Coventry Magistrates' Court has imposed fines and costs totalling £1,485.00 on the owner of a House in Multiple Occupation (HMO) property in Lower Ford Street, Coventry.
The way in which Coventry residents search and bid for social housing is changing, and today (15 June) the re-registration process for over 13,000 people has begun.
Coronavirus has had a massive impact on everyone and since March 2020 the Council has accommodated 299 rough sleepers
Coventry City Council’s Planning Committee has resolved to issue a Temporary Stop Notice on Taylor Wimpey requiring that all construction work at their Tamworth Road site stops with immediate effect if the developer doesn’t quickly resolve community concerns by midday on Monday 8th March.
A new version of a policy designed to enforce standards in private sector housing is likely to be approved by councillors at the Council’s Cabinet meeting next Tuesday (16 February).
Thirty properties have been let thanks to a new rent guarantee scheme in Coventry which provides more permanent affordable tenancies for homeless families.
Agencies across the city are activating Coventry’s Severe Weather Emergency Protocol (SWEP) from today as the temperatures are set to get colder over the next few nights.
Twenty-one properties have been let thanks to a new rent guarantee scheme in Coventry which is helping homeless households to move out of temporary accommodation and into more permanent tenancies.
The Council has secured £530,000 worth of funding from the Government which will be used to support low income households in the city to make their homes more energy efficient.
Coventry’s senior councillor, responsible for housing and homelessness, is calling on the courts to urgently reconsider their proposal for housing hearings to be listed outside of Coventry from the end of the month.
A leading city councillor has criticised Government plans that would more than double the number of homes the city must build every year.
Coventry City Council has successfully bid for a further £782k from the government to house rough sleepers during the coming months in response to the knock-on effect of Covid-19.
A report to councillors will offer an update on the latest plans to increase properties to support homeless people in Coventry and the efforts of the Council and agencies during the COVID-19 pandemic.
All known rough sleepers in Coventry, including people with No Recourse to Public Funds, continue to be offered accommodation as part of the city’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Coventry City Council is seeking interest from people who could help ensure Priory Visitor Centre remains up and running over the next few years.
Six new outreach workers have started working in Coventry providing a boost to services that support people who are street homeless.
Coventry’s rough sleeper support has received an additional funding boost following a generous £12k donation from a West Midlands boss.
Today (Monday 6 April) sees Citizen open some new supported housing accommodation in Hillfields, Coventry.
A new approach to the way that social housing is allocated in the city will be in place by Autumn 2020.
Agencies across the city are activating Coventry’s Severe Weather Emergency Protocol (SWEP) from today until Thursday 6 February as the temperatures are set to get colder over the next few nights.