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Northfield Town Centre is a suburb of South West Birmingham and home to a wide range of shops and venues all in one convenient place.
There's always lots happening and this website's your one-stop-shop for the latest news, useful links, high street map and a comprehensive directory. You'll also find 'what's on' listings for regular groups and one-off events taking place across the town centre.
Behind the scenes Northfield's businesses have set up Northfield BID (Business Improvement District) to work together with others to improve and promote the town centre.
In November 2021, 75.6% of the businesses eligible to vote, gave Northfield BID the mandate to continue its tenure for a third term - a further 5 years starting January 2022.
Birmingham City Council Statement regarding Section 114 notice
Published: Tuesday, 5th September 2023
Statement regarding announcement made today (5 September 2023) that a Section 114 notice has been issued.
Birmingham City Council has issued a s.114 Notice as part of the plans to meet the Council’s financial liabilities relating to Equal Pay claims and an in-year financial gap within its budget which currently stands in the region of £87m.
In June the Council announced that it had a potential liability relating to Equal Pay claims in the region of £650m to £760m, with an ongoing liability accruing at a rate of £5m to £14m per month.
The Council is still in a position where it must fund the equal pay liability that has accrued to date (in the region of £650m to £760m), but it does not have the resources to do so.
To read more about this announcement, click here
Letter from Birmingham City Council to the Northfield Business Community
Latest Information on S114 (23rd October 2023)
Watch Chief Supt Richard North explains how policing is changing in Birmingham
"Changing How West Midlands Police Operate"
Our stakeholder partners at West Midlands Police have changed the way they work, with more officers now dedicated to working locally in our communities across the West Midlands.
A new local policing model will better serve communities across seven policing areas; Birmingham, Coventry, Dudley, Sandwell, Solihull, Walsall and Wolverhampton.
Each local policing area (LPA) will be led by a Chief Superintendent commander who will understand the issues that matter to communities in their area and have greater control over how they use their resources to meet local needs better.
Response and investigation teams will now be based at the same local police hubs as neighbourhood officers, meaning they can work more closely together to prevent and solve crime and keep people safe. This means more officers spending more time understanding and preventing local problems as well as addressing the issues that really matter to communities.
What will be different?
· Increased neighbourhood presence to really understand local issues and work with communities to tackle these
· Response officers (those who respond initially to your calls) are now more local to provide a better service
· Local investigation teams with a renewed focus on areas such as burglary, robbery, vehicle crime and domestic abuse to deliver better outcomes
· Increased use and availability of local custody facilities to support our focus on arresting more offenders.
We want this new way of delivering local policing to make local areas safer, by making more arrests for violent crime, especially for domestic abuse. We will also be able to work more effectively with our partners, local businesses, and other agencies to reduce crime and disorder and make the streets safer. For more information on the new model please visit our website here