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Planning Applications / Re: 1260 Pershore Road / Twyning Road Hot food takeaway
« Last post by Brain80 on August 09, 2017, 10:27:39 PM »
Objection submitted (again!!!)
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Local Events / Re: Stirchley Late Summer Bash 2017
« Last post by breakaleg on August 07, 2017, 01:46:39 PM »
Saturday 2nd September 2017
Stirchley Park
11am until 4pm
Well,
With just 27days to go, I thought that you may need a reminder, all the rides are booked and the stalls bookings are coming in now, DNA Roadshow are ready to play some music and hopefully the flyers and posters will be here by Thursday so we can get them distributed to those of you who have volunteered to do that (bet you regret that now.lol
the world famous in Stirchley raffle is coming along nicely .
Prizes so far include:
Samsung Galaxy tab E, an Electric Lawn mower, Angle Grinder, yes really, a Bluetooth Radio,
Food Processer, George Forman Grill, £50.00 Sainsbury voucher, £30.00 Amazon Voucher, £20.00 Tesco voucher, Plus much more.
So come along and buy a ticket for just one pound! bargain.

Pete
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Planning Applications / Re: 1260 Pershore Road / Twyning Road Hot food takeaway
« Last post by Chris on August 05, 2017, 01:22:21 PM »
I've put in (another) objection.
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Planning Applications / Re: 1260 Pershore Road / Twyning Road Hot food takeaway
« Last post by suzysue on August 04, 2017, 03:00:34 PM »
Yet again <sigh>, an application has been made for change of use for a takeaway. You have until the 10th to comment, I have objected mainly for parking reasons.

To comment search for 2017/05883/PA at

https://eplanning.birmingham.gov.uk/Northgate/PlanningExplorer/ApplicationSearch.aspx
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Petition calling for Birmingham City Council to refund residents a proportion of their council tax for each missed household and recycle collection as a result of the collection strikes which started 24th June 2017.

https://www.change.org/p/birmingham-city-council-birmingham-city-council-to-refund-residents-for-missed-collections
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General Discussion / Number 27 Bus Service Under Threat.......again!
« Last post by Dave on August 04, 2017, 02:19:28 PM »

http://www.bournvilleconservatives.com/save-the-27-bus?t=1


Help Us Save The 27 Bus

Please sign the petition:

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National Express West Midlands, operators of the number 27 bus are carrying out a review of the South Birmingham Bus Network, and as part of this review, they are proposing the withdrawal of the number 27 bus from the roads around Bournville and Stirchley.

If proposals go ahead to withdraw the 27, this will leave a significant part of Bournville without any public transport. There would also be no link up with Bournville Railway station which is a common stop for commuters from parts of Bournville who use the 27 to get to or from the railway station as part of their daily work commute.
We know how important the 27 bus is to local residents, so PLEASE complete our petition below so that we can submit it to National Express West Midlands, the City Council and Transport for West midlands.
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General Discussion / Re: Travellers Part (think of a number)
« Last post by The Concerned Resident on July 23, 2017, 08:39:37 PM »
Dave, that is horrendous!

That much rubbish doesn't get dumped there in one go and I expect the owner has been complaining to the police and authorities since the moment the travellers turned up.

Cut off one or two padlocks and all of a sudden you've got a £100k clean up bill!
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General Discussion / Re: Travellers Part (think of a number)
« Last post by Jon Price on July 19, 2017, 01:20:25 PM »
Good that the council have acted and put the injunction on entering illegally in four parks within Brum. This gives the police more powers as breaking this is deemed to be contempt of court.
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General Discussion / Re: Travellers Part (think of a number)
« Last post by atomicjam on July 17, 2017, 09:37:43 PM »
BCC have also confirmed that they are looking at a Traveller site at the far end of Bromford Drive in Hodge Hill with room for up to 60 caravans. Having such an option to direct travellers to brings in quicker powers to evict from non designated sites.

http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/birmingham-city-council-reveals-location-13344344

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