Birmingham City Council

Yardley District

Basic Map of Yardley District

Yardley District is made up of four wards, Acocks Green, Sheldon, South Yardley and Stechford & Yardley North

District Services - Who we are and what we do

Yardley District Savings Proposals 2014/15 and 2015/16

As part of the savings that Birmingham City Council is making, each District has reviewed their service provision to identify future service savings for 2014/15 and 2015/16. The attachments below give an outline of the overall District Services position and the Yardley District Proposals.

Please send comments to us via e-mail at

Alternatively, you can write to us at Yardley District Office, 1st Floor, Fox Hollies Leisure Centre, Shirley Road, Acocks Green, Birmingham B27 7NS.

Welcome from the Local Executive Member Councillor Sue Anderson

Contact Yardley District

  • Yardley District Office, 1st Floor, Fox Hollies Leisure Centre, Shirley Road, Acocks Green, B27 7NS

Contact Yardley Housing Team

Antisocial Behaviour (ASB)
Tenancy Estate Services
Resident Involvement

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Contact your Local Councillors

How to get involved and have your say

If you live or work in Yardley, we want you to be involved in running local services there. You can raise issues which concern you and contribute to decision making in a number of ways:

  • District Committee - the key decision making body for Yardley District and part of the Governance Framework for the City Council
  • Ward Committees provide a mechanism for members of the public to become involved in the decisions that affect their neighbourhood
  • Both District and Ward Committee reports and decisions can be found at Democracy in Birmingham

Funding Opportunities

Community Chest

For 2014/15 all wards in the city receive a Community Chest allocation of £50,000. This allocation enables the wards to fund schemes which support ward and neighbourhood working or contribute to extending community engagement, cohesion and empowerment.

Projects supported through this fund must also demonstrate that they support one or more of the outcomes in Birmingham’s Council Plan 2008 -2013 and Birmingham’s Community Strategy 2026.

Generally, any properly constituted organisation may submit a project proposal. You should first talk with the District Ward Support Officer to find out about what outcomes and locally identified priorities the Ward or District Committee is likely to support and the money that it has available.

For Wards within the Yardley District please contact your local ward support office, Mohammed Irfan, on 0121 303 7865 or email:

Community First

The Community First Programme is a national programme which runs over four years until 2015. Twenty-seven Wards in Birmingham have funding through Community First. The programme is independent of Birmingham City Council and is managed by a national organisation, appointed by the Government, called Community Development Foundation. Community First funding is distributed by a Community First Panel established in the Ward. A list of Community First Panels along with other information about this programme and how to access funding is available on the Community Development Foundation Website

There may be a number of other funding opportunities available, such as Big Lottery Funding for example. For more information on this, contact your local ward support office, Mohammed Irfan, on 0121 303 7865 or email:

Sport and Leisure

Fox Hollies Leisure Centre - Improved Access

We are pleased to announce the opening of a new walkway from Fox Hollies Road.
This will give direct access to the Centre from the Number 11 route.

The walkway will open
06:45 - 22:15 Monday to Friday
06:45 - 15:45 Saturday
07:45 - 20:45 Sunday

Community Centres


Customer Service Centres (formerly Neighbourhood Offices)

Local Services

Your Views

Please give us your views. We would like you to tell us what you think of our services. It’s always great for us to hear when things go right but crucially, it’s important for us to know if we get things wrong.