Sewage Treatment Proposal for Laxey – Provisonal Date for Public Meeting (03.03.20, Laxey Pavilion)

Advanced Notice for information:

Subject to full confirmation, the public meeting facilitated by the Commissioners in regard to the sewage treatment plant planning application at the Cairns Site has now been scheduled.
The provisional date is Tuesday 3rd of March, in the large room at the Pavilion in the Glen Gardens at 7.00 pm. This may be subject to change. Full confirmation will be issued early next week.
Keep updated on Garff Commissioners FB site, www.garff,im and through media outlets such as Manx Radio, Energy FM, 3FM, Isle of Man Newspapers, etc.
The planning application submitted by MU can be viewed via the link below, or in hard copy at Garff Commissioners Office, 35 New Road, Laxey. Tel Martin or Pete on 861241 for further details. Email:
Link to planning application:

Garff Political Surgeries 2020

Political surgeries will take place across the full Garff Tynwald constituency during 2020.

Dates in Laxey are as follows:

January 11th      10.30 am  to midday Commissioners’ Office, 35 New Road, Laxey.

July 25th            10.30 am to midday  Commissioners’ Office, 35 New Road, Laxey.

November 7th   10.30 am to midday Commissioners’ Office, 35 New Road, Laxey.

There will be additional political surgeries at the following locations:

March 7th        10.30 am – midday Glen Mona Hotel.

May 6th           5.00 pm – 6.00 pm Archibald Knox Public House Meeting Room , Onchan.

October 3rd    12.00 – 1.00 pm       Archibald Knox Public House Meeting Room, Onchan

Both MHKs and a Commissioner will be in attendance at the meetings.


Deadline for submissions to the Laxey Independent Flood Review is the 6th of January 2020


As part of the Laxey independent flood review government are asking Laxey residents to complete an online form by Monday 6 January for an opportunity to share views and experiences that will inform the review and recommendations.

The form can be found using this link:


Submissions can also be made by:

• emailing
• writing to, Arup Laxey Flood Review Team, 78 East Street, Leeds LS9 8EE, United Kingdom.

Further details can be obtained from the Commisisoners’ Office on 861241 or email

Christmas & New Year Refuse Collections

All collections will take place as normal with the exception of Christmas day, Wednesday 25th December.

This collection will take place on Christmas Eve, Tuesday 24th December.

Areas affected by this change are:
New Road
Laxey Village
Ramsey Road
Ard Reyart
Minorca Hill
Glen Road
Captains Hill, Mill Road Mines Road

Boost for Businesses – Your Ideas Needed! Meeting Laxey WMI, 7.00 pm Thursday 22nd August

The Commissioners are launching an initiative in conjunction with the Department for Enterprise to bring together Businesses owners and other stakeholders with an interest in seeing Laxey and Garff flourish.

Grants are available from central government to provide funding for improvements to the village and its facilities.  Money can also be made available to improve the way the area is marketed as a destination for both Isle of Man residents and for visitors from further afield.

What’s needed are locally generated ideas for a way of presenting Laxey as a ‘brand’ that will attract more visitors and increase footfall throughout the Village’s businesses.

To enable this, the Department of Enterprise seek the formation of a committee of a wide range of stakeholders committed to taking Laxey forward commercially and economically.

An initial meeting at the Laxey WMI will take place on the 22nd of August at 7.00 pm, which will include a presentation of the scheme by Senior Members of the Department for Enterprise.  The Commissioners encourage all interested parties to attend.

Further details can be obtained from either Martin or Peter at the Commissioners offices Tel: 861241  or email


Guided Tour of Kirk Maughold & Churchyard

Saturday August 3rd 2019 at 2.00 pm. Meet inside the church.

Afternoon tea available in the Church Hall
(with proceeds going to Church funds)
Hear the history of this Christian community founded in the
5th century

See the fourteenth century stone carving of the
Three Legs of Man. Understand the significance of the early crosses

Please email with your name, a contact number and numbers attending. To save on postage there will no tickets sent. We will contact you if you are not successful. This tour is on a “first come, first served” basis.