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Another betrayal as South Maypole Surgery set to close

Another betrayal as South Maypole Surgery set to close

Steve McCabe MP (Birmingham Selly Oak) has spoken out against the decision to close South Maypole Surgery at the end of March.

Environment Agency Selly Park North Flood Scheme drop in sessions

Environment Agency Selly Park North Flood Scheme drop in sessions

Changes to Birmingham City Council Housing Allocation Scheme 2017

Changes to Birmingham City Council Housing Allocation Scheme 2017

Steve McCabe welcomes exciting funding opportunity for charities and non-profit organisations across Selly Oak

Steve McCabe welcomes exciting funding opportunity for charities and non-profit organisations across Selly Oak

Selly Oak constituency in top 10% for unemployment in UK

Selly Oak constituency in top 10% for unemployment in UK

Steve McCabe MP joins Biggest Fight Against Bone Cancer

Steve McCabe MP joins Biggest Fight Against Bone Cancer

The GP Practice which serves people across Druids Heath and the Maypole areas is run by South Doc Services who requested that Birmingham South Central CCG (responsible for South Maypole Surgery) agreed to terminate the contract and close the surgery because of financial difficulties. It appears that questions were first raised about the surgery’s viability in November last year but patients were not told until February after the final decision was made at the end of January.

 

Ahead of works set to start on the Selly Park North Flood Scheme the Environment Agency will be holding two drop in information sessions.

One session will be aimed at residents from Selly Park and one is aimed at residents in the Harborne Lane area. Details below:

Selly Park - Tuesday 7 March, 2pm – 8pm - Christ Church, 953 Pershore Road, Birmingham, B29 7PS

Harborne Lane - Monday 6 March, 2pm – 8pm - St. Peter’s Church, Old Church Road, Birmingham, B17 0BB

Steve McCabe MP is encouraging his constituents who are currently on the Council’s housing waiting list to re-register before 19 April 2017 to avoid being taken off the register.

Birmingham City Council is changing the way it allocates social housing to make the system easier for people to understand and to make the best use of the existing housing stock. The Council have also said that the current system gives people false expectations because of open access to the housing register and makes it difficult for existing tenants to gain an offer of alternative accommodation.

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