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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 was first produced in 2003 and reviewed in 2009. The UK Biodiversity Action Plan (BAP) identifies a total of six native woodland types as priority haitats, of which three can be found on the Isle of Wight, namely: Lowland mixed deciduous woodland, wet woodland, wood-pasture and parkland.

The Woodland Bat HAP covers a suite of old forest bat species, which are dependent upon woodland and wood-pasture habitat for their survival.

This Habitat Action Plan has been prepared through consultation with a range of organisations and specialists withing the Isle of Wight BAP partnership. It covers a ten-year period from 2002- 2012, with a review in 2007

This report looks at the potential biomass fuel supply on the Island, considering forestry, waste wood and agricultural residues.

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

A guide to the support available in further education.

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.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) in relation to the West Wight school places planning supplementary consultation.

Final meetings from the public consultation meeting held 07.06.2019 regarding West Wight schools place planning.

A presentation submitted from a Yarmouth parent regarding West Wight school place planning. 

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.

Isle of Wight Council is the Waste Collection Authority (WCA) and Waste Disposal Authority (WDA) for the Isle of Wight. The overall aim of the Council is to provide accessible, efficient, and sustainable waste services to Island residents, at an affordable cost.

This Policy documents operational principles that represent current practice of waste services on the Isle of Wight.

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