Latest Council News

16 Oct 2017
One of the beautiful flower beds at Ventnor Park
Blooming marvellous

Historic Ventnor Park on the Isle of Wight has once again won a gold medal at the South and South East England in Bloom Awards.

11 Oct 2017
Winters hours begin at the end of October.
Winter is coming

From Monday 30 October, Lynnbottom and Afton Marsh Household Waste and Recycling Centres (HWRCs) will be running winter opening hours, open from 10am to 6pm.

11 Oct 2017
The Animal Agents Summer Reading Challenge winners.
Up to the challenge

The annual Summer Reading Challenge results are in. Over the summer holidays, the Isle of Wight Council’s library service set a challenge to Island children: to read six books over the six week break.

10 Oct 2017
Electric bike scheme moves up a gear
Cycle care with a difference

Care providers, Island Healthcare, in partnership with the Isle of Wight Council, is expanding its innovative domiciliary care service – The Hub - on the Island.

09 Oct 2017
National Library Week starts Monday 9 October.
Discover your library

Libraries across the Island are taking part in National Libraries Week starting this Monday (9 October).

05 Oct 2017
Essential maintenance of landlord portal
Essential maintenance of landlord portal

Due to essential system updates the ‘Landlord Portal’ is temporarily unavailable. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

04 Oct 2017 Last updated at 15:00
Corporate plan published
Council corporate plan published

The council's corporate plan has been published today (Wednesday), for discussion by councillors later this month.

04 Oct 2017
Telephone waiting time reduced
Phone waiting times improved

Residents are now waiting only a short time when phoning the Isle of Wight Council after extra funding was ploughed into the contact centre.

04 Oct 2017
Active Travel Innovation Grant winners announced
Grant winners announced

Three Island businesses are celebrating after securing sustainable transport funding from the Isle of Wight Council.

28 Sep 2017
Newport Harbour
Newport Harbour is changing

What will Newport Harbour look like in ten years’ time; a vibrant, energetic area, sympathetic to its heritage and ecology? If you have ideas, then now is the time to share them.

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