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Common Strategic Policy 2024 to 2026

​​​The Common Strategic Policy 2024 to 2026 sets out 13 priorities of the Council of Ministers. It was approved by the States Assembly in May 2024. 

It outlines benefits for:


Transition to a living wage, reduce GP costs, and keep Government fees, duties, and charges as low as possible.​


Make nutritious school meals available in all States primary schools and extend nursery and childcare provision.

Patients and care providers

Deliver urgent improvements in our health services and begin construction of a new hospital at Overdale.


Provide more affordable homes, deliver a new licensing scheme for rented accommodation, deliver a new Residential Tenancy Law to improve arrangements for both tenants and landlords, and review the social rents policy to prioritise those in greatest need.


Remove unnecessary bureaucracy, focus on skills development, improve the planning processes and create incentives to strengthen Jersey’s reputation as a stable and well-regulated place to do business.


​Deliver a plan to revitalise town, implement measures to adopt the recommendations of the Violence Against Women and Girls Taskforce report, and meet our commitments to address climate change through the Carbon Neutral Roadmap.

Alongside these priorities, business as usual activities will continue across the public sector.

Common Strategic Poli​cy 2024 to 2026

Cover for the Proposed Common Strategic Policy 2024 to 2026

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