The Commandery of St John in the Bailiwick of Guernsey has bought the ambulance station on the Rohais.
The sale went through contract court earlier this week for £1.
It has been described as "nothing more than a paper exercise" but it does mean that the ambulance station is now fully owned locally for the first time ever.
Pictured: The sale went through court this week.
A spokesperson for the ambulance service explained that when St John was first formed in Guernsey there was not a local Commandery. That meant the Priory of England & the Islands held a legal interest in the property on the Rohais.
The sale of the property for £1 means that ownership of the ambulance station has now been legally transferred to the Commandery of St John in the Bailiwick of Guernsey.
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