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Your Solihull - Winter 2018

Welcome to Solihull Council's quarterly 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

Council upgrades online payment system

Solihull Council has upgraded its online payment system to make paying for services easier for residents. The system, called eStore, is accessed via the Council website and allows people to make a variety of payments such as council tax, blue badges, parking fines and much more. With a new... read more

Saying Thank You with flowers.

Love Solihull partners with the Royal British Legion on a competition for schools

Solihull Council’s Love Solihull initiative has launched a competition for schoolchildren to design a flowerbed that will be created in 2019. The competition is in partnership with Royal British Legion and their ‘Thank You’ campaign which marks 100 years since the end of World... read more

Solihull students act on Climate Change

Solihull students act on Climate Change

Secondary students from Solihull will debate global progress and local action at Solihull Council Chambers on Wednesday 28 November – ahead of the annual UN Climate Conference in Poland next month. In what promises to be an afternoon of tough questions and insightful discussions, the... read more

Woman found guilty of housing fraud

A woman who applied to buy a Solihull Council property has been found guilty of fraud by false representation. Donna Pring, 50, from Kingsbury, Tamworth, was found guilty by a jury at Birmingham Crown Court on Wednesday 21 November and will be sentenced on 13 December following pre-sentencing... read more


«December 2018»

Councils come together to unveil the West Midlands Winter Plan for Rough Sleepers

Local authorities across the West Midlands are committed to ensuring no one need sleep rough this winter. Working together with partners from the public, private and voluntary sectors in the West Midlands Homelessness Taskforce, councils are committed to keeping the most vulnerable people safe during the winter months. 

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Electric vehicles arrive in North Solihull

A new car club has arrived in North Solihull offering a convenient alternative to running a car without the high cost of owning one. E-Car Club (a Europcar Mobility Group company) has brought 18, all-electric Renault ZOE hatchback vehicles to the area, which can be booked for an hour or several days at a time.

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