Langley Hall Park Leisure Survey

Please fill in the Langley Hall Park Leisure Survey by clicking on this link: Click Here!

  1. Over the last year we have come to appreciate just how important green space is in terms of our mental health and wellbeing. We have massively increased our use of green space for local walks and many outdoor activities. As one of the very few public green spaces in Olton, we want residents to be in control of any future plans for Langley Hall Park.
  2. Langley Hall Park is the only open Solihull park without a play area or any exercise equipment. This is because there used to be a play area but it was vandalised and set alight so often that it was taken away to stop the council spending a huge amount of money constantly fixing it.
  3. We want to make sure that Olton residents voices are heard by the council. We’ve spoken to residents over the last few years who have expressed passion for and against a potential new play area and exercise equipment.

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Olton Speeding Survey

Please fill in the Olton Speeding Survey by clicking on this link: Click Here!

  1. As we start to emerge from lockdown, We want to reopen Olton safely and we must strive to decrease incidences of speeding in Olton. Speeding is dangerous and causes noise pollution for residents living near busy roads.
  2. Our two minute survey allows residents to let us know their views, where speeding hotspots are and which solutions residents would like to see. You can also register interest in the voluntary Community Speed Watching team we hope to set up.
  3. We will inform the council of these results, providing insights into what you would like to see and giving more power to local residents.
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Solihull Ambulance Station

In early 2020 Solihull and Meriden Liberal Democrats led the fight to save our Ambulance Station. 

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Solihull Town Centre Master Plan

The Council has big and, for some, controversial plans for how Solihull Town Centre is to develop over the next 20 years. The initial consultation ended, but thes plans are now part of a major consultation into Solihull's Local Plan. You can still read the details here.

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