5. Population & Immigration Policy Review

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P.2022/81 Proposition 1 5 XVIII

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Committee for Home Affairs

Proposition

1. To note the objective findings of the Review, and the evidence presented in sections 5 and 6 of this Policy Letter, that suggests an average net migration level of +300 per year over the next thirty years is required to sustain the Island’s workforce at its 2020 level, and to agree that the economic competitiveness of the Island should be supported through the strategic population objective that: “The States of Guernsey will assume, for the purpose of planning future infrastructure and service provision, that net migration will average up to +300 per year over the next thirty years. This assumption will support the capacity of the Island’s workforce so that it remains a desirable and competitive jurisdiction, and will ensure that the Island can meet the needs of the economy with the necessary housing and infrastructure.”


Vote Result

Declared Vote Vote Date
Pour 21/10/2022 16:25

Voting Breakdown

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22 9 2 1 6 40

Pour

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Aldwell, Sue
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Blin, Chris
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Brouard, Al
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De Lisle, David
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Dyke, John
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Fairclough, Simon
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Ferbrache, Peter
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Gollop, John
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Haskins, Sam
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Helyar, Mark
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Inder, Neil
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Kazantseva-Miller, Sasha
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Mahoney, David
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Matthews, Aidan
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McKenna, Liam
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Moakes, Nick
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Murray, Bob
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Oliver, Victoria
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Parkinson, Charles
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Prow, Robert
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St Pier, Gavin
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Vermeulen, Simon

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Cameron, Andy
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De Sausmarez, Lindsay
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Gabriel, Adrian
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Le Tissier, Chris
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Leadbeater, Marc
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Queripel, Lester
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Roffey, Peter
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Soulsby, Heidi
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Taylor, Andrew

Ne vote pas

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Roberts, Steve
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Snowdon, Alexander

Did not vote

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Burford, Yvonne

Absent

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Bury, Tina
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Dudley-Owen, Andrea
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Falla, Steve
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Le Tocq, Jonathan
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Meerveld, Carl
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Trott, Lyndon

Hansard Table

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Aldwell, Sue Cameron, Andy Roberts, Steve Burford, Yvonne Bury, Tina
Blin, Chris De Sausmarez, Lindsay Snowdon, Alexander Dudley-Owen, Andrea
Brouard, Al Gabriel, Adrian Falla, Steve
De Lisle, David Le Tissier, Chris Le Tocq, Jonathan
Dyke, John Leadbeater, Marc Meerveld, Carl
Fairclough, Simon Queripel, Lester Trott, Lyndon
Ferbrache, Peter Roffey, Peter
Gollop, John Soulsby, Heidi
Haskins, Sam Taylor, Andrew
Helyar, Mark
Inder, Neil
Kazantseva-Miller, Sasha
Mahoney, David
Matthews, Aidan
McKenna, Liam
Moakes, Nick
Murray, Bob
Oliver, Victoria
Parkinson, Charles
Prow, Robert
St Pier, Gavin
Vermeulen, Simon