Tories call for investigation and commitment to future investment.
Councillors and pubic “mis-led” on proposals to close day centres, secret report finds.
“Labour seek to water down climate commitments and continue to punish workers instead” – claim.
Call for action on environment.
Free parking and improvements to pedestrian access needed to sustain retail sector.
Group calls for help following concerns about closure impact on pupils.
Year one of £3.8 million Birmingham Housing works sees landmark reached.
Extinction Rebellion Birmingham to stand outside Council House calling for Citizens Assembly.
Council urged to waive parking charges for key workers.
Leader calls for controversial charge to be scrapped.
Conservative group call for travel tax to be delayed following vehicle checking “fiasco”.
Tory group to table amendment calling for community asset to be safeguarded.
Perry Barr councillor Jon Hunt responds to the city council’s proposed transport initiatives.
Demolition to go ahead despite lack of full cumulative impact assessment.
Anger as council votes down citywide bid to prevent illegal encampments on public open spaces.
Claim that sell-off is needed to help cover up city’s finances.
Richard Lutz is reduced to writing about garbage.
Lack of contingency plan will lead to “worst ever” Christmas collections.
A guide to what the city’s planning to spend and save next year.
Claims that spending cuts will be “much worse” than original figures.
Claim that council consultation responses comprehensively reject Labour Travel Tax plan on private vehicles.
£3.6 million backing from WMCA Collective Investment Fund.
Praise for environmental and community impact.
Award-winning event returns for its sixth year to wow and entertain audiences.
Improvement Panel and Council to collaborate to tackle improvement challenges.
City region also named among leading cities in Europe for connectivity and business friendliness.
Birmingham announces plans to celebrate women’s vote centenary.
Get rid of your trees the environmentally-friendly way in January.
City attracts £300 million investment from Hong Kong creating over 1,000 new homes.
Call comes to mark Small Businesses Saturday.