Councillor Keith Linnecor
All about me
I was born in Birmingham and have lived in Oscott for 40 years. I was elected as a local Councillor for Oscott in 1996 after years of various community activities. I have never wanted to represent another area as I personally believe you should represent the area you live and care about.
Becoming a local Councillor was for me a natural progression given my interest in the community especially the elderly and disabled. I have also always been interested in improving road safety, the environment and crime prevention. Being a Councillor puts you in a position where you can do more things for the community, which is why I wanted to become one. I now have my personal blog where you can find out what I am up to.
Elected: Oscott Ward
Joined Council: 2 May 1996
Office Expires: 2022
Political Party: Labour
Council Service: May 1996 to date
Committee Membership 2019 - 2020:
Transport Delivery Committee.
How to Contact Me
You can visit me at the advice surgeries below or contact me by telephone or email.
Advice surgeries are where you are able to visit your local councillors with any issues or concerns that you have.
Councillors will always try to attend their advice surgeries; however there may be times, when an advice surgery has to be cancelled or changed at short notice. There is no legal requirement for Councillors to keep the advice surgery open for the full time.
Oscott Ward Councillors operate a rota -
1st Wednesday of the month, 7:00pm
610 Community Centre, Kingstanding Road, Birmingham, B44
(Induction Loop available and disabled access)
Home visits can be arrange for the elderly/disabled, please contact me.