The AGM’s main topic was largely about what the future plans are for the Westside extension of the Metro which will affect us all due to redirection of private traffic (and buses).
But what is the CCNF about and what does it do for you as an inner city Resident?
A review of the way ahead by Tom Willets, the Project Lead of the extension up to the west side of Five Ways island.
This is the definitive guide to current traffic proposals for the streets surrounding the westside extension.
On Tuesday 20 November members of the Committee of the City Centre Neighbourhood Forum (BCCNF) will be holding a Drop-in session in Café Nero in Brindleyplace from 6pm onwards.
If you have anything you’d like to discuss about city life, why not drop in?
Grosvenor Street West
There have been two Be Heard consultations on the changes to Sheepcote Street and adjacent streets. In a week it will no longer be possible to enter the street from St Vincent Street. This means a detour to reach the Broad Street end of the street and hence get to Local Residents’ car parks. Continue reading
On Thursday 14 June volunteers from the City Centre Neighbourhood Forum team attended a City Centre meeting to explore the possibilities of setting up a Local Community Safety Partnership – LCSP.
Homelessness, Living on the Streets, Rough Sleeping and Hardship is unfortunately very common in our city today.
The image on the left gives a cheery front to these problems, but for those who suffer from them it is not funny at all!
You can help. Continue reading
On Saturday 24 February, key people will give expert insights into these important subjects in Birmingham.