Coventry’s City Centre Area Action Plan has now received government approval following its submission to the Secretary of State in April 2016.
BAM Construct UK has proven its credentials as a socially responsible employer after achieving a Gold accreditation as part of Coventry City Councils’ Business Charter for Social Responsibility.
Last year the Council sold Civic Centres 1 to 4 to Coventry University and the removal of the bridge link is the next step in this process.
Wider pavements, Carnaby Street style lighting, new planting and the restoration of some well-loved public art will soon start as part of the next phase of city centre improvements.
The secretary of state has given the green light to proposals for the creation of a research and development centre at Whitley South by deciding not to call in the development plans.
Work will soon be starting on a new tunnel under Warwick Road to connect the railway station to the new platform built as phase 2 of the NUCKLE project.
The new boulevard that is set to be the bustling heart of Coventry’s Friargate district and an attractive walkway between the train station and the city centre opened today.
Coventry City Council has enforced the clearance of two highly overgrown gardens in the northeast of the city.
A Coventry car park could be given a new lease of life, helping to regenerate part of the city centre and continue the city’s universities’ success story.
Coventry City Council has received initial support for a Heritage Lottery Fund Townscape Heritage grant, which will enable work to progress plans for the regeneration of The Burges.
The regeneration of a key area of the city centre has taken a major step forward.
There’s a soaring new addition to the Coventry City skyline, as preparation for construction of the inaugural building on the £100 million Friargate regeneration scheme intensifies.
A major new improvement project in the centre of Coventry has been given a seasonal opening.