Council of Ministers Reports
This page features some of the reports and consultations considered by the Council of Ministers. Please click on the links below or access the pdf documents at the foot of this page.
A summary of responses to the public consultation on the Criminal Justice Strategy.
This document provides a summary of responses to the consultation on an Armed Forces Community Covenant for the Isle of Man - an official declaration of recognition and support for those Island residents who serve, or have served, in the British Armed Forces.
This Code of Practice on Consultation outlines the criteria that applies to all public consultations carried out from the July 1, 2008, by Government Departments.
Council of Ministers report on the progress, options and recommendations regarding the Isle of Man's renewable energy target.
Report by the Council of Ministers sub-committee on Environment and Infrastructure Policy.
Report on a preliminary investigation under Section 9 of the Fair Trading Act 1996 into the supply of print services and plain paper and envelopes to the Isle of Man Government.
This document sets out the priorities for the Isle of Man Government for the four years to September 2016.
This report sets out the Council of Ministers’ responses to the Scope of Government review committee’s recommendations, along with the principles and methodology which will guide Council's assessments.
Important cross-Government information continues to be recorded by Departments, Boards and Offices and collated by the Chief Secretary's Office and this consolidated Report draws this diverse range of information together in one accessible source.
Isle of Man Government commitment to combating money laundering and the financing of terrorism and proliferation
The Annual Report provides an update on how Government has performed against the actions set out in the Tynwald-approved Government Strategic Plan 2007-2011
Report of the Council of Ministers on the Review of the Scope and Structure of the Isle of Man Government.
This report outlines the review into the possible health impacts of mobile phone masts in the Isle of Man.
Open government is part of an effective democracy. Citizens must have adequate access to the information and analysis on which government business is based. Ministers and public servants have a duty to explain their policies, decisions and actions to the public. Governments need, however, to keep some information confidential, and have a duty to protect the proper privacy of those with whom they deal.