Birmingham Connected, who have responsibility for transport strategy in Birmingham, are seeking to reach residents and those who work in or visit Ladywood to consult with them on local street parking.This is of particular interest to Phase 2 residents, but also all residents who may want to find a car parking space for their visitors.
You can read about and have your say on their proposals using the Birmingham City Councils consultation website, Be Heard, by visiting the Central Ladywood Parking Scheme.
But hurry this closes on 11 Dec 2015.
You will probably also find this useful over the festive season.
Article by Geoff Caine (with input from Frank Strobel in Phase 2)