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File of correspondence of the President of the Policy and Resources Committee relating to: Internet betting, the fight against money laundering, a Jersey Mineral Study visit to Kent, an encyclopaedia of Jersey law, a meeting with the Advisory and Conciliatory Service (ACAS), the Waterfront hotel, car parking, the Clothier Review, the public affairs programme, Airport charges, income support, fisheries, the General Hospital Renal Unit, COGEMA at Cap de la Hague, tourism bed losses, inflation, nuclear issues, the capital development of Church schools, aid, tax and defence, funding for Le Rocquier and Hautlier Schools, housing, population, the development of Fort Regent, the proposal for a Jersey Botanic Garden, and legislation
Date: 15 February 2000 - 28 April 2000
File of correspondence of the President of the Policy and Resources Committee relating to: nuclear issues, the Parr Inflation Report, planning applications, harmful tax competition, landing fees, milk, fisheries, the Waterfront leisure complex, e-commerce, telecommunications, schools, Jersey Consumer Council, cut flowers, Airport duty free facilities, a possible Standard & Poors rating for Jersey, the States of Jersey Website, outsourcing, the Financial Action Tax Force, Jersey Oxfam Group, Internet betting, the Island Plan review, and auditing
Date: 1 May 2000 - 30 June 2000
File of correspondence of the President of the Policy and Resources Committee relating to: fisheries, harmful tax competition, the Waterfront Enterprise Board (WEB), Jersey's constitutional position, milk, the capital programme, electoral registration, economic consultancy support, the Compulsory Purchase Law review, the British Irish Inter Parliamentary Body, bus services, Sark's representation at inter island meetings, the Commonwealth Finance Minister's Meeting, tourism media coverage, the Maison de Jersey, the United Nations Global Programme Against Money Laundering, Age Concern, planning applications, the Joint Financial Crime Unit, and the Committee of Inquiry into Building Costs
Date: 3 July 2000 - 31 August 2000
File of correspondence of the President of the Policy and Resources Committee relating to: the Human Rights (Jersey) Law 2000, Age Concern, planning applications, Internet betting, Mont Orgueil, average earnings, tourism, Belle Vue Housing Estate, the Waterfront, duty free, the Financial Services Extension (Jersey) Law, fisheries, the British Irish Council, the Commonwealth, building costs, security commissions, employment legislation, harmful tax competition, and the Icelandic Savings Bank
Date: 10 July 2000 - 31 October 2000
File of correspondence of the President of the Policy and Resources Committee relating to: the European Union taxation package, the Jersey Competition Regulatory Authority (JCRA), a Tourism service review, the Northern Ireland Executive, the Census Regulations 2001, outsourcing, fisheries, exchange of information and the European Convention on Human Rights, the Finance (Jersey) Law 1998, housing, a French strategy, the Jersey Air Passengers Association, television licences, the Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering, the abolition of mortgage interest tax relief, the Franchise Working Party, the Economic Policy Advisory Group, ports, the States of Jersey Internet site, the Jersey Battle of Flowers Association, a possible reed bed at the Airport, population policy, and the British Irish Council
Date: 20 October 2000 - 19 December 2000
File of correspondence of the President of the Policy and Resources Committee relating to: an Island wide duty free scheme, Plémont, the Finance (Jersey) Law, the Millennium Youth Parliament, harmful tax, housing, economic consultancy, machinery of government, staff shortages in the finance industry, the British Irish Parliamentary Body, inter island cooperation, the Clothier Report, Central European Time, the future funding requirements for health care, and the British Irish Council
Date: 20 December 2000 - 30 January 2001
File of correspondence of the President of the Policy and Resources Committee relating to: the machinery of government, the Clothier Report consultation process, identity cards, the Finance (Jersey) Law 1998, the visit of Her Majesty the Queen, Switzerland's relationship with the European Union, the information and communication technology (ICT) strategy for the Education Service, Internet betting, the eradication of poverty, the Jersey Child Care Trust, and the Overseas Aid Programme
Date: 1 February 2001 - 28 February 2001
File of correspondence of the President of the Policy and Resources Committee relating to: the machinery of government, the Clothier Report consultation process, immigration, housing, an Island wide tobacco strategy, human rights, the Senior Citizens Health Benefits Scheme, radar speed detectors, the compulsory wearing of cycle helmets, the calculated cost of possible foot and mouth disease to Jersey Dairy, Jersey Youth Assembly, the strategic reserve fund, the Cayman Islands, taxation revenue, online gambling, a visit by Inland Revenue and Treasury officials, the British Irish Inter Parliamentary Body, the proposed new Police headquarters, the carriage of freight between Jersey and St Malo, and fisheries
Date: 1 March 2001 - 28 April 2001
File of correspondence of the President of the Policy and Resources Committee relating to: franchise law, Internet betting, affordable housing, St Michaels School, the Clothier debate, marketing, the Low Income Support Working Group, health funding, harmful tax competition, the Jersey Finance Industry Association, the States capital programme, bus services, Jersey's e-business strategy, and the Channel Islands Political Association. Also includes a copy of an Address to the States on Liberation Day, and newspaper articles
Date: 27 April 2001 - 31 May 2001
File of correspondence of the President of the Policy and Resources Committee relating to: the machinery of government, a visit by Aland Islanders, taxation, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the Airport duty free shop, the launch of Genuine Jersey, the dairy industry, the British-Irish Inter-Parliamentary Body, the German Forced Labour Compensation Fund, Hautlieu School, human rights, a visit by Lord Chancellor's Department, building costs, Les Iles Normandes, the Waterfront, the proposed Fisheries licensing system, the legislation programme, fiscal strategy, population policy, a visit by the Swedish Ministry of Finance, Andorra, the Island Plan, the Community Relations Trust, and work permits
Date: 1 June 2001 - 23 July 2001
File of correspondence of the President of the Policy and Resources Committee relating to: bus service tenders, fisheries, the machinery of government, the National Lottery, poverty indicators, harmful tax competition, a possible Standard and Poors Sovereign listing for Jersey, requirements for economic statistics, Clipper 2000, an immigration appeal, a French Parliamentary delegation, auditing, Parish rates, the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association conference to mark the Golden Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, a meeting of Commonwealth Finance Ministers, the Jersey Information Society Commission, and Select Committees
Date: 2 August 2001 - 14 September 2001
File of correspondence of the President of the Policy and Resources Committee relating to: outsourcing, requirements for economic statistics, the Clothier debate, overseas territories, bus services, low income support, war and terrorism third party liability cover for Aurigny, swimming facilities, population policy, the United Nations Convention on the Suppression of Terrorist Funding, transitional arrangements for the machinery of government, culture heritage and arts, the Criminal Justice (International) Co-operation (Jersey) Law 2001, the Jersey potato export marketing scheme, the Jersey Post Office, the Waste Management Law, emergency planning, saving the agile frog from extinction, and employment tribunals. Also includes the report of the Medical Officer of Health on the West of Albert Pier reclamation site
Date: 1 September 2001 - 21 November 2001
File of correspondence of the President of the Policy and Resources Committee relating to: the machinery of government implementation plan, culture, public transport infrastructure, the British-Irish Council, planning applications, United Kingdom taxation measures, the painting of the visit of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the Jersey potato export market scheme legislation, the European Union taxation package, population policy, Plémont, the International Criminal Court, employment tribunals, the relationship between the Parishes and the new Executive, income support, the Battle of Flowers Association, the British-Irish Parliamentary Body, Jersey Airport, and auditing
Date: 2 November 2001 - 27 March 2002
File of correspondence of the President of the Policy and Resources Committee relating to: the proposed Race Discrimination (Jersey) Law, the United Kingdom (UK) Treasury, the European Union taxation package, Limited Liability Partnerships, the Jersey potato export marketing scheme, the Airport duty free scheme, population policy, machinery of government, the British-Irish Council, freedom of expression, St Aubin, the island plan, affordable housing, the Social Policy Strategy Group, and the States resource plan. Also includes a tribute to the late Queen Mother, an address to the Digital Divide Conference, and a newspaper article
Date: 2 April 2002 - 9 December 2002
Image of members of the public asking Deputy Pierre François Horsfall questions during a surgery at Le Squez School in St Clement.
Photographer: Ron Mayne
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1976/140
Date: 19 January 1976
Images of Senator Pierre Horsfall, with four other members of the Island Development Committee, attending a meeting with two other officials. The President of the Committee, Senator Horsfall, is pictured in images A to C, and image D and E (third from left). Seated fourth from left is Deputy Norman Stuart Le Brocq of St. Helier Number Three district; thought to be seated third from right is Deputy L E Le Ruez of St. Mary; seated second from right is Constable of St. Mary, Philip Alfred Le Feuvre; seated right is Deputy Iris Le Feuvre of St. Lawrence (in all cases, see images D to E). Jersey Evening Post
Photographer: Peter Mourant
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/2747.
Date: 9 January 1980
Images of the Lieutenant Governor, Sir Peter Whiteley, and his wife, Lady Nancy Whiteley, visiting the Island Development Committee offices at South Hill. Members of the Island Development Committee, including the president of the committee, Senator Pierre Horsfall, and Deputy of St. Lawrence, Iris Le Feuvre. For the Lieutenant Governor, see images A and D (left); images B, C and N (second from left); images E and G (second from right); images F, H, K, L, M and O (third from right); image I (third form left); and images J and P to R (fourth from right). For Lady Whiteley, see images A, J, K, and P to R (second from left); images B, C, F, H, L and M (third from left); image E (left); images G and N (fourth from left); and image O (fourth from right). For Senator Horsfall, see images A, I, J and P to R (third from right); images B, C and H (second from right); and images F, G, K and O (right). For Deputy Le Feuvre, see image H (right); and images I, J, and P to R (second from right). Jersey Evening Post
Photographer: Ron Mayne
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/3157.
Date: 25 February 1980
Images of members of the States of Jersey and other island officials walking from the States Building to the Town Church ahead of Senator Cyril Le Marquand's Memorial Service. Pictured in these images include: the Lieutenant Governor, Sir Peter Whiteley; the Bailiff, Sir Frank Ereaut; the Deputy Bailiff, Peter Crill; Attorney General, Vernon Amy Tomes; the Dean of Jersey, Reverend Thomas Ashworth Goss; Senator John Riley; Senator Dick Shenton, Senator Ralph Vibert; Senator Bill Morvan; Senator Gwyneth Huelin; Senator John Averty; Senator John de Carteret; Senator Pierre Horsfall; Constable of St. Clement, Ernest Watson; Constable of St. Peter, Winter Philip Le Marquand; Constable of St. Brelade, Maxwell John De La Haye; Constable of Trinity, John Dorey Richardson; Constable of St. Helier, Peter Gorton Baker; Constable of St. Martin, George Rive Le Masurier; Constable of St. Mary, Alfred Philip Le Feuvre; Constable of Grouville, Charles Alan Le Maistre; Constable of St. John, John Le Sueur; Deputy Clarence Dupré; Deputy Jean Le Maistre; Deputy Terry Le Main; Deputy John Rothwell; Deputy Iris Le Feuvre; Deputy Ann Baal; and Deputy E. C. Quenault. For more images from Cyril Le Marquand's Memorial Service, see L/A/75/A3/5/3400B. Jersey Evening Post
Photographer: Peter Mourant and Glenn Rankine
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/3400A.
Date: 18 March 1980
Images of the children of local glasshouse growers presenting flowers to States members outside the States Building in the Royal Square ahead of a sitting of the States Assembly during which a plan of aid for the industry was put forward by Senator Dick Shenton. Includes images of Emma Jane Vautier, accompanied by Lynsey Perchard and Mandy Le Mottée, presenting a carnation to Deputy Enid Quénault [A-B], and Deputy Arthur Carter accepting a carnation from Emma Jane Vautier watched by her sister Deborah and Mandy Le Mottée [M-Q] [from JEP 07/04/1981 p 2]. Other States Members pictured receiving flowers are Deputy Norman Le Brocq [E], Senator Gwyneth Huelin [F, L], Deputy Philip Mourant [G-H], Senator Pierre Horsfall [I-J] and Senator John Averty [K].
Photographer: Glenn Rankine
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1981/7137.
Date: 7 April 1981