A controversial planning application to develop greenbelt land in Eastern Green has been received by Coventry City Council. It follows the approval of the ‘Local Plan’ earlier this year which targeted several greenbelt sites around the city.
The Tile Hill Village Residents’ Group submitted a petition for roads around Tile Hill Village to become a 20MPH zone including Station Avenue, Cromwell Lane, Duggins Lane, Tanners Lane, Conway Avenue and Nailcote Avenue.
Working together as a region, using a business approach, we’ve won over £1.7billion of extra funding from the Government. That’s why I DON’T have to raise your Council tax. Take a look at this video to find out more.
The government recently announced how much additional funding local authorities in England will receive to ease pressures over winter thanks to our balanced approach to the economy, including £1,551,062 for Coventry
The Bank of England has announced they’ll be issuing a new £50 note following speculation that the denomination might be discontinued. They’ve also asked the public to nominate famous and inspirational figures to feature on the note.
Labour councillors will today approve plans to provide luxury hotel Coombe Abbey with a £2 million bail out. Under the proposals the hotel will be able to borrow funds up to the value of £1.95m which is repayable over a ten-year period.
Conservatives on Coventry City Council have raised concerns about plans to send three Labour Councillors to attend a ‘peace forum’ in Russia at the end of October. The proposal is expected to be rubber stamped by Labour cabinet members at a meeting on Tuesday 2nd October.
Hockley Lane in Eastern Green could be about to get a pedestrian crossing following a two year campaign. Councillors representing Woodlands ward are now consulting residents about the scheme to install a puffin crossing and they’ve received a letter informing them of the proposal.
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