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This documents looks at the potential tidal stream resource in the south east region, mapping tidal flows, environmental constraints and potential power output.

This document advises how to make a compliment, a comment or a complaint about children's social care services on the Isle of Wight

Please read the criteria carefully before applying. This form is to be completed and emailed to sports.unit@iow.gov.uk with your accompanying evidence. It is you (the athletes) responsibility to include all the information relevant to your application and evidence to prove your claim meets the minimum criteria. Applications that are incomplete or do not include evidence will be rejected.

This fund is being made available to support third sector organisations to deliver community support during the Covid-19 pandemic period.

Facilities time data for Trade Unions for the period from 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2020, separated into centrally employed and education employed.

'The Undercliff of the Isle of Wight, A Review of Ground Behaviour,' (1995) is a Technical Report providing important information about the ground movement problems in Ventnor, Bonchurch, Luccombe, St Lawrence and Niton (the Ventnor Undercliff). 
An additional important Technical Report produced in 1991 is also available for Ventnor, as well as a Non-Technical Report produced in 2007.

'The Undercliff of the Isle of Wight - A guide to managing ground instability' (2007) provides practical information for all those with an interest in the Undercliff (including in Ventnor, Bonchurch, Luccombe, St Lawrence, Niton and Blackgang).
It is clearly illustrated and in readable format, illustrating how good practice can contribute towards a reduction in the problems of ground movement.
More detailed Technical Reports are also available about the area.

Photos of the landslide which occurred in Totland Bay, Isle of Wight, in late December 2012.
Photos originally published in March 2013 and January 2014 (Coastal Management, Isle of Wight Council). 

A report on the landslide which occurred in Totland Bay in late December 2012. Isle of Wight Council, Coastal Management. Published January 2014.

Facilities time data for Trade Unions for the period from 1 April 2021 to 31 March 2022, separated into centrally employed and education employed.

This letter provides important information about parking and travel for residents and businesses during the
final stage of the 2022 Tour of Britain cycle race on the Isle of Wight on Sunday 11 September.

Decontamination requirements for equipment used in tattooing and skin piercing.

The guidance has been written as a key point of reference for use nationally by tattoo and body piercing practitioners who work in regulated premises, local authority officers in their regulatory role and health protection staff who are asked to provide expert advice