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Council issues further update on missed refuse collections

Cllr Majid Mahmood, Cabinet Member for Clean Streets, Waste and Recycling has announced the council is allocating additional resources to tackle the back log of missed refuse and recycling collections across the city. In a...

Tenants in cold homes to benefit from cheaper energy bills thanks to new regulations

Tenants living in some of the coldest homes in England and Wales are set to benefit from amended regulations requiring landlords to install energy efficiency measures, Energy and Clean Growth Minister Claire Perry announced...

Holloway Circus Utility Works – Motorists advised to follow diversion signs and to allow...

Since April 2015, Birmingham City Council, Amey and utility companies have been progressing the advanced utility works on the Cleveland Tower side of Holloway Circus. This has been undertaken in phases to minimise impact...

Birmingham City Council to create Young Active Travel Trust

Proposals to create a new charitable trust designed to support improvements to the ways in which children travel in the city are set to be formally approved in September. The Young Active Travel Charitable Trust...

Mitchells & Butlers fined over £100K after mouse droppings were found at The Railway.

Mitchells & Butlers Retail Limited has today (19/08) been ordered to pay £114,528 after evidence of mouse activity was found throughout The Railway on Hill Street. The company, which runs 1,700 pubs and restaurants across...

Victoria Square from around a hundred years ago.

“This view of Victoria Square and the Council House from around a hundred years ago gives the impression of being pedestrianised as it is today, though in fact the Council House was surrounded by...

Birmingham Lord Mayor Cllr Carl Rice: “Much to celebrate, and to remember.”

After ten weeks in the job, Birmingham’s Lord Mayor, Cllr Carl Rice, reflects on his experiences as Birmingham’s first citizen. “In the first ten weeks I’ve joined countless celebrations across the city – from The...

Foundation work begins on the £500m Paradise development.

The £500m Paradise development is taking another huge step forward as work begins on the foundations of the first two landmark, Grade office buildings, One and Two Chamberlain Square. Approximately 200 piles, between 900mm and...

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