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I’m not sure if you are aware but letters have been sent out regarding extending the period of planning permission for the Coop group’s plan to build on the site and requesting public consultation. I’m finding it all very confusing as I thought the Coop group were told that they would not be able to extend the planning permission. I would really like to hear what other people think of this before I submit my comments on the coucils website but the consultation period ends on 4th December.


We thought you might be interested in the first Stirchley Community Market, which will be taking place on the car park of Stirchley United Working Men’s Club from 4 – 8pm on Tuesday 27th July. We’ll be selling locally produced/sourced food and arts and crafts. Interesting to note that one of the ideas springing from your consultation was for a market garden to be established in Stirchley.

Best wishes,

Stirchley Community Market Team

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