The role of Village Management is to ensure the unique character of the area is maintained. We strive to achieve this through the enforcement of covenants and delivery of high quality grounds maintenance.
Enforcement of Covenants
We use the legal powers granted by the covenants to ensure that the character of the area is preserved and protected.
Covenants require residents to perform certain actions, e.g. to apply for consent before altering their property and to maintain their property and gardens to a good standard. By enforcing these covenants, we ensure that Lawley Village remains a high quality development for all residents now and in the future.
The Environmental Technician also provides a presence in the community, working with residents to deal with issues and report residents’ concerns back to the estates team.
We perform litter picking across the whole development and grounds maintenance on the areas that have been transferred to us.
Many areas of public open space across the development will be transferred to us including courtyards, landscaped areas, flower beds, open spaces and verges. We will take responsibility for all aspects of repair and maintenance in these areas from grass cutting, to the lighting.
Those areas that have not been transferred to us remain the responsibility of the developers. Click here to view the Lawley Village Ownership plans.
If you live on the Taylor Wimpey Lawley Farm development you are not managed by Bournville Village Trust but by Trinity Estates. You can access their website here.
Click here to go to the Property Portal to view planning applications and related documents in the areas that we manage. In addition you can also check the progress of current planning applications and appeals and comment on applications awaiting decision, where appropriate
Please contact either Nicola Kennedy or Maria Rigby, Estate Officers on 01952 898524 or via email at LawleyStewardship@bvt.org.uk with any Estates related enquries.