States Members Remuneration Review Body
The independent States Members Remuneration Review Body was established in 2004. Its purpose is to make recommendations to the Privileges and Procedures Committee on any matters relating to the remuneration, allowances and benefits available to elected members of the States. The recommendations of the Review Body with regard to basic remuneration are implemented without a debate unless they are challenged by States members.
All members of the States must, by law, receive the same level of remuneration. The current remuneration is £46,600 (there is no longer any separate amount for expenses).
The review body consulted on pay for States members in the 2018-2022 period. Relevant documentation can be found using the links below.
The members of the Review Body are:
Mr John Mills CBE (Chairman)
Mr Maurice Dubras
Mr Ian Black
Mrs Louise Read
Mr Gerald White
Survey on States members' remuneration, July 2016 - findings.pdf
Review of remuneration in other jurisdictions.pdf