Monthly Archives: November 2011

Trees Found!

I am delighted to report that the missing trees (taken from Lee Crescent) have been found. An eagle-eyed local dog walker spotted them last week, but I didn’t want to say anything on the website until they had been safely … Continue reading

Blooms At Woodview

This week Optima gave out the prizes for their annual garden competition. Last night’s Woodview Residents meeting was pleased to note┬áthere were winners from Woodview. Also, thousands of spring bulbs were planted on the site of the Pocket Park last … Continue reading

Roman Way TMO Goes Live!

Congratulations to everyone involved with the Roman Way Tenant Management Organisation. After years of preparation, the ballot, selection procedures for contractors etc. today the TMO goes live. From today they have taken over service management responsibilities for caretaking and cleaning, … Continue reading

Tree Theft

Just before I went on holiday, I helped with the planting of three new trees on the green in front of Lee Crescent. As a Councillor, and former Constituency Chairman, I’ve been involved in lots of tree plantings across the … Continue reading

New Homes In Edgbaston

It was announced this week that Taylor Wimpey will be building 57 luxury homes on the Calthorpe Estate in Edgbaston. The location, off Highfield Road, was granted planning permission several years ago, and will be called Highfield Gardens. It will … Continue reading