News published February 2019
Birmingham receives £485,845 boost to youth crime projects
Birmingham City Council and Birmingham Children’s Trust were awarded £485,845 from the Government’s Supporting Families Against Youth Crime fund today (22 February).
WASTE DISPUTE UPDATE: Birmingham City Council’s detailed response to the latest claims from Howard Beckett of Unite the Union
Birmingham City Council’s detailed response to the latest claims from Howard Beckett of Unite the Union.
Statement on chief operating officer
Birmingham City Council’s Chief Operating Officer, Strategic Services, Angela Probert, has announced she left the authority after almost three years in post
Consultation on draft new Travel Assist policy
Councillor Kate Booth, cabinet member for children’s wellbeing, is encouraging people to take part in the Travel Assist policy consultation.
Statement on Walsall Road Allotments
The following is a statement in relation to recent reports on the future of Walsall Road Allotments in Perry Barr.
Birmingham Municipal Housing Trust celebrates ten years, with ten more homes
Birmingham Municipal Housing Trust (BMHT) is celebrating its ten year anniversary with the completion of ten new homes.
New Director of Public Health appointed
A national strategic advisor to Public Health England has been appointed as Director of Public Health at Birmingham City Council.
Changes to bin collection contingency announced
Changes are being made to the contingency plan drawn up for bin collections in Birmingham as industrial action continues.
Birmingham announces major regeneration proposals for Ladywood
Birmingham City Council has announced plans to take forward proposals for a housing led regeneration initiative for the Ladywood area.
Further details of Perry Barr regeneration announced
Proposals for the second phase of the regeneration of Perry Barr have been unveiled by Birmingham City Council today (February 11).
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