As ministers prepare to make a decision on the application to lift the ban on bee harming pesticides pressure builds to keep neonicotinoids off our fields this summer.

Steve has added his name to a growing list of MPs who are opposed to lifting the ban. Steve has heard from many constituents over the past few months about their concerns that the government may lift the ban and he has been campaigning in Parliament for transparency.

Local residents along with the help of Councillor Eva Phillips (Brandwood) and Steve McCabe MP and are delighted that Amey have agreed to resurface one side of Clandon Close which hasn’t been touched for 20 years.

Local community groups can now apply for a share of Tesco’s £12 million carrier bag charge fund for their environmental or greenspace project.

The developers of Beechenhurst House, Serpentine Road in Selly Oak are applying to add even more bedrooms to the existing 60 bedroom development in the heart of the leafy suburb of Selly Park.

Steve McCabe MP has welcomed news that NICE have approved access to a drug which tackles the underlying causes of life-limiting Duchenne muscular dystrophy, a condition that affects children.

Latest figures published by The Trussell Trust today show that foodbank use remains at record levels, rising two percent on last year.

Steve McCabe MP for Birmingham, Selly Oak visited his local Ladbrokes shop in Stirchley, ahead of one of its busiest weekends of the year.

Steve McCabe MP and Councillor Eva Phillips are asking Amey, the Council’s Highways contractors to fix a mistake they made on Clandon Close, Druids Heath.

The Royal College of Surgeons have written an open letter to six NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups across the West Midlands outlining their concerns about plans to impose restrictions on surgical treatments across the region, affecting more than 2 million people.


Steve McCabe MP met with residents of Gristhorpe Road in Selly Oak whose lives have become a total misery after being wedged between a row of 5 homes which have houses in the gardens.

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