Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council
The Food Hygiene Rating Scheme helps make it easier for you to choose places with good hygiene when you're eating out or shopping for food.
Everything you need to know about rubbish and recycling. Download your collection calendar, learn about composting and food waste, book a bulky collection, find out about the Binfo app and more!
The Council is asking for help to identify land that is or could become available for development over the next 20 years.
You can pay your housing rent, garage rent, council tax, business rates, parking fines and other invoices online.
Search for your local councillor
Use our postcode search to find out who your local ward councillor is.
Don't forget your bin!
Forgetting to put your bin out on time will soon be a thing of the past thanks to the new Connect (Binfo) mobile phone app which is free to download.
Planning policies, practises and building regulations shape development proposals for the physical and economic regeneration of the borough.
Complete our survey to provide us with valuable information on your views regarding empty properties in your area
Do you require commercial land and property?
Whatever kind of property you are looking for, you are sure to find something that suits your needs in Nuneaton or Bedworth.
The government is making the benefits system simpler. From October 2013 - you will make one claim and receive only one payment.
Her Majesty The Queen 'breaks' the Commonwealth Flag outside the Great West Door of Westminster Abbey Commonwealth Day Monday 10th March
And we are also raising the Commonwealth Flag above Nuneaton's Town Hall at 10am. Come along and join in the celebrations.
Are you a business looking to advertise to residents in Nuneaton and Bedworth? The Council's flagship quarterly newspaper, In Touch, is distributed to 122,000 people and has packages for all budgets.
Visitors to Nuneaton Museum & Art Gallery can see what the Borough’s talented artists have been working on over the last twelve months. This exhibition runs from 8 March to 6 April and entry is FREE!