On Thursday 3 May, residents in Coventry will have their chance to go to the polls to vote on who represents them at a local level.
City councillors have paid tribute to two long-serving colleagues who are standing down this year after representing the people of the city for a combined total of 37 years.
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 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.
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.
Another series of consultation meetings will take place early in the New Year on the Council’s Connecting Communities proposals.
The first seven of a series of meetings will take place this week to discuss the Council’s Connecting Communities proposals.