WE ASK ALL RESIDENTS TO REGISTER AN OBJECTION TO THE ABOVE PROPOSAL
From previous communications, you will be aware that Solihull Council (SMBC) is proposing to progressively double the volume of pupils attending Cheswick Green Primary School. The additional capacity is designed primarily to accommodate children from the Blythe Valley Park (BVP) housing development. Read More
Following a spate of accidents, local resident Brett Hopkins and the Residents Association have been liaising with with Solihull Council to secure safety improvements at the above junction.
We are pleased to inform residents that a budget has now been provisioned and a suitable scheme approved. Read More….
Residents may be aware that on 9th November 2020, Solihull Council announced a 6 week period of consultation with regard to increasing the capacity at Cheswick Green Primary School (CGPS), from 210 to 420 places. The additional capacity is designed to accommodate children from the Mount Dairy Farm and Blythe Valley Park housing developments….. READ MORE
A5 – Solihull, Station Approach (A), Streetsbrook Road, Sharmans Cross Road, Solihull Road, Stratford Road, Church Road, Bills Lane, Shakespeare Drive, Hathaway Road, Stretton Road, Tanworth Lane, Dickens Heath Road, U turn at Island with Rumbush Lane, Dickens Heath Road, Tanworth Lane, Watery Lane, Creynolds Lane, Cheswick Way, (the Saxon).
Returns via The Saxon, Cheswick Way, Creynolds Lane, Watery Lane and reverse of outward route to Streetsbrook Road, island, Lode Lane, Warwick Road, Poplar Road, Solihull, Station Road (SL), Solihull, Station Approach (A).
Compiled and researched by members of the South Shirley Community Group working with Solihull Council’s Historical Officer. The Document has also been forwarded to Warwickshire & English Heritage for recognition of the Blythe Valley updated history 2019.
Terry Hughes – South Shirley Community Group
Please see attached minutes for the July 2019 meeting of the Cheswick Green Residents Association.