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As of this week, Dickens Heath Parish Council have moved in to share premises with Dickens Heath Library and will be located on the 1st floor.
The co-location will help both of our organisations become more sustainable in the future and brings together two important local community services into the same building. We also hope that it will offer opportunities to extend library opening hours in the future, offer shared activities and support each other.
The first floor will now accommodate the Parish Council and our meetings, and will also offer an open space for community use, including study space for students when there are no meetings taking place.
We will be settling in over the next few weeks, so please bear with us if we take a little longer than usual to answer any queries.
Do you know you can report crime online … If it’s not 999 report online.
You can report/live chat via https://west-midlands.police.uk/
You can live chat between 8am and Midnight, Monday-Sunday.
You can use live chat using many forms of IT, such as A Mobile phone, A Tablet, A Laptop or A computer.
Our Live Chat function gives members of the public an alternative way to contact us and talk to one of our Contact Advisors in real-time.
You can access Live Chat by clicking the button on the right hand side of the screen.
Our advisor will be able to help you navigate the website, answer any questions or queries you have, as well as take incident reports.
At the end of the chat you have the option to send yourself a transcript of the chat to your email address.
All incidents reported online will be processed in the same manner as a telephone call, you can track your case and easily follow any progress or development of your case.
YOU’RE VOICE COUNTS!
Solihull Local Plan Review – Further Sites for Development
Thank you to all our residents for their numerous and comprehensive comments on the Solihull Local Plan Review Consultation and the additional proposed sites for development in Dickens Heath parish. We have taken these on board and will be objecting to site 4. A summary of the key issues which will form the basis of the Parish Council’s objection is attached. The full response will be published once it has been finalised.
Community Chest 2019
The community chest fund was a new initiative for 2018, and The Parish Council awarded grants to the U3A Table Tennis Club, Dickens Heath Scouts, Dickens Heath Sports Club, Fiveway Café and Scanlon school of Irish Dancing. We are now looking for applications for a share of the 2019 fund. The deadline for applications is March 31st 2019.
The application form and guidance can be downloaded from our website www.dickensheathpc.org.uk
New Council Policy to tackle abandoned vehicles
Solihull Council has launched a new policy aimed at tackling those who abandon motor vehicles in a public place. Ensuring a vehicle is taxed or disposing of an unwanted vehicle is the owners’ responsibility. Under the Council’s policy anyone found guilty of committing such an offence can be fined up to £2,500.
Suspected abandoned vehicles can be reported by going to the Council’s abandoned vehicle webpage. Alternatively they can contact Parking Enforcement services by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 0121 704 6111.