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Documents beginning with the letter 'W'

Woodland Habitat Action Plan
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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.



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



Wetlands Habitat Action Plan
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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



Workforce Statistics September 2011
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The Employment Figures for the Isle of Wight Council are as recorded for 30 September 2011. The figures are employment counts including Permanent, Temporary Fixed Term, Seasonal and Casual contracts but excluding Relief. Schools under the Council’s control within the reporting period are included unless otherwise stated. The Isle of Wight Council is subject to compliance with the Equality Act 2010 including the Public Sector Equality Duties. The specific duties require the council to publish relevant proportionate information which demonstrates our compliance with the Equality Duty, the information will assist in delivering on the equality duties and also shape services in a way that makes them fully accessible to all customers.



Wood Fuel Supply Strategy
File Size: 4mb    Report Click here to see more information about the document

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



Waste Contract Procurment Project - Outline Business Case: REDACTED
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This document is the Outline Business Case (OBC) that supports the procurement of the next Municipal Waste Contract.



Workrite User Guide for Schools
File Size: 524kb    Guidance Click here to see more information about the document

Guidance notes for the use of Workrite for Schools



Workrite User Guide for School Managers
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A guide to Workrite for School Managers 



Working on the Isle of Wight
File Size: 194kb    Guidance Click here to see more information about the document

Access to and around the Isle of Wight



Working for the Isle of Wight Council
File Size: 168kb    Guidance Click here to see more information about the document

Council services



Working in Childrens Social Care
File Size: 65kb    Guidance Click here to see more information about the document

Partnership with Hampshire County Council



What Next.....
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A guide to the support available in further education.



Where do you start - being in control of what is important to you Factsheet? (Adult Social Care)
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You may be in a position where you need information, advice or guidance on how best to support yourself to live as independently as possible and/or continue in your caring role.

Whether this happens in your own home or you need support, we can help you identify the most suitable type of care to meet your needs.

If you need help to live independently in your own home we may be able to help you. We will discuss with you the most suitable type of aids, adaptations, telecare, care and support that is available.

This Factsheet is intended to help anyone who needs this kind of help and support.