– Consultations

Latest Consultations from Ryde Town Council

  • Consultation Survey – former St Mary’s Convent School
    Colliers want to hear your views on regeneration options for the vacant former St Mary’s Convent School, Ryde. It is a short survey that should only take 5-10 minutes to complete. Colliers think that the principal ways in which the substantial area not in the use of the Parish could be redeveloped are: 1.            As […]
  • Half Term Dates 2023/24 Consultation
    The Isle of Wight Council is considering changes to the autumn half term holiday from 2023/24 onwards. The IW council is asking schools, parents and island residents to give their views about the school holiday calendar. Please complete short online survey for your say – Online Survey The survey will be open until 18 March […]
  • Small voluntary and community groups invited to help support the mental health and wellbeing of people across the Island.
    The Isle of Wight Council is inviting applications from small voluntary and community groups to help support the mental health and wellbeing of people across the Island. The Public Health Team, in partnership with Mental Health Champion Cllr Michael Lilley and IOW Healthwatch have developed a Mental Wellbeing Small Grants Fund to support voluntary, community […]
  • TONIGHT! Information drop-in evening for Ryde Harbour/Marina.
    The drop-in evening will be chance for key stakeholders and members of the public to view Ryde Town Councils plans and ask any questions you might have. It will also give Ryde Town Council a chance to hear your views, idea’s and consult on our plans. Everyone is welcome! Ryde Marina Bowls Club,Esplanade, Ryde PO33 […]
  • Ryde shopfront improvement scheme
    The project will help restore or rebuild historic shopfronts in Ryde’s High Street. Grant funding will be available to support high quality schemes which enhance the area. If you are a building owner in the High Street area of Ryde and would like to restore a shopfront please visit iwhaz.uk  for more information on eligibility […]
  • what you love about your High Street?
    Whether it’s the memory of the place you bought your first ever album, a shop that’s become part of your weekend routine, or a place you go to meet friends and family, Historic England wants to hear about it. Those stories will come together to build a national picture of what makes high streets so […]
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