Village Centres

Chelmund’s Cross Village Centre, which has been developed over 4 years, is the largest of the new North Solihull village centres. It was completed in November 2017 at a total cost of almost £30m.
The £10m Bishop Wilson Primary School opened to pupils in September 2013. The school also incorporates the new St. Andrew’s Church.
The Enterprise Centre provides office space for small and new start-up businesses alongside new community facilities.
The health centre, which opened to the public in November 2015, includes a GPs practice, a dental practice and a pharmacy.
New retail, which includes a Co-operative store and 2 further units was completed in the summer of 2017. A lease has been signed for a new community-run fish and chip shop in one of the units.
A specialist care home opened to residents in November 2017.
Major road improvements have been carried out on the Chester Road with a new junction and public realm being created .
Three Trees Baptist Church has also undergone a major refurbishment and now includes up to date community facilities and a lovely cafe.

This project has been part funded by the European Regional Development Fund.

View Chelmund’s Cross Masterplan View Chelmund’s Cross Village Centre Progress Slides
A total of nearly £20m has been invested in the new village centre in Smith’s Wood. Work is now almost complete on this massive project which has resulted in a new high street and public realm at Burton’s Way. There are eight retail outlets, which include a bakery, hairdressers, a fish & chip shop, Quids In, Spar shop & Post Office, community facilities and office accommodation above occupied by Solihull Council. New houses have been built on the site of two demolished tower blocks.

The development has already seen the construction of a brand new primary school, Smith’s Wood Community Primary which opened to pupils in 2009 and also incorporates Smith’s Wood Parish Council and a gym.

A new Stonham Assisted Living scheme was opened in 2015 which meets the needs of vulnerable people. It is also planned to build a new health centre next to the school.

This project has been part funded by the European Regional Development Fund.

View Smith’s Wood Masterplan View Smith’s Wood Village Centre Progress Slides

 

Current Village Centre News

23rd November 2017
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New Residential Care Home Opens

A brand new residential and nursing home at Chelmund's Cross Village Centre was officially opened by the Mayor of Solihull, Councillor Stuart Davis, on 8th November 2017
5th September 2017
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Kingshurst Village Centre Masterplan – Have Your Say

Solihull Council is continuing its public consultation with local people and businesses to develop plans for the regeneration of Kingshurst village centre.
29th June 2017
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Smith’s Wood Medical Centre

Engineers have recently been carrying out ground investigation works on the site of the new medical centre in Burton's Way, Smith's Wood. Tenders will be sought over the Summer period.
28th June 2017
New Co-operative store opens to the public, Summer 2017

New Retail & Office Development, Chelmund’s Cross

Construction of the new Co-op at Chelmund's Cross Village Centre is now complete and the food store is open for business.
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European Regional Development Fund

Both of these village centres have been part funded by the European Regional Development Fund.