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Council’s online systems to be shut down for a day 

5 Jan

ACCESS to Dudley Council’s online services are set to be disrupted next week as the local authority’s systems undergo maintenance.


New car park opens in time for festive shopping 

25 Nov

New car park opens in time for festive shopping...


Get fit with a festive deal 

25 Nov

Get fit with a festive deal...


Charity Christmas wishes for loved ones 

25 Nov

Charity Christmas wishes for loved ones...


#Xmaselfies carol singing 

25 Nov

#Xmaselfies carol singing...


People to have their say on multi million pound Big Question 

25 Nov

People to have their say on multi million pound Big Question...


Housing issues to be discussed with Dudley Council at April’s TRA meetings 

3 Apr

A SERIES of tenants and residents association meetings (TRAs) are being held across Dudley borough during April.


Funds available for community groups at local forums 

14 Mar

COMMUNITY groups are set to benefit from grants of up to £5,000 which Dudley Council is making available through its public forums.


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FixMyStreet »

Traffic lights, 24th March 

24 Mar

All three covers on the traffic lights at the bottom of Brierley Hill Road are broken and hanging off.


Ball games next to residential property, 23rd March 

23 Mar

Children playing ball games on grass patch next to my house causing great disturbance and risk to my property.


Birmingham New Road, 23rd March 

23 Mar

There is a fridge shaped article on the the grass verge at a prox no 311 this has been there in excess of 6 months and is a disgrace to council employees who have passed by without action Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically...


Privet Bush needs cutting back, 23rd March 

23 Mar

2/3 of the pavement is covered by privit Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 61 Queens Road, Sedgley Report on FixMyStreet...


Vicar Street Sedgley, 22nd March 

22 Mar

Two large holes developing outside Vicarige on west bound carriage way Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 17 Catholic Lane, Dudley Report on FixMyStreet...


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Freedom of information requests »

Tenacy agreements 

24 Mar

Response by Dudley Council to Zachary Jones on 24 March 2017 .


Building regulations enforcement S36 notices issued. 

23 Mar

Response by Dudley Council to Adam A on 23 March 2017 .


Information 

22 Mar

Response by Dudley Council to angela on 22 March 2017 .


Information 

22 Mar

Request sent to Dudley Council by angela on 22 March 2017 .


Workforce Management 

21 Mar

Response by Dudley Council to J Taylor on 21 March 2017 .


Workforce Management 

21 Mar

Request sent to Dudley Council by J Taylor on 21 March 2017 .


Private Dwelling ( Hereditament) Wholly For Private Use 

21 Mar

Response by Dudley Council to G.


Statistics: children’s services social worker workforce 

20 Mar

Response by Dudley Council to Loredana Grigore on 20 March 2017 .


Council’s Housing Related Support services. 

15 Mar

Request sent to Dudley Council by Charlotte Bradley on 15 March 2017 .


Dudley – Council Tax Arrears 

15 Mar

Response by Dudley Council to Pat James on 15 March 2017 .


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NHS »

Funding for Footpath at Netherton Health Centre Revealed 

15 Mar

Following feedback from patients in Netherton, additional £62,000 of funding has been agreed by Dudley CCG for improvements to access at Netherton Health Centre.


Public Invited to Dudley CCG’s Primary Care Commissioning Committee Meeting 

10 Mar

Members of the public are invited to attend the upcoming Primary Care Commissioning Committee meeting, which will be held by the Dudley Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).


Dudley CCG Invites Public to attend Board Meeting 

2 Mar

Dudley Clinical Commissioning Group is holding its Board meeting next week and members of the public are invited to attend.


Public Invited to Dudley CCG’s Primary Care Commissioning Committee Meeting 

10 Feb

Members of the public are invited to attend the upcoming Primary Care Commissioning Committee meeting, which will be held by the Dudley Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).


GPs in Dudley are Offering Extended Opening Hours 

8 Feb

GPs in Dudley have come together to offer patients extended access to GP appointments during the winter months.


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Westminster »

Cycling: Capital Investment | Department for Transport | Written Answers 

21 Jul

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what progress his Department has made on preparing the Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy for England.


Islamic State: Christianity | Foreign and Commonwealth Office | Written Answers 

20 Jul

To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, what steps he is taking to protect Christians from persecution by Islamic State.


Iraq: Islamic State | Foreign and Commonwealth Office | Written Answers 

20 Jul

To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, what discussions he has had with his international counterparts on reports that Islamic State has taken over the city of Quaragosh in Iraq; and if he will make a statement...


Recorders | Ministry of Justice | Written Answers 

16 Jul

To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, what estimate he has made of the number of part-time fee-earning recorders who worked in courts in each of the last five years.


Iran: Nuclear Deal | Oral Answers to Questions – Prime Minister | Commons debates 

15 Jul

The Foreign Secretary has kept his promise not to do a bad deal, but only because he has done an absolutely terrible one.


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LocalGov blogs »
  • Brexit will overburden civil service, warns spending watchdog
    24 Mar 17
    National Audit Office says service is already struggling with about a third of staff roles in two key departments remaining unfilled Britain’s departure from the EU will put extra strain on a civil service already struggling to cope with a…
  • Response to NAO Report: Capability in the Civil Service
    23 Mar 17
    Responding to today’s National Audit Office (NAO) report on  Capability in the Civil Service , Deputy Director of the Institute for Government Julian McCrae, said:
  • New developments are strong, resilient communities – not just a collection of buildings
    23 Mar 17
    At Essex County Council we are passionate about making a positive contribution to the lives of Essex residents and businesses. It is what we exist for. The qualities of the places around us play an important role in our lives. The NLGN Building…
  • Building Homes, Growing Communities
    23 Mar 17
    To help councils build the hundreds of thousands of new homes that are needed, NLGN has published a practical guide, Building Homes, Growing Communities, to help ensure that the houses built lead to high quality communities that prioritise…
  • In Liverpool, 20 Tory cuts have brought a city and its people to breaking point | Frances Ryan
    23 Mar 17
    Adding up the impact of slashed benefits and a 58% reduction in central funding, the council says it’s England’s poorest wards that are being hit again and again In Liverpool, austerity is visible : boarded-up libraries, closed-down day centres…
  • Collaboration – the way forward to deliver Tomorrow’s Places
    22 Mar 17
    Local government faces a funding gap of £5.8 billion by 2019/20. At the launch of NLGN’s latest research report Tomorrow’s Places , Theo Blackwell, Councillor at LB Camden, stated “Technology will help us balance the books if we do it in the…
  • G-Cloud 9: apply to supply your cloud services
    22 Mar 17
    G-Cloud 9 (G9) opened for applications on 7 March 2017. You can now apply to offer your cloud technology and support services to government through the G9 framework. If your application is successful, we expect your G9 services to be …
  • Industrial strategy risks leaving millions stifled and stuck | Liam Booth-Smith
    22 Mar 17
    It’s time to support the 36 million people who don’t live in big metropolises. The industrial strategy needs to be locally led by towns and small cities All towns and cities in England should be asking; what does the government’s industrial…
  • Clear writing training helps the whole organisation
    21 Mar 17
    How GDS worked with Public Health England to train their staff in writing effectively.
  • Angling to meet user needs at Defra
    21 Mar 17
    Defra’s new online fishing rod licence service recently moved from private to public beta. Head of Digital at Defra, Sally Meecham, explains why it’s so simple, a child can use it.
  • Parks: celebrating their true value
    21 Mar 17
    How important can parks be in the general order of things? asks Janet Sillett. When social care is under huge pressure and council budgets are squeezed everywhere? Parks? Nice for Spring bulbs maybe or a quick stroll with the dog; a kickabout…
  • Councils must embrace smart technology today to plan for the problems of tomorrow
    20 Mar 17
    Councils must become more creative in their use of technology and more collaborative with both their citizens and other organisations, in order to plan for future problems, according to a report published today by NLGN. The report Tomorrow…
  • New report lays bare the challenge of Brexit law-making
    20 Mar 17
    Up to 15 new bills in addition to the Great Repeal Bill could be required to deliver Brexit, finds new research by the Institute for Government (IfG). The report Legislating Brexit warns that Brexit will place a huge burden on both Parliament…






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