Service Birmingham

Our joint venture company jointly owned with Birmingham City Council. Service Birmingham provides all of Birmingham City Council’s information technology,  as well as running the council tax and business rates administration service.

We are a joint venture (JV) company jointly owned by Birmingham City Council and Capita which provides all the Council’s information technology, as well as running the council tax and business rates administration service.

We work in partnership with Birmingham City Council to deliver innovative solutions that have improved local services.

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a cornerstone of our business, which is why we have invested nearly £2.5m into community projects across Birmingham.

Our successful Link2ICT division supplies technology to schools and educational establishments in Birmingham and across the country.

Ten years of corporate social responsibility at Service Birmingham

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We work with schools, businesses and community organisations. CSR is an integral part of our approach and expresses our company’s values to the community we serve here in Birmingham.

Tony Lubman, CEO, Service Birmingham

Entrust: Inspiring futures through outcomes-focussed partnerships

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The Council and Capita have created a joint venture brimming with innovative ideas and practical solutions and, two and a half years on, there are real results and positive feedback from both schools and parents. At a time when school budgets are in the spotlight, Entrust is a ground-breaking move that is making a true difference to children and young people – and delivering long-term economic and financial benefits.

John Tradewell, Director of Democracy, Law and Transformation, Staffordshire County Council

Volunteering at Birchfield Library Birmingham

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’Service Birmingham make a vital contribution to the operation of community libraries by providing the hardware and on-going support to enable libraries to offer free internet access to residents as well as to manage the book stock

Richard Davies, Head of Service for Birmingham Community Libraries