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Work is due to start next month on a £3,016,000 refurbishment and modernisation of Birmingham’s three homeless centres.
The year-long project, first announced last year, includes the replacement of kitchens and bathrooms, floor tiles and carpets, and boilers.
Birmingham City Council press officer Debbie Harrison declined to name the three centres as Bournville, Nechells and Acocks Green, but assured The Pavement that alternative accommodation had been found for current hostel residents to live in.
We’ll keep you posted.