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This page tells you about extended housing benefit payments. It tells you who might qualify for payments, and how to apply.
We are committed to the development and learning of Portsmouth residents and people from the surrounding areas.
Explanation of the terms and the council's strategy and action plan
Report environmental health issues to the council, including noise, pests, food safety, fly-tipping and all other street issues in Portsmouth.
Information on the current Eastney Beach draft Supplementary Planning Document (SPD)
How the council plans for civil contingency in an emergency.
Planning for an emergency involving leaving your home
Information about what help is available and who to contact
Information about making a referral and other resources
Information and advice about exchanging your council property
Portsmouth residents, businesses and organisations have the chance to help shape the council’s ‘Energy and water at home’ strategy.
For information on energy saving in the home and greener living.
Find out about nationally rare species of plants on Eastney Beach.
Details on electric vehicle charge points in Portsmouth
This page answers the most common questions about new on-street charge points.
Quick links for parents and childcare professionals
Guidance about providing early education funding and childcare entitlement for 2, 3 and 4-year-olds
The Early Years and Childcare Team provide information, advice, training and documentation to support the quality of leadership and practice in your setting.
Information about who is eligible for 2-year-old funding and how do you can apply
Information about 15 and 30 hours early education funding, including who is eligible and how you can apply
The Services Network is the system used to book training courses and workshops, request support visits, and access both free and package-only support services.
Information about education improvement in the city.
Guidelines and information for education children at home.
Plans are in place to ensure the smooth running of operations after 1 January 2021
People in Portsmouth are being asked for their views on a plan to bring jobs and prosperity to the city.
The problems empty properties cause and the help available to owners.
Details and information about how the council complies with equality legislation.
Where a request for Environmental information it should be dealt with under Environmental Information Regulations (EIR) - not Freedom of Information (FoI).
If people request information under the Freedom of Information (FOI) there are a number of exemptions that permit public authorities to withhold some or all of the information requested
Information on Portsmouth's polling districts, wards and constituencies.
It's against the law to use a privately-owned e-scooter on public roads and footpaths. However, it's legal to use them on private land.
Information and guidance for parents about Elective Home Education.
Portsmouth City Council has updated its email security to better protect its data and that of residents, customers and partners.
This page outlines what information is collected by our electoral services, why they collect it, how it's used and kept secure, and more.
This privacy notice tells you about how Portsmouth City Council collects and uses personal information in relation to pupils educated at home.
Emergency asthma hospital admissions of people under 25 years old, by Lower Super Output Areas (LSOAs). April 2015 to March 2020 (five years pooled).
This page sets out what the Early Years Panel does and what aims they co-ordinate and support.
The Early Years Panel aims to ensure that pre-school children, who may have additional or special needs, are supported.
This page outlines the responsibility and role of the Executive, how they are appointed, information about meetings and more.
The council’s expenses policy applies to all staff regardless of salary and covers things such as reimbursement for travel expenses.
Elective home education FAQ
Early Year Pupil Premium and Disability Access Fund
Portsmouth City Council Enforcement Officers Animal health and welfare enforcement-policy
Lots of people worry about what they look like and from time to time and might be unhappy with their weight or shape.
Make sure you’re not paying more than you need to on bills and everyday costs, like gas, electricity and daily essentials.
This page lists equipment that helps keep you independent. It gives you advice on how to get hold of equipment, such as through occupational therapy.