Gavin St Pier

Gavin Scooter St Pier (born January 1967) is an elected Deputy in the States of Guernsey and former president of the Policy and Resources Committee.

Gavin St Pier
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President of the Policy and Resources Committee of Guernsey
In office
4 May 2016 – 16 October 2020
Preceded byJonathan Le Tocq (as Chief Minister of Guernsey)
Succeeded byPeter Ferbrache
Leader of the Guernsey Partnership of Independents
Assumed office
18 August 2020
Minister of Treasury and Resources
In office
8 May 2012 – May 2016
Member of the States of Guernsey
Assumed office
1 May 2012
Personal details
Born
Gavin Scooter St Pier

January 1967 (age 55)
Political partyGuernsey Partnership of Independents (2020–present)
Other political
affiliations
Independent (2012–2020)
ProfessionAccountant, tax advisor
Websitegavinstpier.gg

Political appointmentsEdit

He was elected at the general election on 18 April 2012 as a deputy for St Sampson's District.

He served as Minister of Treasury and Resources from May 2012 – May 2016.[1]

He was re-elected at the 2016 General Election with a reduced vote.

After the third secret ballot he was elected in May 2016 as president of the Policy and Resources Committee.[2][3]

In August 2020, St Pier formed the Guernsey Partnership of Independents party with Heidi Soulsby and Lyndon Trott.[4]

Re-elected at the 2020 General Election, coming in first with the highest number of votes.

Personal lifeEdit

Married with three children, he has lived in Saint Sampson, Guernsey since 1997.[5]

He qualified as a Chartered Accountant, Chartered Tax Adviser and as a Barrister.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Guernsey States ministerial elections held". May 8, 2012 – via www.bbc.com.
  2. ^ "Gavin St Pier is Guernsey's new Chief Minister - but only just..." Bailiwick Express. 4 May 2016.
  3. ^ "Gavin St Pier elected as Guernsey States' President". BBC. 4 May 2016.
  4. ^ Green, Will. "Soulsby, St Pier, Trott form a political group". guernseypress.com.
  5. ^ "Home". Gavin St Pier.

External linksEdit

Political offices
Preceded byas Chief Minister of Guernsey President of the Policy and Resources Committee
2016–2020
Succeeded by