Green Spaces

North Solihull has some great outdoor spaces available to residents of all ages and abilities. The North Solihull Partnership would like to encourage residents to make the most of these areas available to the community and is committed to transforming spaces into clean and friendly environments.

Most recently the Partnership completed work on a new play area called Woodlands Green Park in Smiths Wood.

There are numerous green spaces completed already across North Solihull with more planned for the future.

Woodlands Green Park, new urban park in Smiths Wood

Chapelhouse Recreation Ground in Chelmsley Wood

Transformation of 'Muddy Mound' in Longley Walk to car parking spaces for residents with landscaping

Burton's Farm Park & Green Space in Smith's Wood

Outdoor Projects

The Partnership is also keen to encourage projects and businesses in the North Solihull area that lead to community involvement with the local environment. Go-Organic is a Chemlsley Wood based Social Enterprise that seeks to involve local communities in the development and enjoyment of outdoor spaces. They have received funding this year from our grants programme.  One of their many projects is the creation of a WW2 Victory Garden which was a plot of redundant waste ground which has been transformed into a thriving community garden with the help of over 40 local residents. Other activities such as Warwick Wildlife’s Smith’s Wood Heritage Project have proved successful in recent years and it is great to see people getting involved with their surroundings.

Parks and Open Spaces News

13th January 2016
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New Park in Smith’s Wood

The North Solihull Partnership has created an urban park on an underused area of land between the Chester Road and Windward Way in Smith's Wood as part of green space improvements to the area.
10th September 2015

New Park at Woodlands Highway Development

Plans for a play area at the new Bellway residential development, Montford Rise between Windward Way and the Chester Road, have been drawn up.
24th August 2015
4 Official Opening reduced

Looking Good in the Garden!