“Looking to the Future” – a free public meeting organised by the City Centre Neighbourhood Forum (CCNF) – was held on 28 February to update Residents on important infrastructure projects. Continue reading
If you have anything you’d like to discuss about city life, why not drop in? More information.
“Your City Centre – Looking to the Future”
Saturday 8 February 2014 11am
The Birmingham City Centre Neighbourhood Forum (the CCNF) is holding a (free) public meeting in the Library of Birmingham, Centenary Square. Continue reading
Hear from candidates for
West Midlands Police & Crime Commissioner
Learn more about the new
Library of Birmingham (LoB)
Vote for committee members for the City Centre Neighbourhood Forum for next year
The Birmingham City Centre Neighbourhood Forum ( the CCNF) is holding a (free) public meeting, on 15th October 2012 at 7pm in the Museum and Art Gallery Learning Zone. .
1. West Midlands Police & Crime Commissioner
This new role will be filled by a prospective candidate chosen by the Birmingham electorate on 15 November. . .Many people don’t know why this is happening and what is to be achieved, so now is your opportunity to put your questions to those who should know. Four candidates will present their case for election and take your questions. The candidates at the meeting will be:
Matt Bennett (Conservative)
Cath Hannon (Independent)
Bob Jones (Labour)
Mike Rumble (Independent)
2. The new Library of Birmingham (LoB)
This is to open in September 2013. The exterior is all but completed and inside is a hive of activity with the fitting of interior walls, staircases, cabling, etc. Then will come adaptation to the new uses of a 21st century library as well as installation of the books and archives.
Simon Dingle, Operations Director of the LoB construction for developers Carillion plc, will describe the build project in terms of Project Progress to date, Highlights so far, Work Required to Complete and the Challenges involved.
Brian Gambles, Assistant Director Culture of Birmingham City Council and Chief Executive of Library of Birmingham Development Trust, will talk of the facilities and services to be provided. .
3. CCNF AGM and Election of Committee
This brief section will report on major activities of the past year, a financial statement and election of the new Committee. There will be an opportunity for city centre residents who wish to get even more involved with improving our city centre life to stand for election to the committee at this short AGM. We need volunteers!
Light refreshments will be available at 6:45, ready for the meeting to start at 7pm. We will finish before 9pm.The meeting will be in the Museum and Art Gallery Learning Zone, which can only be accessed via the Great Charles Street Entrance….see map:
The City Centre Neighbourhood Forum is a voluntary, non-political, organisation of Birmingham City Centre residents. To find out more about us please click About.
All City Centre Residents welcome! Please come along!
Although you can just turn up on the night, it would be very helpful to us to know how many people are likely to come – please Contact Us if you can! Thank you.
Posted by Geoff Caine
Learn more about plans for the city centre – and perhaps even get involved!
The Birmingham City Centre Neighbourhood Forum is holding a (free) public meeting, 14th November 2011 at 6:45pm in the Museum and Art Gallery Learning Zone. There will be talks by the Police Chief Inspector and by Birmingham Council on city centre developments. Continue reading
We hope you all enjoyed the meeting and found it informative. We are in the process of writing up the consultation and will update both this blog and the Presenters as soon as we can.
In the Annual General Meeting part of the evening I am pleased to say that the volunteers who stood for the committee were all elected, and there are also a couple of other people interested in learning more with a view to possibly joining us. More on this later , and my Chair-person’s report on the year will also follow! It may just take a few days to catch up with all the writing!
And finally, some more ‘thank you’s.
Thank you to all the presenters, who did a great job.
And thank you very much indeed to all the 2010 Birmingham City Centre Neighbourhood Committee, who have been great this year, and the other ‘friends of the committee’ who have kindly helped us along the way. I have very much enjoyed being Chair, and hope it hasn’t been too bad for you!