A college plan to shut off a street by day for the exclusive use of students has been slammed by councillors, according to a report in the Birmingham Post.
“University College Birmingham wants to close Holland Street during opening hours to ensure safety of students.
“Birmingham City Council’s planning committee was told that anyone wanting to use the road during college’s opening hours would need to be passed through by security. The measure is designed to protect students, some of who are as young as 14.”
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Would it not be less contentious for UCB just to include Green Cross Code classes on the curriculum?