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  • Cannon Hill park to Moseley cycle route

    We aim to make walking and cycling everyday choices for local journeys and leisure activities, as part of a safe and integrated transport network for Birmingham. The Birmingham Walking & Cycling Strategy and Infrastructure Plan , which set out proposals for a city-wide cycle network. ... More
    Closes today
  • Birmingham Staying Independent at Home - Your Views

    Birmingham City Council has a statutory obligation to deliver the Disabled Facilities Grants (DFG) to protect and assist its vulnerable citizens who require aids and adaptation in their homes. These adaptations can be in the form of major or minor works to install changes to the home in order... More
    Closes 10 December 2021
  • Private Rented Sector Strategy Consultation

    Birmingham residents are more reliant on the private rented sector than ever before. We want to make sure everyone lives in a safe, secure and energy efficient home, while landlords feel supported in delivering professional accommodation services that are of a good standard. ... More
    Closes 10 December 2021
  • Birmingham Health and Wellbeing Board Strategy: Creating a Bolder, Healthier City

    The Birmingham Health and Wellbeing Board would like your views on the proposed Birmingham Health and Wellbeing Strategy: Creating a Bolder, Healthier City. Creating a Bolder, Healthier City sets out the Health and Wellbeing Board’s ambitions for the next 8 years (2022-2030),... More
    Closes 10 December 2021
  • CSA Provider Questionnaire

    Thank you for your interest in this online survey helping to improve childcare in Birmingham. This survey is being carried out by Coram, a children’s charity, on behalf of Birmingham City Council. Coram is not part of Birmingham City Council and does not work for any childcare providers.... More
    Closes 12 December 2021
  • CSA Parents Questionnaire

    Survey of childcare users in Birmingham Thank you for your interest in this online survey. This survey is being carried out by Coram, a children’s charity, on behalf of Birmingham City Council. Coram is not part of Birmingham City Council. Why are you doing a... More
    Closes 12 December 2021
  • Healthy Child Programme: Questionnaire for Parents and Carers of Children Aged 5-19

    We would like to hear your views on our current Healthy Child Programme services in Birmingham. You will have four weeks to respond and we will use your responses to help make our recommendations to Cabinet on how we commission theses services in the future. Who would be... More
    Closes 14 December 2021
  • Healthy Child Programme: Questionnaire for Parents and Carers of Children Aged 0-5

    We would like to hear your views on our current Healthy Child Programme services in Birmingham. You will have four weeks to respond and we will use your responses to help make our recommendations to Cabinet on how we commission theses services in the future. Who would be... More
    Closes 14 December 2021
  • Healthy Child Programme: Questionnaire for Staff and Stakeholders of Children Aged 0-5

    We would like to hear your views on our current Healthy Child Programme services in Birmingham. You will have four weeks to respond and we will use your responses to help make our recommendations to Cabinet on how we commission theses services in the future. Who would be... More
    Closes 14 December 2021
  • Healthy Child Programme: Questionnaire for Staff and Stakeholders of Children Aged 5-19

    We would like to hear your views on our current Healthy Child Programme services in Birmingham. You will have four weeks to respond and we will use your responses to help make our recommendations to Cabinet on how we commission theses services in the future. Who would be... More
    Closes 14 December 2021
  • Healthy Child Programme: Questionnaire for School Staff Relating to Children Aged 5-19

    We would like to hear your views on our current Healthy Child Programme services in Birmingham. You will have four weeks to respond and we will use your responses to help make our recommendations to Cabinet on how we commission theses services in the future. Who would be... More
    Closes 14 December 2021
  • Lozells Places for People

    Places for People in Lozells aims to reduce traffic in residential neighbourhoods so that it is safer for people to walk and cycle, and nicer to be outside for children to play and neighbours to chat. In many parts of Birmingham, residents find their streets are busy with traffic,... More
    Closes 17 December 2021
  • Birmingham City Centre Public Space Protection Order Consultation

    We are interested in your views. You may be aware that there has been work amongst partners through the City Centre Local Partnership Delivery Group (CCLPDG) to address anti-social behaviour in and around the City Centre of Birmingham. This is causing significant concerns for... More
    Closes 17 December 2021
  • Car Free School Streets evaluation (phase 2)

    Since September 2020, roads outside six schools in Birmingham have been closed to motor traffic at the start and end of the school day. This is the second phase of a pilot scheme to reduce congestion and improve air quality at the school gates as well as making it easier and safer to walk or... More
    Closes 17 December 2021
  • Gambling Act 2005 Statement of Gambling Principles Review 2022

    The Gambling Act 2005 requires the City Council as the Licensing Authority to determine and publish its Statement of Gambling Principles at least every three years, to keep it under review and make such revisions to it, as it considers appropriate. More
    Closes 17 December 2021
  • Erdington Public Space Protection Order Consultation

    We are interested in your views. You may be aware that there has been work amongst partners through the North Local Partnership Delivery Group (LPDG) to address anti-social behaviour in and around Erdington High Street. This is causing significant concerns for local... More
    Closes 19 December 2021
  • BLACHIR Phase 2 Engagement Survey

    Birmingham and Lewisham African & Caribbean Health Inequalities Review (BLACHIR) is a joint research project between Lewisham Council and Birmingham City Council. It has begun ground-breaking work to gather insights on health inequalities experienced by African and Caribbean communities. ... More
    Closes 25 December 2021
  • Your experience of the Holiday Activity and Food grants programme

    We are keen to get your feedback about y our experience of the Holiday Activity and Food grants programme t o help with our future planning More
    Closes 26 December 2021
  • Annual Compliance Return (ACR Extension)

    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... More
    Closes 31 December 2021
  • New Conference Meetings: Parent Feedback

    Please answer this short survey of 11 questions to tell us about your experience of your conference meeting. It is completely confidential. At the end you are given the option to enter your email address, please leave this blank and click the submit response button. Please be as honest... More
    Closes 31 December 2021
  • New Conference Meetings: Professional's Feedback

    This short survey asks you to provide some feedback on your recent experience of attending a new style conference meeting with Birmingham Children's Trust. This is survey is confidential. Towards the end you are given the option to enter your email if you would like a copy of your response,... More
    Closes 31 December 2021
  • Clearance to BMHT- Customer Satisfaction Survey 2020

    We are always looking at ways to improve the service that we offer customers who have been rehoused. With this in mind, could you please take a few minutes to complete the attached survey. Your comments will only be used to improve the service we provide. More
    Closes 31 December 2021
  • Proposed Admission Arrangements for September 2023/2024

    Birmingham City Council facilitates the consultation process on behalf of own admission authority schools in Birmingham who have instructed the Council to carry out the consultation on their proposed admissions arrangements for the 2023/2024 academic year. More
    Closes 3 January 2022
  • Selective Licensing Consultation

    Birmingham City Council is keen to hear your views on the proposal to introduce selective licensing in parts of the city before any decisions are made. If you are a tenant, resident, landlord, letting agent or a business, living or operating in one of the proposed areas you... More
    Closes 4 January 2022
  • Becoming a parent survey

    There can be extra challenges to becoming a parent if you haven’t grown up with your birth family. We are trying to think about how we can design the best possible support services for parents and parents to be who are in care or are care experienced. Answering the questions... More
    Closes 12 January 2022
  • Birmingham City Council Housing Allocations Scheme

    Birmingham City Council is keen to hear your views on a new Draft Housing Allocations Policy which will be implemented in 2022. Birmingham City Council is required by law to have a Housing Allocation Scheme, which shows how it prioritises the allocation of social housing and the... More
    Closes 20 February 2022
  • Birmingham Health and Wellbeing Board Public Question Submission

    The role of the Birmingham Health and Wellbeing Board is to build strong and effective partnerships to improve the commissioning and delivery of services across the NHS and local government l eading to improved health and wellbeing for local people. The Board welcome lines of questioning... More
    Closes 30 June 2022
  • Public Questions for the Local COVID Outbreak Engagement Board

    Public Questions for the Local COVID Outbreak Engagement Board The Local COVID Outbreak Engagement Board is a sub-group of the Health and Wellbeing Board and is focused on supporting oversight and public engagement with the local response to COVID-19 outbreaks in Birmingham. ... More
    Closes 30 September 2022
  • Adoption Service Satisfaction Survey

    As part of our commitment to continue improving the quality and range of our services, we are keen to seek the views of adopters/prospective adopters who have accessed the service. We would be grateful if you could spare a few minutes to complete this short confidential survey. ... More
    Closes 7 October 2022
  • Child Conference Meetings: Parent Feedback (new Aug.21)

    Please answer this short survey of 10 questions to tell us about your experience of your conference meeting. It should only take around 10 minutes and gives us really valuable feedback to hear your voice in understanding what works well for you and how we can improve. It is completely... More
    Closes 17 October 2022
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