La Collette Terminal lease follow-up reviews (FOI)
La Collette Terminal lease follow-up reviews (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by States of Jersey and published on 22 March 2018.
Given that 11 March 2018 will mark the two year anniversary of the approval of the allocation of the La Collette Terminal lease to La Collette Terminal Limited (LCTL), a subsidiary of Rubis, we are seeking clarification on the following matters:
The minutes from the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) review of the La Collette Terminal lease state that "CICRA have already included in their work programme for 2016 a review of the effectiveness of the conditions that they imposed at the fuel farm".
How many of these reviews have taken place since the lease was signed?
If any reviews have taken place, did LCTL (Rubis) meet the conditions laid out by the Channel Islands Competition and Regulatory Authorities (CICRA); including safety work being done to a 'tight timescale'?
The minutes from the PAC review of the La Collette Terminal lease also state that "it is still necessary to conduct a fuller review of LCTL's compliance with the Conditions (of the lease) in order to ensure that there is no other evidence of conduct that may give rise to vertical concerns in the future."
Has this fuller review taken place, and what were the findings?
A and B
The Channel Islands Competition and Regulatory Authorities (CICRA) is an independent body and therefore does not currently fall within the definition of a Scheduled Public Authority under Schedule 1 of the Freedom of Information (Jersey) Law 2011. Details of the CICRA cases are available on their website at the following link:
The Comptroller and Auditor General, Jersey Audit Office, is currently conducting a high-level review of Property and Land Management within the States of Jersey. Details of the Project Specification for this review can be found at the following link:
Management of Land and Property: Project Specification report
Subsequent to the Jersey General Election in May 2018, the newly constituted Public Accounts Committee may decide to further review this subject.