Guernsey politicians could reduce sale restrictions

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Fewer restrictions could be placed on the sale of historic buildings owned by Guernsey's government.

Treasury and Resources must currently ask the States permission to sell or lease a historic building for more than 21 years.

It wants to be able to make the decision on buildings it believes are not important enough to warrant a full States report.

The matter is due to be debated by States deputies.

If agreed, Treasury and Resources and the Environment Department could then decide when this is the case.

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