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  • Operation Encompass Evaluation

    Operation Encompass is a police and schools initiative to provide early information sharing and interventon for children affected by domestic abuse. Why are we doing this survey? Birmingham Children’s Trust are taking over lead responsibility for Operation Encompass from 1 st April 2024. We would welcome your views and feedback to shape future provision. Closing date for giving your views is Friday 7th June 2024. For further enquiries please... More
    Closed 10 June 2024
  • Kings Heath & Moseley Places for People Phase 2 Designs

    Places for People in Kings Heath & Moseley aims to reduce traffic in residential neighbourhoods. The first phase of this scheme was delivered as a trial in 2020 and made permanent in 2022 with the intention that a second phase would implement a revised area-wide scheme. We are now seeking feedback specifically on the designs for this second phase. Measures have been grouped into four packages for delivery. We are currently seeking feedback on the designs for measures included in the... More
    Closed 9 June 2024
  • Case File Audit Checklist Tool: Social Work

    One case file audit should be completed at each supervision with the Social Worker or Social Care Practitioner. You should choose a case that has been closed in the last month, and in time feedback should be given. More
    Opened 3 June 2024
  • Mobility Impairment Deep Dive - Questionnaire for Citizens

    Birmingham City Council are writing a report (known as a 'Deep Dive') about citizens living with a mobility impairment in Birmingham. This includes information about the prevalence of mobility impairments in Birmingham, associated health conditions and health inequalities, in addition to mapping local services. You are invited to take part in this questionnaire to collect lived experience data. If you choose to participate, you will be asked about yourself and your experience of... More
    Closed 31 May 2024
  • Medical Travel Survey

    Birmingham City Council would like to find out more about how people move about the city, in particular with its city centre medical centres. By completing this survey you will help us gather valuable data about your journey today which will help with shaping future transport resources. More
    Closed 31 May 2024
  • Mobility Impairment Deep Dive - Questionnaire for Professionals

    Birmingham City Council are writing a report (known as a 'Deep Dive') about citizens living with a mobility impairment in Birmingham. We define 'impairment' as ‘an injury, illness, or congenital condition that causes or is likely to cause a loss or difference of physiological or psychological function’. The term mobility impairment is therefore used to describe a broad range of needs including the use of a wheelchair, walking aids, splints and adaptations in the home. You are... More
    Closed 31 May 2024
  • Mobility Impairment Deep Dive - Questionnaire for Carers

    Birmingham City Council are writing a report (known as a 'Deep Dive') about citizens living with a mobility impairment in Birmingham. We define 'impairment' as ‘an injury, illness, or congenital condition that causes or is likely to cause a loss or difference of physiological or psychological function’. The term mobility impairment is therefore used to describe a broad range of needs including the use of a wheelchair, walking aids, splints and adaptations in the home. You are... More
    Closed 31 May 2024
  • Digbeth Active Travel and Streets consultation

    We want to improve key streets in Digbeth ahead of future changes in the area. The area will become a key connecting route from HS2 to the Eastside of the city, linking Digbeth’s major public and private developments with HS2 and into the city centre. These improvements will provide a safe, attractive, and welcoming environment for walking, wheeling* and cycling. *wheeling refers to people travelling using wheelchairs and other wheeled aids, such as... More
    Opened 27 May 2024
  • Tyseley and Hay Mills Liveable Neighbourhoods Pilot Business Survey

    Birmingham has ambitious plans for the city to become a healthier, thriving city, and at local level we are piloting a plan to help improve health, social and economic inequalities in the Tyseley and Hay Mills area. We are researching into “liveable neighbourhoods”, an approach to develop better access to quality every day local services and facilities that are important to residents within a short walk or cycle of their homes. View the image... More
    Opened 21 May 2024
  • Tyseley and Hay Mills Liveable Neighbourhoods Pilot Children's Survey

    Birmingham City Council look after things like bins, parks, and leisure centres in your neighbourhood, and it is currently putting together a plan to improve things in Tyseley and Hay Mills to make the area a nicer place to live. We aim to do this by ensuring that: View image in new browser window In order to help us to do this, we want you to tell us what you like and don’t like about the area, and to give us some of your own ideas of how it could... More
    Opened 21 May 2024
  • Sensory Support in Further Education Academic Year 2023-24

    'Sensory Support' staff are visiting teachers that help young people with a hearing or vision loss access their education in various settings. We want to make sure that the support we give in Further Education settings is working well, gives the support you need throughout your college experience, and in all areas of your journey towards a successful adulthood. More
    Opened 21 May 2024
  • Tyseley and Hay Mills Liveable Neighbourhoods Pilot

    Birmingham has ambitious plans for the city to become a healthier, thriving city, and at local level we are piloting a plan to help improve health, social and economic inequalities in the Tyseley and Hay Mills area. We are researching into “liveable neighbourhoods”, an approach to develop better access to quality every day local services and facilities that are important to residents within a short walk or cycle of their homes. View image in new... More
    Opened 21 May 2024
  • School Organisation St Benedicts April 2024 - SOT-10195

    Proposal to Make Changes to St Benedict’s Primary School : Birmingham City Council is consulting on a statutory proposal to make the following change to the school, a community school located at St Benedict's Road, Birmingham, B10 9DP: Establish Resource Base provision Resource Base for up to 36 pupils which will be implemented over three phases: 12 in September 2024 12 in September 2025 12 in September 2026 ... More
    Closed 10 May 2024
  • School Organisation Springfield House April 2024 Stat Pub - SOT10199

    Proposal to Make Changes to Uffculme School: Birmingham City Council is consulting on a statutory proposal to make the following change to the school, a foundation school located at Queensbridge Road, Moseley, Birmingham B13 8QB : to increase the number of pupil places being offered from 204 to 266 The details and reasons for this change are explained in the complete proposal document attached at the bottom of this consultation webpage. ... More
    Closed 10 May 2024
  • Small Heath Neighbourhood Plan Forum and Area Boundary Consultation

    An application has been submitted by community members in Small Heath for the Council to consider the designation of a Neighbourhood Planning Forum and Neighbourhood Plan area boundary. The application must now be publicised by the Council for 6 weeks in accordance with Neighbourhood Planning regulations. The application includes the proposed geographic Neighbourhood Plan boundary, a statement of how community members meet the regulations to become the relevant... More
    Opened 8 May 2024
  • Birmingham Domestic Abuse Prevention Strategy 2024+

    Birmingham City Council is consulting with citizens again on the city’s draft Domestic Abuse Prevention Strategy 2024+. At the end of 2023, we asked citizens whether the draft strategy set out the right key priorities and actions for how we, with agencies across the city, will work together to tackle domestic abuse over the next five years. Over 90% of the respondents agreed with that the priorities, vision and focus and we received valuable constructive feedback for this bold and ambitious... More
    Opened 8 May 2024
  • Adult Social Care Internal Day Centre Consultation

    'Your Day, Your Say' - Adult Social Care Day Centre Consultation We are undertaking a public consultation in relation to the Adult Social Care Day Centres for people with disabilities provided by Birmingham City Council. The consultation starts on the 7th of May and closes on the 9th of July 2024. Your views are very important to us, so we appreciate you making the time to complete our questionnaire. Proposal Summary We currently provide nine Day... More
    Opened 7 May 2024
  • Perry Park Landscape Improvements & Play Area

    The old play area in Perry Park was removed in advance of the 2022 Commonwealth Games in preparation for the Transport Mall infrastructure required to host such a large event. Since that time play facilities in the park have been absent with the closest available play area being approximately 550m away on Perry Hall Playing Fields. More
    Closed 5 May 2024
  • Oral health survey for citizens of Birmingham

    Thank you for agreeing to take part in this survey which is exploring your experiences and opinions of dental health. When we talk about oral health, we are talking about the health of our teeth, mouth, and gums. Our oral health can impact on other things such as how we eat, how we communicate, and it may leave some people with pain. Your answers to the questions in this survey will remain anonymous (i.e. you will not be identified in any way). We want to understand more about the... More
    Closed 30 April 2024
  • Parliamentary Insights Feedback Survey

    This survey will help us gather feedback from readers of the Parliamentary Insights document about its usefulness, level of detail, format, and potential improvements. The aim is to improve the document's effectiveness in providing valuable information to its readers. More
    Closed 30 April 2024
  • Listening to the Voices of Druids Heath

    We have drafted a Community Charter to help the Druids Heath Community understand what their rights are and how we want to engage with the community throughout the regeneration project. A Community Charter is standard practice in any large regeneration project and is designed to give residents assurance around what they are entitled to. The document sets out the Council's offer and commitments to the Druids Heath community to give all stakeholders an opportunity to engage and are fully... More
    Closed 28 April 2024
  • BIRMINGHAM CARERS PARTNERSHIP STRATEGY 2024 to 2029

    BIRMINGHAM CARERS PARTNERSHIP STRATEGY 2024 to 2029 The Draft Birmingham’s Carers Partnership Strategy has been developed by a range of partners including Integrated Care Board (ICB) Birmingham City Council, Birmingham Children’s Trust, providers, and voluntary and community sector colleagues. It represents Birmingham’s vision and continuing commitment to Carers, alongside a commitment to partnership working. Carers make a critical and often under-appreciated... More
    Closed 19 April 2024
  • Road Harm Reduction Strategy consultation

    The Birmingham Road Harm Reduction Strategy has been developed to complement the Birmingham Transport Plan . It sets out a bold approach to transform Birmingham’s roads and streets to make them safer, more inclusive, and more attractive. The ambition of the strategy is to end death and serious injury for users of Birmingham’s roads in line with the Vision Zero concept, which aspires to eliminate all traffic fatalities and serious injuries. Each year on Birmingham’s roads,... More
    Closed 5 April 2024
  • Libraries Consultation 2024

    Birmingham City Council has a legal duty to provide a comprehensive and efficient library service for all those who “live, work or study and want to access the service” in the city. (Public Libraries and Museums Act 1964) . We are currently inviting people who live, work, or study in Birmingham to help shape the future of the library service. ​ For more than a decade, tightening budgets for maintenance, staffing, and technology have made Birmingham... More
    Opened 4 April 2024
  • Kings Heath & Moseley Places for People - west of High Street March 2024 update

    Following approval from Birmingham City Council Cabinet in January 2023, work has been undertaken to produce designs for a more permanent scheme here, building on the existing measures that were delivered in October 2020. While there has been local support for this scheme, it is recognised that there have been issues with larger vehicles needing to reverse along sections of these residential streets. There have also been ongoing challenges with bollards being removed without permission... More
    Closed 2 April 2024
  • Bereavement Services - Cemeteries and Crematoria User Survey 2024

    This user survey is to give you the opportunity to comment on the level of service that you have received. We would be very grateful if you could spend a few minutes to complete it. Any information that you return to us will be treated in a confidential manner. More
    Opened 1 April 2024
  • Violence and Abuse Against Women and Girls - Have Your Say

    Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) refers to acts of violence and/or abuse that disproportionately affects women and girls and is recognised as a function of gender inequality. We know that there is a higher occurrence of male perpetrators of violence against women and girls, however these acts can be committed by individuals of any gender, and men and boys are affected by these issues too. It is important to acknowledge that these acts can be perpetrated by anyone, not just... More
    Closed 28 March 2024
  • St George's Permit Parking Scheme 2024

    In the summer of 2019, residents and businesses in the St George’s area of Newtown were consulted about a proposal to introduce a resident parking scheme in the area. The scheme was, and still is, to be an additional measure alongside the implementation of the Clean Air Zone (CAZ) to discourage people driving into the CAZ and parking all day for free on local residential streets. This will then make it easier for residents in the zone who have vehicles to park near to their... More
    Closed 24 March 2024
  • Highgate Permit Parking Scheme 2024

    In the summer of 2019, residents and businesses in the Highgate area of the city were consulted about a proposal to introduce a resident parking scheme in the area. The scheme was, and still is, to be an additional measure alongside the implementation of the Clean Air Zone (CAZ) to discourage people driving into the CAZ and parking all day for free on local residential streets. This will then make it easier for residents in the zone who have vehicles to park near to their homes. ... More
    Closed 24 March 2024
  • Home to School Transport Policy Review Consultation

    Birmingham City Council is undertaking a review of its Travel Assistance Policy and as part of this review we want to consult with all stakeholders on the changes to the policy that are being considered. These changes would come into effect for the 2024/25 academic year (September 2024 onwards). The Council has a statutory duty to support eligible children and young people with home to school transport that meets their individual needs. This duty is mandatory in relation to... More
    Closed 22 March 2024
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