Monthly Archives: September 2018

Eve Of Conference Dinner

  Great to be at the third big fund raising dinner in Birmingham this year, this time with Sajid Javid, the Home Secretary, as the main speaker. A great evening on the eve of the Conservative Party Conference which opens … Continue reading

VAS Sign Re-instated In Sir Harry’s Rd

When the 20mph speed limit came into force Edgbaston’s Vehicle Activated Speed Signs which flashed at 30mph were removed as we were told they couldn’t be altered to flash at 20mph. After complaints from me about the loss of them, … Continue reading

Circle Health Topping Out

Today I was invited to the topping out ceremony for the new hospital being built on Pebble Mill Road, Edgbaston by Circle Health. The event was hosted by Simons Construction. The new Circle Birmingham Hospital is due to open in … Continue reading

Proposed New University Station

  Today I had a briefing on the proposed new build of University Station in Edgbaston. The current building was designed for around 400,000 passengers a year. It’s currently used by over 3.3million so clearly a new build is desperately … Continue reading

Edgbaston PACT Meeting

Tonight was the Edgbaston Police PACT meeting at the Hallmark Hotel on the Hagley Road. Around 40 – 50 residents were there and various issues were raised (some in the ward and some from areas outside the ward). The police … Continue reading

Ward Forum At Martineau Gardens

Many thanks to all the Edgbaston residents who came to our Ward Forum meeting at the beautiful Martineau Gardens this evening. It was the first of these meetings for this municipal year, and it was the first time we have … Continue reading