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  • Post 16 Parental Engagement Survey

    The Post 16 Forum is a city-wide strategic group consisting of senior leaders from schools, colleges, training providers and Birmingham City Council. The group works together to provide strategic guidance to improve education and training opportunities for young people aged 14-19 in... More
    Opened 1 May 2019
  • Southside Public Realm Improvements

    Birmingham City Council and Southside Business Improvement District (BID) are working on plans to create a vibrant and high quality public square outside the Hippodrome Theatre. In 2011 the council adopted the Big City Plan which included proposals for improved streets and a public square in... More
    Opened 17 June 2019
  • Ladypool Road Experimental One-way Scheme

    Ladypool Road is a thriving local centre and part of the world famous Balti Triangle, with lots of local shops, restaurants, takeaways and other facilities. The road is quite narrow in some places and vehicles can often find it hard to pass each other. There is also limited space for parking... More
    Opened 17 June 2019
  • Business views on the role of the public sector to increase the competitiveness of SMEs

    _____________________________________________________________ Business views on the role of the public sector to increase the competitiveness of SMEs Purpose of survey This survey aims to understand how the public sector (particularly Local Authorities) can better support... More
    Closed 14 June 2019
  • Disposal of Education Playing Field Land (Section 77): Short Heath Unattached Playing Field

    Birmingham City Council wishes to dispose of 26,912 square metres of unattached school playing field land at Short Heath Road, Birmingham B23 6JX (adjacent to Bleak Hill recreation ground), in the Erdington district of the city. In order to dispose of this playing field it will be... More
    Created 13 June 2019
  • Article 4 Direction relating to Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs)

    The City Council has made a decision to introduce a city-wide Article 4 Direction, which will mean a planning application must be submitted for proposals to convert family houses (C3 use class) to small Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs) accommodating between 3 and 6 people (C4 use... More
    Opened 6 June 2019
  • HMO Declaration Form

    If you are the landlord of an existing small HMO, we are asking that you declare this to us and provide details of the address of the property and any evidence to show that it is an existing HMO. This will ensure that we have as much information as possible about existing HMOs in the city... More
    Opened 6 June 2019
  • School Organisation: Colebourne PrimarySchool

    Colebourne Primarey School is a community school for pupils aged 4 - 11 years. The school is located on Stechford Road, Birmingham B34 6NJ (Bromford & Hodge Hill Ward; and Hodge Hill Constituency). This proposal by Birmingham City Council, in collaboration with the school, is to consult... More
    Closed 5 June 2019
  • Walking and Cycling Strategy and Infrastructure Plan

    Birmingham is a growing city, with aspirations to be enterprising, innovative and green. However, air quality is poor, congestion is a major concern, levels of obesity are rising and there is overdependence on cars for short journeys. Part of the solution to these... More
    Created 4 June 2019
  • Bus Priority Measures on Sherlock Street

    Lots of people travel to and in Birmingham city centre every day. We need to improve public transport to make it easy for people to get around and to reduce reliance on private cars, which cause unnecessary congestion and air pollution. We are currently working to create a clean air city,... More
    Opened 4 June 2019
  • A34 Perry Barr Highway Improvement Scheme

    Perry Barr will see unprecedented change over the coming years thanks to more than £500m of investment into the area. This regeneration will deliver new homes, improvements to public transport, walking and cycling routes, new community facilities and high-quality public spaces. The area... More
    Opened 3 June 2019
  • Statement of Community Involvement (SCI)

    The Statement of Community Involvement (SCI) sets out how the Council will involve local communities, businesses and other stakeholders in the preparation and review of planning policy and the consideration of planning applications. It explains who will be consulted, when and how. ... More
    Opened 3 June 2019
  • On-street parking around the University of Birmingham and Birmingham hospitals - Disabled Parking Bays

    Recent expansions at the University of Birmingham and facilities on the Queen Elizabeth Hospital site mean that more people are now travelling to this area. Together with new homes and an increase in car ownership, there are now significant pressures on parking in local streets. This can have a... More
    Closed 31 May 2019
  • Team Briefing Feedback

    Adult Social Care Directorate has just introduced Team Briefings to staff, in response to staff feedback about inconsistent communication. Adult Social Care Management Team are keen to hear feedback on the initiative and encourage you to complete this short survey to make your views... More
    Closed 31 May 2019
  • Parking in Bournbrook and Selly Park (Area 1C)

    Recent expansions at the University of Birmingham and facilities on the Queen Elizabeth Hospital site mean that more people are now travelling to this area. Together with new homes and an increase in car ownership, there are now significant pressures on parking in local streets. This can have a... More
    Closed 26 May 2019
  • Parking in Harborne (Area 3E)

    Recent expansions at the University of Birmingham and facilities on the Queen Elizabeth Hospital site mean that more people are now travelling to this area. Together with new homes and an increase in car ownership, there are now significant pressures on parking in local streets. This can have a... More
    Closed 26 May 2019
  • Parking in Weoley & Selly Oak (Area 4)

    Recent expansions at the University of Birmingham and facilities on the Queen Elizabeth Hospital site mean that more people are now travelling to this area. Together with new homes and an increase in car ownership, there are now significant pressures on parking in local streets. This can have a... More
    Closed 26 May 2019
  • Parking in Cotteridge & Bournville (Area 5)

    Recent expansions at the University of Birmingham and facilities on the Queen Elizabeth Hospital site mean that more people are now travelling to this area. Together with new homes and an increase in car ownership, there are now significant pressures on parking in local streets. This can have a... More
    Closed 26 May 2019
  • Parking in Bournbrook and Selly Park (Area 1A)

    Recent expansions at the University of Birmingham and facilities on the Queen Elizabeth Hospital site mean that more people are now travelling to this area. Together with new homes and an increase in car ownership, there are now significant pressures on parking in local streets. This can have a... More
    Closed 26 May 2019
  • Parking in Bournbrook and Selly Park (Area 1B)

    Recent expansions at the University of Birmingham and facilities on the Queen Elizabeth Hospital site mean that more people are now travelling to this area. Together with new homes and an increase in car ownership, there are now significant pressures on parking in local streets. This can have a... More
    Closed 26 May 2019
  • Parking in Edgaston (Area 2A)

    Recent expansions at the University of Birmingham and facilities on the Queen Elizabeth Hospital site mean that more people are now travelling to this area. Together with new homes and an increase in car ownership, there are now significant pressures on parking in local streets. This can have a... More
    Closed 26 May 2019
  • Parking in Edgaston (Area 2B)

    Recent expansions at the University of Birmingham and facilities on the Queen Elizabeth Hospital site mean that more people are now travelling to this area. Together with new homes and an increase in car ownership, there are now significant pressures on parking in local streets. This can have a... More
    Closed 26 May 2019
  • Parking in Edgaston (Area 2C)

    Recent expansions at the University of Birmingham and facilities on the Queen Elizabeth Hospital site mean that more people are now travelling to this area. Together with new homes and an increase in car ownership, there are now significant pressures on parking in local streets. This can have a... More
    Closed 26 May 2019
  • Parking in Harborne (Area 3A)

    Recent expansions at the University of Birmingham and facilities on the Queen Elizabeth Hospital site mean that more people are now travelling to this area. Together with new homes and an increase in car ownership, there are now significant pressures on parking in local streets. This can have a... More
    Closed 26 May 2019
  • Parking in Harborne (Area 3B)

    Recent expansions at the University of Birmingham and facilities on the Queen Elizabeth Hospital site mean that more people are now travelling to this area. Together with new homes and an increase in car ownership, there are now significant pressures on parking in local streets. This can have a... More
    Closed 26 May 2019
  • Parking in Harborne (Area 3C)

    Recent expansions at the University of Birmingham and facilities on the Queen Elizabeth Hospital site mean that more people are now travelling to this area. Together with new homes and an increase in car ownership, there are now significant pressures on parking in local streets. This can have a... More
    Closed 26 May 2019
  • Parking in Harborne (Area 3D)

    Recent expansions at the University of Birmingham and facilities on the Queen Elizabeth Hospital site mean that more people are now travelling to this area. Together with new homes and an increase in car ownership, there are now significant pressures on parking in local streets. This can have a... More
    Closed 26 May 2019
  • Sensory Support in Further Education

    '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... More
    Opened 21 May 2019
  • Bus Priority Measures Hockley Hill

    Lots of people travel to and in Birmingham city centre every day. We need to improve public transport to make it easy for people to get around and to reduce reliance on private cars, which cause unnecessary congestion and air pollution. We are currently working to create a clean air city,... More
    Opened 21 May 2019
  • Birmingham Public Health Green Paper

    Birmingham City Council would like your views on the proposed Birmingham Public Health Green Paper. This Green Paper sets out the proposed Public Health priorities for the next four years. Our priorities have been informed by data and intelligence on the areas of need in our City. ... More
    Closed 18 May 2019
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