Grazing

Frequently Asked Questions for this Service

Question: Having paid online for my council grazing permit is it then possible to view the balance of my account online?

Answer: Yes. If you wish to know the balance of your account you should follow the link below. You will then be required to enter your debtor invoice reference number in the row with the heading of ‘Debtor Invoice’ before clicking ‘Get Balances.’ Payments are updated against individual accounts as part of an overnight process, therefore you should allow 1 - 2 working days for your account balance to be updated

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Question: Is it possible to pay for my grazing permit online?

Answer: Yes. If you possess a grazing permit for IWC owned land and wish to pay online, you will need to have your debtor account number at hand. You should then follow the link below in order to proceed with your payment.

Please note that the Council does not store any Card details.


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Question: Are there any restrictions on the grazing sites?

Answer: On some sites there are restrictions on how the land can be used. Please contact Property Services on 821000 for more details. - Related Link

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Question: Does the Isle of Wight Council provide land for grazing purposes?

Answer: The Isle of Wight Council has sites which are available for grazing purposes. A list of these sites can be obtained by clicking on the link below or by contacting Property Services on 821000. - Related Link

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Question: I want to apply for a grazing license, who do I contact?

Answer: All information relating to grazing licenses is available from Property Services. Please call 823290 with any enquiries. Alternatively you may click on the link below for further details surrounding the location of the sites available for grazing purposes and how you might go about obtaining a lease/ licence for one of them.

All grazing licenses are granted on the 1st April each year and run on a 364 day license. - Related Link

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