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Open Consultations
Proposed Local Authority Admission Arrangements for September 2020/2021
ASYE evaluation (NQSWs) cohort 10
School Organisation: Wilkes Green Infant and Junior Amalgamation Final
School Road experimental closure
Birmingham Urban Centres Framework
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Forthcoming Consultations
Withy Hill Park Revised Improvement Scheme
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Closed Consultations
Taxi and Private Hire Vehicle Emissions Standards and Age Policy
Proposed Admission Arrangements for September 2020/2021
Budget Consultation 2019+
Infrastructure Delivery Contractors Performance Questionnaire
Local Welfare Provision Consultation 2019
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We Asked, You Said, We Did

Here are some of the issues we have consulted on and their outcomes. See all outcomes

We Asked

This consultation has now closed

You Said

13 responses where received

We Did

Contact admissionsconsultation@birmingham.gov.uk with any questions.

We Asked

For comments/views in regard to the draft Statement of Gambling Principles.

You Said

Responses will be collated and reviewed and will contribute towards a report for the Licensing and Public Protection Committee to consider.

We Did

The results of this consultation will form part of a report which will be heard and approved by members at a future Licensing and Public Protection Committee.

We Asked

We asked for your comments during the informal consultation on the draft proposal to change the age range of Al-Hijrah School.

You Said

We received 607 responses in total.

Please see the "Results" section of this webpage and the attached analysis of the informal consultation.

We Did

All responses to the informal consultation have been collected and analysed by the School Organisation Team of Birmingahm City Council.

The analysis has been shared with the Interim Executive Board (IEB) and relevant officers of Birmingham City Council. The detailed comments have been sent to the IEB, with any personal information removed (names, contact details etc).

These comments will be considered before making a final proposal for formal consultation.