Chasse Brunet road closure (FOI)
Chasse Brunet road closure (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by Government of Jersey and published on 16 January 2020.
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Closure of Chasse Brunet
I have some follow-up questions to a previous Freedom of Information (FOI) request published at the following link:
Chasse Brunet road closure trial (FOI)
Please provide details of how much pedestrian usage has increased
This increase equates to what percentage of the combined populations of St Saviour and Grainville schools?
How much did this trial cost?
What consideration was given to part-time changes ie peak daily, term time changes?
If this is permanent, this road effectively becomes a private road, so what plans are there for the residents to become responsible for maintenance rather than the parish?
Information regarding changes in pedestrian usage is provided in the attached report.
Chasse Brunet Report on Closure (redacted)
Personal information within the documents has been redacted in accordance with Article 25 (Personal Information) of the Freedom of Information (Jersey) Law 2011.
The school populations of Grainville and St Saviour is circa 775. The percentage of students of the schools’ population recorded walking was 16%.
The trial was facilitated by the Parish of St Saviour, therefore, the information you have requested is not held by the Government of Jersey.
The information you have requested may be held by the parish and so you might wish to send your information request in writing to:
or write to:
Parish FOI, East Wing, RJA & HS, Trinity, JE3 5JP
You can also find out more about making an FOI request to the parishes at the following link:
My Parish online: FOI & Data Protection
A part-time only change was not considered to be practicable by the parish.
The traffic management of Chasse Brunet does not affect its status as a parish administered road and their responsibility under the Loi (1914) sur la Voirie.
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