On the 2nd May 2019, we demanded to see PwC Part B Tender docs under the States of Guernsey Code of Practice for Access to Public Information (2014).
We asked because the figure of up to £700,000 was given in P&R’s policy letter relating to the review of strategic air and sea links infrastructure.. but by the States meeting of 26 April it had become of £700,000.
We wanted to know how many tender submissions there were, what the scope of the the tenders was and what was their breakdown.
On the 24th May 2019, P&R declined to provide any further details on the airlinks tender.
This response is exactly why a proportionate freedom of information law is a necessity.
P&R must conduct business in a transparent and accountable manner.