Home To School Transport - Proposed Policies

Overview

On the 7th of January 2013 Birmingham City Council introduced changes to the Home to School Transport policies for NEW STARTERS. At that meeting Cabinet asked that a further consultation takes place that included but was not limited to the implementation of the policy changes to all those pupils receiving support for school transport.

Why We Are Consulting

THESE PROPOSALS IF ACCEPTED WILL AFFECT CURRENT USERS

I am inviting you to complete the web based survey if you are currently in receipt of the home to school transport support – including the receipt of bus passes. The responses received will form part of the report received by Cabinet in order to inform the decision.   

The proposed changes to the policy for transport are included within this document and can be found on our web page:

http://www.birmingham.gov.uk/transport-policy

What Happens Next

The feedback provided will inform a Cabinet Report, an Equalities Analysis and a summary of the outcomes will be published on the City Council website.

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Contact

Children's Commissioning 0121 675 1161

Key Dates

Consultation is Closed

Ran from 15 May 2013 to 3 Jul 2013

Other Information

Areas:

  • ACOCKS GREEN,
  • ASTON,
  • BARTLEY GREEN,
  • BILLESLEY,
  • BORDESLEY GREEN,
  • BOURNVILLE,
  • BRANDWOOD,
  • CITY CENTRE,
  • EDGBASTON,
  • ERDINGTON,
  • HALL GREEN,
  • HANDSWORTH WOOD,
  • HARBORNE,
  • HODGE HILL,
  • KINGS NORTON,
  • KINGSTANDING,
  • LADYWOOD,
  • LONGBRIDGE,
  • LOZELLS AND EAST HANDSWORTH,
  • MOSELEY AND KINGS HEATH,
  • NECHELLS,
  • NORTHFIELD,
  • OSCOTT,
  • PERRY BARR,
  • QUINTON,
  • SELLY OAK,
  • SHARD END,
  • SHELDON,
  • SOHO,
  • SOUTH YARDLEY,
  • SPARKBROOK,
  • SPRINGFIELD,
  • STECHFORD AND YARDLEY NORTH,
  • STOCKLAND GREEN,
  • SUTTON FOUR OAKS,
  • SUTTON NEW HALL,
  • SUTTON TRINITY,
  • SUTTON VESEY,
  • TYBURN,
  • WASHWOOD HEATH,
  • WEOLEY

Audience:

  • All residents,
  • Asylum Seekers and Refugees,
  • Minority Ethnic people,
  • Carers,
  • Young people,
  • Disabled people,
  • Children,
  • Council tenants,
  • Women,
  • Councillors/MPs/MEPs,
  • Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender people,
  • Children in Care/looked after,
  • Gypsies/Travellers,
  • Internet users,
  • Parents/Carers/Guardians,
  • People with Disabilities,
  • People with Learning Disabilities,
  • Men,
  • Students,
  • Local Residents,
  • Age All,
  • Public Sector Bodies,
  • Faith groups,
  • Community groups,
  • Voluntary Organisations,
  • Staff,
  • Service user groups

Interests:

  • Spending,
  • Democracy and Participation