Proactive communication about the project has been identified as a matter of urgency so Birmingham Open Spaces Forum (BOSF) can look at, develop and plan to test the proposals with as many people as possible. The Community Conversations are being led by BOSF, and we would welcome you joining us for these discussions.
The vision for the project shows the City’s understanding of the role of open spaces as so much more than the view that they are ‘nice to have’. Parks and green spaces also play a crucial role in helping to improve air quality and absorbing carbon emissions and the Naturally Birmingham project sits firmly within the City’s plan to become carbon neutral by 2030 – Route to Zero (R20).
Ways that you can join the conversations
- Complete the online survey to give them an idea of how people feel about the proposals.
- Join in online workshops to find out more information and discuss the proposals. They are hosting 10 virtual sessions to have a conversation with the public on our FPA plans. Please click on the link to register on a particular date, noting the registration cut off. A link in an email to the session(s) you have registered for.
Find out more here.