Notices regarding traffic and road nuisance.

Notification of Proposed New 20MPH Permanent Traffic Regulation Order – Roads adj Lowbrook Lane, Tidbury Green

Solihull MBC have notified us of the attached proposed permanent Traffic Regulation Order, for which details can be found by clicking the links below.

Notice of Proposals

Notice of Proposal Plan

Statement of reasons

To support or object to the proposals, please write to Mr L Stevenson, Resources Directorate, at the address given in the Notice of Proposals or via email to, stating the reasons for the objection or otherwise by no later than 18 July 2019.

If you would like to discuss any technical aspect of the proposal, please contact the Council’s Highway Services Division on 0121 704 8004.

For more information on Solihull’s permanent, temporary or experimental Traffic Regulation Orders, please visit:

Road Nuisance In Tidbury Green

We need your help….
if we are to help you:
STOP the traffic nuisance on Norton Lane and adjoining roads.

The past year has seen the anticipated increase in lorry traffic due to the development of housing sites BUT the past 6 months has seen the daily nuisance from haulage companies based locally.

To support Solihull Council & Tidbury Green Parish Council in identifying and monitoring a potential increase in haulage firms expanding or setting up, we need your help.

This is possibly the ‘thin edge of the wedge.’.. and it needs to be stopped or controlled with appropriate access restrictions or licenses revoked and heavy penalties issued.

Unless this is controlled the nuisance will intensify.

For some residents this has reached unbearable levels of noise, vibration and danger to other road users, including pedestrians.

We need you to help identify those responsible for any misconduct by:

1- Record the offending vehicle’s registration.

2- Take a note of any company name or livery on the vehicle

3- Get the address of the operating site/ depot/ farm

4- Record the time of the vehicle passing your house

5- Take a note of the misconduct… is it nuisance from speed, noise, vibration from hitting the speed ramps or iron works, dangerous driving?

6- Record any additional information that might help such as 5 to 10 seconds video of offending vehicles or just take additional notes

Please then pass that information to the Commissioners Office of the DVSA by either: Sending a confidential email to or or making a confidential call on (Freephone) 0800 030 4103 between 7.30am and 6 pm.

They will then pass the report to the Intelligence Unit who will investigate accordingly. Finally, could you please tell us, the Parish Council, of the report that you have made so that we can work with the DVSA and the SMBC to try and find a solution to this growing problem here in our village?

Whatever your thoughts, please do something now.


Please keep us in the loop by sharing your reports. Email tidburygreenpc at