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  • 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
    Opened 20 February 2024
  • Proposed advisory contraflow cycle lanes - Birmingham city centre

    Birmingham City Council is planning to add advisory contraflow cycle lanes on some streets in the city centre. The aim of these lanes is to improve connections for people cycling. A contraflow cycle lane means that people cycling can travel in both directions on a one-way street, with a lane marked on the street for them to use when going in the opposite direction to motor vehicles. An advisory cycle lane is marked with a broken white line painted on the ground, which means... More
    Opened 19 February 2024
  • BCELS Prescribers Survey 2024

    Commissioners in the NHS and Birmingham City Council are working together on what is needed for our future community equipment service. They would really welcome your views on what you think works well within the current services and what opportunities you can identify to change and innovate this service. We will be sending out a summary report to all prescribers after the survey closes, for your information. The online questionnaire will take no longer than 10 -15... More
    Closed 16 February 2024
  • BCC Needs Your Help Choosing a New Voice Assistant!

    Birmingham City Council is working to develop a new voice automation (VA) service. In this service, citizens phone the council, describe the problem or question that they need to be addressed, and are then directed to the correct place by the VA technology. This saves everyone time and gets you the help you need quickly. More
    Closed 14 February 2024
  • A45 cycle route - Bordesley Middleway to Small Heath Park: Traffic Regulation Order

    In November 2021, we consulted on a scheme to make permanent the A45 pop-up cycle route which was installed in 2020 during the Covid 19 pandemic. The consultation on Be Heard in 2021 set out the proposals which follow a route along Bordesley Middleway, Small Heath Highway, Bolton Road, Byron Road, and Tennyson Road to Small Heath Park. This route links to the city centre via the Bradford Street cycle route. View overview route plan (opens in another browser window) ... More
    Opened 8 February 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
    Opened 7 February 2024
  • Case File Audit Checklist Tool: Social Work (February 2024)

    An audit is to be completed at every supervision. This audit and a copy of the supervision form with any personal information redacted need to be completed on a monthly basis. More
    Opened 6 February 2024
  • Creating an Active Birmingham Strategy Consultation

    A draft Creating an Active Birmingham Strategy has been developed and sets out how together we can address low levels of physical activity in Birmingham and is intended to direct our actions in Birmingham over the next ten years (2024 – 2034). Our vision is to create a bold, healthy, and active city where people have access to a wide range of opportunities and a supportive environment to enable them to become more active. Birmingham will be a city... More
    Closed 1 February 2024
  • Pype Hayes Community Parks Improvements

    In February 2022 Birmingham City Council published it's 25 year delivery plan for a City of Nature. This plan will change the way Birmingham treats its natural environment and how it thinks about the future of parks and green spaces. It also has a strong focus on how green spaces impact human life and will involve the whole council and its core third sector partners though a City of Nature Alliance; whilst reaching out to the citizens of Birmingham to facilitate significantly more... More
    Closed 31 January 2024
  • Homelessness & Rough Sleeping Prevention Strategy 2024 - 2029

    Birmingham City Council is consulting with citizens on the city’s draft Homelessness & Rough Sleeping Prevention Strategy 2024-2029. This draft strategy sets out the key priorities and actions for how we, with agencies across the city, will work together to tackle homelessness over the next five years. Homelessness is any time you lack a secure place in which you are entitled to live, or when you can stay somewhere, but you are only entitled to stay on a very temporary basis.... More
    Opened 26 January 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
    Opened 25 January 2024
  • Connecting Bordesley Green

    Connecting Bordesley Green wants to make the area better for walking, wheeling* and cycling and make it easier to travel by these sustainable modes. This will improve our physical and mental health and also help traffic congestion and air pollution. * By ‘wheeling’ we mean people travelling using wheelchairs and other wheeled aids, such as mobility scooters, as well as pushchairs or prams. The scheme aims to: Improve pedestrian and cycle safety ... More
    Opened 22 January 2024
  • Listening to the Voices of Ladywood: Resident & Community Charter Feedback

    The Ladywood Estate Regeneration Scheme is Birmingham's most significant housing regeneration and redevelopment opportunity in the last generation and is at the very beginning of a 20-year plan. We understand the start of our engagement has caused frustration, and we are committed to making sure we do things differently in the future so the community can genuinely feel involved and at the heart of the process. Through the questions and comments you have shared with us via emails and... More
    Opened 13 January 2024
  • Health Intervention for Supported Housing- Online Survey (Residents)

    Birmingham City Council is inviting all residents of Birmingham, living in supported housing to complete this survey. We would like to understand your experience of accessing health and wellbeing services and your feedback on how this can be improved. The information provided by you will be used to shape the health intervention for supported housing residents. More
    Opened 12 January 2024
  • Health Intervention for Supported Housing Online Survey-(Staff)

    Birmingham City Council is inviting members of staff working with young people living in supported housing (in Birmingham) to complete this survey. We would like to understand your experience of young people accessing health and wellbeing services and your feedback on how this can be improved. The information provided by you will be used to shape the health intervention for supported housing residents. More
    Opened 12 January 2024
  • Proposed Admission Arrangements for September 2025/2026

    Birmingham City Council is the admission authority for community and voluntary controlled schools and is responsible for consulting on the proposed admissions arrangements and proposed admissions numbers for the 2025/2026 academic year. Birmingham City Council also facilitates the consultation process on behalf of own admission authority schools in Birmingham that have instructed the Council to carry out the consultation on their proposed admissions arrangements for the 2025/2026... More
    Closed 8 January 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
    Opened 8 January 2024
  • ASC Driver Vehicle Defect Report - Daily Checks for Public Service Vehicles (PSV)

    Dear Driver, Your vehicle checks are important to us and to your passengers. Carrying out daily fleet vehicle checks is a legal requirement. All drivers must demonstrate that they are compliant with the Vehicle and Operator Services Agency (VOSA) requirements while in charge of a Birmingham City Council vehicle. The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency in their; 'Guide to maintaining roadworthines' states the following: Daily walkaround check - A driver or designated... More
    Opened 5 January 2024
  • Birmingham Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Survey

    Birmingham City Council declared a climate emergency in June 2019 and are committed to reducing the city’s carbon emissions which includes supporting the use of electric or plug in hybrid vehicles (EVs). As more models become available, the Council has a key role in ensuring there is sufficient charging infrastructure so that all Birmingham residents can make the switch to electric. Birmingham’s Charge Point Strategy focuses on deploying fast and rapid charge... More
    Closed 29 December 2023
  • COST OF LIVING PROGRAMME

    Birmingham City Council are keen to hear from members of the public regarding how you are coping with the Cost of Living (COL) crisis. We want to know if the support you have received has met your needs or if you think there is something we can do better. More
    Closed 29 December 2023
  • Proposed Holyhead Traffic Management Scheme (South)

    Residents have raised concerns about the safety of the roads in the area and have asked for the introduction of a one-way system to help alleviate their concerns and parking issues. The area does not meet the criteria for the provision of funding from the Local Safety Scheme Programme. A one-time-only fund has been provided to fund a scheme to address the residents’ concerns. It is therefore proposed to introduce a one way system in the area that will include the following roads: ... More
    Closed 10 December 2023
  • Proposed Holyhead Traffic Management Scheme (North)

    Residents have raised concerns about the safety of the roads in the area and have asked for the introduction of a one-way system to help alleviate their concerns and parking issues. The area does not meet the criteria for the provision of funding from the Local Safety Scheme Programme. A one-time-only fund has been provided to fund a scheme to address the residents’ concerns. It is therefore proposed to introduce a one-way system in the area, that will include the... More
    Closed 10 December 2023
  • Birmingham Domestic Abuse Prevention Strategy 2024-29

    Birmingham City Council is consulting with citizens on the city’s draft Domestic Abuse Prevention Strategy 2024+. This draft strategy sets out the key priorities and actions for how we, with agencies across the city, will work together to tackle domestic abuse over the next five years. Domestic abuse is abuse in a personal relationship, such as from a partner, ex-partner or a family member. It can include physical abuse, sexual abuse, controlling behaviour (e.g., telling you... More
    Closed 6 December 2023
  • Proposed speed limit reduction to 30mph: Birmingham area-wide scheme

    Birmingham City Council is to review all existing 40mph speed limits across the city, with the intention that almost all will be revoked, with these becoming 30mph. The scheme aims to reduce speeds, improve road safety, and encourage walking and cycling. The need for the proposal has been driven by an increase in concerns about anti-social and dangerous driver behaviour, and due to the number of casualties amongst vulnerable road users. West Midlands Police, Transport for the... More
    Closed 19 November 2023
  • Cost of Living Week Events

    Birmingham City Council would like to share details of all events and services being delivered during our Cost of Living Week (Monday 6th - Friday 10th November 2023). We will use this information to promote the week, our partners, and all the work taking place across Birmingham to tackle the cost of living crisis. We will also encourage people to sign up to events and attend services in their area. You can use this form to submit details of: Any events that you are... More
    Closed 10 November 2023
  • Help us plan your Preparation for Adulthood events!

    As visiting teachers of young people who are deaf, have physical difficulties or are vision impaired, we are keen to know how we can improve helping you prepare for life after school. This survey is for young people (from Year 9 up) and their parents or carers, to individually complete, so we can gather together your thoughts and ideas. We will then use your thoughts and ideas to make sure the events we plan are designed the way you want them to be. More
    Closed 6 November 2023
  • Annual Compliance Return 2023

    Birmingham City Council as a Local Authority strives for excellence in health and safety management and performance and aims to work in partnership with a number of other key stakeholders and contractors to ensure this is met. BCC adopts the principles of sensible risk management which applies a reasonable and proportionate approach to health and safety monitoring and compliance of regulatory and corporate standards. As the employer, Birmingham City Council has overall... More
    Opened 1 November 2023
  • Soho, Lozells And East Handsworth PSPO consultation

    Birmingham City Council is considering the use of a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) to combat anti-social behaviour (ASB) in Soho, Lozells and Handsworth Area. PSPO's are part of the new ASB legislation which was introduced nationally in October 2014. This order will provide the Police and designated Council Officers, with additional powers across a defined geographical area, to tackle a wide range of anti-social behaviours. Find out more about PSPO's by visiting ... More
    Closed 29 October 2023
  • School Organisation SOT10191 Hamilton - Stat-pub Sep 2023

    Proposal to Make Changes to Hamilton School: Hamilton School's Governing Body is consulting on a proposal to make changes to Hamilton School located at Hamilton Road, Handsworth, Birmingham, B21 8AH Alter the age range from 4 – 11 years to 4 – 16 years. Increase pupil number from 108 to 287 Effective from 1 st September 2025. The details and reasons for this change are explained in the proposal document attached at the bottom of... More
    Closed 19 October 2023
  • Bolder Healthier Champion Registration form

    Bolder Healthier Champions are essential to improving and protecting the health in Birmingham, launched following the success of the Covid Champions scheme which made a massive contribution to help us tackle the pandemic. As a Bolder Healthier Champion, you will work with us as an important advocate on key health topics, receiving clear and trustworthy information while helping to develop supporting materials which you can share with your friends, family and community. Together, we hope... More
    Closed 29 September 2023
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