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Parking Discs
(Info)
Information about parking discs. The Department of Infrastructure is responsible for the designation and enforcement of parking zones. For all information relating to parking discs, please refer to the ...
Parks, gardens and open spaces
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The Council owns and manages a variety of parks, gardens and open spaces in the borough. The Council owns and manages a variety of parks, gardens and open spaces in the borough,       ...
Pavement Cafés and Highway Licences
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Pavement Café’ is the term for the outside area of a café/restaurant etc. where seating is provided on the public highway. As part of its remit to improve the image and environment of the island’s capital, ...
Payments to the Council
(Services)
This page contains information about payments to the Council. If you have received an invoice from the Council, payments can be made by cash, cheque, debit card or direct debit. Cash/cheque payments can ...
Play areas
(Services)
The Council provides and operates several children's play areas in the Borough of Douglas. The Council provides and operates children’s play areas which have been designed and built to actively encourage ...
Police
(Info)
Douglas Borough Council enjoys a positive working relationship with the Isle of Man Constabulary. The police operate a ward-based community police structure with a specific officer attached to each ward. ...
Previous Mayors of Douglas
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This page shows the previous Mayors of Douglas.   2016 - 2017 : Councillor J. Skinner 2015 - 2016 : Councillor Mrs S. Hackman, J.P. 2014 - 2015 : Councillor S. C. Cain 2013 - ...
Procurement of Goods and Services
(Public Notices)
  As of April 1 2015 Douglas Borough Council will commence to procure certain goods and services electronically through the Procurement Section of the Council’s website. No notices will be published ...
Promenade
(Services)
Douglas promenade dates from the late 1800s when Loch Promenade was completed in 1882. Douglas promenade borders Douglas bay and is home to restaurants, clubs and hotels, as well as the Gaiety Theatre, ...
Public Toilets
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The Council operates public conveniences at a number of town centre sites. The semi-automatic cubicles feature vandal-resistant, easy-to-clean interiors with a stainless steel pan and wall-mounted wash ...
Public Transport
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Public transport ranges from an island-wide bus service to the Manx Electric Railway and the Isle of Man Steam Railway. Bus is the most readily available means of public transport. In Douglas the main ...