Isle of Wight Council

Latest Council News

18 Jan 2023
The floating bridge
Floating bridge annual inspection

The floating bridge will undergo its annual inspection by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) in March. 

18 Jan 2023
The survey aims to understand more about rural household budgets
Rural cost of living household survey

Rural Services Network and Citizens Advice Rural Issues Group have launched a rural cost of living household survey. 

17 Jan 2023
Councillor Fuller will ask Full Council for more time for Cabinet to consider a new national planning consultation
Pause for draft Island Plan

The Cabinet member for planning and enforcement, Councillor Paul Fuller, will request that when Full Council meets on January 18, it allows more time for Cabinet to consider the implications of a new national planning consultation on both the content and programme of the Draft Island Planning Strategy (IPS).  This will be a revision of the motion agreed in November 2022.

16 Jan 2023 Last updated at 12:00
Weather warnings have been issued
Severe weather information

Latest update @11.55am 18 January 2023.

13 Jan 2023 Last updated at 17:00
Clearing debris along the Sandown to Shanklin revetment
Revetment reopens

The revetment between Sandown and Shanklin will be re-opened later today (Friday).

12 Jan 2023
Ventnor Harbour
New harbour management contract awarded

A new five-year contract to manage Ventnor Harbour has been awarded by the Isle of Wight Council.

11 Jan 2023
Renew your garden waste
Time to renew your Garden Waste

Households that pay to receive the Isle of Wight Council’s Green Garden Waste collection service will soon be able to renew their subscription from 16 January 2023.

10 Jan 2023
Website maintenance
Website downtime - 10 January 2023

Unfortunately, we need to reboot our main website servers later this evening (10pm, 10 January 2023).

09 Jan 2023
Jevon Kennedy and staff at Newport branch
Hurst voted best UK local business

Isle of Wight retailer W. Hurst & Son has taken the top spot in a nationwide search to find the UK’s favourite local business

06 Jan 2023
The landslip at Brighstone Holiday Centre
Part of Coastal Path closed

The new permissive footpath at Brighstone Holiday Centre and the Isle of Wight Coastal Path between Grange Chine and Isle of Wight Pearl have been closed following significant landslips making it unsafe to use.

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