Councillors will be discussing plans next week that will deliver a balanced budget for 2018/19, but there will be a warning of a future budget gap by 2020/21.
Coventry people are being invited to give a rousing, flag-waving welcome to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge when they arrive in the city next week.
Coventry is set to be given a Royal seal of approval during a visit by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge later this month.
Coventry’s Local Plan has now received government approval following its submission to the Secretary of State in April 2016.
Statement following the senseless attack on innocent people near Finsbury Park Mosque.
Manchester attack - Joint statement from the Lord Mayor, Council Leader, Deputy Leader and the Leader of the Conservative group.
The Council’s Head of Workforce Transformation will be one of the key speakers at a national event to look at ‘transforming, modernising and improving’ the way local authorities work.
The Ethics Committee on Friday 17 March held a hearing into a complaint that Cllr Jaswant Birdi had breached the Code of Conduct for Elected and Co-opted Members.
A statement from Council Leader Cllr George Duggins, Deputy Leader Cllr Abdul Khan, Opposition Leader Cllr John Blundell and Coventry Lord Mayor Cllr Lindsley Harvard following the Westminster attack:
The Council and its partners have won a prestigious award for their work in tackling child sexual exploitation.
Coventry City Council is looking for up to three people to act as Independent Persons in connection with the work of its Ethics Committee.
Coventry City Council is set to report back to local people about how it plans to respond to the inspector’s comments on the city's Local Plan.
The government has today formally announced the list of cities bidding to be UK City of Culture 2021 – and everyone in Coventry is being asked to show their support for the city’s Bid.
A major road in Coventry has been renamed Jimmy Hill Way in honour of the man who led the Sky Blues to glory and changed football forever.
Cabinet, on 7 March, will consider whether recommendations that will change the way library services, children’s centres, nurseries and youth centres are provided, will be implemented.
The Council is set to support a thriving city theatre’s expansion plans as work on the City of Culture bid ramps up.
The Supreme Court has refused Sisu’s application for permission to appeal the Court of Appeal’s decision in May 2016.
National government spending cuts are continuing to be felt by Coventry City Council as it sets out its budget proposals for the next three years.
Today Chris Skidmore, the Minister for the Constitution, has launched 18 pilot projects across England and Wales which could radically reduce the cost of the annual canvass for local authorities.
Local Democracy Week returns to the city next week, and Coventry City Council will once again be hosting a week of events and activities to give young people an insight into local democracy.
Cllr Kevin Maton, Cabinet Member for Education, highlights his concerns about proposals to re-introduce grammar schools into the education system.
City Councillors have decided to honour footballing legend, Jimmy Hill, by renaming the A444 in his honour.
Coventry City Council and other organisations across the city have condemned hate crimes.
Voters are being reminded to make sure they are ready to take part in the EU Referendum.
The leader of Coventry City Council has moved to reassure local people and sports fans following recent coverage about Coventry rugby club's idea to create a shared stadium with CCFC.
Coventry city councillors are to hold a special meeting to debate whether Britain should vote to leave or remain in the EU in the Referendum taking place on 23 June.
Councillor Lindsley Harvard, will become the next Lord Mayor for 2016-17 on May 19 at the Mayor Making ceremony as part of the Council’s Annual General Meeting being held at the Cathedral.
We have today heard the tragic news that Cllr Alison Gingell died peacefully in her sleep last night.
Coventry’s Interfaith and Communities Forum has again condemned yet more terrorist attacks - this time in Lahore.
Coventry faith communities, the Council and the city’s Muslim Forum met this week and obviously the news of the Brussels terror attacks was a cause of great concern among community leaders.
The Council wants to encourage anyone not yet registered to vote, to take advantage of National Voter Registration Drive this week.
Councillors look set to approve a blueprint for Coventry’s future growth and expansion over the next 20 years as part of the city’s bid to become a top 10 city again.
Another series of consultation meetings will take place early in the New Year on the Council’s Connecting Communities proposals.
A long serving Coventry City Councillor has announced his decision to stand down at the next local elections.
The first seven of a series of meetings will take place this week to discuss the Council’s Connecting Communities proposals.
A Coventry couple who have cared for around 100 children have been presented with a Good Citizen Award by the Lord Mayor.
The Council’s Customer Service Centre, which is based in Broadgate House (our ground floor entrance is in the Upper Precinct, just next to River Island) opened its doors to the public on 18 November.
A massive cash boost of £150million to speed up the regeneration of Coventry city centre has been negotiated by the Leader of Coventry City Council as part of an £8billion proposed devolution (devo) deal for the West Midlands.
An initiative to find new ways to deliver council services across Coventry is set to be discussed by councillors.