Share your views on the future of Brierley Hill

People are being invited to discuss the long-term future of Brierley Hill as part of a seven-week consultation.

Dudley Council is hosting a series of in-person and virtual meetings for people to share their views on planning and development in Brierley Hill as part of the consultation, which runs until February 28.

The in-person discussions will be held at the indoor market in Brierley Hill High Street, and outside Asda in Merry Hill, on Thursday 17 February, from 10am to 4pm.

Virtual question and answer sessions, where people will be invited to submit questions prior to the meeting, will take place on Wednesday 16 February at 7pm and Monday 21 February at 4pm.

The meetings will be held as part of a consultation on the new Brierley Hill Plan, as a review of the existing Area Action Plan, which will provide direction for the future growth and regeneration of the area.

Topics for discussion include potential revisions to the plan boundary, what areas could be suitable for new housing development and which areas could be the focus of new tree planting and other landscape improvements. Councillor Simon Phipps, cabinet member for regeneration and enterprise, said:

"Getting out into the community and having conversations with people in Brierley Hill is a vital part of our consultation. I encourage residents, business owners, workers and community groups to come along to these meetings and help us to produce a plan that benefits everyone."

To book your place at one of the Q&A sessions and/or to submit questions, please email

To find out more information on the consultation, view documents and take part in the questionnaire, visit


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