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Your Solihull - Autumn 2018


Your Solihull - Autumn 2018

Welcome to Solihull Council's quarterly online magazine for residents. We hope you enjoy reading Your Solihull. We also hope it gives you a good understanding about the work we are doing and how people are getting involved across the borough.   read more


Save money on energy bills this winter


Save money on energy bills this winter

With summer nearly over, Solihull Council has two great ways to help people save hundreds of pounds on their energy bills this winter. Solihull Switch ‘n’ Save finds cheaper gas and electricity bills for people by using the power of collective bargaining with energy... read more



Solihull secures £10.2m for growth and investment

Solihull Council has secured £10.2 million from the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA), to deliver significant transport and infrastructure investment in the borough, ahead of the arrival of HS2. Part of the second phase of projects to be delivered under the UK Central Solihull... read more



Brighten up the borough with free spring bulbs

Love Solihull – Solihull Council’s environmental initiative – has free daffodil and crocus bulbs for residents.   Anyone can apply for the ‘Let it Grow’ bulbs – as long as the bulbs are planted next to a road sign in the... read more



Council successfully prosecutes company for overloaded vehicle

Solihull Council has successfully prosecuted Mr Steve Brennan, trading as SB Scaffolding, for operating an overloaded vehicle. Mr Brennan’s scaffold lorry was stopped by police and weighed by officers from Solihull Council’s trading standards team on 22 November 2017. When... read more


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Solihull gyms benefit from £1million cash boost

Gym-goers in Solihull are now benefitting from a £1million boost thanks to the investment of new sports and leisure operator.

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Brighten up the borough with free spring bulbs

Love Solihull – Solihull Council’s environmental initiative – has free daffodil and crocus bulbs for residents.   Anyone can apply for the ‘Let it Grow’ bulbs – as long as the bulbs are planted next to a road sign in the borough. 

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New £2m a year contract for drug and alcohol support in Solihull

Following an extensive and open process by Solihull Council to secure a new substance misuse service for Solihull residents, existing provider Solihull Integrated Addictions Service (SIAS) has been successful in winning a four year contract worth nearly £2m a year.   The new contract will start on 1 April 2019.

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