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Edgbaston Reservoir to undergo major transformation

Birmingham City Council has launched a draft masterplan for Edgbaston Reservoir and is asking residents of Birmingham for their views. The masterplan outlines a vision to promote the reservoir as a regional destination for leisure...
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Think BLUE, let cyclists through: A34 cycle route now open

The first of two fully segregated cycle routes in Birmingham is now open for use. The route provides 4.5km of two-way segregated cycle lanes along the A34 between the City Centre and Heathfield Road, Birchfield....

Second phase of Games Village legacy scheme submitted to council planners

An outline planning application for the 2nd phase of the regeneration of Perry Barr has been formally submitted to Birmingham City Council today (15/04). Proposals for the 12.27-hectare site could see the delivery of up...

Plans for 6,000 new homes in North Birmingham to be discussed at council cabinet...

Plans for 6,000 new homes in North Birmingham and up to 10,000 new jobs are set to be discussed at the council’s cabinet meeting next week. The Langley Sustainable Urban Extension (SUE) and Peddimore employment...
Garden Bonfire Birmingham

Can I have a garden bonfire in Birmingham?

In short: It’s not illegal to have a garden bonfire but there are laws against the nuisance they can cause. It is, however, a criminal offence to burn household waste that will cause pollution...

Council launches consultation on City Centre Public Space Protection Order

Birmingham City Council is asking people who live or work in or visit Birmingham to share their views on plans to introduce measures to tackle anti-social behaviour in the city centre. The council is looking...

Severn Trent Water fined £500,000 for sewage discharge at Sutton Park

Severn Trent Water has been fined £500,000 after a blocked sewer caused sewage water to leak onto 1.15 hectares of Birmingham parkland. The incident occurred due to a blockage in the company’s sewer system within...

New hub opens to tackle domestic violence and homelessness

Birmingham City Council in partnership with Birmingham & Solihull Women’s Aid has opened a new domestic abuse hub that will provide support to those experiencing and fleeing domestic violence. The centre will take a holistic...
Birmingham City Council Wheelie Bin

Bin dispute over as the council and unions come to an agreement

Birmingham's bin dispute is finally over after the council's cabinet approved a legal agreement with the unions Unite and Unison. Industrial action was initiated by the union Unite after it accused the council of ‘secret...

Council receives funding to confront knife crime and gang culture

Birmingham City Council and 20 other community backed projects have been awarded a share of £9.5 million to confront knife crime and gang culture. Working with Birmingham Children’s Trust the council will use £485,845 from...

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