Constituency Committees

Each constituency has a Constituency Committee. The 12 Ward Councillors from each constituency sit on their Constituency’s Committee.

Constituency Committees focus on the needs of their area of the city, and commission, plan and monitor the delivery of services and programmes to meet those needs.

Each committee meets at least six times a year. You can view meeting agendas, minutes and decisions online, and watch videos of committee meetings.

Constituency Committees don’t engage directly with residents and communities - that is the role of Ward Forums.

Find out more about your constituency.

Responsibilities

Constituency Committees are responsibilities for making decisions on local services, including:

  • Adult education
  • Community arts
  • Community development and play services
  • Community libraries
  • Customer Service Centres
  • Highways Services
  • Local car parks
  • Local community safety teams
  • Local housing management
  • Parks and allotments
  • Pest control
  • Rubbish and recycling, including street cleaning, flytipping and graffiti
  • School crossing patrols
  • Sports and leisure
  • Youth services

You can find out more about the role and responsibilities of Constituency Committees in Birmingham City Council’s Constitution.