Moseley Community Groups submit final submission to LGBCE on their draft recommendations for new Moseley Ward

Attached below are the final submissions in response to the Local Government Boundary Commission for England’s (LGBCE) revised recommendations creating a new Moseley Ward. A huge thank you is extended to all who contributed to collating this information. Appendix for Anderton Park Residents’ Group submission could not be uploaded, but if you would like to … [Read more…]

Victory for the Moseley community in the Ward Boundary recommendations debacle!

The Local Government Boundary Commission for England and Wales published their revised draft recommendations earlier this month following an outpouring of responses from the local community to their original recommendations. We were delighted to see that almost all of our proposals were met but some areas didn’t fit our proposals: They gave Sarehole Mill, pond … [Read more…]

Final Moseley Community Submission to the Boundary Commission re: Ward Boundary Review

Please see attached PDF files below for our Community submission and related appendices. Unfortunately you will notice some of the appendices are missing currently as we cannot get them to upload but they are as follows: Appendix 7: Moseley Society Members’ Map Appendix 9: Moseley Farmers’ Market 1 Mile Catchment area map Appendix 16: Wake … [Read more…]

Map of the Moseley community proposal for the Ward Boundary

The attached map clarifies which roads and properties are included in the area that the Moseley community calls Moseley. Attachment Two Councillor Moseley Ward community proposal.pdf – 5.44 MB PDF (map currently unavailable – to be uploaded in due course)   Submitted by Esther Boyd on Sun, 07/02/2016 – 10:14

Moor Green West Residents’ Association make their submission to Boundary Commission re: ward boundaries consultation

Political news Below we publish in full the submission made by one of our local residents’ associations: Ward Boundaries Consultation Response from Moor Green West Residents’ Association Is change really needed? Will ward boundary change not distract Birmingham City Council from the real task of drawing our city together and tackling some of the big … [Read more…]