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What could you do here?
The pier in the North East corner of St Sampson.
The area is currently used for commercial vessels. What could you do differently here? #gda #guernsey
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What could you do here? 
The pier in the North East corner of St Sampson.
The area is currently used for commercial vessels. What could you do differently here? #gda #Guernsey

3 CommentsComment on Facebook

Im starting to question the GDA, a lot of point less questions asked and no action at all. Sounds like a easy job for friends of States Members. You are asking a question of what we would do with this area, well nothing. Where exactly are the commercial vessels going to go if you develop this area? It's a completely pointless question and nothing will ever change here.

It could be re-opened to allow angling when the commercial boats aren't in. I'm sure there's a way of doing that without causing security implications. So many parts of the harbours are now out of bounds to anglers it's difficult for kids and disabled anglers to enjoy their hobby.

Scott they ask the same questions all of the. time with no meaning Put lock gates on the entrance to save spending millions on flood defences They would not need special tankers that take the ground then or move the tankers to the outside of the northern side of the reclamation area then you can use most of the harbour for marina berths

What could you do here?
Abraham's Bosom - St Sampson
This area is primarily used for boat storage and maintenance. What else could it be used for?

#gda #Guernsey
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What could you do here?
Abrahams Bosom - St Sampson
This area is primarily used for boat storage and maintenance. What else could it be used for?

 #gda #Guernsey

1 CommentComment on Facebook

A fuelling pontoon. Pain in the rear having to go to town for fuel everytime.

The GDA undertook a survey to ask the public what developments they would like to see on the East Coast of Guernsey. We got a fantastic response to the survey with 1,120 responding and 3,650 individual suggestions on what to do. Due to the number of responses, we can be very confident that the results are representative of the public views.

The survey result information has been fed into Tibbalds (who are creating the Local Planning Brief), who have used this to help inform their proposals. Tibbalds have released an online consultation this week with in person sessions also available if people would like to engage further. More information is available on their website: www.guernseyharbouractionareas.com

What do you think of these results?
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The GDA undertook a survey to ask the public what developments they would like to see on the East Coast of Guernsey. We got a fantastic response to the survey with 1,120 responding and 3,650 individual suggestions on what to do. Due to the number of responses, we can be very confident that the results are representative of the public views.

The survey result information has been fed into Tibbalds (who are creating the Local Planning Brief), who have used this to help inform their proposals. Tibbalds have released an online consultation this week with in person sessions also available if people would like to engage further. More information is available on their website: www.guernseyharbouractionareas.com

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What could you do here?
Northside Garden - St Sampson
A small green space and some public toilets. Would you want to see an alternative use?

#gda #guernsey
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What could you do here?
Northside Garden - St Sampson
A small green space and some public toilets. Would you want to see an alternative use?

#gda #Guernsey

3 CommentsComment on Facebook

Coffee stall

No, just clean it up and tidy it!

More green plants. Smarten the toilets (PS: We need spaces......) 👁

What could you do here?
The Bridge - St Sampson.
This is the main shopping centre and through road for the area. Could this be done differently? #gda #guernsey
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What could you do here?
The Bridge - St Sampson.
This is the main shopping centre and through road for the area. Could this be done differently? #gda #Guernsey

What could you do here? The South East corner of St Sampson harbour.
This is used primarily for commercial vessels, what else could you do here? #gda #guernsey
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What could you do here? The South East corner of St Sampson harbour.
This is used primarily for commercial vessels, what else could you do here? #gda #Guernsey

2 CommentsComment on Facebook

Carry on like its been designed for

If a new flood defences are constructed further out then make it leisure craft friendly and develop that whole area ….that particular area is hardly ever used and further up there’s a large tug boat that never moves ….not economically sound use of an area

What could you do here? The Taxi Rank - St Peter Port
This area is used by taxis. Can you think of any alternative uses for it? Let us know what you think.

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What could you do here? The Taxi Rank - St Peter Port
This area is used by taxis.  Can you think of any alternative uses for it?  Let us know what you think.

#GDA #Guernsey

What could you do here? Griffiths Yard - St Sampson
This is the road which runs to the south of Griffiths Yard. Can you think of any alternative uses for it?

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What could you do here? Griffiths Yard - St Sampson
This is the road which runs to the south of Griffiths Yard.  Can you think of any alternative uses for it?

#GDA

What could you do here? Longue Hougue reclamation site.
Do you have any thoughts on how Longue Hougue could be put to better use?

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What could you do here? Longue Hougue reclamation site.
Do you have any thoughts on how Longue Hougue could be put to better use?

#GDA

33 CommentsComment on Facebook

Port and Marina use - know there is a need and a demand and a good commercial business case. Lowest cost location. Industrial zone - existing industrial and commercial sites which could developed for housing, examples… Island Coachway premises on Les Banques. Maybe business like these might be persuaded to move if there were options. Motor retail park - one large central motor retail park similar to the UK, would free up sites where various garages are located, again for housing. A large scale builders merchant – industrial zone might facilitate the arrive of a large player and provide healthy competition in building material sector. Yard Space – there is a shortage of outdoor space for business. Sell or rent areas like allotments for businesses like scaffolders, stonemasons, heavy duty machine hire.

Some form of recreation area, with a fishing area into the harbour mouth, benches (BBQ AREAS), grassland, small play area. Something new and interesting for the General public to interact with. Somewhere for people to enjoy an intimate view of the islands and little rustle, that’s not Meters from a main road.

Go Kart track!

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What could you do here? - La Crocq Pier Parking - St Sampson
This marks the first of series of posts about different areas within St Sampson and St Peter Port. We want to hear your creative ideas about what you would do if you had the chance to change something.
#gda #stsampson #guernsey
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What could you do here? - La Crocq Pier Parking - St Sampson
This marks the first of series of posts about different areas within St Sampson and St Peter Port. We want to hear your creative ideas about what you would do if you had the chance to change something.
#GDA #StSampson #Guernsey

43 CommentsComment on Facebook

Use it for 2 way traffic with the bridge on the shortest stretch of water ! a mini roundabout on the road side …. therefor alleviating all through traffic shop side making it more pedestrian friendly 😀

Would be a great place for fresh outdoor markets with parking nearby.

I like it as it is.

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