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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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Blythe Valley Park becomes testbed for new green technology

IM Properties has teamed up with an award-winning, global tech firm to create a regional testbed for a new energy-saving streetlight system at Blythe Valley Park (BVP) in Solihull. Designed to reduce the use of electricity by up to 62.5%, the innovative smart system has been designed by Enzen, an occupier at BVP and winner
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M42 weekend part-closure 7th-10th August 2020

For our occupiers who are back in the office, please be aware of the upcoming M42 part-closure, which may affect your journey next week. The M42 will be closed between junctions 6 and 7A (northbound) and junctions 7 and 6 (southbound) after evening rush hour on Friday 7th August 2020, and will reopen before morning
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Java Lounge Reopening – Wednesday 1st July!

We are pleased to announce that Java Lounge at Blythe Valley Park is reopening its doors on Wednesday 1st July 2020! Java will initially be opening on a take-away service, but are looking to open for customers to eat-in on the 4th July.

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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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Blythe Valley Park Enlivenment Document

As businesses and our occupier community start to plan for their return to the office, we have been working with our onsite management team to prepare the park for your return. The Park Enlivenment document which is available to download to the right, gives an overview of what we’ve been working on during lockdown, and
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Kindness – Mental Health Awareness Week

This year’s Mental Health Awareness Week which took place in May focused on the theme of kindness. At BVP, we usually organise Wellness at Work events for our occupiers during Mental Health Awareness Week, however due to the current circumstances we were unable to do so. Instead, we wanted to do something kind for our
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Exercising your mind and body whilst at work (home edition)

Last year, we shared some tips for our occupiers to use at work to help maintain positive health through desk stretching, breathing techniques and brain exercise. In the current climate, with the majority of people working from home and settling into a new routine, we thought it was a good time to remind you of
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How can exercise and the outdoors improve mental health?

Following recent government announcements, including being allowed to exercise outside once a day, we wanted to give you some advice and information about how you can follow these guidelines at work and at home. Luckily at Blythe Valley Park we are surrounded by our 122-acre country park with walkways, cycle ways and lots of wildlife
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Take part in Earth Hour 2020! 🌍

This Saturday 28th March at 8.30pm, millions of people from around the world take part in Earth Hour! We wanted to encourage our occupiers at Blythe Valley Park to switch off the lights at the office for this years’ Earth Hour – but, just like everyone else across the world, we’re improvising with our current
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