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Greenbelt developers slammed for ‘sham’ consultation exercise

Furious residents in Allesley Green have accused developers of reneging on their promises to implement greenbelt development sensitively. They’ve received the backing of Woodlands ward councillors who’ve warned that the plans could have a bigger impact on residents than first thought.

Uncollected rubbish piled high in City Street

Residents living in Tile Hill say that household rubbish is piled high in Gibbons Close because the Council has regularly failed to collect dustbins. With hotter weather forecast residents are worried they now face a serious public health hazard.

Travellers arrive at city park

A group of travellers with 20 caravans and 2 motorhomes have arrived in the Tile Hill area of the city. They arrived last night on the Ponderosa fields on Jardine Crescent raising concerns amongst local residents.
 

Homelessness the priority for new Shadow Cabinet

Following this month’s local elections Coventry Conservatives have unveiled their Shadow Cabinet for the forthcoming year. One big change is the creation of a Shadow Cabinet portfolio bringing together Public Health, Housing, Homelessness and Sport.

Anxious residents call for speeding action on Broad Lane

Broad Lane is an accident waiting to happen according to residents in Eastern Green, Coventry. Members of the Mount Nod Residents Association and Limbrick Wood Baptist Church have warned that the speed of vehicles is making it virtually impossible to cross the road safely.