Warwick District Council

About Warwick District Council

Based in Royal Leamington Spa, Warwickshire District Council employs more than 450 people in its head office located near to the river leam.

The District Council was created on 1st April 1974, by a merger of the former Leamington Spa and Warwick municipal Boroughs, the Kenilworth urban District and the Warwick rural District. 

Our small and dedicated teams focus on delivering good value services to the residents of Warwick District and these include waste management, the collection of council tax, planning/building regulations, council housing and council house repairs.

The district council supports the district's rich cultural heritage. Its Art gallery and museum inside the Royal pump rooms is a cultural and tourist attraction. In addition the District Council operates the Royal Spa Centre and its packed programme of theatre, drama, comedy, film and community events.

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