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Useful information about the aerospace sector in Portsmouth.
Information on the number of advertising opportunities the council offers around the city.
Information about Portsmouth City Council as an Apprenticeship provider.
Guidance for retailers to help enforce age-restricted products.
Information and frequently asked questions about applying for and holding an allotment tenancy.
Annual monitoring reports showing how planning policies contribute towards city regeneration.
Information regarding major regeneration of specific growth areas.
Information and documents for the air quality and pollution supplementary planning document.
This page has links to information about air quality, pollution, sustainability and climate change.
Information on how we review and assess air quality.
An open letter on climate action in Portsmouth.
Advice and documentation on how to report anti-social behaviour.
How our environmental health team enforces legislation designed to protect the health and welfare of domesticated and wild animals.
Portsmouth City Council have been recruiting pubs, bars and restaurants in the city to support the Ask for Angela campaign, designed to help people feel safe on nights out.
Information on the range of adoption and fostering opportunities in Portsmouth.
Information for Portsmouth adults aged 18 and over who need help with daily living. Find information on getting an assessment, care and equipment.
Information on the range of accommodation options available with different types of support.
Information about how we assess your needs, and how to request an assessment.
This page provides information to professionals of Portsmouth City Council and their partners who work in adult social care in Portsmouth.
Find out more about alcohol units, alcohol risks and alcohol support services in Portsmouth.
On this page you will find information about mental health support for adults in Portsmouth.
Information about the adventure playgrounds available for children in Portsmouth.
Links to information about applying for different types of licensing
Information on obtaining a permit to place tables, chairs and display stands outside your premises.
Information on untaxed and abandoned vehicles, including how to report them to the council
Information about additional childcare fees you may be expected to pay
Find out which courses might help you at the Community Learning Service website.
For Year 2 children at infant school who are transferring to junior school in September
For Year 6 children transferring to secondary school in September
For children born between 1 September 2015 and 31 August 2016
Information about the council's strategy that brings together all the work done across the organisation to support older people, including a copy of the ageing population strategy.
Information on how to update your details for the electoral register.
Information on our strategy to increase training and job opportunities locally.
Advice for Portsmouth residents about coronavirus, including the latest health advice and links to useful information about Council Tax and housing
Information about how to use Portsmouth City Council Audio Key Fob to access Real Bus Time information.
Adult Social Care works under the legal obligations and conditions of both the principles of the Data Protection Act and GDPR.
This privacy notice tells you how the council and the LADO use personal information in respect of allegations made about people who work with children.
This privacy notice tells you about how Portsmouth City Council collects and uses personal information.
Information about the Additional Restrictions Grant and how to apply.
We are now offering asymptomatic community testing. This is for critical workers who can't work from home and have contact with other people during work.
Pupils, parents and staff at secondary schools and colleges can get twice weekly Covid-19 tests to help detect cases of coronavirus before symptoms show
Asthma A&E attendances of people under 50 years old, by Lower Super Output Areas (LSOAs). April 2015 to March 2020 (five years pooled).