Coventry City Council will be presenting an overview of their £44m Public Realm improvement programme
About this Event
The Transport Team at Coventry City Council are running the fourth in their series of interactive webinars alongside the Green Business Programme, providing insight into the success the City is having in putting sustainable city centre transformation in place.
Coventry City Council will be presenting an overview of their £44m Public Realm improvement programme sharing the journey in readiness for Coventry UK City of Culture 2021, they will explore some of the challenges faced with city centre transformation, as well as city centre remobilisation post COVID.
This upcoming webinar will focus on the wide programme of works the team are planning in order to set the stage for May 2021 and talk about the outcome based approach they have taken to ensure a great visitor experience and leave a real legacy for local people. The team will share the learning curve they have been through over the last two years and share the new processes they have put in place, the importance of local engagement and the difference that art and creativity can bring to public spaces to leave a sustainable legacy post City of Culture.
There will also be a short presentation from EO Charging who will provide an overview on the City’s electric vehicle charging infrastructure and workplace charging options for businesses.
Details will also be provided around funding and grants which are available for local small and medium sized organisations (SMEs) who want to adopt energy efficient low carbon processes through the Coventry & Warwickshire Green Business Programme, including details about the City’s current climate change projects.
PLEASE NOTE: The webinar link and joining instructions will be sent after registration.
This event is partly funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and is being delivered by Coventry City Council.
If you have any additional needs and require assistance during this webinar, please inform the Green Business Programme Team at email@example.com. Our privacy notice outlines how we will always keep your data safe and secure.