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Recent Criminal Activity – Number Plate Thefts

There has recently been a number of thefts of vehicle number plates. This type of theft is a common crime.

Criminal will often use stolen vehicle number plates (also known as VRM’s – Vehicle Registration Mark plates) and then attach them to their own or even previously stolen vehicles in order to help them commit […]

Not Sure? Don’t Open The Door!

Protect yourself from doorstep crime. Be aware of people who turn up unannounced, most genuine callers will have a pre-arranged appointment. If in doubt, keep them out!

Doorstep crime can include rogue traders offering home improvement or gardening services, or bogus callers who claim to be the council, police, health carers or energy companies.

Rogue […]

What do you know about ANPR?

What do you know about Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR)?

Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police have launched an online survey about the use of ANPR technology across the region.

The survey will run for 6 weeks until 23 December and aims to give local communities, as well as those who travel through the […]

Could you benefit from the Gigabit Vouchers Scheme?

Gigabit vouchers can be used by small and medium-sized businesses, and the local communities surrounding them, to contribute to the installation cost of a gigabit capable connection. One gigabit is the same as 1,000 megabits – so it’s a big leap forward in connection speeds that could benefit you and your business into the future.

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Superfast Broadband project October 2018 Newsletter

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Superfast broadband project July Newsletter

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Superfast broadband project April Newsletter

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The Future of Housing around Earlswood

The Government is to give Birmingham £100m to build houses that it doesn’t have space for. A new Birmingham survey indicates that it will be short of space to build 61,000 houses by 2031 and these will be distributed around the surrounding areas.

The survey has demoted the Green Belt around Earlswood and Forshaw Heath […]

Superfast broadband project March newsletter

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