Posts tagged ‘IW Radio’


Putting out your rubbish too early could lead to a £75.

That’s the warning from the Isle of Wight Council, as it continues to crackdown on keeping the Island’s streets tidy. The council says its Environment and Neighbourhoods Officers have powers to issue on-the-spot fines to homeowners who leave their waste out days ahead of it being collected. (more…)


December 5, 2009 at 3:50 pm Leave a comment


It could take almost 12 years to house everyone on the Island’s housing waiting list.

Shelter says that with the local waiting list at more than 5,200 households, but only 450 homes let by the local authority last year, it could mean residents stuck on the list until 2021. The housing charity has blamed the severe shortage of affordable homes in the area and has called on the Island’s MP, Andrew Turner, to ensure housing is a top election priority. (more…)

December 5, 2009 at 3:45 pm Leave a comment

Andy Sutton Resigns As Leader of IW Council: David Pugh Takes Over

We see the leader story that Andy Sutton, Leader of the Council has resigned! Have a guess at the reason for Andy Sutton’s departure?, might it have something to do with the Planning Department?

According to IW Radio, Mr Sutton was concerned over how a planning application in Shanklin had been handled. He has made a request that the chairman of IOW Council’s Standard Committee investigate the planning application. If that wasn’t surprising enough, 26 27 year old David Pugh has officially become the new leader. (more…)

September 19, 2007 at 1:38 pm Leave a comment


Any of you living in a ward represented by these people?

Please do everything you can to remind the electorate of the dangers of block voting

Ivan Bulwer Binstead / Fishbourne

Richard Hollis Parkhurst

Susan Jane Scoccia Ventnor West

Allowance To Triple

David G. Williams Shanklin Central

John Vere Hobart Carisbrooke

Jerry White Lake

David Pugh Needs to go aswell!

We need informed independents, not idiots reading from a pre-determined script so they can sing in unison. Expose them and the damage they’ve done to our school system and our eco island image (the one thing that could resurrect the Island economy long term).

Get them out and watch how this island progresses/regenerates

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