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 next month (September) The Young Active Travel Charitable Trust will build on work already carried out by the council to make it safer, easier and more pleasant to […]
Cleaner, greener buses will be coming to Birmingham after £3milllion was awarded to a city council-led partnership project by the Department for Transport and the Office for Low Emissions Vehicles. Commenting on the support shown for the scheme, Anne Shaw, Assistant Director for Transportation and Connectivity at Birmingham City Council said: “It is great that […]
Citizens, businesses, community groups and anyone else with an interest in how waste is managed in Birmingham can have their say during a special webcast on Tuesday (July 5). The session is part of the consultation over the aims and principles that will underpin the city’s waste strategy for the next 20 years. A panel […]
The overarching aims and principles for how Birmingham should manage its waste over the next 20 years have been published in a new document, out to public consultation from today (June 29). A Waste Strategy for Birmingham sets out the city council’s vision and ambition for new ways of managing resources to deliver against an […]
Jacqui Kennedy, Acting Strategic Director for Place at Birmingham City Council, talks about the importance of partnership working to keep the city looking as good as possible… Hopefully over the last few months you’ve seen some of our promotional activity to showcase the excellent work being done in partnership with communities, by businesses, other organisations […]
Appearing before the Birmingham Independent Improvement Panel’s (BIIP) fourth public meeting, the leaders of the three political groups reiterated their continued cross-party commitment to delivering on the agenda to improve how the council is run.