Public information session and consultation events announced

Beacon Action Group can today announce a series of public consultation events and an information session for concerned residents, in relation to the planning application for the restoration of Great Barr Hall and proposed development of 59 houses on protected green belt land. Beacon Action Group are hosting an information session for local residents onContinue reading “Public information session and consultation events announced”

Tom Watson MP writes column in Great Barr Observer on proposed enabling development and restoration of Great Barr Hall

Printed on Friday 17th January 2014 in Great Barr Observer The proposed plans for the restoration of Great Barr Hall, together with the development of 57 new luxury executive homes, has rightly led to a great deal of community concern being expressed in recent weeks in Great Barr. Although the site is located just outsideContinue reading “Tom Watson MP writes column in Great Barr Observer on proposed enabling development and restoration of Great Barr Hall”

Take a look at the plans for the restoration of Great Barr Hall

Have you taken a look through the many plans submitted as part of the planning application? This is a huge task and takes a fair amount of time to trawl through each one, but its definitely worth spending the time looking at each attachment. Key things to note re: Great Barr Hall restoration proposals: Two elevationsContinue reading “Take a look at the plans for the restoration of Great Barr Hall”

Great Barr Hall planning application hits residents hard

Monday 30 December 2013 An unwanted Christmas present arrived for the residents of Chapel Lane, Great Barr just before the Christmas break, when notification of a planning application for the housing development on the Great Barr Hall and parkland site, arrived through people’s doors on Christmas Eve. The application couldn’t have been submitted at a worseContinue reading “Great Barr Hall planning application hits residents hard”