Moseley's Big Plan

moseleys-big-planLocal residents are joining with Birmingham City Council’s Planning Department to work out a new plan for Moseley. The last plan was drawn up 1992 and so needs to be updated. This is the first time residents have been allowed to lead on such a plan. The purpose of this new document is to help achieve the following:

  • Make Moseley a better place to live, work and play in
  • Ensure local resident’s ambitions are included
  • Let Developers, businesses and others understand local priorities
  • Tackle climate change

This is your chance to tell us about your ideas and views. We need your help in producing Moseley’s Big Plan.

Can you answer one (or as many as you like) of the 7 questions we have listed below. All of the responses we get will help shape the new plan for Moseley.


  1. How can we the village centre better?
  2. How could do we attract more local jobs?
  3. How could we make it easier to get to work, school and the shops?
  4. What should we do to protect improve our historic buildings and parks?
  5. How we can provide more things to do for young and older people?
  6. In the future, what types of homes will be needed?
  7. How can we make Moseley a greener place to live?

Do you have any other suggestions that will help make Moseley a better place?

Send us your answers and to find our more go to

Also, you can pick information and leave comments about Moseley’s Big Plan in some local shops, the Moseley Exchange (behind Moseley Post Office) and Kings Heath Library. Look out for the BIG PLAN mailboxes and postcards.

  • Come and meet us on Market days on Saturday, 27th and February, 27th March.
  • Come along to a workshop to learn more about Moseley’s BIG plan and issues facing Moseley in the future.

Public events with WM Planning Aid:

  • 22nd March 2010, 7pm at the Moseley Exchange (149 Alcester Road, B13 8JP)
  • 30th March 2010, 7pm at the Moseley Exchange

Moseley’s Big Plan is an initiative from the Moseley Regeneration Group. This group is made up representatives from local community groups such as Moseley Forum, Moseley Society, Moseley in Bloom and Moseley Business Association