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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 »

Illegal parking, 24th July 

24 Jul

There is a tiny sign that tells people not to park on the single white line betwern 7-7.


Weeds and litter, 24th July 

24 Jul

Weeds that have bern freely growing since shop closed.


Left car, 24th July 

24 Jul

There's a silver Renault in the corner of the car park which was dropped off by a tow truck so it's not road worthy and the people who own it do not live in the area registration is ds06dao there is also a Nissan micra silver that has...


Please cut bushes, 21st July 

21 Jul

Can the council please cut the trees and shrubs in this area.


Glass, 20th July 

20 Jul

Reported this glass on clayton park coseley last week still there near a child play area Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 18 Old Meeting Road, Wallbrook Report on FixMyStreet...


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Freedom of information requests »

Waste and recycling collection dates 

21 Jul

Follow up sent to Dudley Council by Matt Kane on 21 July 2017 .


Print 

19 Jul

Response by Dudley Council to R Malhotra on 19 July 2017 .


Waste and recycling collection dates 

19 Jul

Response by Dudley Council to Matt Kane on 19 July 2017 .


Tree Preservation Orders Digital Format 

18 Jul

Response by Dudley Council to Mr Wilde on 18 July 2017 .


Tree Preservation Orders Digital Format 

18 Jul

Follow up sent to Dudley Council by Mr Wilde on 18 July 2017 .


Mail volumes 

18 Jul

Response by Dudley Council to Andrew Smith on 18 July 2017 .


Foster care allowances and payments 

18 Jul

Response by Dudley Council to Robert Cann on 18 July 2017 .


Foster care allowances and payments 

18 Jul

Request sent to Dudley Council by Robert Cann on 18 July 2017 .


Social Work Leadership and Diversity on senior management board 

16 Jul

Clarification sent to Dudley Council by Mark Harvey on 16 July 2017 .


HMO register 

14 Jul

Response by Dudley Council to Gloria hughes on 14 July 2017 .


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NHS »

Outstanding for 3rd Year Running 

21 Jul

Dudley CCG is one of only 4 CCG’s in the country to maintain the Outstanding rating for the last 2 years in the annual assessment from NHS England.


Changes to Prescribing Medicines in Dudley 

18 Jul

Dudley CCG is making some changes to the prescribing of medicines that can be bought over the counter for common, short term illnesses or that have no clear health benefit for patients.


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

14 Jul

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 

10 Jul

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


Dudley CCG Annual General Meeting 

19 Jun

Members of the public are invited to learn more about our year by attending Dudley CCG’s Annual General Meeting (AGM).


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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 »
  • The NHS and social care must stop bickering over funding | Niall Dickson
    24 Jul 17
    With both parts of the system under pressure, blaming each other will do nothing to help those who rely on services Niall Dickson is chief executive of the NHS Confederation A comprehensive settlement for funding social care remains elusive…
  • The UK ignores China's trillion-dollar Belt and Road plan at its peril | Colin Cram
    24 Jul 17
    Post-Brexit, the UK will need to look east. So why does its transport investment strategy ignore the world’s greatest infrastructure programme? The UK risks being marginalised after Brexit if it does not revitalise its infrastructure to engage…
  • A driving conviction stopped me from becoming a barrister
    22 Jul 17
    The Crown Prosecution Service signed up to give everyone a fair chance to apply for jobs, including those with criminal records – but it has a long way to go I thought that I was attending a party for my sister, but my mother and wife had …
  • Bradford Policy Café
    21 Jul 17
    At the end of June, we gathered together officers from member councils in West Yorkshire to attend our inaugural Policy Café, as Charlotte Maddix explains.
  • Building capability and community through the Government Data Science Partnership
    20 Jul 17
    Across government, departments are beginning to realise not only the value of the data they hold, but also how they can use data science to make more effective, data-informed decisions.
  • A seat at the table?
    19 Jul 17
    Where is the voice of local government in the Brexit debate? Asks Janet Sillett. You’d have to look pretty hard to find it.
  • A Changemaking Vision for Local Government
    18 Jul 17
    At a time of intense financial pressures and when central government’s mind is on other things, many are asking themselves where local government goes next. In a think-piece launching NLGN’s new vision, Adam Lent and Jessica Studdert call …
  • How can Britain rebuild its civil society?
    18 Jul 17
    “How can we continue to secure the dignity, wellbeing and happiness of people after nearly a decade of cuts?” pondered the Chief Executive of one London council at a dialogue session for our latest research. Cuts demand councils deliver better…
  • Taking care of business on GOV.UK
    18 Jul 17
    People don’t care about our internal processes. They just want to ‘do the thing’ – set up their limited company or register for self-assessment. Here’s how we helped them do that.
  • Viewpoint: Achieving a nuanced discussion is key to public engagement
    17 Jul 17
    Finding a way to engage local communities in a debate that allows for both nuance and transparency is key to getting people to engage with complex local issues and decisions, writes David Janner-Klausner.






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