Romsley Parish Council Newsletter Spring 2018
Telephone Box restoration and
St Kenelm’s Day celebrations
Friends of Romsley Group
Damage to grass verges
Romsley Litter Picks
Safer roads in Romsley
Grass cutting, litter picking
and fly tipping
The Purpose and responsibilities
of the Parish Council.
Meet Your Parish Council
Parish Council meetings
Spring Lane Temporary Road Closure Details
Grid Ref: 394622 279666
Highway section to be closed
From: Junction with U20403 Rumbow Lane
To: Junction with C2166 Shut Mill Lane
Proposed start date 08/06/18 Estimated No. of days: 7
Proposed end date: 14/06/18
Reason for road closure: Burst water main
Chairperson’s Statement from the Annual Parish Meeting May 2018
Richard Arrowsmith, Chairperson, Romsley Parish Council
Parish Council response to proposed safety schemes in Romsley May 2018
Severn Trent Birmingham Resilience Project
Report May 2018
The Parish Council is aware that a resubmitted planning application for houses on land adjacent to St Kenelm’s road opposite the shops has now been entered. The Parish Council is considering its formal response to the planning authority who is Bromsgrove District Council. We would like to hear community thoughts while our formal response is being drafted. However, for them to be formally considered by the planning officers residents must lodge their comments directly with Bromsgrove District Council by the 9th April 2018 through the Council planning website
The Parish Council urges all interested residents to do this.
Copy ’18/00282/FUL’ and go to this link, then paste it in the Search Box at the bottom of the page. To make a comment you will need to register on their site:
Our New Parish Councillor John Shaw
John Shaw has recently been co-opted as a new councillor for Romsley Parish Council.
John’s has taken on the role, in his own words, to make a contribution to the continued development of the parish and its community, being involved with activities and people I see every day.
It has given me the opportunity to work within a dedicated group of people with a similar frame of mind and vision, utilising my experience to the best advantage, would help develop (retain) my personal skills.
Assist in creating an environment whereby people prosper, want to be involved, collaborate in the development and implementation of the Parish Plan.
Further, bring about any changes which benefit the whole community and realise my ambition to ‘make a difference’.
Richard Arrowsmith, Chairperson
See below Romsley Parish Council response to planning application 18/00282/FUL – Yew Tree Farm, Romsley RPC planning response – Yew Tree Farm, St Kenelms Road (April 2018) (V2)
Well, we struck lucky with the weather today didn’t we, dry and just a nice temperature. Nineteen of us were able to make this year’s annual “out of parish walk” which was around the Lickeys and surrounding countryside. I hope those who came found the look at the WW1 gun butts of interest, as well […]