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#BrumBudget20: have your say at Birmingham City Council’s public budget consultation event
Residents, businesses, community groups and voluntary organisations are being invited to have their say on Birmingham City Council’s budget proposals for 2020+ at a drop-in event.
Budget balances investment in services against ongoing financial challenges
Birmingham City Council has published its latest financial plan.
#BrumBudget19: council to launch consultation
Birmingham City Council will launch a public consultation into its 2019/20 budget proposals on 13 November.
Flooding update – 28 May 2018
Following yesterday’s extreme weather conditions, in which an average month’s rainfall fell within the space of an hour, a number of areas across the city have been affected by flash flooding.
Council’s Cabinet line-up confirmed
Birmingham City Council’s new Cabinet has been announced.
Lord Mayor to commence Commonwealth Day celebrations
This year’s Commonwealth Day celebrations in Birmingham will have particular significance in light of the city being selected as the host city for the XXII Commonwealth Games in 2022.
Improvement Panel and Council to collaborate to tackle improvement challenges
Birmingham City Council and the Birmingham Independent Improvement Panel today published a joint letter to the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government.
‘You spoke, we listened’: council to set 2018/19 budget
Birmingham City Council will increase investment in housing, social care and cleaner, greener streets despite having to make a further £53 million in cuts for the 2018/19 budget.
#BrumBudget18: have your say
Birmingham City Council is today (12 December 2017) launching the public consultation into its 2018/19 budget proposals.
Council website wins Plain English Campaign Award
Birmingham City Council has won a Plain English Campaign Award for its website.
Jonathan Tew appointed as Assistant Chief Executive
Jonathan Tew has been appointed as Assistant Chief Executive of Birmingham City Council and will take up his post in January 2018.