Is the Labour council planning to build houses on Stirchley parkland?
- Published: Sunday, 27 December 2015 09:28
- Written by Nigel Dawkins
The Labour council have said that they want to dispose of 8 acres of our precious city parkland each year and let it be used for housing.
Your Conservative councillors fear they may try and build houses on the popular stretch of land running between Ripple Road and the River Rea, a key part of Hazelwell Park.
Local Conservative councillors, over the last fifteen years have transformed Hazelwell Park. Fifteen years ago, when Stirchley last had three Labour councillors, it was a neglected piece of land called Hazelwell Recreation Ground. It had hardly any play equipment for our children and no new trees or spring bulbs had been planted in it for almost 50 years.
Your Conservative councillors, have, over the years, transformed it into an attractive family park.
Stirchley has only one proper family park and we intend to protect it from Labour