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Steve McCabe MP has objected to plans for yet more student accommodation in Selly Oak as there is already a surplus of this type of accommodation in his constituency. 

Steve has expressed serious concerns about plans to convert Beechenhurst House and erect four, three storey annex blocks to create student accommodation comprising of 55 bedrooms on Serpentine Road, which falls under a conservation area.

Steve McCabe MP met with local residents from Selly Oak on Saturday 11 July to listen to concerns about road safety on Gibbins Road.

Steve McCabe MP has welcomed smart meters – the technology that will finally digitise the way we buy and manage our gas and electricity and help us get control over our energy bills.

Steve McCabe MP has spoken out against a planning development in Selly Oak which would see a further 267 student style bedsits built in the already heavily populated student area of Selly Oak.

Steve McCabe MP has spoken about getting a fairer deal for consumers and giving Ofgem more powers to protect vulnerable customers.

This week Senior Officials from South Korean Industrial Group KICOX visited Birmingham to learn how the city’s industrial strategy could help shape the development of industrial parks in South Korea. First port of call was a meeting with local firm International Synergies who are global experts in industrial symbiosis. The South Korean visitors were particularly keen to know how industrial symbiosis methodology can be used to support economic development, reduce carbon and expand the role of green technologies.

Steve McCabe MP has spoken out against further Government cuts to the Access to Work Programme which supports disabled people in work.

Birmingham based choir, the Wellbeing Choir are fighting to secure funding to keep singing and support their members, many of whom have mental health issues.

Steve McCabe, Labour’s Parliamentary Candidate for Birmingham Selly Oak has congratulated the Council’s Planning Department for getting tougher on landlords who have submitted planning applications to create more multi bedroom student housing.

Local Bournville residents are outraged after learning that the Council’s Highways Contractors, Amey have decided that they will not be honouring the restrictions of Bournville’s conservation area by installing LED street lighting.

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