North Solihull Partnership is calling on local community and voluntary organisations to apply for grant funding to benefit and improve the economic prospects of communities in and around Chemsley Wood, Smith's Wood and Kingshurst & Fordbridge.
North Solihull Partnership Funding Opportunities The socio-economic workstream (SEWS) is one of the groups which supports the North Solihull Partnership in its delivery of social and economic improvements across the North Solihull regeneration area.
North Solihull Partnership is keen to gather views and opinions from as many local residents as possible on the latest round of housing developments in North Solihull. The proposed sites will unlock a significant investment that will be spent on improving the physical and economic prosperity of the people and places in North Solihull, alongside providing employment and training opportunities for residents.
The North Solihull Partnership is spearheading significant investment in Smith's Wood, Kingshurst and Chelmsley Wood to improve the physical and economic prosperity of the area, and to provide employment and training opportunities for residents.
Work is now underway to build 106 new homes on a former school site in North Solihull. Digby Court will be built on the grounds of the former Bishop Wilson School in Pike Drive following the school's move to new premises in nearby Chelmund's Cross.
The North Solihull Partnership is advising local people that Solihull Council is consulting on its proposal to dispose of a remaining 0. 5 hectare area of land that had been used as a sports pitch at the former Bishop Wilson Church of England primary school site.