It is clear that with a growing population that there is a need for new houses to be built. The harder question is to decide where those new houses should be built. 304 more words
Tags » Birmingham City Council
As part of Birmingham Democracy Week 2015, Standing Up For Birmingham and ‘think and do tank’ the Chamberlain Forum are hosting two free events exploring how residents can take more control of how the city is run and fully participate in shaping its future. 266 more words
Knowledge Insider: Creating new cultures and successfully using evidence in planning, with Waheed Nazir, Birmingham City Council
Local authorities face many challenges when it comes to creating successful places. In this Q&A Rebecca Riley speaks to Waheed Nazir, Director of Planning and Regeneration at Birmingham City Council. 1,688 more words
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — There’s harmony in Birmingham City Hall, three days after the City Council froze spending on capital projects.
Friday, the City Council decided at a special-called meeting of the Committee of the Whole, to vote to lift the moratorium. 218 more words