CRS News and website updates
[07.07.20] Birmingham City Council has been allocated £1 million for walking & cycling from the first tranche of the Department of Transport’s (DfT) Emergency Active Travel Fund, with match-funding bringing the total to £1.6 million. Go here.
[03.07.20] We understand that the Mainstay Group is merging with FirstPort, which claims to be the UK’s largest residential property manager. Go here for more details.
[11.06.20] We are delighted to announce that on 2nd June 2020, Martineau Gardens were awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. Go here for their News page.
[11.06.20] CRS is objecting to the installation of a 20m phone mast on the edge of the Conservation Area. Go here for details.
[28.05.20] Haydn Cooper will be the new Chief Executive of Calthorpe Estates from 13th July 2020. More details here.
[26.05.20] We have published our first eNewsletter on the new eNews page.
[25.05.20] Mark Lee – Chief Executive of Calthorpe Estates – will step down from this role after the AGM in July. More here.
[27.04.20] We have created a special page for COVID-19 advice and your Lockdown stories. Please go here.
[27.04.20] We have had major success in getting graffiti removed from many parts of the Conservation Area. Go here for details.
[23.03.20] The Traffic & Parking News page has a link to the BCC consultation on safety improvements for Nursery Road & Yately Road.
[06.03.20] A dedicated web page for the Clean Air Zone has been launched by BCC. Go here.
[04.03.20] A WMP reporting form for inconsiderate pavement parking has been posted on the Traffic & Parking News page.
[21.02.20] A pdf of the papers for the 25th March 2020 49th AGM is now available on the Next Event page.
[18.02.20] A document with all the questions and answers at the recent Traffic & Parking Forum is posted here.
[11.02.20] A Call for Action Groups on the CAZ and A38 Cycle Lane, following the recent Traffic & Parking Forum, has been posted on the Past Events page.
[09.02.20] A Government Vehicle Checker website has been launched to enable drivers to check if their vehicle is subject to CAZ charges or is exempt. Go here.
[09.02.20] The Forthcoming Events page has been updated with the 12th & 15th February Council drop-in events to meet the CAZ team
[09.02.20] The Past Events page has been updated with images from the 6th February Traffic & Parking Forum and the 8th February Litter Pick.
[25.01.20] Birmingham City Council have announced proposals for HMOs and empty houses. Go to our Planning page for links.
[21.01.20] The Traffic & Parking News page has been updated with links to the BCC Parking & Supplementary Planning consultation and the 07.12.18 report on the CAZ consultation.