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About Birmingham City Council

Birmingham City Council is the government that manages the city of Birmingham.

Birmingham City Council Headquarter Location

Council House Victoria Square

Birmingham, England, B1 1BB,

United Kingdom

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Latest Birmingham City Council News

Industrial development go-ahead for Key Land Capital

Oct 20, 2021

20 Oct 2021 Midlands Property Laurence Kilgannon Property company Key Land Capital has been given the green light for a development of small industrial units near Birmingham city centre. A planning application to redevelop the site of Kestrel House, at Aston Brook Street East, in Aston, has been approved by Birmingham City Council  Key Land Capital acquired Kestrel House, a 16,600 sq ft unit on a 0.42 acres site, for £700,000, last year. The plans include seven new build, high quality class E and B2-usesmall industrial units. The company hopes to start work on site in early 2022. Kestrel House is the former headquarters of Hobday Ltd, which traded as E-shopfitting, wholesalers of shop fittings and sign equipment. The three-storey property was originally built in 1900 and comprises a variety of buildings, which have been acquired and adapted over time. Key Land Capital managing director Kevin Sharkey said: "There is a growing demand for small business units so we are delighted that we have gained planning consent for our redevelopment of the site in Aston. "We are confident the units will be popular with companies looking for high quality accommodation in a great location with excellent transport links Aston is an area we believe has enormous potential and we will continue to invest in the area."

Birmingham City Council Investments

1 Investments

Birmingham City Council has made 1 investments. Their latest investment was in Natural HR as part of their Seed VC on March 3, 2016.

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Birmingham City Council Investments Activity

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Date

Round

Company

Amount

New?

Co-Investors

Sources

3/7/2016

Seed VC

Natural HR

Yes

Midven, and Undisclosed Angel Investors

1

Date

3/7/2016

Round

Seed VC

Company

Natural HR

Amount

New?

Yes

Co-Investors

Midven, and Undisclosed Angel Investors

Sources

1

Birmingham City Council Partners & Customers

10 Partners and customers

Birmingham City Council has 10 strategic partners and customers. Birmingham City Council recently partnered with Agilisys on May 5, 2021.

Date

Type

Business Partner

Country

News Snippet

Sources

5/26/2021

Vendor

Agilisys

United Kingdom

Birmingham City Council selects Agilisys for customer engagement strategy • Agilisys

Tim Pitts , Senior Partner at Agilisys added : `` We are delighted to have been selected by Birmingham City Council to challenge and re-think the approach to customer engagement in the city .

1

5/25/2021

Vendor

Agilisys

United Kingdom

Agilisys to support Birmingham CC

As it enters into a partnership with Agilisys , City Council is taking a very different approach -- ensuring that it benefits from external expertise built up via decades of working in local government , while maintaining full ownership of its strategy .

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2/4/2020

Vendor

Amey

United Kingdom

Kier steps in for Birmingham highways

Birmingham City Council entered into a £ 2.3 bn 25-year highways management and maintenance contract with Amey , now Birmingham Highways Ltd , in 2010 under the government 's private finance initiative .

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1/23/2020

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9/30/2019

Partner

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Date

5/26/2021

5/25/2021

2/4/2020

1/23/2020

9/30/2019

Type

Vendor

Vendor

Vendor

Vendor

Partner

Business Partner

Agilisys

Agilisys

Amey

Country

United Kingdom

United Kingdom

United Kingdom

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Birmingham City Council selects Agilisys for customer engagement strategy • Agilisys

Tim Pitts , Senior Partner at Agilisys added : `` We are delighted to have been selected by Birmingham City Council to challenge and re-think the approach to customer engagement in the city .

Agilisys to support Birmingham CC

As it enters into a partnership with Agilisys , City Council is taking a very different approach -- ensuring that it benefits from external expertise built up via decades of working in local government , while maintaining full ownership of its strategy .

Kier steps in for Birmingham highways

Birmingham City Council entered into a £ 2.3 bn 25-year highways management and maintenance contract with Amey , now Birmingham Highways Ltd , in 2010 under the government 's private finance initiative .

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Birmingham City Council Team

1 Team Member

Birmingham City Council has 1 team member, including former Chief Technology Officer, Chief Information Officer, Andrew Fullard.

Name

Work History

Title

Status

Andrew Fullard

Chief Technology Officer, Chief Information Officer

Former

Name

Andrew Fullard

Work History

Title

Chief Technology Officer, Chief Information Officer

Status

Former

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