News published April 2019
Birmingham Adult Education Service judged 'good' by Ofsted
Birmingham Adult Education Service has been judged as providing a ‘good’ overall service, according to its latest Ofsted report – an improvement on the previous inspection.
New policy for home-to-school transport
A proposed new Travel Assist policy following public consultation has today been approved by cabinet committee.
Second phase of Games Village legacy scheme submitted to planners
An outline planning application for the second phase of the regeneration of Perry Barr was formally submitted to Birmingham City Council today (April 15).
Think BLUE, let cyclists through: Birmingham Cycle Revolution A34 cycle route now open
The first of two fully segregated cycle routes in Birmingham is now open for use.
Birmingham City Council and Walsall Road Allotments find a way forward
The first images of how Perry Park and areas around Alexander Stadium - including Walsall Road Allotments - could look during and after Commonwealth Games were released today.
Next step for Langley and Peddimore developments
Plans for 6,000 new homes in north Birmingham and up to 10,000 new jobs are set to be discussed at Birmingham City Council’s cabinet next week.
Statement following protests at Anderton Park school
Cllr John Cotton, Cabinet Member for Social Inclusion, Community Safety and Equalities, has made the following statement regarding protests at Anderton Park school.
Adoption inspection provides positive outcome
Birmingham Children’s Trust Adoption Agency received a positive outcome from their first adoption inspection, held in February this year.
Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games benefits highlighted in report
A report detailing the benefits and legacy of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games to the city and Queensland state has been published.
Birmingham Independent Improvement Panel publishes its final report to the Secretary of State
After four years the Birmingham Independent Improvement Panel has produced its final report to the Secretary of State.