The Oscott ward lies in Birmingham’s northern-west region in England, inside the previous district in Perry Barr. Oscott mainly lies as an estate for housing that saw constructions in the early 1930s and late 1940s. Before this period, Oscott was mainly known as a rural farmland.
The Oscott ward gets represented at the council in Birmingham City by Dring Barbara from the Labour Party. As an organised plan, the Local Oscott Action Plan improved the living quality inside the ward. This happened between 2004 and early 2005. The funding source of the project was from the Fund of the Neighbourhood Renewal.
Following the 2001 conducted census, Oscott recorded about 24,073 residents living in its ward. Out of that recorded population, about 2,273 (roughly 9.4%) of this ward, Oscott, consisted of only ethnic minorities. However, in comparison to Birmingham’s ethnic minorities population of about 29.6%, it is low.
This ward, Oscott, centres on the known area “Old Oscott.” Oscott includes the previous sand quarry Booths Farm, Kingstanding circle, and the recreation ground at Aldridge Road Oscott border Walsall metropolitan borough and other areas such as Queslett and Perry Beeches. The closest library that serves this area is the Kingstanding library.
The ward, Oscott, is one area in the northern-west region in Birmingham of England. This town, Oscott, lies in the Western Midlands region of the country, England. This area has an OS grid reference number of SP100944. Oscott town, like any other ward in Birmingham, is under the sovereign government of the United Kingdom. Its postcode district is B44 and dialling code of 0121.
Oscott ward lies on an area called Old Oscott, which was initially Oscott. However, there is a nearby area called New Oscott and this area is in no way the same, as they are different. New Oscott got its name from the relocation of a Roman Catholic and college of St. Mary’s.
Starting from Oscott Social Club & Institute Ltd located at 239 Witton Lodge Rd, Birmingham B23 5LX, United Kingdom head northeast via Witton Lodge Rd and Court Ln to Boldmere Junior School located at Cofield Rd, Sutton Coldfield B73 5SD, United Kingdom
From Boldmere Junior School head northwest via Antrobus Rd to Ms Mary’s Cakes located at Maxstoke Rd, Sutton Coldfield B73 5DR, United Kingdom
From Ms Mary’s Cakes head south via Haselor Rd and Chester Rd/A452 to New Oscott Village located at Fosseway Dr, Chester Rd, New Oscott, Birmingham, Sutton Coldfield B23 5LD, United Kingdom
From New Oscott Village head west via Chester Rd/A452 and College Rd/A453 to McDonald’s New Oscott located at College Rd, New Oscott, Birmingham B44 0AA, United Kingdom
From McDonald’s New Oscott head southeast via Hurstwood Rd and Maxted Rd to Oscott Social Club & Institute Ltd located at 239 Witton Lodge Rd, Birmingham B23 5LX, United Kingdom