In Constituency

Steve McCabe MP has tabled a Parliamentary Question to the Government demanding answers on the universal free school meals policy for infants aged 5 to 7 years old.

Steve has expressed concerns about the fact that the Department for Education will not comment on reports that axing universal free school meals is under consideration, just a year after the policy was implemented by the coalition government.

On Friday 18 September, Steve McCabe MP opened Yardley Wood Primary School’s new facilities, a two year refurbishment project in the making.

Steve McCabe MP and student representatives from the University of Birmingham are calling for safe student accommodation in Selly Oak.

Steve McCabe MP has welcomed news that traffic calming measures will be put in place to tackle speeding on Gibbins Road in Selly Oak.

The Government is failing to honour its promise to ensure that local mental health spending increases across the country this year, new figures obtained by Labour reveal.

Data obtained by Labour show that Birmingham CrossCity Clinical Commissioning Group has decreased the proportion of their total budget to mental health compared with last year.

On Thursday 20 August, Steve McCabe MP joined local residents for group walking and tai chi sessions at Cotteridge Park, Birmingham.

Local restaurant, Dilshad has bagged a place in the Tiffin Cup 2015 Regional Final with an opportunity to win a place in the Grand Final depending on a mystery diner’s experience.

Selly Oak’s very own Dilshad restaurant has been nominated by Selly Oak MP, Steve McCabe in the annual MP’s Tiffin Cup competition.

Steve McCabe MP has spoken out against the sheer volume of building work taking place in Selly Oak after he witnessed a total of 20 skips on three roads.

Steve McCabe MP has objected to plans for yet more student accommodation in Selly Oak as there is already a surplus of this type of accommodation in his constituency. 

Steve has expressed serious concerns about plans to convert Beechenhurst House and erect four, three storey annex blocks to create student accommodation comprising of 55 bedrooms on Serpentine Road, which falls under a conservation area.

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