Essential Maintenance

Due to essential maintenance we will be unable to receive incoming telephone calls on Saturday 1 October 2016 from 09.00am for approximately 45 minutes.

The 0121 605 6060 phone number for social services emergencies will still be available during this time.

Thank you for your patience while this work is completed.

Latest News


Solihull Council annual accounting statement

The Council’s Accounting Statement for 2015/16 was approved by the Council’s Governance Committee on 22 September 2016.  This document includes our external auditor’s independent opinion and all of the Council’s financial statements, including the Comprehensive... read more



Cycling proficiency for the 21st century

Bikeability is a parent and child cycling proficiency course, designed to give you the skills and confidence to ride your bike on today’s roads. The four day course will be taking place at Langley Primary School, Solihull, between Tuesday 25 October and Friday 28 October 2016. Children... read more



Stub it out for Stoptober

Solihull Council is encouraging smokers to kick the habit this October by taking up the national Stoptober challenge. Stoptober starts on 1 October and runs for 28 days. Research shows that if people can stop smoking for 28 days they are five times more likely to stay smokefree for... read more



Celebrate Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary year at The Core Library

The Core Library is celebrating Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary year by hosting a 90-minute version of Romeo and Juliet. The performance of ‘Bard’s Best Bits… of Romeo and Juliet’, by Oddsocks Productions, will take place in The Core Theatre on Monday 24... read more


Fraudulent right-to-buy application by SCH tenant


Fraudulent right-to-buy application by SCH tenant

A Solihull Community Housing (SCH) tenant who admitted that she was not living in the property was forced to hand back the keys following a fraud investigation. Checks were made when the woman submitted a right-to-buy application on her home in Kingshurst. Enquiries subsequently revealed that... read more


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