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E&I to face the Scrutiny spotlight

E&I to face the Scrutiny spotlight

Saturday 24 February 2024

E&I to face the Scrutiny spotlight

Saturday 24 February 2024

The committee for Environment and Infrastructure will be facing questions from a Scrutiny panel on Tuesday afternoon.

It's part of the Scrutiny Management Committee's commitments to holding public hearings to assess what work our political representatives have been doing.

The Committee for Environment & Infrastructure is responsible for development and planning, agriculture, animal imports/exports, traffic and highways, the bus service, energy supplies, marine matters, and much more. 

The President of the Scrutiny Management Committee, Deputy Yvonne Burford, said on this occasion the questions are expected to focus on matters around housing and energy policy.

“This hearing with the Committee for Environment & Infrastructure will focus principally on the Committee’s areas for action such as housing and the energy policy. I welcome this opportunity to carefully examine the progress made to date,” she said.

Deputy Lindsay de Sausmarez is E&I President, with Deputy Adrian Gabriel vice-President. Deputies Andy Cameron, Simon Fairclough, and Aidan Matthews also sit on the committee along with non-States members Jane Niles and Mark Palfrey.

A representative panel from E&I will face questions from Scrutiny Chair Deputy Burford and deputies Andrea Dudley-Owen and Sasha Kazantseva-Miller at the Castel Douzaine Room, between 14:30 and 16:30 on Tuesday 27 February.

The hearing is open to the public to observe only, and it will be streamed online via the States of Guernsey's YouTube channel.

Pictured: Deputy Lindsay de Sausmarez, and (clockwise from top right) Deputies Adrian Gabriel, Andy Cameron, Simon Fairclough, and Aidan Matthews. 

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