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  • 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
  • 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
  • Bus Priority Measures

    If you completed this survey before 5 April, please read this important information If you completed this survey before 5 April, please read this important information If you completed the consultation survey before 5 April, a technical error means that you may not have... More
    Closed 7 May 2019
  • Edgbaston Reservoir Masterplan Draft Supplementary Planning Document

    Birmingham City Council would like your views on the Edgbaston Reservoir Masterplan Draft Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) which is available to download below. The reservoir is an important open space for the city. It provides significant value in terms of ecology,... More
    Opened 3 May 2019
  • School Organisation Oscott Manor School

    Birmingham City Council, as the Local Authority for Birmingham is proposing to make the following changes to Oscott Manor School, a community special school for pupils with a Statement of Educational Need or Education and Health Care Plan for Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC): ... More
    Closed 2 May 2019
  • Birmingham City Centre PSPO Consultation

    Birmingham City Council is considering the use of a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) to combat anti-social behaviour (ASB) in Birmingham City Centre. PSPO's are part of the new ASB legislation which was introduced nationally in October 2014. This order will provide the Police and... More
    Closed 2 May 2019
  • School Organisation: Gunter Primary School

    Gunter Primary School is a community school and nursery for pupils aged 3 - 11 years. The school is located on Gunter Road, Pype Hayes, Birmingham B24 0RU (Pipe Hayes Ward and Erdington Constituency). This proposal by Birmingham City Council, in collaboration with the school, is to consult... More
    Closed 2 May 2019
  • Birmingham Safeguarding Children Board (BSCB) Website

    Birmingham Safeguarding Children Board (BSCB) is developing a new safeguarding information website. We need your help in answering a short survey about the current website. We would like to gather responses from all users of the site, whether you use it as a professional... More
    Closed 30 April 2019
  • CLEAN AIR STRATEGY CONSULTATION

    Birmingham City Council believes that every person who lives and works in Birmingham has the right to clean air and that visitors to our city should also benefit from this clean air. But poor air quality in the city is contributing to hundreds of early, preventable deaths and making many... More
    Closed 26 April 2019
  • School Organisation The Pines Special School

    Birmingham City Council, as the Local Authority for Birmingham is proposing to make the following changes to The Pines Special School, a foundation special school for pupils with a Statement of Educational Need or Education and Health Care Plan for Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC): ... More
    Closed 12 April 2019
  • School Organisation Revocation: Turves Green Boys School

    Turves Green Boys' School is a community school for boys aged 11 - 16 years. The school is located in Turves Green, Northfield, Birmingham B31 4BS (Longbridge and West Heath Ward and Northfield Constituency). This revocation proposal by Birmingham City Council is to consult on formally... More
    Closed 12 April 2019
  • Adult Social Care Draft Day Opportunities Strategy and Proposed Draft Day Service Model

    UPDATE: Following feedback, the Council urges you to note that: There has been an amendment to the Consultation on the Draft Day Opportunities Strategy document on page number 3, text of Councillor Hamilton’s introduction. We ask you to read three key background... More
    Opened 8 April 2019
  • Better things to do in the day. What do you think? - Adult Social Care Draft Day Opportunities Strategy 2019 Questionnaire - Easy Read

    Opened 8 April 2019
  • St Marks Area, Ladywood Proposed Traffic Regulation Order

    Birmingham City Council plans to deliver parking controls in St Marks area of Ladywood 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; To introduce lengths of No Waiting... More
    Closed 3 April 2019
  • Vulnerable Adults Housing and Well-Being Support – Consultation Questionnaire

    The vision for Adult Social Care is for people to live healthy happy independent lives within their communities. Access to a supply of good quality, affordable housing and support options are key to the delivery of that vision. It is important that vulnerable adults have access to safe,... More
    Closed 3 April 2019
  • Travel assistance policy for 0-25 year olds in education

    Birmingham’s Travel Assist Service provides a variety of transport options to over 4,250 children every day, with an additional 1,600 receiving bus passes, and has an overall budget of £18.4m for 2018/19. Since 2016 the service has been the subject of a comprehensive review and... More
    Closed 2 April 2019
  • Bereavement Services Service User Questionnaire 2019 (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
    Closed 31 March 2019
  • Development Management in Birmingham

    The Development Management in Birmingham document (DMB) will provide detailed policies to help determine planning applications and development decisions across the City. From 4 February 2019, the City Council is inviting comments on the DMB Preferred Options as part of a formal public... More
    Closed 29 March 2019
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