Shirley Golf Club -
Application for 57 Houses
You may have received a letter from SMBC Planning
department about Shirley Golf course and amended plans
for a "Golf Academy with specialism for disabled
golf with enabling development comprising up to 57
Exactly what has been amended is very difficult to see
as it is hard to find any plans for what really concerns
people living nearby. There are some nicely put together
plans for the golf side of things but NOTHING
for the 57 houses that would go with it.
Cheswick Green Residents Association has written to
Solihull Council objecting to this application. See
We were all deeply saddened at the news that Dr Janet
Leese has lost her battle against her illness and passed
away on 30th January 2014. She will be very much missed
by the many residents of Cheswick Green and our thoughts
and prayers are with her family at this very sad time.
The funeral was held on Wednesday 19th February 2014
at Shirley Baptist Church at 2pm. Donations in memory of
Dr Leese can be sent to Thomas Bragg & Sons, 562
Stratford Road, Shirley, Solihull B90 4AY.
Plans to Build 220 New Houses at Cheswick Green
posted 30th January 2014
Good news for the many residents concerned about plans
to build an additional 220 houses on green fields around
At a meeting on 29th January Solihull Council Planning
Committee refused the application by Bloor Homes to
develop Mount Dairy Farm.
Cheswick Green Village
||Our Village Hall is
regularly used by local groups including Under
2's, Youth Club, Simone School Of Dance, Dog
Training, Craft Club, Brownies, WI and the Over
50's Exercise Class. It can also be hired for
private parties and other events. The booking
clerk can be contacted on 01564 703293 after 6pm
For more detailed hall information
Cheswick Green Residents Association
||The Residents Association
meets once a month in the Village Hall and aims
to look after the interests of residents of the
village. We also organise events including
'Party in the Park', Children's Christmas Party
and various Day Trips. You can see pictures of
some of these events in the
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