Use of Resources

This group contains relevant information and documents concerning services and function of your local council

The council tax leaflet issued with council tax bills 2010-11

Medium Term Financial Strategy 2009-2012 - this document is our financial strategy.

Council Tax leaflet issued with council tax bills for 2009-10

Council tax leaflet issued with council tax bills for 2007-08

The funding framework which replaces Local Management of Schools is based on the legislative provisions in sections 45-53 of the School Standards and Framework Act 1998.
The changes in the 2013 Scheme are those directed by the Department for Education and relfect the changes to Education Funding which were implemented in April 2013. All changes are shown in bold italics.

Contains information about the councils budget for 2012/13 and how it is funded, what element is made up from council tax charges, how these are calculated including parish council and police authority precepts.

The Highways PFI Project Agreement main body has been published as nine (9) files:
1. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Contents Page
2. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part A to Part C
3. Highways PFI Project Agreement – Part D
3. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part E to Part G
4. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part H to Part J
5. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part K to Part M
6. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part N to Part O
7. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part P
8. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part Q

The Highways PFI Project Agreement main body has been published as nine (9) files:
1. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Contents Page
2. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part A to Part C
3. Highways PFI Project Agreement – Part D
3. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part E to Part G
4. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part H to Part J
5. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part K to Part M
6. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part N to Part O
7. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part P
8. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part Q

The Highways PFI Project Agreement main body has been published as nine (9) files:
1. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Contents Page
2. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part A to Part C
3. Highways PFI Project Agreement – Part D
3. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part E to Part G
4. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part H to Part J
5. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part K to Part M
6. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part N to Part O
7. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part P
8. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part Q

The Highways PFI Project Agreement main body has been published as nine (9) files:
1. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Contents Page
2. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part A to Part C
3. Highways PFI Project Agreement – Part D
3. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part E to Part G
4. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part H to Part J
5. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part K to Part M
6. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part N to Part O
7. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part P
8. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part Q

The Highways PFI Project Agreement main body has been published as nine (9) files:
1. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Contents Page
2. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part A to Part C
3. Highways PFI Project Agreement – Part D
3. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part E to Part G
4. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part H to Part J
5. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part K to Part M
6. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part N to Part O
7. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part P
8. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part Q

The Highways PFI Project Agreement main body has been published as nine (9) files:
1. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Contents Page
2. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part A to Part C
3. Highways PFI Project Agreement – Part D
3. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part E to Part G
4. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part H to Part J
5. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part K to Part M
6. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part N to Part O
7. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part P
8. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part Q

The Highways PFI Project Agreement main body has been published as nine (9) files:
1. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Contents Page
2. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part A to Part C
3. Highways PFI Project Agreement – Part D
3. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part E to Part G
4. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part H to Part J
5. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part K to Part M
6. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part N to Part O
7. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part P
8. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part Q

The Highways PFI Project Agreement main body has been published as nine (9) files:
1. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Contents Page
2. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part A to Part C
3. Highways PFI Project Agreement – Part D
3. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part E to Part G
4. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part H to Part J
5. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part K to Part M
6. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part N to Part O
7. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part P
8. Highways PFI Project Agreement - Part Q

Highways PFI Project Agreement - Schedule 1 Definitions,  defines the words and expressions used in the Highways PFI Prioject Agreement.

Highways PFI Project Agreement - Schedule 4
This Schedule is the Payment Mechanism

Highways PFI Project Agreement - Schedule 18
This document details Accurals and De-accurals

Highways PFI Project Agreement - Schedule 9
This document referes to Geotechnical and Geological Zones

Highways PFI Project Agreement - Schedule 13
This document refers to Call-Off Services

Highways PFI Project Agreement - Schedule 2 Output Specification
This document details the specification for the Highways Services included in the Highways PFI

Highways PFI Project Agreement - List of Entirely Redacted Documents

This document lists all annexures and schedules that have been redacted in their entirety

The aim of the delegated decision report is to set out the issues associated with joining with our neighbouring authorities (Hampshire County Council, Portsmouth and Southampton City Councils) and the Solent Local Economic Partnership (SLEP) as a member of the Solent Local Transport Body (SLTB) – the sole aim of which is to draw down, prioritise and allocate government money to fund major (£2m+) transport schemes in the SLEP area.

 

The expected outcome will be that the Isle of Wight Council joins the SLTB and will then be able to attract additional funds to spend on large transport schemes on the Island.

 

The Local Council Tax Support Section 13A Policy.  This policy sets out how the scheme will operate and what the qualifying conditions are for making awards from April 2013 to replace Council Tax Benefit

The Local Council Tax Support Vulnerability Policy provides a statement of intent of how the Council will address the issues of Child Poverty, The chronically sick and disabled, the Armed Forces Covenant, and work incentives through the Local Council Tax Support Section 13A Policy

This is this Highways PFI Contract Mangement Team portion of the PFI Roadshow delivered across the Island between November 12 and January 13.

This is this Island Roads portion of the PFI Roadshow delivered across the Island between November 12 and January 13.

This document advises how to make a compliment, a comment or a complaint about children's social care services on the Isle of Wight

This document is the Outline Business Case (OBC) that supports the procurement of the next Municipal Waste Contract.

“Sexual health is an important aspect of health and wellbeing. This needs assessment brings together the information we need to understand sexual health issues for island residents and helps us plan for future service provision. Responsibilities for commissioning sexual health services are now with the Isle of Wight Council, Clinical Commissioning Groups and NHS England. We will use this needs assessment to ensure that we have comprehensive services for the whole population.”

Investigation into a complaint against

Isle of Wight Council

(reference number: 12 001 189)

2 October 2014

 

This guidance applies to any council or executive meeting and committee meetings that are open to the public. The council allows any member of the public or press to report on all public meetings subject to limited exceptions outlined below. The term reporting includes the taking of photographs, filming, audio-recording, tweeting, blogging or generally reporting on proceedings. 

The purpose of this protocol is to provide guidance, particularly, for members of the press or public on reporting of any council meeting which is held in public.

Instructions on how to register for, login to and use myAccount on www.iow.gov.uk

User guidance for staff to access there payslips online

Shows the allocations in the inner car park at the county hall complex.

Disability Facility Grant Policy Document  - outlining eligibility and processes.

How your information is used :







The Isle of Wight Council as data controller will process your personal information in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation.

This completed EIA sets out the review considerations in providing the final Council Tax Support scheme options for the financial year 2017/18 for the Full Council decision of 18.1.17 to provide a scheme from 1 April 2017. 

This completed EIA sets out the review considerations in providing Council Tax  discounts in relation to empty homes, those undergoing structural alteration and repair, and long term empty properties from 1 April 2017 to support the Council decision of 18.1.17 to provide a revised policy during 2017/18. 

Employers Certificate of Earnings form for Housing Benefit/Local Council Tax Support

A form for childcare providers to complete for Housing Benefit and Local Council Tax Support purposes.

DWP document for tenants to disclose second property details for Housing Benefit/Local Council Tax

Application for Local Council Tax Support for those who are already in receipt of Housing Benefit only

Information on payments of Housing Benefit on two homes

Information on Extended Benefit Payments of Housing Benefit and Local Council Tax Support

Information regarding changes to Private LHA tenants under the age of 35

Opening hours of the Council-run and Community Libraries 2020

These guidance notes have been written to give applicants a better understanding of the Active travel innovation grant funding stream, Please read through the guidance notes prior to submitting your application.  

These frequently asked questions have been written to help applicants answer questions they may have in relation to the Active travel innovation grant funding stream, Please check this document before contacting the service, if your question is not listed please feel free to contact us we will be happy to advise.     

This is an example of a project planning document, all applicants are expected to upload a document that outlines the timeframes of their project and key milestones that they expect to meet. It does not have to be in this style but does need to be clear and detailed.

Guidance for early years providers, mainstream schools and colleges to support children and young people who do not have an Education, Health and Care (EHC) Plan

The Isle of Wight Council has the powers to grant discretionary rate relief to any premises that meet specific criteria in accordance with legislation.  This policy provides details of the discretionary reliefs available and the EU requirements including provisions for State Aid and the details for the day to day management of discretionary reliefs.

The Government announced a temporary new relief scheme for public houses for 2017-18 only, that have a rateable value of below £100,000. Under the scheme, eligible public houses will receive a £1000 discount on their bill. The relief will have effect for 2017/18.

 

A discretionary rate relief application for £1,500 business rates discount for office space occupied by local newspapers, up to a maximum of one discount per local newspaper title and per hereditament, and up to state aid limits, for 2 years from 1st April 2017.

This is a temporary measure to support local newspapers adapt to technological changes within the industry. The relief is intended to be specifically for local newspapers and will be delivered through local authority discretionary discount powers (under

You can get small business rate relief if:

  • your property’s rateable value is less than £15,000
  • your business only uses one property - you may still be able to get relief if you use more

If you use more than one property, when you get a second property, you’ll keep getting any existing relief on your main property for 12 months.

You can still get small business rate relief on your main property after this if both the following apply:

  • none of your other properties have a rateable value above £2,899
  • the total rateable value of all your properties is less than £20,000 (£28,000 in London)

The Exceptional Hardship Fund (EHF) has been set up by the Council to assist applicants for Council Tax Reduction who are facing 'exceptional hardship'

The Local Council Tax Support Section 13A Policy.  This policy sets out how the scheme will operate and what the qualifying conditions are for making awards from April 2013 to replace Council Tax Benefit

 

 

Direct Debit mandate/instruction to complete for payment of Council Tax and or Business Rates

This document contains Building Control fees relating to table A for dwellings.

There are separate tables from A-E that can be found in this document library.

This document contains Building Control fees relating to table B for domestic extension, lofts and garages

There are separate tables from A-E that can be found in this document library.

This document contains Building Control fees relating to table C for domestic alterations.

There are separate tables from A-E that can be found in this document library.

This document contains Building Control fees relating to tables D and E for non-domestic extensions, new builds and alterations

There are separate tables from A-E that can be found in this document library.

A Market Position Statement is a tool which provides information for providers and users (and their carers) of health and social care services. It is intended to help providers:
·         make decisions about whether and how to invest in services on the Island

·         develop further opportunities for those receiving health and / or care and support using personal budgets

·         understand the future needs of people living on the Island and the predicted impacts on the demand for services

A list of amounts deducted from Housing Benefit based on a non-dependant's income

Schedule of the dates when Housing Benefit payments are paid to customers

An example of a benefit award notification and explanation as to what the different sections mean when the claim has been calculated.

This document contains a list of all current competent persons regarding Part P Electrical work.

Isle of Wight Scheme for Financing Schools effective from September 2018, detailing the financial relationship between maintained schools and the Isle of Wight Council.

Section 251 budget statement showing the planned children's services budget for the 2013/14 financial year.

Section 251 outturn statement showing children's services expenditure for the 2013/14 financial year.

Section 251 budget statement showing the planned children's services budget for the 2014/15 financial year.

Section 251 outturn statement showing children's services expenditure for the 2014/15 financial year.

Section 251 budget statement showing the planned children's services budget for the 2015/16 financial year.

Section 251 outturn statement showing children's services expenditure for the 2015/16 financial year.

Section 251 budget statement showing the planned children's services budget for the 2016/17 financial year.

Section 251 outturn statement showing children's services expenditure for the 2016/17 financial year.

Section 251 budget statement showing the planned children's services budget for the 2017/18 financial year.

Section 251 outturn statement showing children's services expenditure for the 2017/18 financial year.

Section 251 budget statement showing the planned children's services budget for the 2018/19 financial year.

List of companies that customers may need to contact during the Building Control process

This guidance note provides an introduction to the Building Control Department

Information regarding which buildings / structures may be exempt from the Building Regulations

Information relating to Garage Conversions and the Building Regulations

Information relating to maintaining garden walls

Information relating to historical buildings and fuel and power

Information relating to making a building regulation application

Information relating to making a regularisation application

Information relating to renewable energy sources

Information regarding the legislation relating to thermal elements

Information relating to Through Floor Lift Installations in Domestic Properties

Mobile Library schedule, January - August 2019.
This document includes information on the mobile library routes, dates and schedules.

The Isle of Wight is a great place to live and work.

This booklet provides information on how the Isle of Wight is a beautiful, calm, interesting, inspiring place as well as transport links and some demographics. Within the booklet you can also discover the career opportunities on offer at the Isle of Wight Council.

The delegated decision report confirming decision to go to consultation on West Wight school place planning.

Frequently asked questions (FAQs) regarding the current West Wight School Place Planning consultation.

Request for a Care Leaver Discount for a reduction to their Council Tax Liability

Care Leaver Change of Circs form to advise if moving address/change in household details

Details of  Definition of a Care leaver for the purposes of the scheme and Discounts for Care Leavers falling within the scheme.

Minutes from the public meeting/drop-in session held as part of the West Wight Schools Consultation on Wednesday 13 March 2019 at All Saints' CE Primary School. 

Final meeting minutes from the public meeting/drop-in session held on Monday 1 April 2019 at St Saviour's Catholic Primary School, as part of the West Wight School Places consultation.

Verification statement as to the result of verification of ballot paper accounts for Isle of Wight in the European Elections 2019

Verification data statement for the South East region of England in the European Election 2019.

Document outlining the temporary traffic orders in place during the 2019 Isle of Wight Festival.

Partially replaces previous Performance and Risk Management Framework

This report sets out a business case for an electric cargo bike delivery service in Newport, Isle of Wight. The service is founded on a use-case for electric cargo bikes selected at a stakeholder workshop, based around offering delivery services on behalf of various businesses to their customers as an alternative to businesses providing the service directly themselves.

This Prospectus is an invitation to groups, organisations and enterprises of all types to bid for grant funding, that they will use to support the introduction of an electric cargo bike operation, or operations, on the Isle of Wight. The funding commissioner is the Isle of Wight Council.

Guidance for management of projects within the IWC. The framework needs to be followed for all projects.  Further guidance can be obtained from Organisational Intelligence

Guidance for the management of programmes within the IWC. 

Public notice dated 19.07.2019 regarding closure of All Saints' Church of England Primary School and temporary enlargement of Yarmouth Church of England Primary School, Isle of Wight.

The Isle of Wight's Public Health Annual report for 2017/2018

Form to be completed when a customer mislays there Blue Badge

This form is to be completed by any customer wishing to request a Blue Badge or Renew

This form is to be completed by any organisations involved in the care of disabled people who require a Blue Badge

A summary of the intended work to be completed at St Mary's junction between 30 September and 20 December.

Press release announcing the start date of phases 1-4 of the St Mary's junction improvement scheme.

Press release announcing start date of phases 1-4 of the St Mary's junction improvements.

The Isle of Wight Health and Care Plan is a shared vision between the NHS and the local authority to empower people to live more independently.

Frequently Asked Questions for the St Mary's junction improvement scheme.

Illustration showing all planned, or completed, junction improvements in Newport as part of Newport Strategic Junction Improvement programme.

Introduction to the Autumn 2019 schedule of St Mary's junction improvement scheme, including user maps.

Press release about the St Mary's junction improvements public information evening on 17 October 2019.

Overview maps showing traffic arrangements during first four phases of St Mary's roundabout improvement scheme.

This form is for customers to download and hand to a health, education or social care professional to complete in support of their Blue Badge application if applying under the 'non-visible (hidden) disabilities' criterion.

Consultation results on reinstatement of Undercliff Drive to vehicular traffic - September 2019.

Public Notice consultation on the proposed closure of All Saints' Church of England Primary School, Freshwater.

Press release detailing phase 3 works at St Mary's junction - 1 November 2019.

Simplified maps showing the traffic management arrangements for the first four phases of the St Mary's Junction Improvement scheme.

Southbound - towards Newport - traffic management arrangements at St Mary's roundabout, from January 2020.

A press release issued in December 2019 providing an update on the improvements works at St Mary's roundabout.

Traffic management map for St Mary's roundabout from April until June 2020.

Form to be completed when requesting for a property to be transferred from Council Tax to Business Rates

Transforming Travel on the Isle of Wight: Transition to Transformation.

Sustainable Transport Access Fund programme evaluation 2018/19

2-page A4 PDF posters for display in public places. 

Hand cleaning techniques: How to handwash with soap and water and Hand cleaning techniques: How to handrub with alcohol handrub

Derived from WHO original. 

This form contains guidance notes to assist customers in completing the online Mandatory Charity Relief form

State Aid Law is the means by which the European Union regulates state funded support to businesses.

This document is to assist customers completing an online application form for Discretionary Rate Relief for organisations not receiving Mandatory Relief.

This document contains guidelines to assist customers completing a form for Discretionary Relief on the grounds of Hardship Section 49, of the Local Government Finance Act 1988.

This document is to assist customers in completing the application form to Discretionary Rate relief for properties in Rural Settlements.

This document provides guidelines to assist customers to complete the Discretionary Localism rate relief application form.

The document contains guidelines to assist customers in completing the application for Discretionary Rate Relief for Organisations in receipt of Mandatory Charity Relief.

This document contains guidance notes to assist customers in applying and completing the Small Business Rate Relief application form.

Building Control application fees for a dwelling from April 2020.

Building Control application fees for extensions, lofts and garages from April 2020.

Building Control application fees for domestic alterations from April 2020.

Building Control application fees for non-domestic buildings, extensions and alterations from April 2020.

The Annual Report 2019-20 is a chance to discover a summary of the council's activity during the past year (April 2019 to March 2020) and learn how we are working together to provide a financially balanced and sustainable council on behalf of the Isle of Wight Community.

This Policy relates to grants that can be applied for by Businesses that have been closed due to the Central Governments Covid pandemic Tier Systems

As a contractual requirement form the Education and Skills Funding Agency, the Adult Community Learning Service must publish details of any fees and charges it makes on any part of subcontracted programmes of adult learning.

Building Control updated fees for April 2021 - Domestic Extensions, Loft Conversions, Garages, Alterations

Building Control updated fees for April 2021 - Non-domestic extensions and alterations