Please see the snapshot of a five page letter sent to Solihull Planners by Highways England. It is clear Highways England still have problems with the application near Junction 4 and they have asked that the council do not consider the application for another month from the date of the letter. I doubt very much … More Motorway Service Area – problems for applicant
Proposals for the village youth facility has moved forward with a decision made a Cabinet Member Decision session on 21 March to agree the draft Community Use Agreement : The report that was presented to Full Council the evening is shown here: What happens now is the matter will now go to the borough Planning … More Dickens Heath Youth Facility
I have received this message from Severn Trent about our water supply. Improving Solihull’s water supply – Update We wanted to provide a quick update on our progress with creating a new water supply source for Birmingham and Solihull. This new source will be used for short periods each year whilst we carry out repairs … More Solihull Water
Its obviously too late for Christmas but early in the New Year will do. Since the alteration of the service route a new main stopping point on Station Road, Solihull town centre was established. This main stop is the only main stop on Station Road that does not have shelter, as the photographs below show. … More Bus Shelter wanted.
Another detailed report from a Task and Finish Group within the LGA, examining the issue of Taxi and Private Hire vehicle licensing, especially looking how vulnerable people can be protected more. The John Worboy attacks are still very much in peoples minds, but there are more incidents reported and the need to ensure all taxi … More Taxi and Private Hire Vehicle Licensing
The application for a motorway service area near junction 4 of the M42 in Solihull is moving on at pace. The application, first submitted in 2016, was held in abeyance by Highways England, essentially because of proposals to create better links to the airport between junctions 5 and 6. Also held in abeyance was a … More Motorway Service Area
I see Albert and his wife regularly when walking near Elmbridge Drive and Shelly Crescent. What I didn’t know was Albert took part in a tragic (and secret) Operation Smash, in practice for D Day. He was guiding one of several tanks ashore in Studland Bay and was one of a few that survived the … More Albert Price – a Monkspath resident and a hero.