Alan Clawley is really struggling to garner a useful reaction from Birmingham City Council.
Wheelie bins are hitting the streets of Birmingham in a campaign funded by tax payers. John Duckers has come up with other ideas for those pesky plastic uber bins.
Birmingham City Council is on the hunt for local heroes who have made a real difference to the lives of people in Birmingham.
Volunteers recently helped rejuvenate a garden for pupils at Broadmeadow Junior School in Kings Norton.
The number of foreign investments into Birmingham has risen by more than half in the last 12 months as a result of the city’s continued drive to attract more inward investment
Operation Black Vote unveiled Birmingham’s new generation of civic leaders at a media launch of their Civic Leadership Programme last week.
Visit Birmingham has unveiled a new tourism campaign designed to boost the region’s cultural profile
Birmingham has unveiled the first glimpse of an interactive 3D map at MIPIM, which brings its new economic zones to life.
Birmingham joins other cities to promote the UK’s inward investment potential
Alan Clawley writes about the re-constituted Conservation and Heritage Panel
Alan Clawley explains the case for retention, not destruction.
A number of changes to waste collection services have been announced by Birmingham City Council in its 2013/14 budget
Birmingham City Council officials have put residents minds at rest by stating that their intention is no longer to sell off or lease the site
Birmingham City Council have announced their intention to close Moseley Road Baths for swimming from 2015.
A national Rally to Restore Confidence took place last week to encourage professionals working across all platforms within the built environment that 2013 is a year for positivity
No long term future for swimming at Moseley Road Baths in Balsall Heath.
Alan Clawley wades through the gloom and doom of budget cuts and asks why Sir Albert Bore is predicting the end of local government as we know it.
It has been claimed that budget cuts are likely to lead to increased inequality.
Alan Clawley claims that reports of the imminent destruction of John Madin's library are way off the mark and that the campaign to save it goes on.