Dear Birmingham City Council,
As a member of a private Facebook Group of 450 members called Park Central Community and on behalf of these members due to extreme disturbance experienced on 29th and 30th of May 2020 before and after dusk making hundreds of Leaseholder flats in 13 Blocks unliveable, I would like to know:
What activities in the park are permitted and when (opening hours)? Motorised vehicles (other than mobility scooters), e-scooters, drones, amplified sound, barbeques, larger than a family unit, organised events?
The Sunset and Moonlit Park Construction Cost (Sunset Park water feature was decommissioned some years ago)?
What was the approved design for the Sunset and Moonlit Park (hedges at the perimeter fences included)?
What Planning Gain Monies were used for the Construction of the Sunset and Moonlit Parks? And is there funding that was set aside for future maintenance such as to a City Wide Parks Capital Fund? Is their any income from non Birmingham City Council and Other Council land parcels within the Sunset and Moonlit Parks? Or income from the use of the facilities (including organised events)?
The Sunset and Moonlit Park Annual Budgets and Actual Spend for all years from new? What is the Sunset and Moonlit Park Budget for 2020-21?
What has been the Council's total Parks Budget for each year from new? And the tax year preceding the completion of the Sunset and Moonlit Park? And what pro rata percentage of this budget has been allocated to the Sunset and Moonlit Park for each of these years since completion?
Member of a private Facebook group Park Central Community
(also Secretary of www.parkcentralra.co.uk I will seek permission to submit this via PCRA as well.)
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