Stirchley Forum April 2022 meeting agenda

The April meeting for Stirchley Forum takes place on Monday 11th April, at 7.30pm. This meeting will be a hybrid one, meaning people are welcome to attend in person or online.

The in-person meeting takes place at Stirchley Community Church, Hazelwell Street, Stirchley – just opposite Bournville Lane / Stirchley Baths. For those wishing to join remotely, the meeting will also be hosted on Zoom via this link.

The agenda for the meeting is;

  • Welcome
  • Apologies
  • Minutes of meeting 14th March 2022 (posted on website here)
  • Matters Arising
  • Police Update
  • Planning issues
  • Networking
  • Any other business

The next Stirchley Forum meeting will take place on Monday 9th May 2022. It is hoped this too will be a hybrid meeting, however this will depend on the Covid situation.

April’s meeting agenda

Below is the agenda for April’s meeting, taking place on Monday 12th April 2021 online. If you’d like to attend, please email us (stirchley.forumb30@gmail.com) to be sent the link.

Since the last meeting, the planning application in respect of 1256-1258 Pershore Road (on the corner of Twining Road) has been approved. Subject to IT issues the applicant has agreed to join the meeting.

  1. Welcome
  2. Apologies
  3. Minutes of meeting 8th March 2021 (posted here)
  4. Matters arising
  5. Police Update – subject to operational issues PCSO Paul
    Blackford will be present
  6. Planning issues
  7. Networking – including;
    1. Commonwealth Games funding opportunity
    2. Stirchley Community Festival (September)
    3. Pioneer Places
  8. Any other business

Next meeting Monday 10th May 2021

Increase in vehicle crime

PCSO Jenene Tandy (Birmingham West, Selly Oak constituency, Bournville ward) has advised that the ward has experienced higher than normal levels of vehicle crime over the last few days.

Offenders have approached both secure and insecure vehicles and gained entry. Once inside, an untidy search has taken place with various items, including electrical goods and small change, taken.

Targeted areas have been Acacia Road, Oxford Street, Linden Road, Franklin Road, and Bunbury Road.

They are reminding motorists not to leave anything of value in their vehicles or on display that may tempt a potential offender.