Isle of Wight Council provides a variety of services to all types of business. We can help with issues such as funding, advice, research and premises, how to do business with the council, licensing and trading standards
Licenses are issued for a range of products and services require licenses including gambling, large events and street trading
2017 sees the start of a new era for the Isle of Wight Council. The Council has a Regeneration directorate to help regenerate the Island’s economy and transform the financial position of the Council.
We visit, inspect and test a wide variety of goods and services as well as providing legal advice to businesses and consumers
Complete top online tasks for services within this section when it suits you.
Provides a list of reputable firms that have been approved by the Isle of Wight Council's Trading Standards Service
We inspect a wide variety of businesses for food hygiene, health and safety, and pollution legislation
Business Rates is a tax on all business and non-domestic properties, which are not used for domestic purposes, like shops. factories, offices, beach huts and moorings.
Frequently asked questions for services within this section.
The value of a contract determines the procedures that Council Officers must follow. The purpose of this service is to raise awareness of potential contracting opportunities with the Isle of Wight Council.
From here the inward investment service helps you with your location and development decisions
Keeping you safe in your homes, at work and out in the community including training and education for schools, road and water safety.
Customer Service Centre
Isle of Wight PO30 1UD
Tel: 01983 821000
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