This week I presented two large petitions to the senior officer at Solihull Council leading the production of the boroughs Local Development Plan Review. The petitions were in respect of Allocations 4 and 12 (further information about these sites can be found via links shown below). Both petitions had the support of over 1000 people. What Happens Next? … More LOCAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN – PRESENTING PETITIONS
Planning application – PL/2019/00316/PPRM refers to: Reserved matters for Parcels J, K and M1: 169 dwellings (comprised of houses and apartments), internal estate roads, car parking, landscaping, SuDS and associated ancillary infrastructure. Parcels J, K And M1 Blythe Valley Park Blythe Gate Shirley Solihull. Link to various documents: PL-2019-00316-PPRM In short, this application follows on … More Latest development – BVP
Many will know of the floods that affected Solihull last May Bank Holiday, seriously affecting parts of Blythe Ward and Shirley. A report under Section 19 of the Flood and Water Management Act 2010 was commissioned and the report has been published today. The report itself can be found within the agenda for the Cabinet … More Solihull – Section 19 Flood Report
The draft Local Development Plan Review (LDP) has been published and the 80 page document can be read here: ldp draft . It also comes with two appendices, one which shows concept master plans: ldp appendix master plans , the other what is termed ‘Amber Sites’ which officers would like to know your views on: ldp appendix … More LDP (Review) – Cheswick Green
The junction was changed to create a ‘Right Turn’ from Creynolds Lane onto Stratford Rd (towards the M42). This is effectively a reinstatement of a right turn that was originally in place before the development of Monkspath/Hillfield and Tesco’s super store. The junction works came about because of the development on Blythe Valley Park (BVP) … More Stratford Rd/Creynolds Lane junction
I have posted below the findings, implications and recommendations from the Local Government Association ‘Green Paper’ for Adult Social care and Wellbeing. This issue is an important one for local councils. The document is well worth a read but you may wish to concentrate of the Recommendations, especially the Prioritised Recommendations on Pages 12, 13 and … More The Lives We Want To Lead
Below is a short but very informative video explaining the issues local councils face regarding Adult Social Care.