Lifeline and food supplies into the island everyday
Providing vital sea defences
Providing 24/7 access for boat owners
365 days per year
Cruise liner passengers inject millions into our island economy every year
Across the entire Guernsey Harbours' estate
Nearly all freight into the island is facilitated by Guernsey Harbours
The original harbour was built in 1275
Through the #myharbours consultation, Guernsey Harbours is seeking the views of the Guernsey community and that includes you. By taking part in our survey or attending public meetings you will ensure that you have a voice and that your voice is heard.
The survey will be open for the duration of the consultation which runs from 23 October to 17 November 2014. It contains 18 questions and should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete.
Why are we seeking your views?
We are seeking the views of harbour users and islanders as a whole so that these can be taken into consideration when deciding where changes may need to be made. Public meetings are to be held on the following dates at the St Peter Port Harbour Terminal:
The survey is part of a wider on-going programme including the Guernsey Harbours Ports Master Plan and our 10-year business plan. This communications campaign aims to ensure islanders are aware of Guernsey Harbours' plans to sustainably operate essential 'lifeline' services, maintain a substantial estate and facilitate the enjoyment of leisure activities.
We expect to publish our recommendations as to which charges should change in the March 2015 Billet d'Etat for debate by the States of Guernsey on 25 March 2015.