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  • 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
    Closed 3 days 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
    Closed 4 days ago
  • Proposed Admission Arrangements for September 2019/2020

    Birmingham City Council facilitates the consultation process on behalf of own admission authority schools and academies in Birmingham who have instructed the Council to carry out the consultation on their proposed admissions arrangements for the 2019/2020 academic year, which includes details of... More
    Closed 1 week ago
  • Signage and Advertising on Private Hire Vehicles Consultation

    Birmingham City Council is reviewing the content and appearance of the signs displayed by private hire vehicles that it licences. There are a number of reasons why we require vehicles to display signs: Legal requirements: a vehicle must display a plate at the rear (similar in style to... More
    Closed 3 weeks ago
  • Birmingham Hate Crime Survey

    Councillor Waseem Zaffar, working in partnership with Tell Mama, would like to hear your views on hate crime and discrimination in your work place, Birmingham and the UK in general. This questionnaire will feature questions specifically about your personal experience, your views on what is... More
    Closed 3 weeks ago
  • Stockland Green Selective Licensing Consultation

    The Council wishes to carry out consultation on proposals to introduce Selective Licensing for private rented properties in Stockland Green Ward, as part of the Councils approach to improving standards in the private rented sector. If approved it will mean all private landlord property in the... More
    Closed 3 weeks ago
  • Bereavement Services Service User Questionnaire 2017 (Quarter 4)

    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 3 weeks ago
  • Older Adult Day Care - Service User Questionnaire

    Birmingham City Council Older Adults Day Care Service will always try to provide you and the person who cares for you; with the best possible service, but we can never be perfect. We want to know your views about the centre and the impact it has upon your wellbeing. Please answer these... More
    Closed 3 weeks ago
  • Birmingham Cycle Revolution - A38 Selly Oak to City Centre Cycleway Proposed Traffic Regulation Order

    Birmingham City Council plans to undertake highway works to deliver a segregated cycle route along the A38 between Selly Oak and Birmingham City Centre. This will involve the introduction of a number of Traffic Regulations Orders (TROs), which will result in the restricting of vehicle movements... More
    Closed 1 month 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
    Closed 1 month 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
    Closed 1 month 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
    Closed 1 month 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
    Closed 1 month 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
    Closed 1 month ago
  • Birmingham Draft Revised Local Validation List

    Birmingham City Council is consulting on a draft revised Local Validation List. The consultation period is from 24 October – 5 December 2017. We would be pleased to receive any comments that you may have on the proposed changes to the list. What is the local information requirements... More
    Closed 1 month ago
  • School Organisation Boldmere Infant School and Nursery and Boldmere Junior School

    Boldmere Infant and Nursery School and Boldmere Junior School are community schools located in the Sutton Vesey ward of the Sutton Coldfield district. The infant school currently caters for up to 270 pupils from 3 – 7 years. The school also has a 26 full time equivalent nursery class... More
    Closed 1 month ago
  • Birmingham Cycle Revolution - Cycle Parking 2017

    Birmingham City Council has secured DfT Cycling City Ambition Grant (CCAG) to deliver Birmingham Cycle Revolution (BCR). The aim of BCR is to ‘promote sustainable travel options by increasing the attractiveness of cycling’, which will contribute towards: Improving health & the... More
    Closed 2 months ago
  • Birmingham Business Survey: Improving Air Quality - Planning for Freight and Logistics

    The Government’s ‘UK plan for reducing roadside nitrogen dioxide concentrations’ identifies that Birmingham will be required to introduce measures to address air quality. One of the measures we have been asked to consider by the Government is introducing a Clean Air Zone before 2020. In... More
    Closed 2 months ago
  • Birmingham Domestic Abuse Prevention Strategy and Initial Action Plan 2017-2020

    We are asking the people of Birmingham, service users and potential service users, strategic partners, and key agencies including current service providers to let us know your views on the next stage of development of the new Domestic Abuse Prevention Strategy 2017-2020 and the initial Action... More
    Closed 2 months ago
  • Consultation on the draft Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) 2018

    Consultation on the draft Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) Overview What is the PNA? From 1st April 2013, every Health and Wellbeing Board (HWB) in England has a statutory responsibility to publish and keep up to date a statement of the needs for pharmaceutical services of the... More
    Closed 2 months ago
  • Fox Hollies Park Improvement Works

    Birmingham City Council and The Friends of Fox Hollies Park are looking at how the Park can be improved, both now and in the future years. A plan showing potential improvements has been drawn up showing several different options that may be executed, subject to funding becoming available. ... More
    Closed 2 months ago
  • Big Birmingham Bikes Application

    Following the success of our previous Bike Giveaway, we are now aiming to encourage families to cycle together. To qualify for a bike, you will need to meet certain criteria, including living in an eligible postcode. Before completing the application, please make sure you read about the... More
    Closed 2 months ago
  • Birmingham Design Guide Vision Document

    Birmingham is witnessing unprecedented levels of investment in both infrastructure and new development, which the City Council wants to ensure deliver high quality places across Birmingham. To help achieve this, the City Council is to create a new Birmingham Design Guide Supplementary Planning... More
    Closed 2 months ago
  • Birmingham Design & Conservation Review Panel

    Along with the new Birmingham Design Guide , will be the creation of a Birmingham Design & Conservation Review Panel (BDCRP), who will play an important role in helping deliver the design ethos presented within the Guide. The City Council is keen to create a diverse panel of expertise and... More
    Closed 2 months ago
  • Pupil and School Support Annual Survey 2017

    Pupil and School Support helps children and young people with cognition and learning difficulties to progress and achieve to the best of their abilities. As part of our continuing improvement of the service that we deliver we would ask that you spend ten minutes to provide feedback on the... More
    Closed 3 months ago
  • Management Health Check Survey

    Introduction to the Management Health Check Survey The Social Work Task Force developed a set of 8 standards outlining the core expectations of employers of social workers. Standard 1 includes a “health check” for assessing practice conditions. Birmingham collated the views of... More
    Closed 3 months ago
  • School Organisation Boldmere Infant School and Nursery and Boldmere Junior School

    Boldmere Infant and Nursery School and Boldmere Junior School are community schools located in the Sutton Vesey ward of the Sutton Coldfield district. The infant school currently caters for up to 270 pupils from 3 – 7 years. The school also has a 26 full time equivalent nursery class (26... More
    Closed 3 months ago
  • School Organisation Lindsworth School

    Proposal to Lower the Age Limit of a Community Special School and Increase the Number of Places: Lindsworth School is a community special school located in the Brandwood ward of the Selly Oak district. The School is currently commissioned for up to 113 places for pupils, from age 11 to 16,... More
    Closed 3 months ago
  • Customer Survey - Registering a Death 2017

    This survey is to determine the likely demand by customers to take up early morning, late afternoon and Saturday registration appointments. Collected information will be used to help develop future service improvements within the registration service. More
    Closed 3 months ago
  • Customer Survey - Giving Notice 2017

    This survey is to determine the likely demand by customers to take up early morning, late afternoon and Saturday registration appointments. Collected information will be used to help develop future service improvements within the registration service. More
    Closed 3 months ago
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