Sandybrook care home (FOI)
Sandybrook care home (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by States of Jersey and published on 22 November 2018.
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Jersey residents of a States-run care home have been told money set aside to do up their accommodation will be now be spent on something else. In 2014, the government earmarked £1.2m for Sandybrook care home in St Peter.
Please can I see any extracts from Minutes of the Council of Ministers or other documents which might explain the delay from 2014 until now for doing up Sandybrook when the money was set aside 4 years ago? Names may be redacted if not ministers.
Relevant documents are accessible through the following link:
Relevant extracts from minutes re Sandybrook project of works
Reference may also be made to the following:
Transcript of the Scrutiny meeting held on 14 June 2016
Ministerial Decision MD-T-2018-0048 made on 21 September 2018
Ministerial Decision MD-TR-2018-0122 made on 5 October 2018
Hansard from the States sitting on 23 October 2018
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