Birmingham City Council 2014 Budget and Planning Birmingham's Future


Birmingham City Council needs to find ways of making further savings next year.

This means the way we deliver our services to you will have to change.

We want you to give us your views on the best way of doing this.

The online survey includes questions about all services with budget proposals but you can choose whether to comment on all of them, or just on a few.

It also asks if you think Council Tax should be increased next year and what you think of our ideas for how the Council should work in the future.

What Happens Next

All comments, along with the findings and feedback from the consultation events, will be passed to elected members. They will use this information to help them decide how Birmingham 's budget should be spent in the next financial year. 

A summary will also be published on after the consultation has finished.

Related Documents


The  Birmingham City Council 2014 Budget and Planning Birminghams Future consultation has now ended.  Thank you for sending in your views. All the survey responses and comments have been incorporated into a final report that will be used to shape the final budget.

You can read this report  and the notes of the public meetings that were held below.

You can also access information about the Consultation on Birmingham City Councils website www.   



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Key Dates

Consultation is Closed

Ran from 9 Dec 2013 to 10 Jan 2014

Open Public Meeting - Erdington

Tue 10 Dec 2013

Open Public Meeting - South Yardley

Wed 11 Dec 2013

Open Public Meeting - Handsworth

Thu 12 Dec 2013

Open Public Meeting - Bournville

Wed 18 Dec 2013

Other Information




  • All residents


  • Spending,
  • Democracy and Participation,
  • Care & Support for Adults,
  • Children & Young People,
  • Older people issues,
  • Voluntary Sector,
  • Health & Wellbeing,
  • Crime & Community Safety,
  • Arts & Culture,
  • Libraries,
  • Sport & Keep Fit,
  • Parks & Green Spaces,
  • Children’s Centres,
  • Early Years,
  • Education,
  • Environment,
  • Planning,
  • Regeneration,
  • Transport (Including Walking),
  • Housing,
  • Homelessness,
  • Business,
  • Employment,
  • City Centre Parking