News published June 2019
Birmingham wins share of multi-million pound parks fund
Birmingham has won a place on a new multi-million pound initiative to enhance the future of its parks and green spaces.
Public consultation to be held for Alexander Stadium redevelopment
Plans for the redevelopment of Alexander Stadium are set to go on display at public drop-in events later this month.
A34 and A38 cycle routes officially opened
The latest segregated cycle route delivered as part of the Birmingham Cycle Revolution (BCR) programme has been completed and is now open for use.
Section of A38 Aston Expressway to become paved park for Car Free Day
A section of the iconic A38 Aston Expressway is to be converted into a paved park for International Car Free Day on September 22.
Barrows for Birmingham’s cleaner, greener streets effort
Community groups and those with a passion for cleaner, greener streets are being invited to utilise equipment available on a fleet of 75 street cleaning barrows that have been bought by the council.
Bleed control kits pilot launched in city centre
A new pilot scheme, equipping city centre businesses and late night venues with specialist first aid kits, was launched by in Birmingham today (4 June 2019).