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Proposed Government Plan 2020-23

​About the Proposed Government Plan 2020-23

Ministers have published their first-ever Government Plan for Jersey. The plan brings to life the five strategic priorities that the States Assembly unanimously approved for this Government’s term of office, and it brings together the Government’s proposals for both income generation and spending. 

The plan proposes a range of detailed, costed initiatives that will pave the way to fulfil Ministers’ collective ambition for the Island’s future. It brings together income and spending decisions, improves how funding decisions are made, and makes these decisions more transparent.

The Chief Minister, Senator John Le Fondré, said: “We want to make an enduring difference to Islanders’ lives and to our unique Island, to meet our five important pledges. We have considered every potential activity and the contribution that each will make to meeting our five strategic priorities.

“The Government is committed to ensuring the sustainability of our public finances and the long-term funds that are essential to supporting the economy in the event of a downturn and ensuring care in old age for those who need it.

“The Government is also committed to balancing the budget, after making transfers to the Stabilisation Fund, and to keeping taxes low and broad. While we are increasing spending in the Government Plan, our prudent planning, backed by sustainable efficiencies, keeps our forecast spend after efficiencies below what was originally forecast in Budget 2019. We are ensuring that what we do can be paid for, without placing undue burdens on islanders.

“We are also planning to invest £91 million in the fabric of our island in 2020, and £349 million in capital investment over the next four years. This first Government Plan is a plan for action, for sustainable investment, responsible spending and for the long term. We are taking the important decisions now to tackle the future needs of our Island, to create a positive long-term legacy for islanders.

“This is a plan that Ministers, the public service and, I hope, the States Assembly and all Islanders will join together in delivering for our long-term future.”

Proposed Government Plan 2020-23

Proposed Government Plan 2020-23

Our Government Plan highlights

Government Plan spending and priority highlights

Government Plan funding and spending infographic

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