday 22nd December.

Refuse will be collected as normal on Boxing Day.

Refuse due to be collected on New Years Day will instead be collected on Saturday 29th December.

Please ensure your refuse is available for collection early as times may vary during this period.

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158Ceremonial rehearsal of Cannons
18/12/2018Advance warning of cannon fire
156Christmas Eve at St Saviour's Church
24/12/2018Service at 4pm & 11pm
157Christmas Day At St Saviour's Church
25/12/20188am and 10am Services
  
  
  
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Page Content
  
13/12/2018Growth, Housing & Infrastructure have a new recycling database

​The Recycling Finder database can be found at www.gov.je/recycling Customers can search to find out what to do with unwanted household items and waste.

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
  
07/12/2018Does your Driving Licence expire soon?

How long have you been driving?

Have you held a Jersey driving licence since at least 1994?

If so, you could be one of the 30,000 in Jersey whose driving licence is due to expire between October 2018 and February 2019.

This "bulk renewal" is a remnant from when all driving licences expired at the same date. It happens every 10 years and still affects 1 in 3 of us who hold a Jersey driving licence.

The expiry date is shown in column 11 on the reverse of the licence. Do check the date for each category of vehicle as the dates may vary.

All applications will be dealt with in the date order received. You can only apply to renew your driving licence in the 3 months before the expiry date.

To avoid a delay in receiving your new licence, we recommend you apply as follows –

Licence expiry date                             Submit your application to renew      

Expiry in January 1-9, 2019                Renew in October 1-15, 2018

Expiry in January 10-16, 2019            Renew in October 16-30, 2018

Expiry in January 17-25, 2019            Renew in November 1-15, 2018

Expiry in January 26-31, 2019            Renew in November 16-30, 2018

Expiry in February 2019                     Renew in December - February 2019

Applications can be made online through the parish websites (parish.gov.je 'Do It Online')https://services.parish.gov.je/DrivingLicence/Entry/Renew  or by completing the paper application form available from your Parish Hall.

You will need the following to make an application –

  • One photograph taken in the last 6 months which meets the criteria (as with a passport style)
  • Payment of £50 for a 10-year licence
  • If your name has changed since your last licence was issued (for example marriage, etc.) then you must submit the relevant documents (in this case a marriage certificate)

So, make a note on your calendar and submit your application in good time to avoid a delay in the issue of your new licence.

Remember that you must not drive if your licence has expired. Your vehicle insurance may also be invalid if you drive on an expired licence.  

  
01/12/2018Please note the changes to refuse collection during the festive period.

​Refuse due to be collected on Christmas day will instead be collected on Saturday 22nd December.

Refuse will be collected as normal on Boxing Day.

Refuse due to be collected on New Years Day will instead be collected on Saturday 29th December.

Please ensure your refuse is available for collection early as times may vary during this period.

1 - 3Next
  
  
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158Ceremonial rehearsal of Cannons
18/12/2018Advance warning of cannon fire
156Christmas Eve at St Saviour's Church
24/12/2018Service at 4pm & 11pm
157Christmas Day At St Saviour's Church
25/12/20188am and 10am Services