Disposal of Education Playing Field Land (Section 77): Oscott Manor School, Old Oscott Hill

Closed 21 Oct 2021

Opened 9 Sep 2021


Birmingham City Council wishes to dispose of 3453 square metres of  school playing field land at Oscott Manor School, Old Oscott Hill, Kingstanding, Birmingham B44 9SP. Oscott Manor School will be relocating to a new site on 6th January 2022.

In order to dispose of this playing field it will be necessary for Birmingham City Council to apply for written consent from the Secretary of State. It is only at that point that we will be able to dispose/change use of this land.

We are consulting all interested parties on this proposed disposal and are interested to receive your comments. 

Should approval be given, Birmingham City Council is proposing to demolish the buildings and market the land for sale on the open market. This will be subject to planning permission and all other relevant approvals.

Should approval be given by the Secretary of State to dispose of these fields any proceeds from the disposal of these playing will be used to provide alternative sports facilities in the City.

Why your views matter

We are interested in receiving comments regarding the proposal to dispose of these fields.

The consultation will run from Thursday 9th September 2021 to Thursday 21st October 2021 (6 weeks)

All comments received will be forwarded to The Secretary of State who will make a decision as to whether to consent to the disposal of the fields.

What happens next

We will collate all responses received in response to this consultation.

If we need any further information from you we will contact you via your email address.

At the end of the consultation, all comments will be forwarded along with the application to the Secretary of State for Education, who will consider these and will make a decision on the proposal to dispose of the playing field land at old Oscott Hill.

When the decision has been made we will post the results on this site.


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