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Perry Common regeneration enters final phase

A major project to regenerate Perry Common in Kingstanding has taken a step nearer completion with the beginning of the final phase of the development. The project brings together the Birmingham City Council housing builder – Birmingham Municipal Housing Trust – Lovell Partnerships and local residents of Perry Common through the Witton Lodge Community Association. […]

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Children’s libraries get a £250,000 makeover

Five Birmingham City Council children’s libraries have been updated with new equipment and furniture, after receiving grant funding of £250,000 to make improvements. The funding boost – which enabled libraries in Balsall Heath, Druids Heath, Kings Norton, Kingstanding and Small Heath to make improvements and finance educational projects – was awarded by the Wolfson Foundation, […]

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Retailer ordered to pay more than £100k in fake goods case

By on 10/05/2016 in News with 0 Comments

A Birmingham businessman was today (May 10) ordered to pay £100,000 at Birmingham Crown Court, after being found in possession of a large quantity of counterfeit goods.

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Kingstanding Ward

By on 20/04/2015 in Elections with 1 Comment

Statement of persons nominated for the 2015 Local Election. Results will appear here.

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£250,000 boost for city’s children’s libraries

By on 23/07/2014 in News with 0 Comments

Birmingham City Council has secured grant funding of £250,000 to support children's literacy at five libraries across the city. The funding will benefit children's libraries in Balsall Heath, Druids Heath, Kings Norton, Kingstanding and Small Heath, and comes from the Wolfson Foundation, an independent charity that awards grants to support and promote excellence in a […]

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2014 election: Handsworth Wood – Kingstanding

By on 16/05/2014 in Elections with 0 Comments

Statements of persons nominated. this page will be updated as we get results on 22/23 May. HANDSWORTH WOOD Eric Wyn Fairclough – The Green Party 438 * Narinder Kaur Kooner – Labour Party 4,009 Paramjit Ghag Singh – Liberal Democrats 200 Sukhwinder Singh Sungu – The Conservative Party 862 John Tyrrell – Socialist Labour Party […]

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Kingstanding by-election result

By on 14/02/2014 in Elections, News with 0 Comments

The result of the Kingstanding by-election, held on Thursday 13 February 2014, is as follows: Graham John Lippiatt – Liberal Democrats – 43 votes Lorraine Louise Owen – Labour Party Candidate – 1,433 votes Gary William Sambrook – The Conservative Party Candidate – 1,571 votes Roger David Tempest – UK Independence Party (UKIP) – 266 […]

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Kingstanding by-election – candidates list

By on 20/01/2014 in Elections with 0 Comments

 The following candidates will contest the Kingstanding By-election on Thursday 13 February 2014: Graham John Lippiatt – Liberal Democrats Lorraine Louise Owen – Labour Party Candidate Gary William Sambrook – The Conservative Party Candidate Roger David Tempest – UK Independence Party (UKIP) Terry Williams Guidance note: Please note Terry Williams did not fill in the […]

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Results: Handsworth Wood – Kings Norton

By on 10/04/2012 in Elections with 0 Comments

Results will be added as and when we get them on the night. Handsworth Wood * Gurdial Singh Atwal Labour Party 3779 Malti Dhiman Liberal Democrats 142 Amrik Singh Sahota The Conservative Party 1199 John Tyrrell Socialist Labour Party 350 Hugh Ross Williams Green Party 300 Harborne * John Edward Cambray Alden The Conservative Party […]

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Aston University research examines city deprivation

By on 11/01/2012 in News with 0 Comments

Birmingham City Council has commissioned a research team from Aston University to undertake three overlapping research studies regarding issues the Council faces, namely 'Political disengagement across the city', 'Measuring poverty', and 'White identities in outer Birmingham'. The research which was carried out by the Aston Centre for Interdisciplinary Research into Language and Diversity (InterLanD) at […]

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