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Landlord fined £25,000 for breaching housing regulations in Stockland Green. 

Anthony Freeman, aged 58, from Sutton Coldfield, has pleaded guilty to failure to obtain a House in Multiple Occupation (HMO) Licence and numerous breaches of the HMO Management Regulations. He was fined...

The Homelessness Reduction Act 2017 – what the new legislation means for the citizens...

Cabinet Member for Housing and Homes, Councillor Peter Griffiths, sets out what the new legislation means for the citizens of Birmingham: Over the past few years there has been a dramatic increase...

2,000 bright orange bikes given away as part of the wider Birmingham Cycle Revolution

Today saw the latest tranche of free bikes being handed out in the Big Birmingham Bikes giveaway. Cllr Stewart Stacey handed over two of the 2,000 bikes being given out this...

Sir Frank Price, who was a key figure in the Modernist redevelopment of Birmingham...

Born in a back-to-back court in a Hockley slum in 1922, Sir Frank Price, who has died aged ninety-five, was a key figure in the Modernist redevelopment of Birmingham in the...

‪Health and safety investigation underway after a man died following an incident at Star...

Vue Cinemas, which operates the cinema at Star City, and Birmingham City Council have launched a joint investigation after a man sadly died following an incident in a gold class screening...

Work under way on the new A38 Selly Oak to City Centre cycle route

Work is now under way on a new high-quality cycle route linking Selly Oak and the University of Birmingham with the city centre, via the A38. The new 4km cycleway is being...

Chung Ying Cantonese Restaurant fined £30K after pleading guilty to food safety and hygiene...

Chung Ying Cantonese Restaurant Ltd, on Thorp Street in the city centre, has today (15/3) been fined £30,000 after pleading guilty to fourteen food safety and hygiene offences at Birmingham magistrates...

Birmingham’s first female councillor honoured on International Women’s Day

Birmingham’s first female councillor was honoured today (8 March) by having a room at the Council House dedicated in her name. Ellen Pinsent was elected as a Liberal Unionist councillor for Edgbaston...

Plan of action agreed to keep people swimming at the historic Moseley Road Baths

The Moseley Road Baths coalition and Birmingham City Council have agreed today (6 March) on a plan of action to keep people swimming at the historic Moseley Road Baths in Balsall...

Birmingham City Council’s highways partner, Amey, issues snow and gritting update

Freezing temperatures and snow continue to grip the city and highways teams are working around-the-clock keep the priority routes around Birmingham moving as another band of significant snow is expected to...

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