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  • April News from Sandown South. By Cllr Ian Ward

    Due to unforeseen problems the refurbishment of Island Line had been delayed for approximately six weeks so the service won’t restart until mid-May. There are rumours going around that it won’t be finished until September, while that may be accurate as work will continue after the new service re-starts.

    Posted by Cllr Ian Ward at Thursday, April 1st, 2021

  • April News from Lake South by Cllr Paul Brading

    I hope all of my residents are keeping safe and well, and that many of you have now received your vaccinations. The last 12 months have been an extraordinary challenge in so many ways, but I do now feel that there is light at the end of the tunnel.

    Posted by Cllr Paul Brading at Thursday, April 1st, 2021

  • February News from Central Newport. By Cllr Julie Jones-Evans

    There’s quite a few things going on despite lockdown, thankfully we can still have video meetings to keep moving things forward. Newport and Carisbrooke Community Council is setting next year's budget this month and I expect a cut in the precept residents will have to pay, which will be welcomed.

    Posted by Cllr Julie Jones-Evans at Thursday, February 4th, 2021

  • February News from Ryde North East. By Cllr Wayne Whittle

    There has been much change since I wrote my last report in early December for publication in the January issue, not only did we find ourselves in lockdown number three and quickly put in the highest tier, we also discovered that the South of England Avian Flu had reached Ryde affecting our waterfowl on Canoe Lake.

    Posted by Cllr Wayne Whittle at Tuesday, February 2nd, 2021

  • February News from Lake South by Cllr Paul Brading

    Since the failed appeal against enforcement actions by the owner and his agent nothing at all has happened on the site, which is very disappointing. The land levels remain completely different than before the illegal works happened, and none of the buried materials have been removed.

    Posted by Cllr Paul Brading at Tuesday, February 2nd, 2021


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