Category Archives: Tidbury Green
Mayoral year has ended so now I have the time to devote to this blog; I was really surprised how much Mayoral duties and social media for that role took over. Anyway, I’m back!
Please find attached a pdf of my submission to Tudor Grange School regarding its consultation about admission arrangements. I submitted the representation on Thursday via email and have received an email acknowledging its receipt.
I do believe all schools in Solihull must agree, within its family of schools, an admissions code that is fair to all schools and residents.
Please find attached the Neighbourhood Reports for the Autumn and Winter period of 2012. There was a wealth of activity being undertaken in Blythe Ward and you will also see what is being done in neighbouring wards.
We really do have a fantastic neighbour team.
Please find attached the June report from our excellent Neighbourhood Team covering the whole of the Meriden Sector. There is again some outstanding work being done by Council, Police and partner teams, well done to all. Newsletter June 12
At the Annual meeting of Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council on 22 May 2012 I was elected Mayor of Solihull for the next 12 months. To state is a great honour is a wild under-statement and I am so excited about the year ahead. The first week has seen a mixed range of visits.
I am blogging purely about the Mayor on another WordPress blog site: http://solihullmayor.wordpress.com/ You can find out about the visits and view some images on that site.
I will continue to post information about Blythe Ward, the Council and others information on this site: I am still a ward councillor and will strive to fulfil both roles well.
Please find the MAY monthly report from our excellent Area 3 Neighbourhood Team, which includes Blythe ward and most of the Meriden Constituency. Again, some excellent work being done by the Council, Police and other partners. Newsletter May 12
Many residents in or near to Lowbrook Lane, Tidbury Green have received a leaflet from Gallagher Estates/Pegasus Planning Group informing them of a ‘public consultation’ relating to the development of land known as Lowbrook Farm, off Lowbrook Lane.
Pegagsus Planing Group are holding an exhibition at Tidbury reen Village Hall on Friday and Saturday (11 and 12 May. I have added here a scanned copy of the leaflet sent to some residents of Tidbury Green: IMG
NO formal planning application has been made to date but it can be reasonably expected that one will follow in due course. Having said that, the developers have a big obstacle to overcome because this site is not included in Solihull (Draft) Local Development Plan. I have attached a PDF file which relates to land in Tidbury Green that was discussed as part of the local plan but all sites were dismissed. The site in question is site number 16 in the report and reasons for excluding the site from the local plan are clearly explained. TidburyGreen
For those who are not too certain of the local area I have posted a few photographs:
Please find the latest report from Solihull’s excellent Council and Police Neighbourhood Team (Rural section). The report highlights some criminal activity and also some success in tackling metal thieves. The Neighbour teams are a great asset to the borough.Newsletter March 12
I am pleased to post the latest report (Jan 2012) from the Council’s excellent Area 3 Neighbourhood Team. As usual the report includes activities undertaken by the Council and Police teams for the whole area (not just Blythe Ward). Also included are some dates the Environmental Champions will be undertaking schemes in the ward. Please feel to contact me if you want to get involved. Newsletter Jan 12