As the clean up following recent strike action continues, Birmingham City Council will begin a new temporary refuse collection schedule tomorrow (Monday 28th August), aiming to get everyone’s bins cleared once a fortnight.
The strike, which began at the end of June, has been suspended since 16th August. With Birmingham City Council last week deferring a final decision on whether a proposed downgrade of some Grade 3 roles would go ahead, the industrial action remains on hold.
The council will this week be aiming to collect from the following WARDS (NOTE: Ward may differ from postal address. Not sure? Check you ward here):
|Week from Mon 28/8|
If you live in one of the above wards, leave your household and recycling waste bins out for collection
In the week from 21st August, the council attempted to clear the following wards: Aston, Billesley, Bournville, Edgbaston, Erdington, Harborne, Longbridge, Nechells, Lozells & East, Handsworth, Oscott, Shard End, Sheldon, Sparkbrook, Stechford & Yardley North, South Yardley, Stockland Green, and Sutton Vesey.
If you live in one of the above wards and did not receive a collection, report a missed collection here