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  • Highways Winter Maintenance 2017/18

    Welcome, and thank you for taking the time to share your views with us by completing this survey. It should take a few minutes to complete and there is space at the end if you wish to make additional comments on any point. When completing the survey please think about your contact with Birmingham... More
    Opened 1 month ago
  • Birmingham Children's Trust Employee Engagement Survey

    Tell us how you feel about working for Birmingham Children’s Trust It’s April and we are now ‘officially’ Birmingham Children’s Trust! We want to be an employer of choice where staff are valued, listened to and have the right working environment to do their best for children,... More
    Opened 1 month ago
  • Birmingham Children's Trust - Placement Service Feedback Survey

    We are currently working on a redesign of our Placements Service. To ensure the Service is effective for everyone who uses it, we are seeking feedback from a range of people who use the Service including social work practitioners like yourselves! We would like you to tell us about your... More
    Opened 1 month ago
  • Birmingham Children's Trust - Placement Provider Survey

    From April 1 st Birmingham Children’s Social Care formally became Birmingham Children’s Trust. As part of our move to the Trust we are undertaking a review of our Placement Service and looking at how we work with our partners. As you are a crucial part of our offer, we want to look at... More
    Opened 2 months ago
  • Tell us why you foster for Birmingham!

    From April 1 st 2018 Birmingham Children’s Social Care formally became Birmingham Children’s Trust! As part of this move we have made a commitment to work closer with our foster carers, to engage with you more and to ask for your views to improve what we do. Birmingham uses both internal... More
    Opened 2 months ago
  • Temporary Accommodation Bed and Breakfast Contract

    Birmingham City Council plans to procure temporary accommodation for a number of departments currently using bed and breakfast type accommodation for their service users. This consultation allows providers to register their possible interest and to provide the council with some information needed... More
    Opened 2 months ago
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    Opened 2 months ago
  • Harborne Road Bus Lane

    Full details of the plans are below, or you can skip straight to the questionnaire . Please note, your responses are being collected by Birmingham City Council and will be shared with Transport for West Midlands We are committed to improving the bus network in Birmingham, helping to... More
    Opened 3 months ago
  • City Centre Road Improvements

    Lots of people travel to and in Birmingham city centre every day. We need to make sure that public transport is constantly improving to make it easy for people to get around and to reduce reliance on private cars, which cause unnecessary congestion and pollution. Through the Birmingham... More
    Opened 3 months ago
  • School Organisation St Benedict's Infant School

    St Benedict’s Infant School is a community infant school situated in the Bordesley Green ward of the Hodge Hill district of the City. The school is currently linked with Ark Chamberlain Primary Academy. At the request of Governing Body of the school, Birmingham City Council is consulting... More
    Opened 3 months ago
  • Withy Hill Park Improvement Scheme

    The funding has been made available from Sutton Coldfield Town Council to improve the existing facilities in Withy Hill Park. Proposals include installation of a new children’s aerial runway (zip-wire), the creation of a new grass amphitheatre, ground modelling, with new ornamental trees and... More
    Opened 3 months ago
  • Pype Hayes Park Play Area Improvements

    On 13th February 2015 planning permission was granted for the erection of 7 terraced houses with access and associated parking on land adjacent to The Bagot Arms Public House, Eachelhurst Road, Erdington. This gave rise to a Section 106 agreement contribution as compensation for the loss of a... More
    Opened 3 months ago
  • Making Birmingham

    Help shape the future of Birmingham We want to know what it’s like to live in Birmingham, what makes you proud of the city and what gets you excited about its future. Tell us today and when you do you will get the chance to win an iPad. ... More
    Opened 3 months ago
  • Council Run Day Nurseries

    Birmingham City Council operates 14 day care nurseries across the city Around 600 children attend across all the 14 nurseries each week and the nurseries currently employ approximately 120 staff. The nurseries are running at a loss so the purpose of this consultation is to find a more... More
    Opened 4 months ago
  • Local Welfare Provision Consultation

    Birmingham City Council is undertaking a consultation on a proposal to reduce the available budget for Local Welfare Provision payments from April 2018. The Council’s Benefit Service administers the Local Welfare Provision payments that enable the Council to provide financial support for... More
    Opened 4 months ago
  • School Organisation St Benedict's Infant School

    St Benedict’s Infant school is a community Infant School situated in the Bordesley Green ward of the Hodge Hill district of the City. The school is currently linked with Ark Chamberlain Primary Academy. At the request of Governing Body of the school, Birmingham City Council is... More
    Opened 4 months ago
  • School Organisation: Bournville Infant and Junior Amalgamation (draft)

    At the request of the joint Governing Board of Bournville Infant and Bournville Junior Schools, Birmingham City Council, as the Local Authority for Birmingham, is consulting on a proposal to amalgamate Bournville Infant School and Bournville Junior School to create one all through primary school... More
    Opened 4 months ago
  • School Organisation: Harborne Primary School Expansion 2019

    Harborne Primary School is a local authority maintained community school located in Harborne Ward of the Edgbaston District in Birmingham. The current capacity of the school is 630 with an admission number for Reception of 90. The school has agreed to take an additional 30 places in... More
    Opened 5 months ago
  • Erdington Controlled Parking Zone and Surrounding Area Proposed Traffic Regulation Order

    Birmingham City Council plans to deliver parking controls in Erdington to better manage parking within the area. This will involve the introduction of a number of Traffic Regulations Orders (TROs) details of which are as follows; 1. Introduction of a Controlled Parking Zone, Monday to Saturday... More
    Opened 5 months ago
  • Bereavement Services Service User Questionnaire 2018 (Quarter 1)

    This is aimed at gathering service users views/comments relating to burial and cremation services provided by Birmingham City Council. Collected information will help develop future service improvements within cemeteries and crematoria. Results of the user satisfaction levels from 10... More
    Opened 5 months ago
  • Reasons for Non Re-registration for Existing Housing Register

    Birmingham City Council would like to understand the reasons for existing housing register applicants not re-applying to join its new housing register introduced in April 2017. This questionnaire is seeking responses from people who were sent a letter inviting them to re-register for... More
    Opened 5 months ago
  • Birmingham City Council - Budget Consultation 2018+

    We have a Vision for Birmingham to make it a city of inclusive growth where the opportunities and benefits of progress and investment are felt by all. Since 2010 the Council has had to make cuts of over £642m and we know that we need to go further if we are to tackle the challenges... More
    Opened 6 months ago
  • Proposed Local Authority Admission Arrangements for September 2019/2020

    Each year Birmingham City Council consults on its scheme for the coordinated admissions to schools and academies in its area for the following academic year. Birmingham City Council is the admission authority for community and voluntary controlled schools and is responsible for consulting on... More
    Opened 6 months ago
  • Fees & Charges 2018-19 Questionnaire - Non-religious buildings

    We are in the process of reviewing the Register Office fees and charges for 2018-19 and would welcome your views on proposed fee increases for ceremonies. Data protection Act 1998 The information requested in this form will be used to monitor and improve services delivered by Birmingham... More
    Opened 6 months ago
  • Fees & Charges 2018-19 Questionnaire - Nationality Checking Service and Citizenship

    We are in the process of reviewing the Register Office fees and charges for 2018-19 and would welcome your views on proposed fee increases relating to the Nationality Checking Service & Citizenship ceremonies. Please complete this questionnaire for thse services which you used in relation to... More
    Opened 6 months ago
  • Early Years Health and Wellbeing Services Follow on Consultation

    The way that we deliver children’s centres, health visiting services and parenting support services in Birmingham is changing. Have your say on our updated proposals for Erdington, Perry Barr and Sutton Coldfield. Every parent wants the best for their children and Birmingham... More
    Opened 6 months ago
  • Druids Heath - comment on the 3 options for the area

    Birmingham City Council is working with Wood PLC (with funding from the Homes and Communities Agency) to deliver a plan to regenerate Druids Heath Estate. Our work will set out 3 Options for Druids Heath. As part of this process, we need your help to assist our team in shaping the future of your... More
    Opened 6 months ago
  • E Book Services

    This survey is to evaluate knowledge level of staff on E Services provided by the Library of Birmingham. This is to understand what staff know on how to advise customers on our eBook and eAudio collection. More
    Opened 6 months ago
  • Birmingham Cycle Revolution Phase 3: Local Links

    Birmingham Cycle Revolution (BCR) is an exciting initiative to encourage more people to cycle in and around the city. Our vision is to make cycling an everyday way to travel in Birmingham. We want 5% of all trips in the city to be made by bike by 2023, and to double this again to 10% by 2033.... More
    Opened 6 months ago
  • New Hall Valley Country Park Trim Trail

    The funding has been made available from Sutton Coldfield Town Council to provide new trim trail in New Hall Valley Country Park between the two existing play areas. The proposal include 8 pieces of timber trim trail equipment installed with grass matting surface. Please see attached layout plan... More
    Opened 6 months ago
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