From Angela Carter.
AS a property owner in Jersey, I would like to express my concern in relation to the forthcoming States debate on the proposed compulsory use of legislation whereby developers are able to lay pipes over private land to connect to main drains without the permission of the landowner and without compensation.
It does not seem equitable that a minister who was not elected with an Island mandate is able to amend legislation that affects the whole Island without reference to those Islanders and even against the guidance given by the States department concerned.
Surely it cannot be right that a developer can override the wishes of the landowner?
25 Elizabeth Avenue,