Sutton Coldfield District
Sutton Coldfield district comprises of four wards, each with three elected councillors.
Many council services in Birmingham are managed by the local district committee.
Member of Parliament
Andrew Mitchell MP (Labour)
Sutton Coldfield District Office
0121 464 9083
District Support Officer
0121 303 2355
Meetings and minutes
How you can be involved
- You can attend regular District Committees
- Ward Committees provide a mechanism for members of the public to become involved in the decisions that affect specific neighbourhoods
- Contact and/or meet your Ward Councillors
- Contact and/or meet your District Support Officer
- Look at the Democracy in Birmingham pages which give you access to agendas, minutes, reports and decisions of meetings
- You can give us your compliments, comments or complaints by visiting the 'Your Views' page
- There are Neighbourhood Forums in each Ward, involving a wide range of people
Call us on 0121 464 9083
Community Centres & Halls in Sutton Coldfield
There are three community centres in Sutton Coldfield and two community halls for hire. All occupy convenient locations close to public transport routes and other public amenities.
As well as providing a base for a range of community and sporting activities, some of the community centres also offer access to trained workers who carry out a range of community development work.
Each centre/hall has it own dedicated page. Please click this link for more information:
Throughout Sutton Coldfield, there is a wealth of community facilities and public and private services as well as advice services. Within these pages we aim to link to as many useful websites as possible. The town is served by Good Hope General Hospital, Birmingham Metropolitan College, Sutton Campus and good public transport links, has its own Civic Society and a range of Education for all ages services for senior citizens. Sutton Coldfield Town Hall offers the town a superb conference and concert venue and is available for hire for private parties and functions. So if you are planning to move to Sutton Coldfield or just visiting for business or pleasure then this page is a good place to start.
For 2014/15 all wards in Sutton Coldfield will receive a Community Chest allocation. 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 the District's priorities and Birmingham’s Community Strategy 2026.
Generally, any properly constituted not-for-profit 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 – contact Olive O'Sullivan on 0121 303 2355 or e-mail her at email@example.com
There may be a number of other funding opportunities available, such as Big Lottery Funding for example. Your District Ward Support Officer can give you more information on this.
Useful Council Information
Click here to find out more about Waste & Recycling and graffiti removal.
Find out about Libraries throughout Birmingham and Sutton Coldfield as well as topics related to Planning.
Other Useful Birmingham City Council Pages:
Children, Young People & Families
Information for Older People
Disability Information Zone
Farmers Markets and access to other Market information
Bereavement Services (including cemeteries and crematoria)
Registering a Birth or Death
Sutton Coldfield Registration Out-station is now closed. To access information about registration, please click Birmingham Register Office. All general certificate enquiries and information on how to register a birth or a death are dealt with by the Birmingham Register Office on the following number: 0121 675 1000.
Copyright: Birmingham City Council
Copyright: Birmingham City Council