Documents relating Planning Obligation Agreement of Field 790 (FOI)
Documents relating Planning Obligation Agreement of Field 790 (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by Government of Jersey and published on 06 November 2020.
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Please would you supply copies of Education Department emails, reports, analysis, correspondence and Ministerial Decisions relating to the Minister for Education's becoming a party to the Planning Obligation Agreement registered in the Public Registry of the Island on 8 November 2016, by order of the Court, between the following in relation to Field 790, L'Avenue de la Reine Elizabeth, St Peter:
the Chief Officer for the Environment
Field 790 Limited
Benjamin John Harvey
the Minister for Education
the Minister for Economic Development, Tourism, Sport and Culture
The Minister for Education became a party to the Planning Obligation Agreement dated 8 November 2016 to acknowledge commitment for schools to use the facilities in accordance with the Service Level Agreement.
Much of the correspondence has passed retention, however we have been able to locate the attached documents within the time allowance of the Freedom of Information (Costs) (Jersey) Regulations 2014.
E-re POA 16.11.2016 DR
E-re SLA 20.07.2016 Att1 DR
E-re SLA 20.07.2016 Att3 DR
E-re SLA 20.07.2016 Att4 DR
E-re SLA 20.07.2016 Att5 DR
E-re SLA 20.07.2016 Att6 DR
E-re SLA 20.07.2016 Att7 NR
E-re SLA 20.07.2016 Att8 DR
E-re SLA 20.07.2016 DR
MD re Field 790 Variation of Covenant NR
The documents have been redacted in accordance with policy and to protect personal information.
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