There is an In Memoriam Service being held at St Patrick’s Church, Salter Street, Cheswick Green at 4pm Sunday 2 July. This is a very moving service and it is for anyone who has lost a loved one, no matter how long ago, to have a chance to light a candle and to remember those … More ST PATRICK’S CHURCH, SALTER STREET – In Memoriam Service
On Tuesday I and fellow ward councillor Alex Insley attended Monkspath J&I School where IM Properties held a drop-in consultation event regarding their proposals for the development of new business units on the Fore Business Park, off Stratford Road, Monkspath (behind Tesco/Notcutts). There are two existing offices on the business park and there already exists planning … More FORE BUSINESS PARK – Investment proposals
Planning Application – PL/2017/01205/PPRM relates to the: ‘Erection of five warehouse buildings (Use Class B2/B8 with ancillary B1) with associated internal access roads, car parking, substations, service yards, landscaping and all other details required by Condition 3 relating to the reserved matters of layout, scale, appearance and landscaping as well as part-discharge of conditions 11, … More Blythe Valley Park – investment in Solihull
I have been notified by West Midlands Police of reports about bogus callers and they have sent useful advice which we could all refresh ourselves with. It is also important we share this advice with our elderly or vulnerable friends and relatives. Five Tips For Doorstep Safety Lock all outer doors before going to the … More BOGUS CALLERS – Distraction Burglaries
At yesterday Full Council meeting we received a presentation from Dave Martin, Independent Chair of Solihull Safeguarding Adults Board (SSAB) and Sue Walton – SSAB Business Manager. The purpose of the presentation was to present Solihull Safeguarding Adults Board’s: 2015-16 Annual Report. Adult Safeguarding 2015-16 Draft Annual Report viewable on line only Executive Summary in an … More ADULT SAFEGUARDING – SOLIHULL
Please find here the link to the Spring 2017 edition of this useful magazine: H&S_spring_2017 This edition has information about baby Boxes, Parkinson’s, Cardiac study and much more.
An extremely pleasing result for residents of Tidbury Green, especially those living on Rumbush Lane and Norton Lane. This issue revolves around the use of former farm buildings in Rumbush Lane, Tidbury Green where previously permission had been given for some buildings to be converted into holiday accommodation and some light industrial/office use. However, Furey’s … More Appeal re HGV’s on Rumbush Farm dismissed