Updates on new schools, expansions, academy conversions and SEND provision.
Projects specifically related to roads, traffic, travel and highways.
Warwickshire County Council (WCC) and Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council (NBBC) are working to deliver the transformation of Nuneaton town centre, to achieve a mixed used regeneration proposal aimed at boosting economic growth in the town and providing new employment opportunities.
We have identified a need for a new special school, in the North of the County, for children and young people where additional needs are associated with challenging behaviours and linked to emotional, social and communication needs.
Warwickshire County Council is proposing to build a new passenger bridge with lifts at Stratford-upon-Avon Station.
In February 2016, the Department for Transport launched a competition for local authorities to bid for revenue funding towards ‘smarter travel’ initiatives for delivery in 2016/17.
The Government is increasing the age to which all young people in England must continue in education or training, requiring them to continue until the end of the academic year in which they turn 17 from summer 2013 and until their 18th birthday from summer 2015 onwards.
Conservation activities delivering biodiversity benefits in compensation for biodiversity loss, with the potential to deliver effective, widespread biodiversity gain for the natural environment in a way which is easy to use for developers.
A new rail station at Kenilworth will help improve accessibility and encourage increased use of the train for journeys that might otherwise be undertaken by car. The station is consistent with local and wider economic, regeneration and transport objectives.
Upgrade of the existing rail line between Coventry and Nuneaton. It will help to improve accessibility and encourage increased use of the train for journeys that might otherwise be undertaken by car.
Details of proposed cycle schemes and routes across Warwickshire.
Pooley Country Park in Polesworth, has been awarded a £350,000 cash boost by the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) to fund an arts-led project to help regenerate it into a valued park and community asset.
Progress, is part of the building better opportunities programme, funded by the European Social Fund and the Big Lottery Fund, to tackle poverty and social exclusion faced by the most disadvantaged people in England.