Bromford Regeneration proposal

Closed 3 Dec 2018

Opened 19 Nov 2018

Results expected 4 Dec 2018

Feedback expected 14 Dec 2018

Overview

Birmingham City Council wants to receive the views of local residents regarding a proposal to regenerate parts of the Bromford Housing estate (mainly land off Bromford Drive, B36).

Why We Are Consulting

The City Council is working with the Environment Agency to improve the existing flood defences for the area.  The new proposals will reduce the size of the existing flood plain and enable the council to develop new housing on cleard ex- housing sites and improve some the public open spaces.

What Happens Next

The results of the consultations will be reviewed by Council officers, ward councillors and partner organisations.

Feedback will be given by a newsletter distributed to residents before in mid December. Further consultations will take place in relation to specific development proposals during 2019.

Events

  • Regeneration Plans for Bromford

    From 19 Nov 2018 at 13:00 to 19 Nov 2018 at 21:00

    Birmingham City Council, the Environment Agency and HS2 will be holding a drop in event in Bromford to talk with people about the development proposals for the Bromford Area including;

    Old Bromford Lane,
    Bromford Housing Development proposals
    Clearance of Warstone Tower,
    Outline Public Open Space Improvements proposals
    River Tame Flood Defence proposals
    and HS2 update (including tunnel)

    The event will be held on
    Monday 19 November 2018
    1pm to 7pm
    Ambridge house,
    Off folkestone Croft, Birmingham B36 8RA
    HS2 will be available from 4pm

    This will be followed by a public meeting led by the Ward Councillors, from 7.00pm to 9.00pm, also at Ambridge House.

Areas

  • HODGE HILL

Audiences

  • Community groups

Interests

  • Housing