The British-Irish Council (BIC) held its 37th Summit meeting today hosted by the Government of Guernsey. The heads of delegation were welcomed by the Chief Minister of the Government of Guernsey, Deputy Peter Ferbrache.
The Council reflected on recent political developments and took the opportunity to engage on a number of topics of mutual interest. The Council also held a thematic discussion on the contribution of spatial planning to town revitalisation and the decarbonisation agenda, on the basis of a paper prepared by the Collaborative Spatial Planning work sector.
The full communiqué is available here.