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Monthly Archives: April 2015
One of the problems with the row of shops being empty at the Hagley Road end of Bearwood, is the impact that has on the businesses of those traders who are trying to operate up there. One of these is … Continue reading
As we wait for the Planning Inspectorate to deliver their decision on the Thimblemill Rec site, this makes interesting reading…. Incredibly, the planning inspector attacked the council because it “relied unduly on the views of local people”. That must be … Continue reading
When we asked people about improvements on Bearwood Road last Autumn, one of the points that a number of people raised was the difficulty, particularly for the elderly, in getting across the road safely. Since the 'green man' was removed … Continue reading
The man from the Planning Inspectorate came along to Thimblemill Recreation Ground this morning to look at the site as part of the club's appeal against the council planning committee's decision to refuse permission for luxury homes to be built … Continue reading
The latest information we have is that they have not been able to do a complete repair today and have to do some further surveying and a full repair at another date. The hole will be filled today and made … Continue reading
Last night the Council's Highways Department closed a section of Wigorn Road near the ABC nursery for safety reasons after a large hole appeared in the road. It was found to be the result of a fractured water main and … Continue reading
The developers who want to build 'luxury homes' on the woodland on the Thimblemill Recreation site have appealed against Sandwell Panning Committee's rejection of their planning application. Their appeal is to the to the national Planning Insectorate – based in … Continue reading