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  • Metro Edgbaston Extension Traffic Regulation Order

    The Metro Edgbaston Extension is the section of the tramway system that runs between Centenary Square (the Library tram stop) and the new tram stop/terminus at 54, Hagley Road in Birmingham. It forms part of the overall tramway that operates between Birmingham and Wolverhampton. This... More
    Closed 15 October 2021
  • Training & Supervision Package Eligibility Criteria

    Questonaire for eligability for the Training and Supervision Package being offered. More
    Closed 8 October 2021
  • Participant Feedback - Newsletter

    Arts and Health are creating a montly newsletter and wanting to have your feedback the participant to help show the impact of the work. More
    Closed 7 October 2021
  • Direct Payments questionnaire

    The City Council’s Overview & Scrutiny Committee are keen to find out more about citizen’s experiences, or not of using Direct Payments. The Committee, led by Councillor Pocock are keen to find out the advantages and disadvantages, from a citizens’ perspective of using Direct... More
    Closed 1 October 2021
  • International Physical Activity Questionnaire

    We are interested in the physical activity and sedentary behaviour of Birmingham residents as well as active travel and safe mobility. This is particularly important because of the government imposed lockdowns due to the COVID-19 pandemic requiring many to stay at home. The... More
    Closed 1 October 2021
  • Highways Resurfacing Survey

    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 recent contact with the... More
    Closed 30 September 2021
  • Perry Barr 2040: A Vision for Legacy

    This public consultation has now closed, thank you for giving us your views. All comments will be taken into consideration and the final document will be prepared. It is the intention to seek Cabinet endorsement in December 2021 for the final Perry Barr 2040 Masterplan and Delivery... More
    Closed 29 September 2021
  • Customer Service Strategy Engagement Questionnaire

    Every single resident, business and visitor of Birmingham is our customer. We know we have not always made you feel valued or the focus of our attention and have not organised our resources well enough to meet your needs. We... More
    Closed 27 September 2021
  • Businesses across Birmingham, can you help Birmingham City Council re-shape their Online Strategy?

    Birmingham City Council is working on its ​new digital strategy, which will shape online services and impact businesses across the city.​ We invite you to participate in a short online survey . We want to hear about how you use the council’s online services, and... More
    Closed 26 September 2021
  • Southside Traffic Regulation Order

    Work started in April 2021 to create a new public square outside the Hippodrome and to improve facilities for pedestrians and cyclists in the area. The Southside Public Realm improvement scheme will create better connections and a cultural heart for Southside to further promote the area,... More
    Closed 24 September 2021
  • CASS Practice Evaluation Education Focus: June - August 2021

    Please complete the following form for each referral you have been allocated to audit. Simply restart the survey each time, and make sure you go all the way through the survey for each referral and submit the form. You will be asked to complete 6 evaluations for two months running, and in... More
    Closed 23 September 2021
  • Race Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity Workforce Questionnaire

    This survey has been brought to you by BCT’s Chief Executive and Executive Management Team to support the work of the Equalities and Diversity Manager. It will help us to better understand staff perception and thoughts around equalities, diversity and inclusion matters. We are... More
    Closed 21 September 2021
  • BLACHIR Phase 1 Engagement Workshop 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
    Closed 20 September 2021
  • UNIVERSITY AND HOSPITAL PARKING MEASURES: Traffic Regulation Order

    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 13 September 2021
  • Birmingham City Centre Segments

    'Transforming the city centre' is one of the big moves outlined in the draft Birmingham Transport Plan (January 2020). To achieve this, fundamental changes to how the city centre is accessed were proposed as part of a city centre ‘traffic segments initiative’. This would see the city... More
    Closed 10 September 2021
  • Publicising Fly-tipping and Environmental Crime Cases Policy

    Birmingham City Council has set a priority of working with residents and businesses to improve the cleanliness of the City, and uses approaches including enforcing the law to deter and tackle environmental offences like fly-tipping. Taking enforcement action is intended to address offender... More
    Closed 7 September 2021
  • Birmingham Children's Partnership Primary Exclusion Audit 202122

    The Birmingham Children Partnership and the Birmingham Safeguarding Children Partnership have commissioned an audit of Primary School Children Exclusions. The audit has been designed to try and identify areas of good practice and any areas of concern. A random sample of 10 primary... More
    Closed 6 September 2021
  • St Georges Parking: Traffic Regulation Order 2

    Pollution in the air, mainly caused by vehicles on the roads, is having a harmful effect on the health of people living, working and studying in the city. Birmingham is taking action by introducing a Clean Air Zone (CAZ), on 1 June 2021, which will include all roads within the A4540... More
    Closed 2 September 2021
  • Highgate Parking: Traffic Regulation Order 2

    Pollution in the air, mainly caused by vehicles on the roads, is having a harmful effect on the health of people living, working and studying in the city. Birmingham is taking action by introducing a Clean Air Zone (CAZ), on 1 June 2021, which will include all roads within the A4540... More
    Closed 2 September 2021
  • Jewellery Quarter Parking - Controlled Parking Zone Traffic Regulation Order

    Birmingham City Council has undertaken a review of the Jewellery Quarter Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) where recommendations were made to make changes to the parking provision within the Zone. This review supports and works alongside the council objectives to achieve a safer environment and... More
    Closed 2 September 2021
  • Update to Sprint A34 Walsall to Birmingham Traffic Regulation Orders

    What is Sprint? Sprint is a new bus-based transport system that will provide a reliable, cost-effective, and environmentally-friendly service for people travelling in the West Midlands. Read more about Sprint Read more about Sprint Transport for West Midlands ... More
    Closed 1 September 2021
  • Summer Hill Road/Sand Pits (B4135) bus lane

    As we work towards a green/low-carbon travel recovery from Covid, we need to make sure that public transport is constantly improving to make journeys quicker, easier and more reliable. Buses have a huge part to play in helping achieve these visions. Transport for West... More
    Closed 23 August 2021
  • Metro Centenary Square Extension Traffic Regulation Order

    The Metro Centenary Square Extension is the section of the tramway system that runs between Stephenson Street (adjacent to New Street station) and Centenary Square (the Library tram stop) in Birmingham. It forms part of the overall tramway that operates between Birmingham and Wolverhampton. ... More
    Closed 11 August 2021
  • Triple Zero City Strategy

    Triple Zero City Strategy: this plan says how we think we should tackle drug & alcohol addiction across Birmingham. We want to aim for: Zero deaths due to drug or alcohol addiction Zero overdoses due to drug or alcohol addiction Zero... More
    Closed 2 August 2021
  • Birmingham and Solihull Sexual Health and Fast Track Cities Survey

    This survey is being conducted in order to gather information relating to Sexual Health services across Birmingham and Solihull. The survey will inform a Sexual Health Needs Assessment that is being completed across the two areas and will inform work being completed in relation to Fast... More
    Closed 30 July 2021
  • PUBLIC HEALTH FUNERAL WORKSHOP FEEDBACK

    We hoped that you found the Funeral Workshop on Wednesday 7th July 2021 arranged by Birmingham City Council's Funerals and Protection of Property Team informative and useful. Could you please take a few moments to provide us with your feedback. Your feedback will be treated confidentially.... More
    Closed 23 July 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
    Closed 21 July 2021
  • What are your views on the Council’s online services?

    Birmingham City Council is working on its ​new digital strategy, which will shape online services and impact every citizen of Birmingham. We invite you to participate in a short online survey. We want to hear about how you use the council’s online services, and how... More
    Closed 18 July 2021
  • Wellington Road local highway changes

    As part of the Birmingham Cycle Revolution ‘Blue Route’ cycleway along the A38 (city centre – Selly Oak), the Council was asked to further engage with local residents and stakeholders to consider how this change in traffic flow could be mitigated. A Working Group was formed in 2018,... More
    Closed 12 July 2021
  • Diet and long term conditions

    online survery to gather feedback following Diet Health Nutrition Webinar series. More
    Closed 9 July 2021
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