SuperStirchley is a new group set up by residents of Stirchley and surrounding areas that is campaigning to keep Stirchley independent, and promote everything that’s good about Stirchley. Stirchley is currently threatened by two new supermarket developments to add to the one supermarket that we already have: TESCO have planning permission to build a store at Hazelwell Lane which will destroy all the buildings from Co-op funeral shop to Webbs Power Tools, and ASDA are proposing to build on industrial land at Fordhouse Lane, just 400m from the TESCO store. Whilst it is going through the planning process SuperStirchley will campaign against the ASDA proposal for the reasons given on the ‘about’ page. SuperStirchley will also aim to promote the independent shops that we already have on the high street and do what we can to attract inward investment in Stirchley by helping make it an attractive place for small businesses to move to. SuperStirchley has no formal organisational structure, we are just a group of local people that have met once – we will have an open meeting on the 28th June at 7.30pm (venue TBC) to discuss together how we take this campaign forward. Keep checking this website for details!