Tagged: Birmingham City Council

Electoral Review of Birmingham

When: Tuesday, 11 August 2015, 14:00, 16:00, and 18:00 Where: BVSC, 138 Digbeth, B5 6DR The Local Government Boundary Commission for England has started an electoral review of Birmingham City Council, inviting proposals for...

A Community Flag for Birmingham

Birmingham City Council asked residents to design a Community Flag for Birmingham, one that can be used to represent our city and its people around the world. More than 470 entries were submitted, designed...

May 2015 Meeting

When: Monday 11th May, 18:00 onwards Where: Old Crown Restaurant, High Street Deritend, Digbeth The next meeting of Digbeth Residents Association will take place tomorrow at 18:00 in the Old Crown on Digbeth High...

Love Ladywood

Last month, Digbeth Residents Association was invited to the Birmingham City Council House in order to participate in the annual Ladywood District Convention. Digbeth is part of Nechells Ward – an administrative zone determined...

Birmingham Smithfield

Birmingham Smithfield is the name of the new development planned for the Wholesale Markets site once it is relocated to Witton. Covering 14 hectares, this is a huge part of the city centre; Birmingham...

Digbeth gets a tram!

This morning it was announced that the Midland Metro tram route through Digbeth will go down the High Street. The new tram will serve Digbeth High Street, the coach station and The Custard Factory....

Nechells Ward Meeting – March 2015

When: Thursday 19th March 2015, 18:00 Where: Stanhope Hall Community Centre, Emily Street, Highgate, B12 0XG The next Nechells Ward Meeting will take place on Thursday 19th March 2015 at 6pm at Stanhope Hall....

What do you think of local democracy?

Birmingham City Council wants to know what you think of local democracy – how it is, and how it should be – and what you think about the public services provided in Digbeth. The...

Comment is free…

The ever irreverent Spotted Dog landlord John Tighe recently sent us his solution to the struggles currently facing the new Library of Birmingham… Birmingham City Council already has its own tried and trusted template...