On 1st February 2021, a group of St Helier residents requested a Parish Assembly be held to consider the proposed hospital access road. The Requête, prepared by the residents, sets out the matters they are asking the Parish Assembly to consider.
Simon Crowcroft, Constable of St Helier, has been engaged in discussions on this matter with local residents and Government ministers for some time. He appreciates the concerns of those affected by the proposals, and the impact on the local neighbourhood and environment.
The Constable is pleased to facilitate a Parish Assembly to consider the matters set out in the Requête; this will take place both online and at the Town Hall at 7pm on Wednesday 10th February 2021.
As with any purchase or sale of Parish land, a further Parish Assembly will be called to consider any proposal received from the Government to acquire Parish land for the proposed access road.
In light of current Covid restrictions on gatherings, although the Parish Assembly will be held at the Town Hall, parishioners are requested, where possible, to take part online.
Parishioners wishing to attend the Assembly in person should contact the Parish Secretary on 811880 by 5pm on Monday 8th February, providing their name and address (spaces will be limited and reserved for those who are unable to attend online).
In order to vote, parishioners wishing to attend the Assembly online are asked to register in advance by contacting the Parish Secretary by 5pm on Tuesday 9th February 2021.
All those attending online or in person who are eligible to vote will be able to do so.
Full details of the Parish Assembly can be found at www.sthelier.je.
For more information, please contact Jason Turner, Chief Executive Officer, at email@example.com or 811820.