It’s Official The Friends of The Green Residents Association is officially formed Following a formal residents meeting at The Hill Allotments Club on December 4th 2018, the F.O.T.G residents association was officially formed and the below named were put forward and subsequently elected by majority vote, as officers of the board. Chair: Sophie Thompson Vice […]

In January 2017 Birmingham City Council adopted the Birmingham Development Plan 2031, which aims to provide 51,000 new homes, significant employment development and supporting infrastructure for the city. The Plan sets out the cities vision for the period up to 2031. The City states that it faces a number of challenges that need to be addressed […] Thousands of community assets – Which include green spaces are successfully owned or managed by community organisations across England. Our local communities can take action too by nominating, transferring or taking over local assets. Community Assets can include buildings too, such as pubs, shops, historical buildings, town halls, swimming pools, pubs, parks, churches, and historical […]

This article was first published by Rt Hon Andrew Mitchell MP for Sutton Coldfield at Birmingham City Council has published plans to build on a village green in Four Oaks, Sutton Coldfield. On Saturday, there was a huge turnout of residents to meet Andrew Mitchell MP, who was accompanied by Birmingham city councillor for […]