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Aldi set to develop Maypole flats but drop affordable housing element

Local MP Steve McCabe has said he is disappointed that Aldi won’t be honouring their affordable housing commitment but accepts after almost 10 years...

Partners working together on city’s Christmas safety

Birmingham City Council is working in partnership with West Midlands Police and traders from the Frankfurt Christmas Market to install security measures ahead of...

Government supports Brums bid for the Commonwealth Games 2022

Birmingham is to be the UK’s official candidate city for the 2022 Commonwealth Games, Culture Secretary Karen Bradley has announced. The city’s bid plans have...

New bus lane enforcement cameras set to go live

The next phase of bus lane enforcement cameras are set to go live across Birmingham with a very clear warning to motorists: cross the...

MP raises serious concerns about consultation into future of Birmingham’s Children’s...

Responding to the Council’s consultation into the future of the Early Years Health & Wellbeing Service affecting Children’s Centres, local MP Steve McCabe has...

Locations of where refuse will be collected week commencing 21st August

Birmingham City Council is continuing with its refuse clean up operation in a bid to rid the streets of overflowing bins. Last week crews cleaned up...

Bin dispute ‘could continue until Christmas’, warns Unite

The long-running bin dispute could continue until Christmas unless the council negotiates a fair settlement, Unite, the country’s largest union, warned today. The union is...

Council obtains injunctions at 3 local parks banning traveller encampments until...

The council has successfully gained two injunctions banning encampments from moving onto four city parks and recreation grounds until July 2019. A High Court judge...

Refuse workers to strike over job losses and ‘bullying culture

Council refuse workers are set to strike as the council swings the axe on 122 waste collection jobs amid claims of ‘a bullying culture’...

Council to fit sprinklers in tower blocks

Birmingham City Council’s residential tower blocks are to be fitted with sprinkler systems and other fire suppression measures following the Grenfell Tower tragedy in...

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