Timetable for Community Forum meetings

Details of Community Forum meetings – being staged as part of Birmingham City Council’s public consultation on its 2012/13 budget proposals – have been announced.

Anyone interested in having their say on the proposals, launched last week, is invited to attend any of the sessions detailed below.

Cllr Randal Brew, Cabinet Member for Finance at Birmingham City Council, said: “The budget the council sets involves spending £3.5billion of money supplied to the city by taxpayers – as a result, the council is keen to ensure that the public has its rightful say on how this is done.

“The proposals put forward have been developed to ensure they meet the council’s service priorities of protecting vulnerable people, improving job prospects, improving education and making Birmingham a clean and safe city to live and do business in.

“The council has already made significant savings as part of its contribution to reducing the national deficit and the authority acknowledges that, like all councils, it still has more to do.

“Absolutely no final decisions have been taken yet – now is the opportunity for citizens to make their views known on what is proposed by elected members before our final budget is set next year.”

Find your nearest meeting

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Saturday 22nd October (10am-12noon)
The Council House
Victoria Square
B1 1BB
Committee Rooms 3&4
All bus and train routes into City Centre
No on-site parking, please use public car parks

Thursday 27th October (6.30-8.30pm)
Alexander Stadium
Walsall Road
Perry Barr
B42 2LR
Buses – 51, x51, 424, 952
Free on-site parking

Wednesday 2nd November (6.30-8.30pm)
Sutton Coldfield United Reformed Church
1 Brassington Avenue
Sutton Coldfield,
B73 6AA 
Buses: All buses into Sutton Coldfield Town Centre
Train: 2 minutes walk from Sutton Coldfield station

Thursday 3rd November (6.30-8.30pm)
Newtown Community Centre
57 Newtown Shopping Centre 
Buses: 7, 8, 51, 107, 52, 33, 934, 56
On site car parking available

Monday 7th November ( 6.30-8.30pm)
Bournville College – new campus
1 Longbridge Lane
Northfield
B31 2AJ
Buses: 45, 49, 63, X62, 143, 144
Grosvenor buses: BV1, BV2, BV3
Train: 2 minutes walk from Longbridge station
Free car parking available on Bristol Rd opposite the college
http://www.bournville.ac.uk/the-college/contact-us/

Wednesday 9th November (6.30-8.30pm)
Kings Heath Community Centre
8 Heathfield Rd
Kings Heath
Buses: 11, 50, 50A, x50, 35
Free on site parking

Thursday 10th November (6.30-8.30pm)
The Council House
Victoria Square
B1 1BB
Committee Rooms 3&4 
All bus and train routes into City Centre
No on-site parking, please use public car parks

Saturday 12th November (10am–12noon)
Shard End Community Centre
170 Packington Ave
B34 7RD
Buses 54, 55
Free on site parking

For more information on bus, train and metro services to all of the venues go to:  http://www.networkwestmidlands.com/

For more information about car parks in Birmingham click on: http://www.birmingham.gov.uk/ and search ‘car parks’

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