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The Council has issued a call to all businesses in the city to see if they can help source some vital supplies.
Coventry businesses affected by the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic can now apply to the Government’s Small Business Grant Fund and Retail, Hospitality and Leisure Grant Fund.
Coventry City Council’s cabinet looks set to approve a plan to purchase the long leasehold for land and commercial property around Belgrade Plaza.
An innovative new scheme has been helping businesses in Coventry and Warwickshire find the investment they need to grow their business.
Coventry will be starting an additional licensing scheme on May 4 to improve the management and condition of Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs).
Coventry is set to receive millions of pounds in extra funding to make sure the new UK Battery Industrialisation Centre is a world leader for years to come.
With a strong economy and employment rates up, Coventry saw productivity rise by 3.3% compared to a 3.1% nationally.
Coventry Trading Standards seized a staggering 4,584,040 cigarettes last year, with more than six million illegal cigarettes and 350kg of hand rolling tobacco seized in total by local authority Trading Standards services across the West Midlands region, despite ingenious efforts to hide them.
A free public WiFi that is available to city centre visitors and businesses is being expanded across the city centre.
£20m funding for local businesses was recently unveiled during a meeting of over 120 Coventry and Warwickshire organisations.
A family owned Coventry business has benefitted from a grant to make their premises more eco-friendly and save them money on bills.
Councillors fighting to save a local supermarket from closure have met senior managers from Aldi to call on them to think again.
Coventry City Council’s Licensing and Regulatory Committee is becoming increasingly concerned about the rise in complaints from wheelchair passengers being illegally transported in hackney carriages.
Rollout of city’s next-generation broadband network continues – with homes beginning to feel benefits.