Latest Council News

02 Nov 2017
Have your say in the annual recycling and waste survey
Have your say on recycling and waste

The Isle of Wight Council, in partnership with Amey, is asking for feedback on recycling and waste services.

01 Nov 2017 Last updated at 16:00
Budget decision on non-residential care charging to be defered
Cautious approach to budget decisions

Next week (9 November 2017), the Cabinet is asked to reflect upon the outcome of a consultation with non-residential care users earlier this year, about the possibility of changing the way that the council manages care charges and provides equity for all.

01 Nov 2017 Last updated at 16:00
The partnership has been in place for almost five years
Key partnership set for renewal

A key and successful partnership with Hampshire that has brought major improvements to education and children’s social care on the Island is set to be renewed long-term.

01 Nov 2017 Last updated at 09:00
The field is at Carisbrooke Castle
Field of remembrance to reopen

A special ‘field of remembrance’ will once again be opened to the public at Carisbrooke Castle this month (November) to commemorate those in the uniformed services who lost their lives in service of their country.

31 Oct 2017
The interactive workshops will discuss the future of Newport Harbour.
Newport Harbour workshop

A series of interactive workshops will discuss the future of Newport Harbour beginning next month.

27 Oct 2017
The winter timetable for the mobile recycling centre is now out.
Recycling moving on for winter

Winter is on its way and so is the mobile household waste recycling centre. The facility will once again be visiting a number of venues across the Island from November to January.

27 Oct 2017
Secondary education looks set to continue in Sandown Bay
Sandown gets go ahead

Secondary education looks set to continue in Sandown Bay after the Department for Education provided conditional in-principle agreement to the closure of Sandown Bay Academy.

26 Oct 2017 Last updated at 13:00
The policy takes a sensitive approach
Sensitive approach on roadside memorials

A new approach balancing sensitivity with safety for roadside memorials on the Isle of Wight has been approved.

24 Oct 2017
Sir Richard Branson has endorsed the Digital Solent Conference
Sir Richard Branson backs conference

A ground-breaking Digital Solent Conference – endorsed by Sir Richard Branson - is taking place next month to help promote the Isle of Wight as a high-tech business destination.

23 Oct 2017 Last updated at 10:00
The register is due to be published on 31 December
New register of ‘brownfield’ sites

Potential sites on the Island are to be identified for a new ‘brownfield’ development register.

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