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Decision To Stop Jersey Infrastructure Levy Is The Right One, Says Ogier Construction Specialist
The States of Jersey's narrow decision to reject the proposed Jersey Infrastructure Levy is the right one, says Ogier construction law specialist Claire Smith.
Jersey
15 Dec 2017
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Change In Land Use Restrictions Takes Effect In Guernsey
Reforms to restrictions on the use of land in Guernsey that have come into effect this week are likely to lead to a more flexible and policy-led approach to changes of use...
Guernsey
12 Apr 2017
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A Planning Problem We Can All Agree On…
Coming just weeks after a fiercely contested Island Development Plan debate that saw lobbying on all sides, a whopping 23 amendments...
Guernsey
2 Dec 2016
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Construction Professionals Urge Caution On Guernsey Development Plan
Politicians have again been urged to support amendments to car parking and affordable housing proposals that the construction industry say will otherwise stop building activity and cost jobs.
Guernsey
13 Oct 2016
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Concerns Over Jersey Construction Regulations
New construction regulations forcing architects and designers to take on health and safety responsibilities for small building projects in Jersey could lead to increased costs and delays to projects...
Jersey
27 Sep 2016
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What Businesses Can Learn From The Great British Bake Off About Key Talent – The Ogier View
While social media boils over about the prospect of The GBBO minus at least three key ingredients, there is a serious message for businesses to consider about the value of key talent.
Jersey
26 Sep 2016
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Development To Go Ahead After Independent Review Gives Green Light
A major new development of 169 homes in St Helier has been given the go-ahead after Ogier Planning lawyer Claire Smith won an appeal against a decision by a panel of politicians to turn down the scheme.
Jersey
14 Sep 2016
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Major Private Sector Developments Show Confidence In Guernsey's Economy
Two private sector developments promising £370 million worth of investment in housing and the retail and leisure sectors demonstrate confidence in Guernsey's economy...
Guernsey
30 Aug 2016
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Caring About Guernsey's Future - Housing Dynamics And A Need For Housing Reform
Deputy Paul Luxon, Tony Rowbotham of Montagu Evans, Professor Christine Whitehead OBE and Ogier's Claire Smith formed the panel for yesterday's debate on ways to revive the property market in Guernsey.
Guernsey
7 Apr 2016
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Increase To Planning Appeal Fees In Jersey Reversed
The decision to triple the cost of a planning appeal from £400 to £1200 has been reversed by Minister for the Environment, Deputy Luce.
Jersey
6 Mar 2016
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Do I Need Planning Permission To Make Changes To My Home And Garden In Guernsey?
Not all development in Guernsey requires an application for planning permission.
Guernsey
31 Dec 2015
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