CMIS - Committee Management Information System

Welcome to the CMIS (Committee Management Information System) pages on the City Council's website. These pages give you access to agendas, minutes, reports and decisions of meetings, as well as information about other democratic bodies in Birmingham and the wider West Midlands that you may be interested in.

It is important that you are able to find out what's going on as well as having easy and quick access to the information.  The menu down the left side of this page allows you to navigate to areas within the database, for example to the Forward Plans - listed as the sixth item on the menu.

To receive updates on committee meetings please first Register, using this link.  You will be automatically logged into the website and should navigate via the left hand menu to "My Pages > My Subscriptions" to indicate items of interest.  Please note that you will need your login credentials created when registering, should you subsequently wish to return to 'My Subscriptions' to add or amend at a later date.

All historical data has been transferred over from 'Democracy in Birmingham' marked as 'Private' documents due to technical restrictions. All meetings can be viewed by date within the 'Meetings' tab on the left hand menu.  Should you wish to view a 'Public' document, please email: stating the Committee name, meeting date and document name.

Meetings of the City Council and its Committees held in public are broadcast live during the meetings on webcasts and can be viewed 'live' or watched afterwards from our archive. 

To access webcasts of Birmingham City Council meetings held from 17th April 2023 onwards please go to:

For meetings from July 2021 to March 2023 please go to:

For meetings from June 2020 to June 2021 please go to:

We welcome your views about 'CMIS' by emailing

The following bodies involve Birmingham City Council as a partner organisation:

Birmingham Health and Wellbeing Board
The Board is seen as a key way to bring together the planning and commissioning of Health and Social Care and to ensure that decisions taken are in the best interests of local residents. Since April 2013, the Board has been established as a Cabinet Committee under the Chairmanship of the Cabinet Member for Health and Social Care.

Information on the Board's membership and meetings is included on CMIS

West Midlands Police and Crime Panel
The West Midlands Police and Crime Panel has been established to hold the Police and Crime Commissioner to account and scrutinise their work. Visit its webpage at to find out more about the Panel's role, members and access meeting papers.