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Nurturing nature at Blythe Valley Park

As we make our way into Spring after a tumultuous 12 months since last Spring, we’d like to report on the ways in which Blythe Valley Park has and continues to nurture nature on site. We’ve previously reported on how we are kind to the planet through our onsite environmentally friendly practices; as the days are getting longer and evenings are getting lighter, we’d like to shed some light on our nurturing nature project we have ongoing onsite.

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Lounge Letting Sets New Records

One of the largest out of town lettings for nearly a decade on the M42 corridor has been secured by Sunday Times Fast Track 100’s highest ranking fashion firm in 2020 – underwear and apparel brand, Lounge.

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Be kind… to the Planet

Our last Wellness At Work blog piece was on World Kindness Day 2020, and included information on the importance of kindness, its benefit on our health and wellbeing, and tips on how to incorporate more kindness into our everyday lives – kindness towards others and ourselves. In this piece we’d like to shift your focus to the importance of being kind to the planet.

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Blythe Valley Park A7/A8 Enhanced Bus Service Update

From Monday 31st August an enhanced A7-A8 bus service commenced, serving Blythe Valley Park and the surrounding villages by Transport for West Midlands and operated by Landflight. This enhanced service still operates as a seven day a week service running from 6am through to 10pm during weekdays, providing bus travel to and from Blythe Valley
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Investment turns place-making vision into reality

One of the region’s largest investors is creating a £7.5m neighbourhood centre on its Blythe Valley Park (BVP) scheme, on junction 4 of the M42, to create a new focal point for the growing residential and commercial community. The site was already established as a high quality business environment by IM Properties (IMP), before beginning
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IM Land’s community ethos pays off for local school

A local school has benefited from IM Land’s commitment to delivering a sustainable new community at Blythe Valley Park (BVP) near Solihull with a £2,000 donation towards its online teaching programme. Cheswick Green Primary School is using the money from IM Land, the strategic land arm of IM Properties, to purchase new iPads to help
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