Appearing before the Birmingham Independent Improvement Panel’s (BIIP) fourth public meeting, the leaders of the three political groups reiterated their continued cross-party commitment to delivering on the agenda to improve how the council is run.
City council chief executive Mark Rogers has issued a guarded warning ahead of a crucial meeting this week of the Birmingham Independent Improvement Panel – ‘we’re getting better, but the
The Birmingham Independent Improvement Panel, appointed by the government to monitor Birmingham City Council’s improvement programme, has announced plans for its fourth public meeting.
You can now register to attend Birmingham Independent Improvement Panel’s fourth public meeting on 10 March (12-2pm) in the Council House.
Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Rt Hon Greg Clark MP, responds to the latest progress report from Birmingham Independent Improvement Panel.
2015 was a year of momentous change for Birmingham and the West Midlands. A city council leader was ousted and a new one chosen as the consequences of the Kerslake
Webcast archive from the Birmingham Independent Improvement Panel meeting on 14 December 2015.
Birmingham’s three political leaders have joined forces in an unprecedented display of unity to convince the Government that the city council will deliver governance reforms set out in the Kerslake
A year after publication of the Kerslake Report, Birmingham City Council's new leader and the opposition group leaders have emphasised their cross-party commitment to delivering Lord Kerslake’s recommendations.
No one can accuse the new Birmingham city council leader of lacking policies. John Clancy has radical schemes coming out of his ears; indeed, it is doubtful whether any previous