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This Habitat Action Plan has been prepared through consultation with a range of organisations and specialists within the Isle of Wight BAP Partnership. It covers a ten-year period from 2004-2014, with a review in 2009. This action plan embraces a number of estuarine and coastal habitats that are identified as individual habitatstypes within the UK BAP. The plan will assist in ensuring that national objectives for coastal and estuarine habitats identified under the UK Biodiversity Action Plan are translated into effective action on the Island, taking into account local issues. The habitats occur in the major estuaries and along the Solent coastline.

The Isle of Wight Council and the Isle of Wight NHS, together with the Isle of Wight Rural Community Council and the Voluntary Sector Cabinet, have asked Island residents, including our voluntary and community organisations (VCOs), how we can create a thriving third sector on the Isle of Wight. This strategy reflects what people have told us. It sets out what we want to achieve and a way of meeting the many national and local objectives for our community including Eco Island, our Sustainable Community Strategy.

This document sets out the Isle of Wight Council’s policy, for the next three years,
commencing on 31 January 2010, in respect of its licensing functions under the
Gambling Act 2005. Hereafter, the Isle of Wight Council shall be referred to as the
‘Licensing Authority’. During this three year period the Policy will be kept under
review and may be revised by the Licensing Authority at any time.

This document sets out the Isle of Wight Council’s policy in respect of its licensing functions for street trading in the Isle of Wight.

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.

The Council currently has two separate contracts that provide support and advice to people with

a sensory impairment. The contract supporting people with sight impairment is run by the Isle of

Wight Society for the Blind whilst the other contract supporting people with a hearing impairment

is run by Action on Hearing Loss.

The intention is to bring together both of these services into one single contract and to provide

increased support to people who are deaf blind, children in transition who are not in education

and people with other related sensory impairments.

The Local Government Finance Bill 2012 and the Rating (Property in Common Occupation) and Council Tax (Empty Dwellings) Act 2018 amend the Local Government Finance Act 1992 allowing local discretion over the implementation of certain discounts and charges applied within the Council Tax regime.   The changes in legislation require the Council to determine the levels of discounts in respect of second homes, dwellings which are unoccupied and substantially unfurnished and dwellings which are unoccupied, substantially unfurnished and in need of repair.  Section 11 Policy

“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.”

The purpose of this procedure is to ensure that all staff working within the department are aware of their roles and responsibilities in respect of work to safeguard children.

User guidance for staff to access there payslips online

The funding framework which replaces Local Management of Schools is based on the legislative provisions in sections 48 of the School Standards and Framework Act 1998.
The changes in the 2015 Scheme are those directed by the Department for Education in August 2015.

The presentation slides regarding the Solent Deal consultation; presented by Councillor Jonathan Bacon (Leader) and John Metcalfe (Chief Executive) of the Isle of Wight Council, at stakeholder meetings during August and September 2016, including the public meeting held on 31 August 2016 at Medina Theatre.

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

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

This is the Isle of Wight's framework taken from DCLGs financial framework.

Information relating to the phasing of works for St Marys junction improvements

Notice of proposal to amend the Common Land Register (CL20) by removing the public conveniences located on St Helens Green

Proposal to amend the Common Land Register (CL20) by removing the public conveniences located on St Helens Green

Photograph associated with the proposal to amend the Common Land Register (CL20) by removing the public conveniences located on St Helens Green

Document 1 (The Plan) associated with the proposal to amend the Common Land Register (CL20) by removing the public conveniences located on St Helens Green


1939 OS Extract Document 2 associated with the proposal to amend the Common Land Register (CL20) by removing the public conveniences located on St Helens Green


1947 OS Extract Document 3 associated with the proposal to amend the Common Land Register (CL20) by removing the public conveniences located on St Helens Green


1961 OS Extract Document 4 associated with the proposal to amend the Common Land Register (CL20) by removing the public conveniences located on St Helens Green


1906 Scheme of Management document 6 associated with the proposal to amend the Common Land Register (CL20) by removing the public conveniences located on St Helens Green


Common Register Extract document 7 associated with the proposal to amend the Common Land Register (CL20) by removing the public conveniences located on St Helens Green


1970 OS Extract document 8 associated with the proposal to amend the Common Land Register (CL20) by removing the public conveniences located on St Helens Green


1993 Planning Consent document 9 associated with the proposal to amend the Common Land Register (CL20) by removing the public conveniences located on St Helens Green


Aerial photograph c1969 document 5 associated with the proposal to amend the Common Land Register (CL20) by removing the public conveniences located on St Helens Green

In 2017 Portsmouth, Southampton, Gosport and Isle of Wight councils came together to adopt a partnership approach to delivering the covenant within the Solent region of the wider County of Hampshire. Entitled Strengthening Local Covenant delivery, the aim of this partnership is to:

Raise awareness among serving personnel, reservists and veterans of the support they can expect from local authorities;

Provide a broader understanding of the needs of the local veteran population as well as serving personnel during transition to civilian life;Evaluate the impact of these initiatives.

The Solent Armed Forces Covenant Partnership Board representing Portsmouth, Southampton and Gosport, and the Isle of Wight Civil Military Partnership Boards, refreshed in 2017, provides strategic governance for local delivery of the Covenant.
We estimate that 76,207 adults and children are part of the Solent Armed Forces community. The Solent Armed Forces Covenant Partnership have worked together to understand the needs of this community in the form of the Solent Armed Forces Needs Assessment

In 2017, following a local authority funding competition, the Isle of Wight Council was awarded £1.35m from the
Access Fund by the Department for Transport, to fund delivery of the three-year ‘Transforming Travel on the
Isle of Wight: Transition to Transformation’ programme.

The Smarter Choice Consultancy Ltd. and Lorax Environmental Associates have been commissioned by Isle of Wight Council to independently evaluate the Transforming Travel programme. They have worked with individual projects to advise on best practice in data collection, and are using the data subsequently collected by the projects to assess Transforming Travel’s outcomes.

Following a programme of engagement and co-production with people on the Isle of Wight who have a sensory impairment or who care for someone with a sensory impairment, this report outlines the key themes and trends which were detailed in the responses received.

This document aims to answer some of the most frequently asked questions regarding the Sustainable transport innovation grant, if you have any questions regarding to your application form that are not answered here you can contact us at sports.unit@iow.gov.uk

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

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.

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

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

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.

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

Simple guidelines for the public for when they want to use IWC's social media platforms.

On 28th September 2020, the Government passed into law a national Test and Trace Support scheme. From 12th October, a one-off payment of £500 or access to a discretionary fund will be available for eligible individuals

Consultation on Isle of Wight Council’s proposed Special Educational Needs (SEN) banding framework for children and young people who have Education, Health and Care (EHC) plans in mainstream schools.

Consultation on Isle of Wight Council’s proposed Special Educational Needs (SEN) banding framework for children and young people who have Education, Health and Care (EHC) plans in mainstream schools.

Suicide Postvention Protocol for schools and colleges - to support educational establishments to develop their own postvention plan and to provide support if a suspected death by suicide, has occurred (pupil or teaching staff). 

An introduction and brief paper to explain what the draft Island planning Strategy will be doing