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Strategic Asset Management (previously Property Services) provides the corporate property function for the Isle of Wight Council. In short this comprises Asset Management (the strategic overview and direction of travel of the Council’s property assets), Estates Management (property acquisitions and disposals, rent renewals, lease renewals, valuations), Building Maintenance (reactive and planned maintenance and repair, energy management) and Building Design (major capital building projects, project management).

Parking Annual Report for the financial year to 31st March 2011.

The aim of the statement of Purpose is to:

Meet the requirements of section 44 of the Children Act 2004 and replace regulations( the Children (Private Arrangements for Fostering) Regulations 2005, which came into force on 1 July 2005.

It is designed to ensure the wellbeing of children who may be living by private arrangement with people other than close relatives.

Parking Annual Report for the financial year 1 April 2011 to 31 March 2012.  Under the Traffic Management Act 2004, the council has a responsibility to publish a report on annual performance of the parking service - this must be done within 6 months of the end of the financial year (end of September).

This is the report of the Director of Public Health for the Isle of Wight for 2013.

The report focuses on the needs of children living on the Island. This is because investing in our children’s health and wellbeing will not only benefit today’s children but will improve their lives as they grow into adults and therefore affect the lives of future generations.

A policy for the Planning Enforcement section of Planning Services

How your information is used :

The Isle of Wight Council as data controller is committed to keeping your personal information safe and processing it in accordance with our obligations under the General Data Protection Regulation. We will keep your information accurate and up to date and we will not keep your information longer than necessary.

This Privacy Notice explains how Revenues & Benefits, & Blue Badge use your personal information, who we share it with, your legal rights and the ways in which we protect your privacy. 

A study undertaken by Price Waterhouse Cooper (PWC) into devolution and the future of local government - Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.

A Price Waterhouse Cooper study into the future of local government in the Heart of Hampshire. 

A study by Price Waterhouse Cooper (PWC) into Solent Authorities - devolution and the future of local government.

The Isle of Wight Council's Procurement Strategy 2019-2022 which was approved at the Cabinet meeting on the 14 November 2019.

The attached draft Practice Guidance for the Education of Children in Care sets out the expectations of the Isle of Wight Council’s Children’s Services in respect of the education of children in care.

This guidance reflects the statutory guidance on the duty on Local Authorities to promote as set out by the Department of Education (DfE) in ‘Promoting the Education of Looked After Children’ 2014.

Guidance notes to assist with completing an application to vary a Premises Licence under the Licensing Act 2003.

The conditions that will be attached to a Pet Shop Licence and related guidance.

This is the Equality Impact Assessment related to the Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment 2018-20.

Licensing Act 2003 - Application for a Premises Licence Guidance Notes

Licensing Act 2003 - Guidance Notes regarding an application for a Personal Licence

The Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) for the Isle of Wight was produced in accordance with statutory requirements set out in the National Health Service (Pharmaceutical and Local Pharmaceutical Services) Regulations 2013.

The PNA is a statement of the needs of the Island’s population in relation to pharmaceutical services, and since April 2013, Health and Wellbeing boards (HWBs) have been responsible for publishing and updating their local PNA.

The PNA takes account of the strategic context of the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA). This is an assessment of the population’s health and wellbeing needs, based on demographic, health and care data as well as current service provision.

Privacy Notice - Parking Administration for Permits and Penalty Charges

Guidance to be used in conjunction with the Post-LAC education plan (ages 2 - 16)

Guidance to completing the EPAC for Post-LAC / Adopted children (Aged 2 to 16)

The purpose of the public facing document is to reassure the public that effective plans are in place to manage the effect of the Festival on the local community.

The Isle of Wight's Public Health Annual report for 2017/2018

The health and wellbeing of older people on the Isle of Wight 18/19

Traffic management map for St Mary's roundabout from April until June 2020.

The Isle of Wight Council is committed to keeping your personal information safe and processing it in accordance with our obligations under the General Data Protection Regulation.  This document details our Privacy notice for COVID-19 response activity

The Participation Annual Report has been approved by senior management, and its introduction should start with a public thank you to all the Participation Leads and colleagues that have contributed to its success. Participation is everyone’s business and, thankfully, the Isle of Wight has not been caught short of willing workers, whether it be sharing examples of participation, booking families on to have your say week, or supporting a come dine with me session, we would not be able to achieve what we have without you all.

Nationally, the Island is held in very high regard for its participation offer. Other Local Authorities regularly make contact to find out what we do, how we do it and what good practice they can aim to replicate in their own authority. Coram Voice have continued its close relationship with the Island and this year we achieved a 72% response rate for their ‘Bright Spots’ survey – the best response rate in the country!

Whilst the small issue of a global pandemic did manage to postpone some of our larger events in 2020, young people were supported to continue to get involved and one of the unexpected positives was the inclusion of our young people that live on the mainland, in meetings and interviews. This would not have happened as easily prior to lockdown and the migration to online ways of working.

Lastly, thank you again to all the workers within children’s services, for your efforts to ensure that the voice of children and young people is actively listened to. It is something we do well and should be proud of.

A summary providing examples of past coastal defences schemes and works undertaken on the Isle of Wight.

A Policy statement on the Isle of Wight Council's commitment to fair treatment; including an overview on the disclosure process.  

COVID-19: addressing inequalities in mental health and wellbeing across the Isle of Wight

Since April 2013 every health and wellbeing board in England has a legal responsibility to publish and keep up to date a statement of the needs for pharmaceutical services of the population in its area, referred to as a pharmaceutical needs assessment (PNA). The PNA looks at existing provision of community pharmacy services across the Isle of Wight, whether this meets the current and future needs of the population and identifies any gaps in current or future provision.

Some segments of the population may have specific needs in relation to pharmaceutical
services and these are examined in this document.

This report is a summary of the findings of a planning peer challenge organised by the Local
Government Association (LGA) in cooperation with the Planning Advisory Service (PAS) and
carried out by trained local government peers. Peer challenges are managed and delivered by the
sector for the sector. They are improvement oriented and are tailored to meet individual councils’
needs. They are designed to complement and add value to a council’s own performance and
improvement focus. They help planning services review what they are trying to achieve, how they
are going about it; what they are doing well and where they need to improve.

This report is a summary of the findings of a planning peer challenge organised by the Local

Government Association (LGA) in cooperation with the Planning Advisory Service (PAS) and

carried out by trained local government peers. Peer challenges are managed and delivered by the

sector for the sector. They are improvement oriented and are tailored to meet individual councils’

needs. They are designed to complement and add value to a council’s own performance and

improvement focus. They help planning services review what they are trying to achieve, how they

are going about it; what they are doing well and where they need to improve.