The Government has today announced that Erdington has got through to the next stage of the national future High Street Fund. The scheme was set up to help support High Streets and transform them for the 21st Century.
City Council unites behind support for No Outsiders.
Birmingham City Council has sent a clear message in support of schools running the No Outsiders programme in the face of mounting homophobic protests against the inclusion of LGBT within the programme.
Arts organisations across Birmingham are bracing themselves for a 33% cut in council funding as they are told the Labour-run Council is set to renege on its pre-election commitment to maintain current funding levels for the next two years.
Working together as a region and by taking a business approach Andy Street has led the region to win over £1.7billion of extra funding from the Government. That’s why Mayor Andy Street DOESN’T have to raise your Council tax.
Councillor Ewan Mackey (Con, Sutton Roughley), PCSO Cindy Tierney, PCSO Owen Clive along with local residents recently held a community Speed watch campaign on Lindridge Road in Sutton Roughley Ward on Wednesday.
Today (Friday 26th October) Labour run Birmingham City Council have formally confirmed their plans to introduce car parking charges in Sutton Park. If Labour Group’s plans are successful this will see parking meters being installed in all the car parks in Sutton Park.