Review of the Draft Budget Statement 2018

Monday 30 October 11:10

Corporate Services Scrutiny Panel

The Draft Budget Statement for 2018 was published by the Minister for Treasury and Resources on 3rd October 2017. The Budget sets out the proposed income and expenditure of the States for the year ahead, including any changes to the way in which revenue is collected or spent.

The draft budget is published in full on the States Assembly website.

The Corporate Services Scrutiny Panel has responsibility for scrutinising the work of the Minister for Treasury and Resources and we have commenced a review of the Draft Budget 2018. It is our intention to report the findings of our review to the States Assembly, ahead of the Assembly’s debate on 28th November 2017.

As part of our review, we wish to contact key individuals and organisations who may be affected by the changes proposed in the Draft Budget. As such, we would like to invite you to make a written submission to the Panel, providing your views or opinions on the changes proposed in the Draft Budget 2018, and how it will affect you. Further information about the review, including its terms of reference, can be found on our website:

We would ask that any submission you do wish to make could be received by the Panel by Friday 10th November 2017. 

Please note that all written submissions are uploaded to the Scrutiny website as a matter of course, with the exception being for any evidence received under a confidential or private agreement which, in accordance with Jersey Data Protection legislation, will not be released into the public domain.  Extracts from submissions made publicly available in this manner may also be directly cited in the Panel’s final report. 

If you have concerns in relation to submitting evidence, or regarding the review more generally, I would ask that you contact Timothy Nicolle at the Scrutiny Office on 441014 or at, in the first instance.

Thank you for your consideration and assistance with this review.  We look forward to hearing from you.

Yours sincerely,

Deputy J.A.N. Le Fondré


  • Barclays AI Frenzy Free Event

    › read more
  • Law at Work - Disability Discrimination – Don’t DIS my ABILITY! Breakfast Briefing | 7.30am - 9.30am | Pomme d’Or Hotel

    › read more
  • Design Assembly Jersey – Commercial and Workplace Interiors CPD Event Event Time: 10am | Event Info: This is a FREE event.

    › read more
  • Le Masurier - Recharger Day 9.00am - 5.00pm | Radisson Blu Hotel

    › read more
  • MASTERCLASS - REAL LEADERS NEGOTIATE; Building Clarity, Trust & Confidence 13:30pm – 16:30pm | The Tribunal Service - 1st Floor International House - 41 The Parade - St Helier - JE2 3QQ

    › read more
  • Business Improvement Programme: Launch Event 08:00am – 10:00pm Location: Royal Yacht Hotel Weighbridge JE2 3NF St Helier

    › read more
  • FREE Gig-y-Don Music Event in aid of 'Brightly' 2pm - 9pm

    › read more
  • Chamber Connection Networking Night

    › read more
  • Critical Briefing: The Intergenerational Workforce 'Recruiting, managing and inspiring the Intergenerational Workforce'

    › read more
  • Digital Jersey Hub Desk Competition Competition to give digital entrepreneurs a boost!

    › read more

Chamber Knowledgebase

Our frequently asked questions

Contact Magazine

Click here to view the latest digital issue of the Channel Islands Business Magazine.

Jersey Airport / Harbours

The latest arrivals and departures, select a link above

Charity of Choice 2018

Click here to learn more about the vital work of the Jersey Employment Trust and how you can help.

The Benefits of Membership

Networking opportunities, including our popular luncheons
Topical seminar programme
Support and guidance on doing business in Jersey

And become one of over 500 member businesses supporting Chamber in its aim of ensuring that local business is at the heart of a thriving and diverse local economy.

Call 01534 724536
› About Chamber

Copyright © Jersey Chamber 2012 - The Jersey Chamber of Commerce welcomes your comments and views. However, the posting of comments is subject to our terms which can be read here. Comments posted by users of this site are not the Chamber's comments nor do they represent the views of the Jersey Chamber of Commerce.

↑ Back to top