Parish Council and Arden Hall update

We have updated our risk assessments for re-opening our facilities at Arden Hall and the pavilion. The play equipment for the under-12’s has been assessed as safe for use. We will clean it from time to time but it is essential for parents and carers to take...

Now 3 Vacant Seats on the council – can you help?

There are three vacant seats on the Council due to a combination of members being unable to attend meetings and recent resignations. The vacancies are in each of the Bradford, Beechcroft and Whateley wards. If you would like to be considered for co-option, then please...

Applications open for Pavement Licensing

Solihull Council is now taking online applications for pavement licences from premises such as bars, restaurants and cafes – and applications can also be viewed online with the option to make a comment.   The new pavement licence process follows the passing of The...

“Let’s do the right thing for Solihull”

Message from Councillor Ian Courts, Leader of Solihull Council, 11 August 2020 Several things to mention this time, but first the Covid-19 update.  Our centres are busier and people have been making the most of the “Eat Out to Help Out” scheme. Most people are wearing...

M6: J4 – J5 technology repairs and resurfacing

Highways England have issued notification they are to carry out improvement road works to northbound M6 between junctions 4 and 5 between 17th August and 4th September 2020. The northbound M6 motorway and the link roads between M6 and M42 northbound will be closed for...

No room for complacency

West Midlands councils today warned there is no room for complacency as public health teams continue their efforts to prevent further COVID-19 lockdowns across the region. The number of cases per 100,000 population for the seven metropolitan authorities dropped from...

Proposed parking restrictions in Castle Bromwich

The Highways Authority, Solihull Council, has consulted the Parish Council on proposals to impose parking restrictions. At their meeting on 29th July the Parish Council agreed to submit an objection to the proposals to install double yellow lines at the junction of...

Message from Solihull Council’s leader

The main message still remains: stay alert, control the virus, save lives – and keep social distancing! One new symbol of Covid-19 will feature prominently from tomorrow – we must wear face coverings in shops and supermarkets. We are also strongly encouraged to...