Monday 27th June at 7pm
At BILLESLEY POLICE STATION
Yardley Wood Road, B13 0TB
An opportunity for the local community to discuss the anti-social use of off road bikes with the police and local councillors
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For the attention of Sgt 7643 Tanner.
Brandwood Residents are very welcome to come to Brandwood Forum “local Election Hustings” 27th April – 7pm at Monyhull Hall Church B30 3PS
This hustings will be your opportunity to hear the candidates speak and answer your questions.
The invited candidates are as follows ( in alphabetical order)
Alan Blumenthal UK Independence Pary ( UKIP)
Patrick Cox The Green Party
Eva Phillips * Current Labour Councillor
Richard Smith Liberal Democrats
Neville Summerfield The Conservative Party
You will be given the opportunity to hear these local candidates and quiz them about local issues – as time will be short only local issues will be accepted as questions .
I do hope that you are able to attend this important event – please let other residents know about it and bring them along!
Karen Osborne, Chair
To have your say and or find out more please click this link www.consultation.lgbce.org.uk
To see print out of map
BRANDWOOD WARD BOUNDARY CHANGES
For those of you who are interested in taking part in a wider debate about the way forward for Birmingham City Council- education/ childrens services/health/transport/housing/all services/governance /planning etc
please click this link- https://www.gov.uk/government/news/public-invited-to-give-views-direct-on-birmingham-city-council
For further information about the Kerslake Review: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/independent-review-into-corporate-governance-at-birmingham-city-council
Gillie Severin | Team Leader, Kerslake Review of Birmingham Corporate Governance | Department for Communities and Local Government | 4th Floor, South East Quadrant, Fry Building, 2 Marsham St | London | SW1P 4DF | Phone +44 (0)303 444 1938 / 07825454158 (BB)
Come and have your Say at Brandwood Forum Meeting 17th September Monyhull Church 7- 8.30pm
Local Councillors will be there to answer your questions about any local issues.
On the agenda-
Police & Community Safety
Local news & Events
Everyone who lives in the Brandwood Ward is very welcome
I am delighted to have Leanne Youngston of Walkers Heath fame and more recently Active Parks as our special guest at our meeting this coming Thursday. We will be discussing ideas which might help improve Brandwood, as well as discussing the continuing saga of us not being allowed to mark out a football pitch at Dawberry fields Park( even though we have the money!!)
So please come along and have your say! We have a small amount of money and need to decide on the best way to spend it wisely and thereby improve the ward for the most amount of people…
Meeting begins at 7.00. I look forward to seeing you, Karen Osborne, Chair
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Birmingham City Council is facing a big challenge, having to cut the budget we can control by half over seven years. In the past we have often made changes to improve our services and get better value for money. But we now face cuts in government funding on a scale that has never been seen before. ( Please click on Green Paper attachment below)
We will need to make big changes to balance the books in the years ahead. These changes will have an impact on everyone in the city, so we want to discuss them with you before going ahead.
The key question we are seeking to answer is:
How can we continue to provide essential services to residents and guide the city through such difficult times, whilst supporting greater fairness and future prosperity?
We will need to be clearer on our priorities and ensure that we only spend money on things that support those priorities. We will need to develop new structures and ways of working with services such as the NHS. And we will need to work with the people of Birmingham to get maximum value from all the resources available to the city.
- District wide session on 16/7/13 6.30pm – 8pm @ Stirchley Community Centre and Indoor Bowls Centre, Pershore Road, Stirchley
- There will also be dialogue opportunities on a number of city wide service reviews including Sport and Physical Activity at the next cycle of ward committees across the District from the end of July – early September. The ward meeting dates are as follow
Brandwood Ward 28/8/13 7pm @ Brandwood Centre, Allens Croft Road
- City wide Formal Consultation will then take place later this year in the Autumn
GREEN PAPER DETAILS Transformation of Sport and Physical Activity Facilties – Appendix 2
Public Meeting on Birmingham Budget Cuts
Saturday 15 December from 10am to 12noon
Friends Meeting House, Cotteridge
23a Watford Rd, B30
Rail: Kings Norton Station
Bus: 11, 18, 45, 47, 48, 49, 84, 145, 146
Come and meet the new Selly Oak Constituency Police Inspector Simon Ingliss at Brandwood Forum meeting 6th December at the Grove Road Social Club The Inspector will be talking about his role and will answer any questions which residents raise.
This meeting will also include a debate about road safety issues in the Ward with two presentations from local residents . Selly Oak Constituency Engineer Sajid Khan will be coming to talk about his role and answer residents questions.
Brandwood Forum secretary and other residents will be bringing cakes and some christmas cheer! Brandwood Forum Meeting 6th December 7-8.30 at Grove Road Social Club (In between Brandwood & Cockmoor House, next to Red Lion)
Yesterday the sun shone and 100s of local Brandwood residents visited the park to take part in lots of community led activities, eat food and enjoy one of the last days of the summer!
It was a great opportunity for us to meet and talk to local residents and community leaders about their ideas about improving Brandwood. Many people expressed a real support for our aims
- To represent and engage the whole of the community in Brandwood
- To raise and improve the profile of Brandwood Ward
- To act as an umbrella organisation to help bring all Brandwood Community Groups together to develop a unified voice to develop and formulate ‘a plan for Brandwood’