‘Birmingham City Council is leading the way in social housing and is moving forward with its ambitious plans for the next 10 years.’
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The area will also benefit from a number of transport improvements, a new secondary school and improvements to Perry Barr railway station.
The council believe modular could be a solution to the growing social housing waiting list for people who require one-bed or two-bed properties.
The GBSLEP board ‘provisionally’ agreed to provide the funding for the £700m Paradise Birmingham project at a recent extraordinary meeting.
The urban island, encircled by two canals, will eventually bring about 1,150 new homes.
The plan will see Birmingham’s derelict Belmont Works, originally built in 1899, restored to its former glory as part of a major overhaul.
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Senior leaders in the city know that they need to help their teams focus on the values that shape what they do. It’s hard to do though, hard to lift the head from process to values. Here some simple ideas from the people we have worked with and the experience we’ve had over 10 years at Podnosh.