20 September 2021 – Message from Councillor Ian Courts, Leader of Solihull Council
As the Prime Minister said last week, managing COVID this autumn/winter could be even more challenging than last year as we enter this period with much higher daily case rates than in 2020.
Kingshurst masterplan goes on show as Council seeks further feedback from local residents
An updated masterplan showing the proposed layout, high level design and makeup of the much anticipated Kingshurst Village Centre redevelopment has been unveiled today.
Solihull businesses encouraged to sign up to West Midlands Net Zero Business Pledge
Solihull Council and the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) are encouraging businesses to commit to reducing their environmental impact and sign up to the West Midlands Net Zero Business Pledge.
Free activities at local leisure centres this National Fitness Day
North Solihull Leisure Centre and Tudor Grange Leisure Centre, run by Everyone Active in partnership with Solihull Council, will be offering free activities and additional classes, as part of National Fitness Day 2021 on Wednesday 22 September.
Fostering Information Evening
Local foster carer, Michelle, urges people to find out about fostering at a virtual information event on Tuesday 28th September after the pandemic has led to a decline in applications.
Council approves new policy to help people adapt their homes
Solihull Council is introducing a new Housing Assistance Policy following its approval at the Cabinet meeting on Thursday 16 September.
Climate Cafes are coming to Solihull
As part of The Big Green Week - 18 -25 September - local resident Neil MacKay is taking the Climate Café movement www.climate.cafe forward in Solihull next week with two sessions - one virtual and one in Olton. Find out how you can get involved.
16 September – message from Solihull’s Director of Public Health, Ruth Tennant
We have a lot to think about this week, with news of COVID-19 vaccinations now available for 12-15-year-olds, government announcements about autumn and winter plans and a decision on booster jabs.
Butchers, bakers, street food sellers (and more) - food allergen labelling rules are changing
On 1 October 2021, the law on allergen labelling for prepacked for direct sale (PPDS) foods will change.
Solihull Leisure Centres support BBC’s Kit Out the Nation campaign
Everyone Active, which runs North Solihull Sports Centre and Tudor Grange Leisure Centre, in partnership with Solihull Council, is helping local youngsters with sports kit by supporting the BBC’s Kit Out the Nation campaign.
Solihull Council embraces cultural sector revival
Solihull Council is supporting the recovery of the cultural economy with a jam-packed programme of activities and events for residents and visitors to enjoy.