Karl Love

Karl Love was elected as Isle of Wight councillor for East Cowes in the 2017 council elections.

He also serves as a town councillor for East Cowes.

Below are some of the articles which mention him.

Floating Bridge out of service this afternoon

floating bridge suspended sign

There will not be a replacement foot passenger launch service

Thursday, 26th March, 2020 12:11pm

By Sally Perry with one comment

East Cowes Crafters create Mothering Sunday display (but keep their distance)

East Cowes Crafters - Mothering Sunday Display

When viewing this amazing display of crafts and art please remember to keep your distance from one another

Saturday, 21st March, 2020 2:04pm

By Karl Love with 3 readers' comments

Conservative majority on Isle of Wight council scrutiny committee ‘a backward step’, says chairman

meeting table and chairs with speech bubbles

The changes voted through by the Conservative councillors mean the vice-chair, Michael Lilley, will lose his place on the scrutiny committee, along with Karl Love. The chair says it's a backward step

Thursday, 5th March, 2020 3:27pm

By Louise Hill, Local Democracy Reporter with 20 readers' comments

Large turnout for Environment Agency’s flood exhibition

Residents attend the Environment Agency consultation

Cllr Karl Love reports back from the Environment Agency's flood planning consultation and exhibition

Friday, 14th February, 2020 8:03am

By Karl Love

Isle of Wight support service for LGBTQ+ young people to close through lack of funding

Isle of Wight Pride 2017

Isle of Wight council investments are at the cost of local community, says Cllr Love, as IWC say they cannot continue funding arrangements with Breakout Youth

Saturday, 8th February, 2020 9:01am

By Louise Hill, Local Democracy Reporter with one comment

A secret briefing on Island Roads’ progress will be held tomorrow claims Cllr Brodie (updated)

Geoff Brodie

Confidentiality agreements will bind the limited number of Cllrs who are admitted to the exclusive briefing about the Highways PFI from disclosing information they learn - even from other councillors, claims Cllr Brodie

Monday, 3rd February, 2020 2:44pm

By Sally Perry with 12 readers' comments

Mixed reactions expressed over Norris Castle redevelopment plans

Artist's impression of Norris Castle

The local councillor branded plans to build on the Springhill Estate as ‘absolute nonsense’, but one resident said investment was needed to preserve Norris Castle

Friday, 27th December, 2019 2:05pm

By Louise Hill, Local Democracy Reporter with one comment

Isle of Wight MP selected in 2019 General Election result

Wide shot of the hall

Islanders spent the day voting and counters have spent the evening sorting through the ballot papers. The Isle of Wight High Sheriff has announced the next MP for the Island

Friday, 13th December, 2019 4:00am

By Sally Perry with 30 readers' comments

Isle of Wight General Election results 2019 : Live

Polling cards being counted

Bookmark this page and return throughout the evening to follow the action from the Isle of Wight General Election Count with OnTheWight

Thursday, 12th December, 2019 8:15pm

By Sally Perry

Rallying call to gather protesters over plans for 165 new Isle of Wight homes

Illustration for crossways development of 154 dwellings

Members against the plans for 165 homes in East Cowes call on others to join them outside County Hall before the planning meeting to show their strength of feeling against the application

Monday, 9th December, 2019 12:35pm

By Sally Perry with 2 readers' comments

Isle of Wight Hustings 2019: An overview

Candidates at the IW Radio/County Press Hustings

If you missed the Isle of Wight Hustings last night here's a round up of some of what was said

Friday, 6th December, 2019 6:58pm

By Louise Hill, Local Democracy Reporter with 9 readers' comments

Cowes Enterprise College hosts hustings on Climate Change, with positive feedback from all

Candidates and audience at the CEC Youth Hustings

Bob Seely said it was the best hustings he has been to in his political career, as students asked a range of questions on the subject of climate change

Tuesday, 3rd December, 2019 1:53pm

By Yasmin with 5 readers' comments