Warwick District Council
Business and jobsJobs, Licensing, Procurement, Business rates, Business support, Business grants All Business and jobs
Health, social care and safetyFood safety, Social services, Community safety, Animal welfare, Lifeline, COVID-19 All Health, social care and safety
HousingApply for housing, Benefits, Rent, Repairs, Private housing, Homelessness, Leaseholders, Tenants All Housing
Leisure and cultureParks, Leisure centres, Outdoor sports, Royal Spa Centre, Royal Pump Rooms, Arts All Leisure and culture
PlanningPlanning applications, Building regs, Policy, Conservation, Planning staff, HS2, Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) All Planning
Recycling, waste and environmentRubbish and recycling, Environmental health, Sustainability and climate change, Pests All Recycling, waste and environment
Roads, parking and transportParking, Public transport, Roads and streets, Maps and directions All Roads, parking and transport
Cost of living support
With spiralling energy bills, food, and transport costs, we know that many households in our district will be struggling.
Biodiversity photography competition
Photography enthusiasts and those with a keen eye for nature are encouraged to take part in our new biodiversity photography competition, for the chance to win a £100 voucher!
Make your fare go further with BetterPoints
Earn rewards and win discount vouchers by walking, cycling or using public transport as part of our Choose How You Move in Warwick District challenge.
Around 200 local residents gathered at St Nicholas Church in Kenilworth on Wednesday 27 September for an update from Warwick District Council on the Abbey Fields swimming pools redevelopment project.
Photography enthusiasts and those with a keen eye for nature are encouraged to take part in Warwick District Council’s new biodiversity photography competition, for the chance to win a £100 voucher.
Events throughout the day at various venues in the town
Warwick Words first-ever Family Hunt for History Walking Trail around the historic town centre takes place from 2 to 29 October. It’s free to enter and will take approximately one and a half hours.