The new £10m Bishop Wilson Church of England Primary School threw open its doors for the first time on Friday 6th September 2013. The school is the latest addition to the North Solihull School improvement programme as well as forming a key element in the North Solihull Partnership's social and economic regeneration of Chelmund's Cross Village Centre.
Construction of Enterprise Facilities - Work has started on the construction of the new highways, Enterprise Centre and public realm for the new Chelmund's Cross Village Centre. Click on the button below for further information.
11am-3pm, Windy Arbor School, Chelmsley Wood This event will be a day of fun to celebrate our local folklore and the exciting Saxon history of Chelmsley Wood! It is being co-ordinated by Northern Star Community Arts an supported by Solihull MBC.
The Socio Economic Workstream (SEWS) is one of the groups which supports the delivery of the North Solihull regeneration project. The SEWS focuses on how to deliver Social and Economic improvements across the North Solihull regeneration area.
Smith's Wood Village Centre took another bold step forward as work began on its latest multi-million pound development of brand new shops and offices, which join the housing, school buildings and public realm improvements already completed as part of the area's regeneration programme.
Following a lively consultation and vote for a name for their new village centre local residents in the Craig Croft area have made their opinions known and Solihull Council and the North Solihull Partnership can today announce that the name chosen is Chelmund's Cross Village Centre.