Council’s 2011/12 budget is approved

By on 01/03/2011 in News

Birmingham City Council’s 2011/12 budget was approved at a meeting of Full Council this evening (March 1).

The budget freezes Council Tax at the current 2010/11 levels.

Council Business Plan 2011+ (Budget 2011/12)

Speeches:

Leader of Birmingham City Council – Cllr Mike Whitby

Deputy Leader of Birmingham City Council – Cllr Paul Tilsley

For background details on the budget-setting process and levels of Council Tax from April 1, please click the following links:

Council meets budget challenge – Feb 11 news release

Council budget points of note – at-a-glance

Council Tax levels in 2011/12 factsheet

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  1. George Loaf says:

    Why are the opposition speeches not shown?

    • Kris says:

      George,

      Thanks for the feedback – birminghamnewsroom.com is the city council’s online press office, which promotes the policies and initiatives of the authority’s executive, of which the Leader and Deputy Leader are members.

      Hope this clarifies the situation,

      Kris

  2. Maria Harvey says:

    But you’re called “Birmingham Newsroom” not “Birmingham City Council’s PR”. You should consider changing the name of your misleading website.

    • geoffc says:

      Maria

      This website contains the latest news headlines from Birmingham City Council’s corporate press office. There is nothing misleading about that.

  3. Liz says:

    I usually love this website, but I’m surprised at this stance. Our opposition councillors are elected too and are just as much a part of our council. It seems unneccesary to omit their speeches.

    • geoffc says:

      Liz

      This isn’t a ‘stance’, merely a reflection of the fact that this is the corporate press office for Birmingham City Council.

      Check Media Watch any day and you will clearly see we make no attempt to gloss over critical content.

      Like any Government or Ministerial website, we reflect the policies and initiatives of the executive and that would be the same whoever controlled the council.

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