Rogue roofer lands £3k bill for aggressive tactics

A rogue trader who used aggressive tactics to enforce an unlawful debt has landed a court bill of more than £3,000. Paul Scrivens tried to use aggressive tactics on two...

Charter for faith settings launched to help keep worshippers safe

Places of worship across Birmingham are being urged to sign up to a Charter for Faith Settings – a commitment to operate within Covid-19 controls – which was launched...

Please Take Your Litter Home

Springtime and sunshine means many more people are out and about enjoying Solihull’s parks and open spaces. As well as reminding residents that the ‘rule of six’ doesn’t come...

Solihull Council Works to Deliver Successful Census 2021

Solihull Council is continuing to work with the Office for National Statistics (ONS) to deliver Census 2021. Solihull libraries continue their service assisting those who have difficulty completing the...

Wildlife Ways is blooming across the borough

In the last few years, over three million bulbs and millions of wildflowers have been planted for the council’s Wildlife Ways project – and now that Spring is on...

Eligible people living in all parts of the Solihull borough are being encouraged to...

Uptake for the first dose has been positive, with 44% of the borough’s population vaccinated with over 94% in many of the key priority groups who have been called...

Solihull adopts new Cycling & Walking Strategy

Solihull Council has approved a new Cycling and walking strategy for the borough following consultation with local residents and businesses. Alongside the comprehensive new strategy, a Local Cycling and...

Birmingham residents urged to have their say on Our Future City Plan consultation

People, businesses and groups across Birmingham are being urged to have their say on a bold vision for the city as Our Future City Plan: Central Birmingham 2040 consultation...


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