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    Petition calls for Council to ‘Stand Up For “Stirchley’

    On the 22nd December 2016, Birmingham City Council approved a planning application from Lidl to build a brand new store on the Stirchley site of Fitness First and PSL Bowling

    Written by Emily Youlton on 17th January 2017


    Birmingham Cycle Revolution In Gear For 2018 Commuter ‘Highway’

    News’ Erin Santillo reports on the £12.4 million cycle route that will connect UoB to the city centre and beyond

    Written by Erin Santillo on 30th December 2016


    Crime Wave Grips Selly Oak

    Women in Selly Oak have been advised not to walk home alone after a string of indecent exposure attacks have taken place in the area

    Written by Grace Duncan on 5th December 2016


    Selly Oak Residents Fight ‘Cowboy’ Landlords

    News' Kris Burnett reports on why Selly Oak residents are angry that their streets are being changed for student housing

    Written by Kris Burnett on 25th November 2016


    ‘Selly Sausage’ Up For Sale

    The Selly Sausage was founded 24 years ago by University of Birmingham graduates, and has since been a popular destination and hangover cure for the university’s students.

    Written by Grace Duncan on 18th March 2016


    Student Accommodation Plans in Selly Oak Approved

    Council members vote in favour of Victorian Mansion to be renovated into student accommodation, despite opposing campaign from residents.

    Written by Jenny Hughes on 5th February 2016


    Selly Oak Muggings

    A series of muggings have been reported in Selly Oak; leaving students scared in their place of residence.

    Written by Sophie Dober on 2nd February 2016


    Investigation: Crime Along The Canals

    After reports of violent bike thefts along the canals in Birmingham, Redbrick decided to investigate patterns of crime along the canal towpaths local to students.

    Written by Emily Young & Sabrina Dougall on 22nd October 2015


    Police appeal for witnesses of Selly Oak sexual assault

    The police appeal comes after the attack of a 19-year-old student in Selly Oak in the early hours of February 20th.

    Written by James Phillips on 20th May 2015


    Redbrick Housing Survey: 70% have hot water issues

    Redbrick launched the 2015 Housing Survey to find out how students have been living this year and the results are in.

    Written by Sabrina Dougall on 4th May 2015


    Selly Oak sees fall in reported crime

    The amount of reported crime in Selly Oak has decreased, whilst crime taking place on the University campus or the Vale has increased.

    Written by James Phillips on 2nd April 2015


    Rooster House to accept Meal Plan

    Popular Selly Oak Chicken shop to accept Meal Plan, the University Halls food credit scheme, from Term 3.

    Written by Redbrick on 1st April 2015
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