The document is to be formally presented to the States tomorrow after being unveiled by the Council of Ministers around a month ago, but the only response received so far is an e-mail from a States Member.
The plan calls for reinvestment in the Island’s economic future and social fabric, and sets out a ‘vision’ from the Council of Ministers for what Jersey will look like in years to come.
This morning, Chief Minister Frank Walker said there were no changes from the draft document published in March, but added that he and his ministerial colleagues were still open to ideas.
He said: ‘We are more than happy to entertain any suggestions for changes, additions or deletions, and more than happy if necessary to bring our own amendments to it.
‘What we want is considered and constructive criticism for improving it from both States Members and the public.’