Wheelie Bin City Wide Roll-out
Last year the Council successfully bid for £30 million from central Government to improve waste collection services in Birmingham by moving to a city wide wheelie bin collection system.
Following a public consultation exercise and successful pilots in the Brandwood and Harborne wards, a report was discussed by the City Council on the 16th September to discuss and, seek approval for wheelie bin recycling and refuse collections to be delivered across the City by December 2015.
Fleet and Waste management are now able to advise the Council approved the planned rollout proposal and we can confirm that the city wide wheelie bin collection service will start being delivered on the following timetable:
March - July 2014
Ladywood District: Aston, Ladywood, Nechells and Soho Wards
August – December 2014
Hodge Hill District: Bordesley Green, Hodge Hill, Shard End and Washwood Heath Wards
Hall Green District: Hall Green, Moseley and Kings Heath, Sparkbrook and Springfield Wards
Yardley District: Acocks Green, Sheldon, South Yardley, Stetchford and Yardley North Wards
February – June 2015
Erdington District: Erdington, Kingstanding, Stockland Green and Tyburn Wards
Perry Barr District: Handsworth Wood, Lozells & East Handsworth, Oscott and Perry Barr Wards
Sutton Coldfield District: Sutton Four Oaks, Sutton New Hall, Sutton Trinity and Sutton Vesey Wards
August – December 2015
Edgbaston District: Bartley Green, Edgbaston, Harborne and Quinton Wards
Northfield District: Kings Norton, Longbridge, Northfield and Weoley Wards
Selly Oak District: Billesley, Bournville, Brandwood, and Selly Oak Wards
Please refer to the frequently asked questions on this page for everything you need to know about wheelie bins including, how your property will be assessed and also, what happens if your property is deemed unsuitable for a wheelie bin.
To find a copy of the full report please select 'Wheelie Bin Cabinet Report' within the attachments section at the bottom of the page.