Grey water capture systems (FOI)
Grey water capture systems (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by Government of Jersey and published on 15 October 2020.
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How many grey water capture systems have been installed on publicly owned buildings in the last 5 years?
How many grey water capture systems have been installed on social housing developments in the last 5 years?
How many grey water capture systems have been installed by private individuals in the last 5 years?
Infrastructure, Housing and Environment (IHE) have been instrumental in the installation of two grey water harvesting systems in Government of Jersey developments within the last five years. (Les Quennevais School and the new Police Headquarters). We do not however have a database of the activity of other departments.
Whilst planning and building permissions are generally required to install grey-water systems our database is not configured in a way that will allow us to extract this information. A manual search of our records would be required, and we estimate that it will take us in excess of 12.5 working hours to locate and retrieve the data in reference to your request. This part of your request will therefore not be processed further.
Planning decisions from 2012 to date are however already accessible to you through the on-line planning register at the following link should you wish to carry out your own search:Planning application search
Andium Homes may be also able to assist you with regard to obtaining information relating to installations on social housing developments. Details on how to submit a Freedom of Information request to Andium are set out below:
Post: Andium Homes Limited, 33-35 Don Street, St Helier, JE2 4TQ.
You can also find out more about making an FOI request to Andium Homes at:Andium Homes - FOI
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