Moseley Forum responds to proposals for new Moseley Railway Station

The most important development to affect Moseley for a generation has finally gone to planning and we need you to respond! As most of you will know by now, the Planning Application (2020/03676/PA) has been submitted.  There are a staggering 49 documents which you can access via this link: http://eplanning.idox.birmingham.gov.uk/publisher/mvc/listDocuments?identifier=Planning&reference=2020/03676/PA Take a look and then … [Read more…]

General Election Hustings 2019

A crucial General Election is taking place on 12th December 2019. We are therefore co-hosting a local hustings event with Kings Heath Residents’ Forum at the All Services Club on Church Road on 27th November 2019 from 7:30pm. All prospective candidates for Hall Green Constituency have been invited to participate. We are expecting this to … [Read more…]

Question the Councillor candidates for the new Moseley Ward on 24th April 2018

It’s the Council Elections on 3rd May 2018 with all ward councillors throughout Birmingham up for election. This year brings a new, two-councillor Moseley Ward following an earlier review of ward boundaries. We will be holding a hustings event at: The Moseley Exchange (behind the Post Office in Moseley village) starting at 7:30pm and ending … [Read more…]

Event: Question the West Mids Police & Crime Commissioner on 28th March 2018

Given growing public concern regarding crime and community safety affecting communities across the West Midlands, Moseley Forum has joined forces with Kings Heath and Brandwood Forums to arrange a public ‘Question Time’-style public meeting with David Jamieson, the West Midlands Police & Crime Commissioner. As we expect demand to be high, we have made this a … [Read more…]

AGM – Moseley’s Beating Heart presentations

Despite the snow and cold conditions we were delighted to see so many of you turn out to this year’s AGM on 27th February at Moseley Exchange. The main discussion was around how we are developing a vision to make the area of St Mary’s Row in the village a safer, less polluted and more … [Read more…]