Latest Council News

02 Sep 2021
The council will consider a new D-BID proposal next week
Councillors to consider D-BID support

Council support for the delivery of a range of tourism activities will be considered by Isle of Wight councillors next week.

02 Sep 2021
Ryde Interchange
Big response to Ryde Interchange plans

Hundreds of residents registered their views about the proposed transformation of Ryde Interchange.

02 Sep 2021
Photo credit: Dawn at Brading Marsh Visit Isle of Wight
Island zero carbon future strategy

A climate and environment strategy setting out how the Isle of Wight can become carbon-neutral by 2040 will be discussed at Cabinet next week.

01 Sep 2021
Newport could bid for city status
Cabinet to consider city status bid

Newport — the Island's county town — could throw its hat into the ring to be granted city status as part of honours being awarded for the Queen's 2022 Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

31 Aug 2021
The food waste roadshow has been extended
Food waste roadshow success

Following the success of the recent food waste roadshow, the Isle of Wight council and partners Amey would like to say thank you to all the residents who visited the recent food waste roadshow this summer. The roadshow has been extended into September with new dates.

25 Aug 2021
The partnership is part of the on-going crackdown on littering
New partnership on litter campaign

Isle of Wight Council is teaming up with Keep Britain Tidy as part of its continuing campaign to keep our beautiful Island tidy.

18 Aug 2021
Resurfacing work set to start at St George's Way
Resurfacing to start at St George's Way

Island Roads and the Isle of Wight Council are reminding residents that diversions will be in place during forthcoming night-time work to resurface St George’s Way in Newport.

13 Aug 2021 Last updated at 13:00
St George’s Way
Road to reopen at St George’s Way

St George’s Way at Newport is set to re-open in both directions on Saturday 14 August 2021 and the diversion through the town that has been in place during work will also be lifted.

13 Aug 2021
A woman wearing a mask
COVID-19 testing remains essential

“Testing for COVID-19 remains a key tool in our fight against the virus”, says Johanna Jefferies, Associate Director of Public Health for the Isle of Wight.

From Monday (16 August), changes to self-isolation come into force.

13 Aug 2021
Website maintenance
Essential website maintenance: 29 August

Unfortunately, during this time, there will be no access to the website or associated services.

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