News published July 2021
Tyseley’s Reuse Shop set to open to the public
Birmingham residents will now have the choice to either reuse or recycle when visiting the city’s Household Recycling Centres (HRCs).
Design Competition for Commonwealth Games presentation items launched
A great opportunity is being launched to support the council’s role in welcoming VIPs and dignitaries during the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Breaking Down Barriers: Working Towards Birmingham's Future
Council bosses today vowed young people in Birmingham will not become a left behind generation, after youth unemployment almost doubled during the Covid pandemic.
Young Women in Leadership summit aims to inspire new generation of female leaders
Birmingham will host an intensive leadership programme next week, featuring talks and lectures by a variety of internationally renowned women with a view to inspire a new generation of female leaders.
Home to school transport - meeting for families
Birmingham City Council’s Leader, Cllr Ian Ward will tonight be holding a second public meeting as part of its continuing commitment to engage with parents and schools as the service works to improve.
Business case for East Birmingham Inclusive Growth Programme to go to Cabinet
The business case for a major growth programme, which aims to transform one of the most deprived parts of Birmingham, will be discussed at Cabinet next week.
Vue cinema chain fined £750,000 following foot-rest fatality
A major cinema chain was fined £750,000 for breaching health and safety legislation at its Star City theatre in Nechells which led to a cinema-goer’s death, at Birmingham Crown Court today (20 July).
Statement from Cllr Kate Booth
Cllr Kate Booth has made the following statement about her decision to step down as cabinet member.
Affordable homes set to be delivered sooner than expected at Perry Barr Residential Scheme
Updated plans designed to maximise the regeneration benefits of the Perry Barr Residential Scheme are detailed in a Revised Full Business Case (RFBC) Update due before Cabinet on July 27.
Residents to be given say on YouTube series designed to catch fly-tippers
Plans for a YouTube video series to help catch the culprits of fly-tipping in Birmingham are set to take a step forward when the city council’s Cabinet meets next week.