The consultation and how you can get involved
The council ran a public consultation from 25 May to 20 August 2023, seeking comments on the ‘Our Future City: Draft Central Birmingham Framework 2040’.
Now the consultation has closed, the council will review the comments received and amend the final framework where appropriate. A consultation report will be produced which will describe the level and type of responses received, the main issues raised and how they have influenced the final version of the framework. The council will then take the final framework to Cabinet to be approved in early 2024.
We encourage you to share your views and get involved to shape the future of the area.
How you can get involved
- Go to BeHeard - you can submit your comments using the online survey:
- Attend one of the scheduled consultation events listed below
- Email: CityCentreDevelopmentPlanning@birmingham.gov.uk
- If you are part of a community group or organisation that would like to get involved in shaping the future of central Birmingham we would like to hear from you by completing the expression of interest form:
Send your completed expression of interest form to: CityCentreDevelopmentPlanning@birmingham.gov.uk
The draft framework is available to view, and printed questionnaires can be completed at the following locations:
- 10 Woodcock Street, Birmingham, B7 4BL
- Balsall Heath Library, Moseley Road, Birmingham, B12 9BX
- Bloomsbury Library at The Pod, Oliver Street, Birmingham, B7 4NX
- Handsworth Library, Soho Road, Birmingham, B21 9DP
- Library of Birmingham, Centenary Square, Broad Street, Birmingham, B1 2ND
- Small Heath Library, Muntz Street, Birmingham, B10 9RX
- Spring Hill Library, Spring Hill, Birmingham, B18 7BH
- Erdington Customer Service Centre, 67 Sutton New Road, B23 6QT
- Northfield Customer Service Centre, 1a Vineyard Road, B31 1PG
- Harborne Library, High Street, B17 9QG
- Kings Heath Library, High Street, B14 7SW
- Shard End Library, The Shard, All Saints Square, Shard End Crescent, B34 7AG
- Sutton Coldfield Library, Lower Parade, B72 1XX
- South Yardley Library, Yardley Road, B25 8LT
- Ward End Library, Washwood Heath Road, Birmingham, B8 2HF
- Yardley Wood Library, Highfield Road, Birmingham, B14 4DU
The council will host a series of events and drop-in sessions where officers will be available to answer your questions.
|Monday 3 July||6:00pm to 7:00pm||Online webinar|
|Tuesday 4 July||11:00am to 4:00pm||Library of Birmingham, Centenary Square, Broad Street, B1 2ND|
|Thursday 6 July||4:00pm to 7:00pm||Small Heath Wellbeing Centre, Muntz Street, B10 9RX|
|Saturday 8 July||10:00am to 3:00pm||Edgbaston Artisan Market, Greenfield Crescent, Edgbaston, B15 3AU|
|Monday 10 July||2:00pm to 6:00pm||Birmingham Springhill Superstore, Camden Street, B18 7BH|
|Tuesday 11 July||6:00pm to 7:00pm||Online webinar*|
|Thursday 13 July||4:00pm to 6:00pm||
Small Heath Wellbeing Centre, Muntz Street, B10 9RX
|Monday 24 July||6:00pm to 7:00pm||
Online webinar - register for the webinar
*Due to technical difficulties, we were unable to run the online event on the 11 July. We have rearranged the event for Monday 24 July, see the table above for details.
If you have any questions and cannot attend the event, email: CityCentreDevelopmentPlanning@birmingham.gov.uk.
We will set up further events and meetings, and promote them on the website throughout the consultation period.
Page last updated: 5 September 2023