Coronavirus (COVID-19):

Coronavirus remains a serious health risk. It’s important to stay cautious and help protect yourself and others. Please continue to follow national government advice.

Public consultation

‘Perry Barr 2040: A Vision for Legacy’ is a consultation document that sets out initial ideas around how Perry Barr should evolve over the next 20 years.

CGI image of perry barr hall park gateway showing buildings, walkways and greenery

Your views

Public consultation took place from 15 July to 29 September.

Whilst the formal consultation period has ended, this is an ongoing process of engagement. You can send in your comments by emailing us at Please note, however, that comments received after the 29 September may not be reflected in the Consultation Statement that will support the masterplan through the Cabinet adoption process and, depending on when they are received, may be too late to inform the masterplan’s production.

Your feedback is helping us shape the final Perry Barr 2040 masterplan anticipated in late autumn 2021. Your comments will also feed into the Perry Barr 2040 Delivery Plan, which sets out how the proposals within the Masterplan will be implemented, when and who’s involved.

Why is PB2040 important?

It’s the first step towards agreeing a regeneration framework for Perry Barr and builds on the Commonwealth Games as a catalyst for change, to secure a legacy for all.

It sets out

  • A Vision to unite stakeholders
  • Clear Objectives that identify the themes that are key to the area’s transformation
  • Place Principles to deliver the vision for the future, focussed on five themes:
    • Living and Working;
    • Renewing and Repurposing;
    • Connecting Green Spaces and places;
    • Promoting Healthy Communities; and
    • Delivering a Thriving Centre.   
  • Five Focus Areas in Perry Barr that have greatest potential to deliver change:  These are:
    • Perry Park
    • Perry Hall Park
    • Perry Barr Village
    • Perry Barr Urban Centre
    • Walsall Road Corridor
rating button