I have been dealing with an elderly resident of Tidbury Green who has been attending the doctors surgery at Hollyoaks Medical Centre, Wythall for over 60 years. This effectively means he is a resident of Solihull MBC and attends a surgery in Redditch and Bromsgrove area. Both are covered by different NHS. The issue arose … More NHS SERVICES – Tidbury Green area/cross border
Concern has been raised regarding Shelly Farm Community Centre, Monkspath. For those who do not know, it is situated off the main car park in Farmhouse Way, between the school grounds and Shelly Crescent. I can not remember how long the centre has been in existence but my wife, Jan, was on the first committee … More SHELLY FARM COMMUNITY CENTRE, Monkspath
An interesting application has been made to demolish 264 Creynolds Lane and replace it with three dwellings, with two bungalows in the back garden. Interesting in that back garden development, although prevalent several years ago, became subject of new planning legislation post 2010 to make it very difficult to get through. Planning application PL/2015/50173/ refers … More Creynolds Lane – planning application
An on-going issue since the aircraft hanger sized buildings have been developed. Readers can read more of previous posts via this link: https://cllrkenhawkins.co.uk/2014/06/04/planning-application-solihull-business-park/ (4 June 2014) and https://cllrkenhawkins.co.uk/2014/08/11/solihull-business-park-Monkspath/ (11 August 2014). These posts show the background to the development. I have left following things up for two reasons; one was because I wanted to see … More SOLIHULL BUSINESS PARK/HILLFIELDS LOCAL NATURE RESERVE
We near the time when lots of people will be saying what they will do for this and that and people I know have convinced me it is appropriate to evidence WHAT I ACTUALLY do, especially for school governing, and highlight how we all can do our bit. Candidates sometimes talk about being passionate about education. … More Being a School Governor and Volunteering
Following the formal consultation into the proposals for parking restrictions in Shelly Lane and Hay Lane, officers have collated responses and have reported to ward councillors as shown in the table below: Representation Officer Response General A letter was received from Monkspath School which detailed their recent plan to install an additional access onto Shelly … More SHELLY CRESCENT/HAY LANE – parking restrictions.
Following on from my post of 2 February last I can now report on the following: Together with many business owners on Main Street I organised a petition which read ‘ The facility for patrons to be able to park vehicles when visiting shops, restaurants, library, health services and other businesses in Dickens Heath is … More MAIN STREET CAR PARK, DICKENS HEATH