Council House, Coventry
|Council House, Coventry|
|The Council House|
Council House in its setting at Council House Square
|Town or city||Coventry|
|Opened||11 June 1920|
|Owner||Coventry City Council|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Edward Garrett, HW Simister|
The Council House, Coventry is a tudor-style (Grade II-listed) council house which acts as the meeting place of Coventry City Council, built in the early 20th century to replace St Mary's Guildhall as the headquarters of the mayor and city corporation.
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