the plan / birmingham development plan The strategy To meet Birmingham’s future needs and achieve the vision of an enterprising, innovative, prosperous and green city we will need to provide for significant new growth in the most sustainable way, ensuring that the development of new homes is matched by the provision of opportunitiesFile Size: 3MB. In October the City of Birmingham’s Strategic Plan, The Woodfin Way, was published presenting a clear path forward for the City. Since this publication, the Woodfin Administration has been working diligently to ensure there are transparency and communication efforts around each strategic initiative. The Birmingham Development Plan has a central role in how we address these challenges. It sets out a framework that will guide future development across the City. The City of Birmingham’s Community Development Department is preparing for its Program Year application cycle and Public Hearing for its Consolidated Plan’s First Year Action Plan in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD’s) formula programs: Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME .
Arlington House Cotton Avenue, Southwest Birmingham, Alabama Phone: Birmingham City Council 20th Street North Birmingham, Alabama () Birmingham Crossplex Bessemer Road Birmingham Alabama Birmingham Museum of Art Rev. Abraham Woods, Jr. Blvd Birmingham, AL . In October , the City of Birmingham’s Planning Commission adopted the first Comprehensive Plan for the City in more than 50 years. One of the recommended items from the Comprehensive Plan was the need to create community-based plans – also called Framework Plans. The Birmingham Plan: A Citywide Master Plan for project is an initiative of the City of Birmingham, Michigan, with assistance by DPZ, McKenna, Gibbs Planning Group, and Jacobs Engineering. For more information, please contact the City of Birmingham Planning Department at Martin Street, Birmingham, MI or () Unitary Development Plan. Approved planning policies. Local strategies and policies. Aston Regional Investment Site compulsory purchase order. Balsall Heath neighbourhood development plan. Beeches, Booths and Barr (3Bs) Neighbourhood Development Plan. Bordesley Park area action plan. Brickfield Road Tyseley Compulsory Purchase Order.