Open activities

  • Informing Policy to Minimise the Harms Associated with Drug Use in the Isle of Man: Public Views and Preferences

    We want to hear from members of the public and community groups, to find out more about views and opinions of what people think about issues related to illicit drug use, and the ways in which policy and practice can be developed in order to reduce harms and best support those people affected by use – whether their own, or other people’s. This follows a Tynwald resolution in December 2020 to review our strategy in addressing the harms of illegal drugs. A report was presented in June... More
    Closes 31 May 2023
  • Living Streets Scheme in Douglas Central

    The Department of Infrastructure seeks views on proposals for a ‘Living Streets’ scheme within a residential area of Douglas Central Ward, to create streets and places that are easy to move around, safe and healthy. The Department has previously received petitions from local residents, seeking the implementation of traffic calming and pedestrian safety measures in the area, including 20mph restrictions. The issues raised in the petitions are: Barriers to crossing the road... More
    Closes 12 June 2023
  • Views sought on the removal of 1p, 2p and 5p coins from circulation and the rounding of cash transactions

    The Treasury is considering the removal of 1p, 2p and 5p coins from general circulation at a date in the future (yet to be decided). From this date these coins (and their UK equivalent denominations) would cease to be legal tender on the Isle of Man. This would mean that from the agreed date members of the public could not use the 1p, 2p and 5p coins for day to day use, and retailers and institutions would not be required to accept them for payment. At the same date from... More
    Closes 28 June 2023
  • Public Consultation to inform the work of the Electoral Commission

    An Electoral Commission for the Isle of Man has been appointed and tasked to report to Tynwald by March 2024 about a series of matters. This includes a review of the number and boundaries of constituencies (which includes the number of seats per constituency.) In addition, the Electoral Commission is required to consider: Accessibility of elections to voters Postal and Proxy voting procedures The ability to vote in any polling station in a constituency Feasibility of one... More
    Closes 28 July 2023
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