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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 in any other media.


Revocation of a reserved parking place on Castlemona Avenue - Any objections to the proposal which you may wish to make should be sent to Highway Services, Regulations Section, Sea Terminal, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 2RF on or before Friday 9 March 2018.


Douglas Borough Council is seeking quotations a for public address system and stage for the 2017 Fireworks Display, Armistice Day and Remembrance Sunday.

Douglas Borough Council Statement of Accounts


Isle of Man Local Government Superannuation Scheme Pension Fund Annual Report

Douglas Borough Council invites proposals for a media partner for three events to be organised in 2018.

Douglas Borough Council invites proposals for sponsorship for three events to be organised in 2018.

The Douglas Borough Council is supporting the Government's Electoral Register Campaign. 

Why be on the Electoral Register?

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Noble’s Park Fun Day


Douglas Borough Council invites concessions, e.g. catering vehicles, bouncy castles, children’s rides, charity stalls, to reserve at pitch at the 2018 Noble’s Park Fun Day on Saturday, 4th August, 2018.


The cost per pitch for catering vehicles is £25, and the cost per children’s ride and bouncy castles is £10 per attraction.


Charity stalls and car boot stalls are free to reserve.


Please complete the attached application form to reserve a pitch.


Bouncy castles and children’s rides will be required to provide evidence that the equipment has been fully inspected at least once every twelve months by a competent person, ADIPS inspection preferred.


Catering vehicles will be required to provide a copy of the relevant food hygiene certificates and the registered DEFA number.


Proof of public liability insurance is required for bouncy castles, children’s rides and catering vehicles.


Please contact for more information.


Council joins forces with Beach Buddies in Love Where You Live initiative


Douglas Borough Council is joining forces with Beach Buddies as the Manx charity urges two schools in Douglas to ‘Love Where You Live’, the Keep Britain Tidy campaign urging communities to come together on volunteer projects aimed at respecting and protecting their local environment.


On March 23 Beach Buddies will be working alongside pupils from Anagh Coar and Manor Park schools to clean up their school grounds, supported by volunteers from the Council and Isle of Man Friends of the Earth.


The following day, March 24, will see Beach Buddies and their supporters join the pupils’ parents and the wider Pulrose and Anagh Coar community on a litter-clearing session.


Beach Buddies is looking to expand the project to cover every school across the Island, asking all 15,000 school children and their families to take part during the ‘Year of Our Island 2018’.


Beach Buddies’ founder Bill Dale said: ‘The aim of the project is to set a precedent in the British Isles by engaging with everyone in the community across the Island to take part in two major events each year, to clear up existing litter hotspots and then to keep on top of the problem regularly in the future.’


Isle of Man Friends of the Earth coordinator Pete Christian said: ‘Isle of Man Friends of the Earth are delighted to support this joint initiative in taking practical steps to improve one important aspect of our environment.’


Environmental Services Committee Chair Councillor Ritchie McNicholl said: ‘We’re pleased to be joining Beach Buddies in this initiative, as it builds on the Council’s long-running series of ‘Big Tidy Up’ campaigns and complements our support of Love Where You Live, which we launched in October last year.


‘Litter is very much a community problem that demands a community response. Our street cleansing teams do all they can but the Council alone cannot rid the town of litter; to achieve that, it has to be a shared endeavour.


‘It’s about changing attitudes and behaviour, and encouraging communities to develop a strong sense of civic pride. Initiatives such as this led by Beach Buddies can help to raise awareness and make a very real difference - hopefully not just for the life of the campaign, but for the long-term future of our town and our island.’

Douglas Borough Council Waste Department advise that there could be some disruption to refuse and kerbside collections this week due to the predicted weather conditions. Decisions to delay the service are never taken lightly, updates will be issued when available. Should you have any queries please call 696445.


The Borough of Douglas was among the communities across the Commonwealth supporting 'Fly a Flag for the Commonwealth 2018' yesterday (Monday, 12th March) when at 10:00am Her Worship the Mayor of Douglas, Councillor Miss Debbie Pitts JP, raised the Commonwealth flag outside the Douglas Town Hall. Her Worship was joined by Members of the Council and senior officers, and read the Commonwealth affirmation 'Joining together as members of one worldwide Commonwealth community and valuing the personal dignity and worth of every citizen, we raise this flag as a symbol of the ties of kinship and affinity we cherish'.