As a result of recent flooding in some areas of Cheswick Green, residents are invited to attend a presentation on Wednesday 22nd August 2018 at 10.30am where representatives from Solihull Council will be present to discuss any concerns.
A BIG Thank You to everyone who helped setup and clear away Party in the Park. Lots of new faces which was just brilliant. All left ‘spick and span’ after this mornings litter pick. Thank you all. This could not be done everywhere. Cheswick Green and our new neighbours at Cheswick Place – What a Community we are.
See more photos in our Gallery
And in the morning our young helpers do a fantastic job keeping Cheswick Green clean.
In response to letters from Greg Alport and also the parish council, regarding recent accidents at the junction at Creynolds Lane with Vicarage Road the Residents Association has been informed that work to improve the junction is due to take place next week, commencing 11 June. It is hoped that the scheme will help prevent more accidents in the future. In addition, instructions for the shrubbery on the boundary of the cricket club to be cut back further which should improve motorists sight lines at the junction.
Parts of the West Midlands experienced more than a month’s rainfall in one hour on Sunday 27th May, leaving vehicles swamped by flood water up to 1.5 metres (5ft) deep. The flooding closed roads across the region. West Midlands fire service said it had dealt with more than 1,000 calls in just a few hours as the rain fell on Sunday. Drains struggled to cope in parts of Coppice Walk, Cheswick Way and Creynolds Lane and the River Blythe at Cheswick Green reached a level of 1.675m. If you were affected please comment.
Crest Nicholson are the second developer to apply to build homes at Blythe Valley Park. They proposal to build 125 new homes including apartments, and three and four bedroom properties. Bloor Homes has already signed up to deliver the first phase of 170 homes.
Planning Application Ref: PL/2018/01163/PPRM
IM Properties has signed up Bloor Homes to deliver 170 new homes on its site at Blythe Valley Park. A reserved matters application will now be submitted detailing plans for the development, which represents the first phase of 750 homes granted outline consent in 2017. IMP and Bloor Homes have worked closely with Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council in preparing their detailed plans for the proposed development.
More Details (Adobe PDF 5.52Mb)