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Call for Jersey government to remove red tape to help St Helier bounce back after Covid lockdowns

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Last week the town footfall monitor recorded 159,394 movements. This represents a continued increase since the depths of the Covid lockdowns. But it is still below pre-pandemic levels. Simon Crowcroft said that retail and hospitality businesses were being held back by a lack of staff which he said was resulting in fewer people visiting St Helier.
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Jersey Evening Post

Call for Jersey government to remove red tape to help St Helier bounce back after Covid lockdowns

JERSEY’S new government should urgently remove the red tape around visitor-work-permit applications to help town bounce back following the pandemic, St Helier’s Constable has said. Last week the town footfall monitor recorded 159,394 movements, which represents a continued increase since the depths of the Covid lockdowns but is still below pre-pandemic levels. But Simon Crowcroft […]

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