Perry Barr District
This page may be referred to as www.birmingham.gov.uk/perrybarr
Welcome from the Local Executive Member (Councillor Mahmood Hussain) and Service Head (Steve Salt).
Perry Barr is an incredibly diverse district in terms of people, cultures, religions, housing, industry and commerce, leisure opportunities and recreational spaces.
Councillors and officers will work together with the local community to identify local priorities and develop a District Delivery Plan. It will be the responsibility of the District Committee to ensure that the Delivery Plan is turned into actions that result in improvements to the lives of the people in Perry Barr.
Cllr Mahmood Hussain and Service Head, Steve Salt
Contact the District Team:
Perry Barr District Office
PO Box 16409
Tel: 0121 464 9809
Follow us on twitter @PrideinPBarr
Wireless Festival: 4th-6th July 2014, Perry Park, Perry Barr
Wireless Festival are proud to be coming to Perry Park in Birmingham for the first time, from 4th to 6th July 2014.
Headline performances by Kanye West, Drake and Bruno Mars. Other confirmed acts include, Ellie Goulding, Tinie Tempah and Pharrell Williams. To find out who is playing when, visit www.wirelessfestival.co.uk/line-up/birmingham.
The festival site will be in the South end of Perry Park. A map of the festival site, showing where everything is will be published on the website and available on the festival app.
Please see attachment for local road closures which start at 8:00am on Friday 4th July 2014.
Perry Barr District Savings Proposals 2014/15 and 2015/16
As part of the savings that Birmingham City Council has to make, each District Committee has reviewed their service provision to identify future service savings for 2014/15 and 15/16.
The following attachments give an outline of the overall District Services position and the Perry Barr District proposals.
Perry Barr District Priorities 2013/14
|Environmental Issues||Communication and Engagement||Young People||Highways Issues|
|Improve refuse collection services||Make information on council services more available and accessible||Protect youth facilities||Improve road safety|
|Reduce the amount of littering and fly-tipping||Introduce district newsletter||Increase the range of activities available for young people||Tackle parking issues|
|Improve street cleaning services||-||Help clubs, voluntary and community groups||-|
|Increase enforcement activity||-||-||-|
How to get involved and have your say:
If you live or work in Perry Barr, we want you to be involved in running local services. You can raise issues which concern you and contribute to decision making in a number of ways:
- You can attend District Committee
- Reports that have been to and agreed by District Committee can be found on the Democracy Pages
- Ward Committees provide a mechanism for members of the public to become involved in the decisions that affect their neighbourhood
- Send your comments to email@example.com
- Call us on 0121 464 9809
Visit our new events website to find out
what's on in Perry Barr and across the city
A summary of the feedback from the District Convention will appear here shortly.
For 2013/14 all wards in the City receive a Community Chest allocation of £50,000. This allocation enables the wards to fund schemes which support ward and neighbourhood working or contribute to extending community engagement, cohesion and empowerment.
Projects supported through this fund must also demonstrate that they support one or more of the outcomes in Birmingham's Council Plan 2008-2013 and Birmingham's Community Strategy 2026.
Generally, any properly constituted organisation may submit a project proposal. You should first talk with the District Ward Support Officer to find out about what outcomes and locally identified priorities the Ward or District Committee is likely to support and the money that it has available.
For further information please contact Ken Brown, District Ward Support Officer on 0121 675 2349.
The Community First Programme is a national programme which runs over four years until 2015. 27 Wards in Birmingham have funding through Community First. The programme is independent of Birmingham City Council and is managed by a national organisation, appointed by the Government, called Community Development Foundation. Community First funding is distributed by a Community First Panel established in the Ward. A list of Community First Panels along with other information about this programme and how to access funding is available on the CDF website.
There may be a number of other funding opportunities available, such as Big Lottery Funding for example. For more information please contact Ken Brown, District Ward Support Officer on 0121 675 2349.
Welcome to the latest edition of the Unemployment Briefing for Birmingham which includes Perry Barr. The Unemployment Briefing presents the latest official claimant count unemployment figures, which is released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
For further useful data and reports on the Birmingham economy, please visit; www.birmingham.gov.uk/birminghameconomy
Community & Play
Handsworth Playcentre - Currently closed pending refurbishment works.
Customer Service Centre (formerly Neighbourhood Office)
Handsworth Customer Service Centre
Sport & Leisure Centres
We would like you to tell us what you think of our services. It’s always great for us to hear when things go right but crucially, it’s important for us to know if we get things wrong. Please visit the our Your Views page.
Perry Barr District Ward Support Officers
Lozells & East Handsworth Ward - Statistics
Handsworth Wood Ward - Statistics
Oscott Ward - Statistics
Perry Barr Ward - Statistics
Parks and Open Spaces by District and Ward
Waste and Recycling