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News published November 2020

Act on Energy supports national day of action for warm homes

Published 27 November 2020

Every winter millions of people across the UK struggle to stay warm and healthy at home.

Council Leader calls for review of tier level

Published 26 November 2020

The Leader of Coventry City Council has spoken of his “frustration and bitter disappointment” at the city being placed in Tier 3 of the COVID restrictions.

Early construction of prototype innovative light rail vehicle for the City of Coventry

VLR 26 20 Published 26 November 2020

The Coventry Very Light Rail (VLR) is an innovative light rail system which will be battery powered, lightweight and rail-based.

New COVID-19 testing system to start next week

Published 26 November 2020

A pilot scheme that will signal the start of targeted, mass testing across Coventry is to start next week.

Mcafee endpoint security upgrade

Published 26 November 2020

ICT & Digital will be rolling out a minor upgrade to the Mcafee security software for schools between 7 - 11 December. 

Looking after someone? Know your rights.

Carers rights day logo Published 26 November 2020

Most of us will provide unpaid care for someone who is older, disabled or seriously ill at some point in our lives.

Christmas bin collections

Published 25 November 2020

Coventry City Council has announced the changes to waste and recycling collections over the Christmas period.

New rent guarantee schemes benefits landlords and tenants

Published 25 November 2020

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.

Coventry City of Culture Trust receives £100,000 in support of Green Futures Programme

Cenotaph, credit Graeme Peacock Photography Published 24 November 2020

Coventry City of Culture Trust has received £100,000 of investment from the Garfield Weston Foundation (GWF) to support its Green Futures Programme, focusing on the future of the city’s environment.

Council’s latest finance figures indicate a £3.5m overspend

Published 24 November 2020

A report on the Council’s 2020/21 Second Quarter Financial Monitoring Report (to September 2020) will be considered by councillors next week and it is forecasting a £3.5m overspend.

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