An annual magazine published as Central City magazine on behalf of Coventry City Council from 2007 to 2011, and then for the Coventry and Warwickshire LEP as C&W.
C&W magazine is published annually just before MIPIM and distributed at that global property event by a delegation of councils , developers and other partners in the sub-region's regeneration.
A news-based website is updated each week and a news e-bulletin published quarterly.
"I am delighted with Coventry's Central City magazine which comprehensively identifies all the exciting regeneration projects occurring within the city."
"An excellent promotional tool for Coventry and all the present and planned developments which will help transform the city centre. It was presented well, accessible and easy to read... it's a great publication and being featured is of significant value to [our scheme at] Friargate."
FD Tamesis (Representing Cannon Kirk)
"Central City was an ideal showcase for the regeneration of Coventry and for our Earlsdon Park scheme. it was informative and detailed, yet laid out simply and effectively."
"As Coventry's city centre management, tourism and promotions company, we were delighted to be able to support Coventry City Council in publishing Central City magazine. Even in these times of recession, there are exciting prospects for regeneration in Coventry and the magazine powerfully illustrates that. It's a must-read for investors looking to put their money into a city with a big future."
Head of Economic Development
"We were pleased with the outcome and advertised again."
"Coventry Central City is a must-read for anyone wishing to do business in the city. All the major schemes and players are featured: current and future plans are clearly set out and you get an invaluable insight into what makes Coventry, its people and places. It's an excellent promotional tool for Martineau and the city."
"There's so much planned for Coventry that it's hard to take it all in. Central City pulls this all together into a coffee table page-turner that anyone with an interest in the city won't be able to put down."
Ian D Harrabin
Complex Development Projects
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