Saturday, May 1, 2010

Debbie's Questions for 11th May

Deputy Debbie de Sousa has tabled the following written questions:-

WRITTEN QUESTIONS TO THE MINISTER FOR HOUSING
BY DEPUTY D.J. DE SOUSA OF ST. HELIER
ANSWERS TO BE TABLED ON TUESDAY 11th MAY 2010


“Would the Minister provide the Assembly with details of the instances where issues have arisen between the Housing Department and housing trusts, as mentioned in his response to my oral question of 23rd of February 2010, in relation the elimination of price wars over land acquisition with housing trusts?”

“In light of the Minister’s commitment in the Strategic Plan to Social Rented Housing, what measures, if any, has he taken in the last 4 years to regulate housing trusts?”

WRITTEN QUESTION TO THE MINISTER FOR TREASURY AND RESOURCES
BY DEPUTY D.J. DE SOUSA OF ST. HELIER
ANSWER TO BE TABLED ON TUESDAY 11th MAY 2010


“Can the Minister, as representative of the shareholder state whether he is satisfied that the redundancies at the Jersey New Waterworks Company were justified when the company has announced a profit margin to the value of £4,085,000?”

WRITTEN QUESTION TO CHAIRMAN OF PRIVILEGES AND PROCEDURES COMMITTEE
BY DEPUTY D.J. DE SOUSA OF ST. HELIER
ANSWER TO BE TABLED ON TUESDAY 11th MAY 2010

“Will the Chairman inform the Assembly what steps, if any, the Privileges and Procedures Committee have taken toward a single date for the 2011 elections and would she also advise whether the Committee is continuing to look at bringing proposals forward to reform the constitution of the States Assembly and, if not, why not and will the Committee consider these issues?”

4 comments:

  1. When are the questions with out notice for the Housing Minister

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  2. Deputy Trevor PitmanMay 4, 2010 at 7:27 AM

    May 25th

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  3. Of course the Minister will be satisfied. He wants this all out to private contractor. Result - the coktail circuit halfwits make loads of cash and the plebs get jobs paying half the rate for the same labour.

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  4. Maybe the Housing Minister should be asked how his department allowed a contractor to fit windows that don't comply with building regulations (fire egress)to approx 60 properties.

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