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The Districts and Public Engagement O&S Committee inquiry report on Ward Committees
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The following Calls for Evidence have been launched:Health outcomes for homeless households - closing date for written submissions Friday 13th December 2014
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Education and Vulnerable Children O&S Committee, 21 January at 2pm in Committee Room 3 & 4, Council House
The Committee will discuss the City’s 2014 exams and National Curriculum assessment results. The Children's Society will also present the findings of their report " It takes a city to raise a child"
Birmingham Economy and Jobs O&S Committee, 23 January 2015 at 10am in Committee Rooms 3 & 4, Council House
The Cabinet Member for Development, Transport and Economy will give an update on this portfolio. Other dicussion items include the Greater Birmingham Growth Hub and progress made on Business Support Inquiry recommendations. The annual report on Flood Risk Management and Response will be considered.
Partnerships, Contract Performance and Third Sector O&S Committee26 January 2015 at 10.30 am Committee Rooms 3&4, The Council House
The Committee discuss contact performance and parnership workign with the Acivico Managing Director and executive board representatives (a City Council’s wholly owned company). Progress made towards the Working with Housing Associations inquiry recommendations will also be discussed.
Connectivity & Sustainability O&S Committee 27 January 2015 at 4pm, Council House
Committee will consider a report from Birmingham Trees for Life, and will examine public rights of way in the city.
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