News published February 2018
On Valentine's Day, Birmingham proves it loves sport
In March Birmingham will once again prove that it loves sport when the city hosts three major sports events in three Commonwealth sports, all in one venue - Arena Birmingham.
Commonwealth Games Village to provide housing legacy
The transformation of north-west Birmingham will be significantly accelerated thanks to the housing legacy from the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
‘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.
City announces plans to celebrate women’s vote centenary
A century on from the first women being given the vote, Birmingham City Council today revealed its plans for a series of events and projects to mark this important anniversary.
Working together to tackle domestic abuse
Councillor Paulette Hamilton, cabinet member for health and social care, talks about why tackling domestic abuse is everyone’s business.
Garden Waste service 2018
Subscriptions for this year’s Birmingham City Council garden waste collection service are now available.
Available months for 2018