Government announces £70m to transform Alexander Stadium

The West Midlands Combined Authority has welcomed the Prime Minister’s announcement of £70m to transform Birmingham’s Alexander Stadium for the 2022 Commonwealth Games. Plans are underway...

Baverstock Academy: Council publishes important information for parents

Birmingham City Council has published important information for parents about the closure of Baverstock Academy. A dedicated webpage has been set up on the council's...

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...

Can I have a garden bonfire?

In short: It's not illegal to have a garden bonfire but there are laws for the nuisance they can cause. However, it is a...

Council completes housing investment deal with local company

Birmingham City Council has completed an investment deal with life and pensions company Phoenix Life based in Wythall. The £45 million pound deal will assist the council...

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...

Threat to school nurse jobs could hit vulnerable children, warns union

A significant number of school nurse jobs could be axed by the Birmingham School Health Advisory Service in the latest string of budget cuts...

Council: It’s DIY season, so beware of doorstep sales and deals

Jacqui Kennedy, Corporate Director of Place at Birmingham City Council is urging local residents to be vigilant as rogue traders could be knocking on...

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...

Council apologises for missed refuse collections

Birmingham City Council has apologised to residents after missing some refuse collections following the launch of a new refuse operating model for the city. The new...

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