Monthly Archives: November 2006

Recipe For Success!

The application to turn a residential house in Edgbaston (7, Church Rd, pictured above, see previous posts) into a restaurant, returned to Planning Committee today and was refused. This is a big victory for the many local residents in Kelton … Continue reading

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Woodview

There was a long discussion at tonight’s Edgbaston Ward Meeting about the planning application currently in for five parcels of land at Woodview. There’s no doubt it’s better than the previous application, but many residents and the school still have … Continue reading

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Supermarket Check Out!

Why is it that the day you’re not in, is always the day the Royal Mail have a parcel to deliver? Yesterday I had three meetings in London so had gone before the postman arrived. Sure enough, I arrived home … Continue reading

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Towards 2010

Towards 2010 is the name given to the proposals to change the way healthcare is delivered by the Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospital Trust (even though the new acute hospital which is proposed won’t now come on stream until about … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger!

Today I’m guest blogger on the Birmingham University Conservative Future website. You can read the piece at:http://bucf.wordpress.com

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Sikh Conference

After the tree planting on Saturday, I went to the Council House to attend a conference, where I was representing the Leader of Birmingham City Council. It was organised by the Council of Sikh Gurudwaras in Birmingham. I’m pictured above … Continue reading

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Glucklich Weihnachten!

My schoolgirl German is very rusty so I hope I’ve spellt the title of this post correctly! This morning I started off in Grove Park, Harborne, for the remainder of the tree planting which Caroline Spelman MP, Stephen Hartland and … Continue reading

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