Category Archives: Advice to Residents

Sheepcote Bus Lane Update Monday 3 December

Bad weather has held up progress on the cosmetic changes and enforcement of the bus lane.

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Sheepcote Bus Lane Enforcement Enters New Phase

Clearer signage heralds the enforcement of the bus lane as a no go route for cars.

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Any Spare Christmas Decorations for the Courtyards?

Shakela: “advises residents that they can donate any unwanted (in reasonable condition) Christmas decorations for the Christmas trees that will be placed in the courtyards this year? “We will have a box in phase 1 and phase 2 concierge.”

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Beat the Jams – Get To/From City Centre By New Bus Routes

The closure of the Paradise Circus/Broad Street junction has brought real benefits for us KEW Residents travelling to and from the city centre. Why not try the bus and beat the jams!

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Scam Alert – Extortion Scam!

Watch Out For being sent a password you have used in the past to add credibility to extortion emails.

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New HMRC Scam Revealed

Fraudsters are targeting households, pretending to be from HMRC and threatening legal action unless you call back.

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Find Out What is Happening to Travelling In Brum

All that is going on now and also what is planned for the future is presented in one scrolling web page produced by Birmingham Connected, part of Birmingham City Council.

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Residents’ Surgery Feedback 1 October 2018

Shakela has issued her feedback to questions asked by Residents at the 1 October Residents’ Surgery.

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Links to Information on Current Changes to Sheepcote Street

Below are links to the Consultation on the Council’s Be Heard website which describes the  current changes taking place on Sheepcote Street.

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Beware! Penalties Are Looming For Using Sheepcote Str. Bus Lane

Soon traffic monitoring cameras will be in operation, so beware if you are currently using the new Bus Lane.

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