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Stirchley Neighbourhood Forum / Re: Travellers
« Last post by atomicjam on June 24, 2017, 11:05:11 AM »
They are on the park by Raddlebarn Rd again.
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is it feasible and is there an appetite locally, to arrange a boycott of the lidl store for when it opens?

if its already being arranged, could anyone forward me a link to info?
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Stirchley Neighbourhood Forum / Re: Travellers
« Last post by The Concerned Resident on June 23, 2017, 06:07:21 PM »
I was driving into Stirchley at about 3:10pm today and saw a convoy of about 8 caravans heading towards town on the Pershore road, I think they may have tried and failed to get access to our park.

All the cars had Irish number plates and I witnessed them discussing if they knew where they could go, unfortunately I didn't catch where they were planning on heading to.

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Planning Applications / Re: Fitness first/lidl application 2016/00664/pa
« Last post by Dave on June 23, 2017, 09:00:36 AM »
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It looks like there’s been a snag on demolition due to electric sub-station, which has to be worked around…

Exactly, a snag, a hiccup and certainly nothing insurmountable, quite easily fixed.

I'm more concerned about the nasty graffiti that will be on the hoardings very soon and for the duration of the demolition and, ultimately, the building and opening of the new LIDL.
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Planning Applications / Re: Fitness first/lidl application 2016/00664/pa
« Last post by Kwacky on June 21, 2017, 09:42:03 PM »
I see the hoarding has gone up.  I suspect demolition will start soon. 
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Aldi are said to be interested in the larger Tesco sites.
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Shouldn't a decision have been made by now?

Council planning website says:
 "Registered 12-12-2016
 Public Consultation Period Ends 01-03-2017
 Statutory Expiry Date 07-03-2017"
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Planning Applications / Re: Fitness first/lidl application 2016/00664/pa
« Last post by JPitcock on June 15, 2017, 11:12:02 PM »
There is an article in today's Birmingham Mail
www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/bowling-alley-porn-film-secretly-13191142
(a shame it highlights the salacious story).
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Local Events / Re: As the Crow Flies A walk from two starting points
« Last post by JPitcock on June 15, 2017, 11:03:15 PM »
I don't understand why Tesco can't be made to re-open the right of way. (I assumed it was allowed to be closed temporarily during construction of the store and would have re-opened pedestrians and cyclists on completion). Hazelwell Road is on a map I have from 1887.
 
I know Tesco were asked to re-open it: but, as I expected, they said no (saying it would cost too much to replace the dug-up surface and secure the sides through the site).

Any future developers of the site must be compelled to re-open it by the planners.

I won't be able to attend the event.
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