Following on from last weeks post, following claims by LibDem Cllrs Elmdon and Lyndon wards are assed by whilst other wards get the good stuff. This is a synopsis of some of the investment via the localities budget in these wards in the past two years. * Repaired damaged railings in Richmond Road* Repair and … More Investment in Elmdon and Lyndon (continued)
Some excellent work by Kingshurst and Fordbridge Cllr David Cole and Solihull Highway officers. In response to a recent petition submitted to council by Cllr Coles on behalf of residents of Cooks Lane, Solihull Council has now installed additional information signage to promote better compliance with the existing HGV restrictions and address residents’ safety concerns. … More New HGV signage in Kingshurst and Fordbridge to address safety concerns
I am so disappointed in claims by LibDem Lyndon and Elmdon ward councillors that their wards are being forgotten or left till last for investment and claiming other wards are prioritised. This is so far from the truth and I expect far better from them. As well as the comments in the petition (which has … More INVESTMENT IN ELMDON AND LYNDON WARDS, SOLIHULL (1)
The Council has received a letter from the independent Inspectors outlining their initial views on Solihull’s new Local Plan following the examination hearings that took place from September 2021 to February 2022. The Inspectors have concluded that the Council has complied with the duty to co-operate in the preparation of the Local Plan, but they … More Local Development Plan – Update
This report relates mainly to Solihull and is the basis of the annual report from our Director of Public Health. The report is detailed and covers the time lines of the early warnings to the present situation. What is very important though is the wider impact and these are covered from page 58. How we … More COUNTING THE COST OF COVID
Mixed Recycling Materials are sorted into the separate material fractions via an automated process at a Materials Recycling Facility. The separate materials are then baled and sold on the open market for manufacture into new products across the world. Any material that is not suitable for recycling is used to manufacture Solid Recovered Fuel (SDF) … More What happens to the recycling and waste collected at Bickenhill?
Followers may be interested to know where our household waste and recycling goes from Solihull. WE are committed to responsible waste and recycling outcomes. Mixed Recycling Materials are sorted into the separate material fractions via an automated process at a Materials Recycling Facility. The separate materials are then baled and sold on the open market … More Household Waste and Recycling Destinations
The next phase of works is taking place at Brueton Park LNR as part of the River Blythe Enhancement Project. These works will take place for approximately four weeks starting week commencing Monday 31 January – weather and contractors’ schedule permitting. This phase of works involves soft marginal bank creation and the de-silting of Brueton … More BRUETON PARK LNR – River Blythe enhancement