The new Constable of St John has set out his priorities for the Parish.
Constable Andy Jehan was sworn in on Friday 9 April after his predecessor Chris Taylor was deemed unfit for the role and resigned.
Speaking to ITV Channel News he said the Parish and its Parishioners are ready to move forward and that it what he will be focussing on.
The new school playing field
New affordable housing
Speed limits at Sion
Connecting St John Village and Sion
Professionally a logistics expert, Constable-Elect Jehan has previously served the Parish of St John for more than 20 years in many roles.
He held the role of Procureur du Bien Public for 8 years, where he says he learnt a great deal about Parish Administration, before stepping down in December 2014.
Constable Jehan will remain in the post until the next election in 2022.