Essential maintenance

As part of improvements to our network we will be updating our internet connection from Tuesday 22 to Thursday 24 October 2019.

While we don’t anticipate any downtime you may notice a short interruption of our online services during 6.00pm to 8.00pm.

We thank you for your patience while this work is completed.

Latest News

The Mayor of Solihull Joins Residents Getting Active for the Solihull Gets Active Games.

On Wednesday 9 October, The Mayor of Solihull, Councillor Stuart Davis, joined in with the many participants at this year’s Solihull Get Active Games at North Solihull Sports Centre. The Solihull Gets Active Games is a free taster day filled with sports and activities for people with... read more

Council approves ambitious Planning Brief for regeneration of Kingshurst Village Centre

Ambitious plans for renewing Kingshurst Village Centre moved a step closer last night (Thursday 10 October) with the Council’s Cabinet Members approving a new Planning Brief for the regeneration of the area. Approval was also given for a temporary Community Space, which organisers aim to... read more

Opening up opportunities in Dickens Heath

On Tuesday 8 October, Solihull Council received the keys to a new youth and community facility in Dickens Heath. The impressive construction has been completed by Wernick Buildings and their Contracts Manager, Charlie Miles, showed Councillor Ken Hawkins, Cabinet Member for Environment &... read more

Heritage Walk 12 October

The final guided heritage walk of Solihull in 2019 will take place on Saturday 12 October 2019 at 10:30am. Heritage & Local Studies Librarian, Tracey Williams, will take you on a short tour around the heart of Solihull’s historic village and will share some stories and photos... read more

World Homeless Day – time for change

World Homeless Day – time for change

This Thursday 10 October sees the tenth World Homeless Day - and Solihull Council is calling on local residents to put their loose change and notes into action for additional support for local homeless people. Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care and Health, Cllr Karen... read more


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