News published February 2020
Birmingham sets out life-changing plans for 230,000 of its residents
Birmingham City Council has launched a consultation on its ambitious new strategy for East Birmingham which seeks to dramatically improve the lives of 230,000 of its residents.
Connected for Warmth scheme to provide free central heating in Birmingham
Heating your home to at least 18C is important, especially if you have reduced mobility, are over 65 or, have a health condition.
The race is on to find the Community Champions of Birmingham
A search to find the unsung heroes of Birmingham to spearhead an exciting new community campaign has been launched by Birmingham City Council.
Coronavirus statement - 13 Feb 2020
Birmingham City Council is working closely with the local NHS and Public Health England to monitor the emerging global situation.
Raising the roof at Moseley Road Baths
Thanks to partnership working between community groups, national and international organisations and Birmingham City Council, the Gala Pool roof at Moseley Road Baths has been repaired.
Statement on HS2 latest
Cllr Ian Ward, leader of Birmingham City Council, has issued the following statement on HS2.
Budget outlines programme of investment, support and transformation
A significant programme of investment, transformation and support for the most vulnerable against continued financial challenges is detailed in Birmingham City Council’s latest financial plan.
Birmingham City Council and Aston Villa Foundation host networking event for homeless sector
Today at Villa Park, Birmingham City Council and the Aston Villa Foundation hosted a conference to recognise the hard work being provided to those sleeping rough by faith and community organisations.
Solihull man prosecuted for fly-tipping in Birmingham
A Solihull man has been ordered to pay £6,008 by Birmingham Magistrates’ Court after being found guilty of fly-tipping in Billesley.
Birmingham earns prestigious Tree Cities of the World status
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) along with the Arbor Day Foundation has today (February 4) recognised Birmingham with Tree Cities of the World designation.
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