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Bridging Island Plan Debate to Begin Next Week

Mar 11, 2022


Next week’s States Meeting will commence at 9:30am on Monday 14 March. The entire meeting will be broadcast live via Public-I from the States Chamber.

States Members will debate the draft Bridging Island Plan (BIP). With a total of 93 amendments and 20 amendments to amendments, there are nine continuation days set aside for this meeting. The following topics will be debated (in this order):

 

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The draft Bridging Island Plan

The Minister for the Environment’s proposition, likely to be proposed (subject to no objections from States Members) as amended by*


Section 1: Strategic proposals and policies


Marine Spatial Plan

The Minister for the Environment’s 88th amendment and Senator Farnham’s amendment to the 88th amendment

National Marine Park

Senator Farnham’s 51st amendment and amendment to the 51st amendment

Les Quennevais development

Deputy Tadier’s 43rd amendment and the Minister for the Environment’s amendment to the 43rd amendment

Utilising renewable and recyclable construction materials

*Senator Moore’s 63rd amendment

Inclusion of disability and additional needs

*Deputy Gardiner’s 23rd amendment

St. Brelade’s Bay community participation

The Connétable of St. Brelade’s 59th amendment

Section 2: Places


Establishment of a Protected Coastal Area 

The Minister for the Environment’s 102nd amendment

Coastal National Park boundaries

The Deputy of St. Ouen’s 30th amendment

Removal of Field G252A from the Coastal National Park 

The Connétable of Grouville’s 52nd amendment

Sustainable Communities Fund

*The Minister for the Environment’s 100th amendment

Section 3: General development 


Road and driveway repair

*The Connétable of St. Brelade’s 46th amendment

Requirements for replacing buildings

Deputy Labey’s 82nd amendment

Disability inclusion – independent living

*Deputy Gardiner’s 22nd amendment

Buildings over five storeys

Senator Ferguson’s 48th amendment 

Buildings over eight storeys

Senator Gorst’s 65th amendment

Green backup zone and shoreline zone

The Minister for the Environment’s 87th amendment and the Connétable of St. Brelade’s amendment to the 87th amendment

St Brelade’s Bay development

The Connétable of St. Brelade’s 58th amendment

Section 4: Natural environment


In-ground trees, watercourses and water features

*The Connétable of St. Helier’s 13th amendment

Section 5: Historic environment


Historic environment policies

The Minister for the Environment’s 89th amendment and second amendment to the 89th amendment, and the Deputy of St. Peter’s amendment to the 89th amendment

Replacement of Policy HE1 (Protecting listed buildings and places)

Deputy Labey’s 74th amendment

Disability Inclusion – listed building accessibility 

*Deputy Gardiner’s 24th amendment

Double glazing of historic windows

The Deputy of St. Peter’s 14th amendment

Conservation areas

*Deputy Morel’s 39th amendment

Section 6: Economy 


Night-time economy

The Connétable of St. Brelade’s 45th amendment

Tourist economy and public amenities

The Connétable of St. Brelade’s 57th amendment and amendment to the 57th amendment

Amendments to Policy EV1 (Visitor accommodation)

The Connétable of St. Brelade’s 85th amendment and second amendment to the 85th amendment, and Senator Ferguson’s amendment to the 85th amendment

St. Brelade’s Bay Improvement Plan timeframe

Senator Pallett’s 19th amendment and Senator Ferguson’s amendment to the 19th amendment

St. Brelade’s Bay Improvement Plan

*The Connétable of St. Brelade’s 86th amendment

Employment land and warehouse space

Deputy Morel’s 38th amendment

Conservation or re-use of traditional farm buildings

Deputy Morel’s 28th amendment

Use of glasshouses for affordable housing

Senator Moore’s 61st amendment

Aquaculture growth

*Deputy Morel’s 37th amendment

Section 7: Housing


Overall housing supply 

The Minister for the Environment’s 90th amendment

Right-sizing 

*The Connétable of St. Brelade’s 44th amendment and the Minister for the Environment’s amendment to the 44th amendment

Delivery and construction of new homes 

*Senator Moore’s 75th amendment

Sites to be zoned for affordable homes

  • The Minister for the Environment’s 91st amendment;
  • Deputy Le Hegarat’s amendment to the 91st amendment;
  • The Connétable of St. John’s 4th and 5th amendment to the 91st amendment;
  • Deputy Le Hegarat’s 2nd  amendment to the 91st amendment; and
  • The Connetable of St. Saviour’s 3rd amendment to the 91st amendment

Removal of Field G392A from sites for affordable homes

The Deputy of Grouville’s 62nd amendment 

Removal of St. Helier fields from sites for affordable homes

Deputy Le Hegarat’s amendment

Removal of Field H1219 from sites for affordable homes

The Connétable of St. Helier’s 12th amendment

Rezoning Field H1219A for accessible homes

Deputy Ahier’s 78th amendment

Removal of Field MN410 from sites for affordable homes

The Deputy of St Martin’s 16th amendment

Removal of St. Saviour fields from sites for affordable homes

Deputy Lewis’ 2nd amendment

Use of Field P558 in sites for affordable homes

The Connétable of St. Peter’s 4th amendment

Use of Field L127 for affordable homes

Senator Pallett’s 18th amendment

Use of Field 559 for affordable homes

Senator Moore’s 40th amendment

Use of Field MY563 for affordable homes

The Connétable of St. Mary’s 49th amendment

Use of Field MY493 for affordable homes

The Connétable of St. Mary’s 50th amendment

Use of Grouville fields for affordable homes

Deputy Wickenden’s 67th amendment

Use of Field T1404 for affordable homes

Senator Pallett’s 68th amendment

Use of St. Peter fields for affordable homes

The Connétable of St. Peter’s 69th amendment

Use of Field G234 and adjacent land in sites for affordable homes

The Connétable of Grouville’s 70th amendment

Use of Field G355 for affordable homes 

The Deputy of St Martin’s 71st amendment

Use of Field G538A for affordable homes

The Deputy of St. Martin’s 72nd amendment

Use of Villa De L’Aube & Field P818 for affordable homes 

The Deputy of St. Peter’s 80th amendment

Affordable homes for first-time buyers

The Connétable of St. Saviour’s 29th amendment

Affordable homes on States’ owned land

Senator Mézec’s 41st amendment and the Minister for the Environment’s amendment to the 41st amendment

Restriction of Parish priority 

Deputy Gardiner’s 7th amendment

Future affordable housing

Senator Mézec’s 25th amendment and the Minister for the Environment’s amendment to the 25th amendment

Development of Tabor Park

*The Minister for the Environment’s 98th amendment

Use of Field MN489 for over-55’s homes

The Deputy of St Martin’s 17th amendment

Housing outside the built-up area

The Minister for the Environment’s 92nd amendment

Amendments to Policy H8 (Housing in the countryside), SP2 (Spatial strategy) and PL5 (Countryside, coast and marine environment)

Senator Moore’s 26th amendment

Section 8: Managing emissions


Reduction in target energy rate for large-scale developments

*The Minister for the Environment’s 93rd amendment

Removal of Passivhaus standards for affordable homes 

*The Environment, Housing and Infrastructure Scrutiny Panel’s 81st amendment

Section 9: Community infrastructure


Changes to education facilities 

The Minister for the Environment’s 94th amendment

Primary school sites in St. Helier and St. Saviour

Deputy Gardiner’s 6th amendment

Safeguarding of Jersey Gas site for education facilities 

Deputy Ward’s 8th amendment

Amendment to Policy CI2 (Healthcare facilities)

Senator Pallett’s 64th amendment

Amendment to Policy CI3 (Our Hospital and associated sites and infrastructure)

*Senator Moore’s 84th amendment

Amendment to Policy CI3

*Deputy Gardiner’s 79th amendment

Safeguarding of Nelson Street Car Park for a youth facility

Deputy Ward’s 10th amendment

Amendment to Policy CI5 (Sports, leisure and cultural facilities)

The Minister for the Environment’s 95th amendment

Green space at Springfield Stadium

*Deputy Ward’s 9th amendment

Use of Field MN727 for sports and leisure 

The Deputy of St. Martin’s 73rd amendment

Removal of Warwick Farm from areas safeguarded for open space

Deputy Morel’s 47th amendment

St. Helier Country Park

The Connétable of St. Helier’s 31st amendment

Rezoning of Field J371 for community use

The Connétable of St. John’s 33rd amendment

Removal of Field 630 from protected open space

The Connétable of St. Ouen’s 11th amendment

Corbière Walk as protected open space

*Deputy Truscott’s 15th amendment

Children’s play space

*Deputy Doublet’s 5th amendment

Play area proximity

Deputy Gardiner’s 3rd amendment

Public access to Waterworks Valley

*Deputy Morel’s 27th amendment

Section 10: Travel and transport


Travel and transport policies

The Minister for the Environment’s 96th amendment

Disability inclusion – active travel 

*Deputy Gardiner’s 21st amendment

Transport and parking

The Connétable of St. Helier’s 42nd amendment

Visitor parking

Deputy Maçon’s 76th amendment

Section 11: Minimising waste and environmental risk


Amendment to Policy WER4 (Land Reclamation)

*The Minister for the Environment’s 101st amendment

Section 12: Minerals extraction and solid waste disposal


Safeguarding Simon Sand and Gravel Quarry

The Minister for the Environment’s 97th amendment

La Gigoulande Quarry extension

Senator Moore’s 20th amendment

Air quality and quarrying

Deputy Morel’s 83rd amendment

Performance measures to assess scenic landscape and land loss

The Connétable of St. Brelade’s 60th amendment and amendment to the 60th amendment

Minor map changes

*The Minister for the Environment’s 99th amendment

The draft Bridging Island Plan, as amended


 

A notification when each debate begins, a summary of the proposal and the results of each debate will be shared on the States Assembly Twitter and Facebook pages throughout the meeting.

States of Jersey Press Release.

 

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