The next meeting of the Ward Committee will be held next Monday, 11 February at The Pump, Kitts Green Road, starting at 7pm.
Items on the agenda include updates from the local police and Environmental Health Officer. There will also be presentations from local youth support organisation Fitcap and the Reawakening Lea Village team.
All residents are very welcome. Hope to see you there!
We’re heading to Guardian Angels Primary School, Hurst Lane, for the final ward meeting of 2012.
The meeting takes place on Monday 10 December, starting at 7pm. Items on the agenda include an update on the ongoing Shard End Crescent development, the Cole Valley cycle route and an update from the local policing team.
All residents are welcome. Hope to see you there!
Birmingham’s Highways Maintenance and Management Service are holding a Public Consultation Roadshow for residents of the Hodge Hill and Yardley Districts this coming Wednesday, 28 November.
The session takes place at the Tesco Superstore at the Fox and Goose, Coleshill Road, Hodge Hill between 3pm and 7pm and is a chance to find out about the highway improvements that are planned for the next two years in the Hodge Hill and Yardley areas, including Shard End Ward.
The Highways team are keen to hear residents’ views on road and pavement improvements, including the change from paving slabs to bituminous materials, street lighting and trees on the highway. Do try and pop in if you can!
The next meeting of the Shard End Ward Committee will be held on Monday 29 October at Castle Bromwich Methodist Church, School Lane, starting at 7pm.
These meetings are a chance for residents to find out more about the latest local developments and to have their say about community issues. The local police team will also be attending to take questions about their work in the area.
Hope to see you there!
The next meeting of the Shard End Ward Committee will take place on Monday 30 July, starting at 7pm, at Yardley & District Rugby Club, in Cole Hall Lane.
Items on the agenda include:
- An update from the local police
- The latest on the former Yardley Sewage Works site
- A report back on the work of the Midnight Bus
- The proposals for the Cole Valley walking & cycling route (see my previous blog post here for details
All Shard End Ward residents are welcome to attend. Come and find out more – and have your say!
Councillors Marje Bridle, Ian Ward and I will be holding our next public meeting on Monday 18 June at The Shard in All Saints Square, starting at 7pm.
It’s a chance for local residents to come and have their say about local issues and to find out more about the latest developments affecting our community.
All Shard End Ward residents are welcome, so I hope to see you there!
Shard End’s brand new library, the Shard, will be the venue for the next meeting of the Ward Committee on Monday 16 April.
You can view the agenda for the meeting by following this link. In addition to the regular updates from the police and a discussion of other urgent local issues, residents will also be able to find out more about this exciting new building and the services it will offer to our community.
The meeting starts at 7pm and all Shard End Ward residents are welcome to come and share their views!
The next meeting of the Shard End Ward Committee will be held at Shirestone Community Primary School on Monday 5 March.
These meetings are open to all local residents and are a chance to find out more about what’s happening in the area and to raise any issues or concerns in your neighbourhood. You can view the full agenda by clicking here.
The first Ward Committee meeting of the New Year will be held at Hillstone Primary School, Hillstone Road, on Monday 16 January, starting at 7pm.
We’ll be discussing a number of important local issues, including the future use of some of the garage blocks in the area, traffic speeds in Brownfield Road, local policing and public transport.
All local residents are welcome – so come along and have your say!