Earlsdon Ward Councillor Allan Andrews has urged the Council to listen to campaigners fighting to retain a 50m swimming pool in the City and not to ‘disregard’ the strength of the petition, which was recently confirmed as being the largest received by the Council, according to its records.
We learned this morning about the sudden death of Bob Jones, the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner.
The Deputy Leader of Coventry Conservatives, Cllr Allan Andrews, has welcomed new figures showing that the Conservatives’ Help to Buy scheme is helping hardworking people to buy their own home.
The Leader of Coventry Conservatives, Councillor John Blundell, has announced his Shadow Cabinet for 2014-15.
Cheylesmore Conservatives have selected a candidate for the City Council elections taking place on May 22nd, following the decision of current Councillor, Kevin Foster, to stand down from the Council following the recent death of his Mother and him being selected as a Parliamentary Candidate in Torbay.
Earlsdon Councillor Allan Andrews has presented a petition on behalf of residents urging the City Council to lift parking restrictions in Arden Street.
Coventry Conservatives have welcomed a Council ‘u-turn’ which could see a new 50m pool developed to replace the existing pool at the Fairfax Street sports centre.
Senior Conservative Councillors have outlined their alternative budget for Coventry at a meeting of the City Council and have pledged to freeze Council Tax.
The Deputy Leader of Coventry Conservatives, Councillor Allan Andrews, has welcomed the news that the Prime Minister David Cameron has committed to keeping the £150m a year Primary PE and Sport Premium until 2020. This means that between 2014 and 2020 primary schools in Coventry will receive around £5,006,304. This is part of the Government’s long-term economic plan, will secure the Olympic and Paralympic legacy, and will help to deliver the best schools for young people.
The Leader of Coventry Conservatives, Cllr John Blundell, has welcomed the news that pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds in Coventry have been allocated approximately £17 million for 2014/15 to help them achieve their full potential. This is good news for pupils and good news for their families.