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Coronavirus: helping to support you

Service disruptions

Rubbish and recycling

All of our bin collections are running as normal at present, however, there are some changes to our services:


If you have an enquiry related to homelessness and you are unable to call our customer services team by phone, please visit the Town Hall, knock on the main door, and someone will assist you to arrange for a Housing Solutions Officer to contact you.

Landlords and tenants

We have prepared a summary of advice for landlords and tenants about their rights and responsibilities during the coronavirus outbreak and to support the Coronavirus Act 2020.

Private sector housing

We will only be visiting complaints of disrepair in privately rented properties if there is a risk of serious harm to the tenant or where the repair needed is an emergency.  The responsibility will still be on the landlord to resolve these issues where an emergency exists.  View further details of how private tenants can be supported with repairs at this time. Please contact us if you have any concerns about private rented housing as we may be able to advise and support without the need to visit.

HEART service

Major adaptations and home improvement grants – we will be conducting assessments remotely where possible and seek your help in achieving this through family or over the telephone.  Contractors are able to work in your home but both you and the tradespersons must take the necessary precautions.  Visits and works will only progress with your permission.  Contact the Heart service for further advice.

Bedworth Civic Hall

All upcoming performances at Bedworth Civic Hall have been suspended for 2022.

Abandoned vehicles

Our abandoned vehicle removal contractor is currently not removing any vehicles due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Last updated Monday, 7th March 2022

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