Sutton Four Oaks (ward)
|Sutton Four Oaks|
|Sutton Four Oaks shown within the West Midlands|
|• Density||16.7 per ha|
|OS grid reference|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Post town||SUTTON COLDFIELD|
|EU Parliament||West Midlands|
Sutton Four Oaks is one of the four wards that make up the Parliamentary Constituency and council constituency of Sutton Coldfield. The ward lies to the north of Sutton Coldfield town centre and covers Hill Hook, Hill Wood, Roughley, Doe Bank, Ley Hill, Four Oaks, Four Oaks Park and Mere Green. Mere Green is the main shopping area for the ward and also has the ward's only library.
It covers an area of 19.61 square kilometres (7.57 sq mi).
According to the 2001 Population Census there were 21,690 people living in 9,274 households in Sutton Four Oaks. 4.9% (1,068) of the ward's population consisted of ethnic minorities compared to 29.6% for Birmingham in general. The population had increased to 24,205 at the 2011 Census.
The three councillors representing Sutton Four Oaks on Birmingham City Council are Maureen Cornish, Meirion Jenkins and Anne Underwood, all of the Conservative Party. Sutton Four Oaks also has six Town Councillors of Sutton Coldfield Town Council, (first elected in 2016), who are David Allan, Clare Horrocks, Owen Jenkins, Christopher Ives, Jane Mosson and Simon Ward, all of the Conservative Party.
Sutton Four Oaks has adopted a Ward Support Officer.