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Dudley Council the historic capital of the Black Country
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Standing on the border of the Black Country and Birmingham, Halesowen offers everything you would expect from a small to medium sized town whilst retaining the character and feel of the village it once was.

The vision for Halesowen Town Centre

Our vision statement is what Dudley Council and the community want to achieve through delivery of the Area Action Plan:

Halesowen benefits from having a compact and generally well presented and accessible Town Centre providing for local shopping and community activity. A key natural asset of the Town Centre is its position alongside the River Stour corridor. The Town Centre further benefits from a variety of historical features and open spaces. These assets will be maintained and enhanced. The Town Centre will succeed as a focus for retail activity and a range of other uses including employment, housing, leisure, entertainment, culture and tourism. The Town Centre will continue to be supported by effective and sustainable transport connections, and be accessible for all to visit and make use of its facilities. Above all, Halesowen will be a place that everyone will want to visit, work and live in and a centre in which people want to invest and do business.

Development Opportunity Sites

The Development Opportunity Sites have the potential to better contribute to the vitality, viability and quality of Halesowen Town Centre:

Development Opportunity sites identified: 

  • Pool Road Car Park
  • Trinity Point and High Street Car Park
  • Link House and Pioneer House
  • Little Cornbow
  • Fountain House

For full details on the opportunity areas and planned development and uses please see the Halesowen Area Action Plan.