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New housing development handed over to tenants

By on 30/06/2015 in Cllr Ali, News with 0 Comments

A housing development built through the city council’s housing-building arm has been handed over to tenants. Built through the Birmingham Municipal Housing Trust by Jessup’s the £1.7m development will provide 12 properties for affordable rent. This represents another small step by the city council towards closing Birmingham’s housing gap. New tenant Mrs Deeqo Hassan said: […]

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Wider Selly Oak SPD set for approval

By on 23/06/2015 in Cllr Ali, News with 0 Comments

Cabinet is being asked to approve a revised document setting out how the wider Selly Oak, including parts of Bournville and south Edgbaston will be developed. The Wider Selly Oak Supplementary Planning Document (SPD), which replaces the Selly Oak Local Action Plan, sets out the vision and strategy for development in the area. Key projects […]

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Keeping Birmingham Building – helping close the housing gap

By on 22/06/2015 in Cabinet, Cllr Ali, News with 0 Comments

Details of where 38 new homes will be built across the city are to go before cabinet, as part of a wider house building programme, to help close Birmingham’s housing gap. The full business case for the construction of the homes for rent is part of the Keep Birmingham Building report which shows the recommended […]

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Ring Road improvement works move forward

By on 27/05/2015 in Cllr Ali, News with 0 Comments

The next phase of a works programme designed to improve traffic flow and  boost safety for pedestrians and cyclists on Birmingham’s Ring Road is due to start next week. Contractors are set to begin construction operations at Bordesley Circus and Curzon Circle on June 1. The works are part of a £14.05 million programme of […]

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New Cabinet confirmed

Birmingham City Council’s new Cabinet has been confirmed, with Cllr Paulette Hamilton named the new Cabinet Member for Health and Social Care.

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Birmingham Graduate Hub approved

By on 12/05/2015 in Cllr Ali, News with 0 Comments

The largest local government graduate scheme for planning and regeneration professionals has been approved by Birmingham City Council. The Birmingham Graduate Hub will offer two-year paid positions within the council’s planning and regeneration department. Delivered in two phases, there will be opportunities for 10 graduates this year with the potential for a further 10 the […]

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Newtown development wins prestigious design award

By on 18/03/2015 in Cllr Ali, News with 0 Comments

A large scale regeneration project which has helped transform the lives of people living in an inner city area of Birmingham has scooped a prestigious national design award. The Newton redevelopment, which was the first regeneration project on this scale to be delivered by Birmingham Municipal Housing Trust (BMHT), won the Public Sector Award at […]

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Birmingham Smithfield consultation

By on 18/03/2015 in Cllr Ali, Leader, News with 0 Comments

Public to have their say on the future of the £500 million Birmingham Smithfield investment An event tomorrow (Thursday 18 March) at Birmingham Hippodrome marks the start of an eight-week public consultation on the Birmingham Smithfield visioning document. The consultation provides the public with an opportunity to have their say on the future of this 14 hectare […]

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Document sets out key transport projects for city

By on 13/03/2015 in Cllr Ali, News with 0 Comments

A document setting out the transport and connectivity projects implemented in Birmingham over the next six years is set to be approved by cabinet. Councillors are being recommended to approve the Programme Definition Document (PDD) which sets out the Local Growth Fund (LGF) programme of projects which will be developed in Birmingham between now and […]

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Ring road improvement works go ahead

By on 25/02/2015 in Cllr Ali, News with 0 Comments

A works programme designed to improve the flow of traffic at some of Birmingham’s busiest road junctions is due to start in March. The improvements package – part-funded by central government – focuses on improving the flow of traffic on Birmingham’s ring road.  It is being delivered as part of the city council’s Birmingham Connected […]

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