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<h2><a href="">Council CEO to leave: the story behind the story<a href='' class='comments-small'>(1)</a></a></h2>On Saturday night, we broke the story that Mark Rogers, chief executive of Birmingham city council since early 2014, would be leaving the Council this week. Chamberlain Files editor Kevin <h2><a href="">It&#8217;s official: Mark Rogers confirmed as &#8216;moving on&#8217; from the Council<a href='' class='comments-small'>(0)</a></a></h2>The Chief Executive of Birmingham City Council, Mark Rogers, has announced that he will be moving on from the role.

The news follows the story exclusively revealed last night by Chamberlain <h2><a href="">Mark Rogers to leave Birmingham city council<a href='' class='comments-small'>(0)</a></a></h2>Mark Rogers, chief executive of Birmingham city council since early in 2014, will leave the local authority this week, Chamberlain Files understands.

Continuing issues with the council's budget and financial management, <h2><a href="">Turn on all the taps, but non-statutory approach to regional planning is missed opportunity<a href='' class='comments-small'>(0)</a></a></h2>The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) Board will consider the final report of its Land Commission at its meeting today. The proposal for only a non-statutory framework for regional spatial planning <h2><a href="">Birmingham’s ‘literacy crisis,’ although none measured in making of report<a href='' class='comments-small'>(0)</a></a></h2>It’s hard to tell if last week was an exceptional one for crises, because there are ‘CRISIS!’ headlines nowadays for almost anything that temporarily falls short of our media-stoked expectations,


Booming Birmingham – all on the rise?

Booming Birmingham – all on the rise?

The ‘Booming Brum’ mantra was given a boost yesterday with news of more cranes and tourists, but economic and social challenges await the region's first Mayor, writes Hannah Green.  Chamberlain Files recently reported

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