At the Councils Budget setting meeting on 1 March we approved not only the budget for 2018/19 but also the Medium Term Financial Plan (MTFS) for the next three years. It is posted here: Summarised-Medium-Term-Financial-Strategy-2018-19 . It is a very readable document for those interested in where we get our money from and how we spend … More Medium Term Financial Strategy
Above are a few videos I took of flood water taken mostly on Easter Monday, 3 April 2019, whilst below is a montage of images taken the same days. They show areas of Cheswick Green and Dickens Heath. If you select each image it will give more information but for brevity: The Cheswick Green ones were … More Flooding Issues in Ward
The dust seems to be settling on this issue, which I feel has been a bit of communications foul-up. I fully appreciate that some matters need to be kept in check until decisions are able to be made in public but once the media got hold of the story, and the announcement that Solihull Police … More Solihull Police Station
This message may be relevant to some residents: The council is aware that since 2015 we have had an issue with some of our brown recycling bins splitting. This is not due to any mishandling by the crews but due to a manufacturing defect. The manufacturer is aware of the problem and as the bins … More Problem with your Brown Bin in Solihull?
This is being held at The Renewal Centre, Lode Lane, Solihull tomorrow, between 3pm and 7.30pm. Full details can be found via the council webpage dedicated to the event: http://www.solihull.gov.uk/events/ArtMID/1496/ArticleID/1966/Solihull-Apprenticeship-Show-2018 . There will be many local and national employers present including, Jaguar Land Rover, Graham Facilities Management, Balfour Beatty, IBM, Army, Hilton, JCB, Rolls Royce, … More Solihull Apprenticeship Show 2018
A great report from Birmingham Mail on their new ‘Birmingham Live’ website covering the issue of inconsiderate parking outside Monkspath Junior and Infants School, Monkspath. The link to the Birmingham Mail report can be found here: https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/drivers-cause-chaos-outside-school-14238524 Readers may remember a previous post relating to this issue a week or so back.
A Christingle Service is being held in St. Patrick’s Church this Sunday, 4 February at 10am. The service is held in order to celebrate Candlemass and there will be having a retiring collection in order to support the work of the Children’s Society. There is local parking and refreshments served after this family service. Please see poster for … More Christingle Service at St Patrick’s Church, Salter Street