Birmingham City Council is set to pay more than £218 million ($282 million/€240 million) for the 2022 Commonwealth Games due to host city costs.
Birmingham City Council's audit committee has given the Commonwealth Games Village project a red-risk rating.
A Member of Parliament for Birmingham has warned the city's council may not be able to provide promised funding for the Commonwealth Games in 2022 because of financial difficulties caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
A decision on whether to increase the budget for the proposed Athletes' Village being built for the 2022 Commonwealth Games or scale back the project is set to be discussed at a meeting of the City Council tomorrow.
Birmingham City Council are looking for the unsung heroes of the city to lead community-based projects ahead of the 2022 Commonwealth Games in a new project launched today.
Preparations for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games reached a major milestone today as proposals for the redevelopment of Alexander Stadium were approved by the City Council's Planning Committee.
Three-time Tour de France winner Greg LeMond has joined the call for a training venue to be built in the West Midlands as a legacy from the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games.
Birmingham City Council's programme director for the 2022 Commonwealth Games, Neil Carney, has announced he is to leave the organisation.