The owners of the Beechwood Gardens care home at 73 Rochester Road have appealed against the council’s decision to reject their application to convert it into a 21 unit HiMO. The deadline for comments to the planning inspectorate is 31 August.
Neighbours are very concerned about the scale of this development and impact on traffic and noise on a quiet residential street and believe the application does seem to go against various council policies (losing employment sites, the need for more care homes and the parking needed for HiMOs).
The Council is seeking your views about parks, play areas and green spaces in Coventry. Your views will help them to better understand the quality and accessibility of green space across the borough to inform the development of a new Green Space Strategy and wider planning policy. The Strategy will help the Council to follow government guidance on planning for green spaces and will look at whether the current level of parks and green space is sufficient to meet the needs of local residents now and in the future.
The Council wants to ensure that green spaces achieve their full potential to contribute to the local environment and quality of life. Therefore this is an opportunity for you to let them know how satisfied you are with Coventry’s parks and green spaces and what improvements you would like to see to your local green space.
Even if you do not use green spaces they are still keen to hear your views about the contribution green spaces make to your local quality of life and also about why you do not use green spaces.
Please follow this link to the survey
If you need any help with the survey please contact the consultants assisting Coventry City council with the project on 01562 887884 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline for responses is Monday 28 August 2017.
With Coventry United F.C. now established at the Butts Park Arena, the directors of the football club have announced the formation of a Vice Presidents Club. Long-term supporter Keith Green (photographed) has been the first to sign up.
Joining costs £1,000 a year and this gives you:
– Appearance in the Vice President roll-of-honour on the Clubs new website
– Advertisements in the match day programme and members newsletters where applicable
– Regular acknowledgement tweets
– Corporate hospitality for two guests once per season with stadium tour
– Two season tickets for both men’s and women’s senior sides and the annual presentation night
– A choice of Vice Presidents man-of-the match (combined with other VP votes)
– Membership of the supporters club
– The opportunity to work with the directors of Coventry United on joint initiatives
– Invitation to participate in one board meeting followed by dinner
– The ability to customise your benefits package to suit your needs
Keith Green says : ‘I have been a fan of Coventry United since the team was formed in 2013, and have only missed a very few games both home and away. When the opportunity came to become even more involved with the Club, and to become the first member of the Vice Presidents Club, I jumped at the chance.’
Peter Reynolds, Chairman of Coventry United F.C., added: ‘With our move to the Butts Park Arena, we are able to provide more facilities and opportunities for our growing number of supporters, and we were delighted when Keith, one of our longest serving fans, became our first Vice President. When we established Coventry United our aim was to create a true community club, offering opportunities for all, and with our new Vice Presidents Club we know we can continue to deliver on this promise.’
Anybody wishing to join the Coventry United F.C. Vice Presidents Club can email: email@example.com.
Boon Dog Theatre, en route to the Edinburgh Fringe, will be putting on a production at the Criterion Theatre on 28 and 29 July.
’Goody’ is an exploration of world of performing apes and the humans who live with them. Set in America in 1934, it deals with the relationship between one man and his performing chimpanzee in a travelling circus.
See https://www.criteriontheatre.co.uk/event/4675 for more details.
Road resurfacing in Whoberley Avenue will take place over approximately 7 days from Monday 17th July.
The road will be fully closed between 7.30am and 5pm, during which time access will be permitted for residents, business, emergency vehicles and refuse collection but not for private motorists.
Vehicles left parked on the road during the work may legally be removed and will also incur a £70 penalty charge.
For more information, see www.coventry.gov.uk/roadworks , email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 08085-834333.
Whoberley Avenue will be closed from Monday 17 July for up to seven days, while repairs are carried out.
During the closure, bus service 10 will be unable to use the stops on either Whoberley Avenue or Maudslay Road and so passengers are asked to use the stops on Lyndale Road or the service 23 stops on Allesley Old Road.