An opportunity to find out more about the Bournville Village Council

The Bournville Village Council is so much more than just the official residents association for Bournville.
We are involved in organising or assisting most of the events that take place here in Bournville, such as the popular Bournville Village Festival each summer.

Perhaps you would like to help us. Why not come along to the Council's Annual Public Meeting being held on Sunday 21st January between 3pm-5pm at Dame Elizabeth Hall. Firbank Close, off Oak Tree Lane.

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BVT are seeking 2 resident representatives

The Estates Management and Scheme Committee (EMSC), which plays a vital role in maintaining and protecting open spaces across our estates in Birmingham, wishes to recruit two new resident representatives from the Bournville area.

Representatives on the Committee, which meets four times a year during office hours, carry out a number of important roles, including:

  • Giving feedback on policies

  • Considering issues relating to the management charge

  • Listening to appeals about applications for alterations to homes.

BVT are currently looking for two for the Bournville area. You must be aged over 18, live in a designated area and not be a BVT employee to be considered for the role.

To put yourself forward, please complete a nomination form which you can download by clicking here or collect one from the BVT head office 350 Bournville Lane, Rowheath Pavilion, Bournville Community Hub or St Francis Church & Centre.

To learn more about the role, download an explanatory word document by clicking here

To more fully understand the election process, download and read this BVT document by clicking here

Once you have completed the form, please send it to: Chair of Bournville Village Council, 28 Blackthorn Close, Bournville, B30 1SB or email it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by Friday 5th January.

Elections will be run by Bournville Village Council and held by secret ballot at their Annual Public Meeting on 21st January.


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