Village Centres

Chelmund’s Cross Village Centre is the largest of the new North Solihull village centres and incorporates the new Bishop Wilson primary school and St. Andrew’s Church. There is a new Enterprise Centre providing office space for small and new start-up businesses alongside new community facilities. Work started in January 2015 to build a brand new health centre which will incorporate a GPs, dental practice and pharmacy. This project has been funded by the European Regional Development Fund.

View Chelmund’s Cross Masterplan
Smith’s Wood Village Centre is almost complete. Smith’s Wood Community Primary School opened in 2009 and incorporates the Parish Council community facilities including a gym. There are 8 retail outlets which include a bakery, hairdressers, Quids In, Spar shop & Post Office with Council Offices above. New houses have been built on the site of two demolished tower blocks and an Assisted Living scheme will open in Spring 2015. A health centre has been proposed for vacant land next to the school.

View Smith’s Wood Masterplan

 

Current Village Centre News

7th May 2015
Health Centre at Chelmund's Cross build phase from the front

Chelmund’s Cross Health Centre

Work on the new £3m Chelmund’s Cross Health Centre is well underway. The health centre will be the new location for the existing Chelmund’s Cross GP surgery, alongside a brand new pharmacy and home to the local dentist’s surgery. The dentist’s old building will be demolished to make way for the last element of the village centre which is hoped to be an assisted living/residential scheme.
European Regional Development Fund

European Regional Development Fund

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