Closed Consultations Awaiting Analysis

Newport Harbour Consultation - UNDERGOING ANALYSIS

Start of consultation: 25 Nov 2016
End of consultation: 13 Jan 2017

Background:

Views are being sought on the options for the future management of Newport Harbour. A proposed harbour revision order has been prepared by the council. Your views and comments on the proposed order will inform the process and executive decision on whether it should be progressed.


Outcome:
The council is now analysing the comments received in regards to the Newport Harbour consultation.

Primary Admissions Consultation (for 2018/19) - UNDERGOING ANALYSIS

Start of consultation: 28 Nov 2016
End of consultation: 09 Jan 2017

Background:

The Isle of Wight Council must by law determine, before 28 February 2017, the arrangements that will apply to school admissions in the academic year 2018/19. Following a request from schools for whom they are the Admissions Authority, a proposal to add “staff child” into position 4 of their over subscription criteria has been received. We are seeking your views on the proposal that children of staff should be included within the over subscription criteria list.


Outcome:
The council is now analysing the comments received in regards to the Primary Admissions consultation (for 2018/19).

Waste & Recycling Customer Satisfaction Survey 2016 - UNDERGOING ANALYSIS

Start of consultation: 11 Nov 2016
End of consultation: 23 Dec 2016

Background:

The Isle of Wight Council is responsible for the collection, treatment and disposal of household waste and recycling produced on the Isle of Wight. At present, household waste and recycling is collected, treated and disposed of through a contract with Amey. We would like to hear your views on the recycling and waste service you currently receive or purchase as well as considerations for the future.


Outcome:
The council is now analysing the comments received in regards to the Waste & Recycling Customer Satisfaction Survey.

Sugar Smart Island Consultation - UNDERGOING ANALYSIS

Start of consultation: 10 Oct 2016
End of consultation: 09 Dec 2016

Background:

The Isle of Wight Council, along with Public Health England, are running a campaign highlighting the problem of the amounts of sugar in some of our food and drinks. The ‘Sugar Smart Island’ initiative is to make people aware of the high levels of sugar in certain food and drinks and work towards tackling the problem of consuming too much sugar.


Outcome:
The council is now analysing the comments received in regards to the Sugar Smart Island consultation.

Guidelines for Recycling and Refuse Storage in New Developments Consultation draft SPD - UNDERGOING ANALYSIS

Start of consultation: 04 Nov 2016
End of consultation: 05 Dec 2016

Background:

By setting out recycling and refuse storage provision guidelines, the council is providing a clear direction on what it expects to see provided as part of new development and will be the basis for any negotiations over provision. It does not cover issues such as frequency of collection; whilst the approach set out in the draft SPD compliments these, such issues are addressed through the council’s waste collection contract.


Outcome:
The council is now analysing the comments received in regards to the Guidelines for Recycling and Refuse Storage in New Developments Consultation.

Guidelines for Parking Provision (as part of new developments) Consultation draft SPD - UNDERGOING ANALYSIS

Start of consultation: 28 Oct 2016
End of consultation: 28 Nov 2016

Background:

By setting out parking provision guidelines, the council is providing a clear direction on what it expects to see provided as part of new development and will be the basis for any negotiations over provision. It does not cover issues such as public car parking provision, parking charges and parking permits. Whilst the approach set out in the draft SPD compliments these, such issues are addressed through the council’s Parking Strategy.


Outcome:
The council is now analysing the comments received in regards to the Guidelines for Parking Provision (as part of new developments) Consultation draft SPD.

IWC Council Tax Reduction Scheme 2017/18 Consultation - UNDERGOING ANALYSIS

Start of consultation: 15 Sep 2016
End of consultation: 10 Nov 2016

Background:
All of the local authorities within England have a difficult financial situation to manage over the next three years and will have to make savings and increase income. Part of these savings could come from reducing the amount of financial help, provided to residents on low incomes, through the council tax reduction scheme. If these savings are not made the savings will have to be found from somewhere else. This is a complex issue. Any decision affects more than this scheme. We would like you to read the full background information before giving your opinion.

Outcome:
The council is now analysing the comments received in regards to the IWC Council Tax Reduction Scheme 2017/18 Consultation.

IWC Planning Application Local List Validation Requirements Consultation - UNDERGOING ANALYSIS

Start of consultation: 23 Sep 2016
End of consultation: 07 Nov 2016

Background:
The Isle of Wight Council, as local planning authority (LPA), has reviewed the local information required when an application for planning permission is submitted, and is seeking your views on proposed changes. The proposed revised local list requirements have been identified to enable the LPA to continue to improve the service it offers to applicants, to contribute to streamlining internal validation processes and to ensure officers have the information they need to determine applications correctly and as quickly as possible.

Outcome:
The council is now analysing the comments received in regards to the IWC Planning Application Local List Validation Requirements Consultation.

Solent Devolution Consultation - UNDERGOING ANALYSIS

Start of consultation: 22 Jul 2016
End of consultation: 18 Sep 2016

Background:
We would really value you spending a few minutes to provide some feedback on our proposals for a Solent Mayoral Combined Authority. The Isle of Wight Council, Portsmouth City Council, Southampton City Council and Solent Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) are in the process of negotiating a devolution deal with government. This consultation will help shape the submission we make to central government in September 2016. We need your views.

We are consulting on the ‘draft Scheme’ which is a legal document that sets out the plans which will be sent to central government. We recommend that you read about the proposals at solentdeal.co.uk before you complete this questionnaire.


Outcome:
The council is now analysing the comments received in regards to the Solent Devolution Consultation.

Isle of Wight Rights of Way Improvement Plan Consultation - UNDERGOING ANALYSIS

Start of consultation: 20 Jun 2016
End of consultation: 16 Sep 2016

Background:
Under the Countryside and Rights of Way (CROW) Act 2000, all local highway authorities are required to adopt and publish a Rights of Way Improvement Plan (RoWIP), the key function of which is to set out how improvements made by the highway authority to the public rights of way network will provide a better experience for users. The Isle of Wight Council published its first RoWIP in 2006, and is required under the CROW Act to review the plan at intervals of not more than ten years. We would like to hear your views around the extent to which the existing RoWIP still meets the needs of its audience.

Outcome:
The council is now analysing the comments received in regards to the Isle of Wight Rights of Way Improvement Plan Consultation.

Isle of Wight Council Parking Strategy 2016-21 Consultation - UNDERGOING ANALYSIS

Start of consultation: 10 May 2016
End of consultation: 05 Jul 2016

Background:

The Isle of Wight Council has produced a draft Parking Strategy which outlines the council’s commitment to effectively managing the future of parking provisions on the Island. We would like to hear your views on the recommendations presented within the strategy, as it is important that it reflects the views of residents and local businesses.


Outcome:
The council is now analysing the comments received in regards to the Isle of Wight Council Parking Strategy 2016-21 Consultation.

Transitions Protocol Consultation - UNDERGOING ANALYSIS

Start of consultation: 26 Jan 2016
End of consultation: 22 Apr 2016

Background:

The Isle of Wight Council and the Isle of Wight Clinical Commissioning Group are undertaking a consultation on the proposed draft Isle of Wight Multi Agency Transitions Protocol. The aim of this protocol is to clarify the role of each agency to simplify and promote better understanding of the processes involved in accessing support leading up to and during transition from children to adult services.


Outcome:
The council is now analysing the comments received in regards to the Transitions Protocol Consultation.

Area Action Plan Consultation - UNDERGOING ANALYSIS

Start of consultation: 06 Nov 2015
End of consultation: 21 Dec 2015

Background:

Within the Core Strategy, the council have identified three key regeneration areas. These areas cover Medina Valley, Ryde and the Bay. Each area is different in character and has different issues and challenges. Because of this, the council thinks that each area needs a bespoke approach to facilitating growth and to addressing these issues and challenges.


Outcome:
The council is now analysing the comments received in regards to the Area Action Plan Consultation.

Core Strategy Policy SP2 (Housing) Review - UNDERGOING ANALYSIS

Start of consultation: 26 Mar 2015
End of consultation: 11 May 2015

Background:

The Isle of Wight Council adopted the Island Plan Core Strategy in March 2012. It consists of nine strategic policies and 22 more detailed development management policies. Policy SP2 (Housing) states that the plan provides for 8,320 dwellings over the period 2011-2027 (which is an average of 520 per year).

The review was undertaken to establish the council’s objectively assessed requirements in relation to housing, and to address concerns that the adopted distribution could not realistically be delivered and did not address a number of local and Island-wide issues.


Outcome:
The council is awaiting information from work being undertaken to understand whether there are any implications on the SP2 review process. For a review update, please click here.