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Latest Consultations from Ryde Town Council

  • 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 […]
  • Ryde Interchange drop-in information point.
    Wednesday 6th October from 11:30 – 15:30 at The Royal Esplanade Hotel, Ryde. Drop-in to have a look at the latest Ryde interchange plans. There will be an Isle of Wight Council representatives on hand that can answer any questions you may have.
  • Draft Island Planning Strategy Roadshow is coming to Ryde.
    Tuesday 14th September at Garfield Methodist Church, Ryde 5pm – 7pm. A 15 – 20minute presentation followed by a Q&A session The Isle of Wight Council have prepared a Draft Island Planning Strategy for public consultation and are seeking your views on the document. The document is used to shape the way Island will work […]
  • Ryde Transport Interchange Consultation
    In July last year, the Isle of Wight Council was successfully awarded £10m from the Government’s Transforming Cities Fund for a project to improve Ryde Transport Interchange.  The funding bid was part of wider, co-ordinated initiative with Portsmouth City Council and Hampshire County Council (together as South East Hampshire Rapid Transport SEHRT) to enhance sustainable […]
  • Ryde Transport Interchange Consultation
    What is this all about? In July last year, the Isle of Wight Council was successfully awarded £10m from the Government’s Transforming Cities Fund for a project to improve Ryde Transport Interchange.  The funding bid was part of wider, co-ordinated initiative with Portsmouth City Council and Hampshire County Council (together as South East Hampshire Rapid […]
  • Vectis Hall Consultation
    Ryde Town Council purchased Vectis Hall with the aim of bringing the building back into use for the community, this is something that is incredibly important to us and we would love to hear your ideas and views on Vectis Hall.
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