Control of Jersey’s borders

For centuries many Jersey people have left the Island to live elsewhere. Conversely, others from many countries have come to Jersey to work in different industries, or to seek refuge. Thousands of French Protestant Huguenots came here in the late 17th and early 18th centuries to escape persecution in France. Then Irish workers came, to … Read more Control of Jersey’s borders

Tools for Decision Making from the Design Authority

Technical Architecture Industry Day

All Jersey-based suppliers are invited to attend an open session to learn about the ongoing work to develop the States of Jersey’s Technical Architecture. Objective The objective of the session will be to share the States of Jersey Architecture Framework which informs technology delivery. Suppliers will be provided the artefacts for reference. The session will … Read more Technical Architecture Industry Day

Jersey 2036 – what you’d change

Planning for the future

Budget 2017 will help us to manage a successful future. Together with the Strategic Plan and Medium Term Financial Plan, it is part of an agreed three year plan that draws on reserves to support the economy in the short term and balance budgets in the medium term. Looking further ahead, we will need strategic direction … Read more Planning for the future

Budget 2017

Posted on Categories Brexit, Economy

Budget 2017 maintains our established principle that taxes should be low, broad, simple and fair. It proposes no fundamental change to our system of taxes, duties and charges, it encourages investment, growth and creates significant job opportunities, particularly for our young people. Some people have expressed concern that the tax burden is falling disproportionately on “middle … Read more Budget 2017

Jersey’s constitutional position in relation to Brexit