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Council issues dominate Selly Oak Report Back

Council issues dominate Selly Oak Report Back

Steve McCabe MP gets behind food counter colleagues

Steve McCabe MP gets behind food counter colleagues

Steve McCabe MP gets answers from Tesco over Stirchley store

Steve McCabe MP gets answers from Tesco over Stirchley store

Steve McCabe, MP for Birmingham Selly Oak, has been in touch with Tesco regarding progress on the proposed Stirchley store following revelations that the opening has been delayed until 2017.

Local favourite, Masalla Merchant impresses judges in Parliamentary Tiffin Cup Competition

Local favourite, Masalla Merchant impresses judges in Parliamentary Tiffin Cup Competition

Jobs for Billesley high on the agenda

Jobs for Billesley high on the agenda

Steve McCabe MP and Billesley Councillor Alex Buchanan organised the first stage of a Jobs Summit for Billesley by bringing together local community leaders for serious talks about jobs and employment.

8 months until D-Day for Kingswood Drive respite service

8 months until D-Day for Kingswood Drive respite service

Steve McCabe MP hosted one of his regular report back events at Selly Oak Methodist Church on Wednesday 27 August, where he talked about the work he has been doing over the summer period, this was followed by a lively question and answer session which was dominated by Council issues.  

Steve McCabe MP recently got behind Selly Oak’s Sainsbury’s local food counter to learn more about preparing food and serving local customers.

Steve was welcomed by Tom Bathurst, counters Team Leader at the deli, pizza and meat/fish counters. During his time on the job they covered the importance of safety and hygiene while preparing food as well as getting a few tips from trained colleagues on how to make an in store pizza.

 

Tesco representatives have told Steve they have still not acquired all the land needed to start demolition work on the site and there are still outstanding Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO) issues. They say that once these have been resolved they will publish a timetable for when work is expected to start and when they hope the store will open.

 

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