We have compiled a list of useful local information
Hospitals and local health services
The nearest GP Walk-in Centre (South Birmingham) is based in Selly Oak. Further information can be found here.
To find a local General Practitioner (GP) click here.
To find a local NHS Dentist click here.
If you have a health emergency, call 999.
For 24 hour non-emergency advice from a health advisor, call 111.
The Neighbourhood Policing Team for Moseley is Moseley & Kings Heath lead by Sergeant Tom O’Keeffe.
If you have an emergency, call 999. For non-emergencies, call 101.
You can email the team directly at email@example.com
To register for local crime alerts, please visit WMNow
You can also follow the team on Twitter @MoseleyKHeath
Planning and development
Planning and development matters are everyone’s responsibility. Birmingham City Council’s website has all the information your require regarding questions about planning policy, permitted development and how to apply for planning permission if you are considering building work on your property.
To view and comment on current planning applications affecting Moseley visit the Planning Online Portal
Moseley contains two Conservation Areas covering a large section of Moseley village and roads surrounding St Agnes church to the east of Moseley. Further information on how this affects you can be found here and here.
Before you start any work on a property in a Conservation Area it is important to check whether you need Conservation Area Consent. Even if you don’t, the local planning department can advise you about the correct construction methods and appropriate materials, for example types of bricks or roofing materials that are in keeping with your property.
Moseley contains many examples of fine Victorian architecture and local residents are keen to ensure this legacy is respected and development sensitively handled. It is for this reason that the Moseley Society is consulted on any planning applications affecting Moseley both in and out of the two Conservation Areas. Any development carried out without permission and outside of permitted development rights is liable to enforcement action by the local authority.