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Meetings at county buildings

County buildings is a Grade II* listed building located in the centre of Stafford. With spacious, beautifully decorated rooms and an easy to access, town centre location - it might just be the perfect place for your next business meeting.

Exterior of County BuildingsWhat rooms are available?

The dining room

Seats 18 people

The Ivanovo room

Seats 18 people

The white room

Can be made into the following layouts:

  • Committee seating 25 people
  • Theatre seating 45 people
  • Cabaret seating 32 people
  • Scrutiny seating 20 people

The oak room

Can be made into the following layouts:

  • Committee seating 35 people
  • Theatre seating 90 people
  • Cabaret seating 54 people
  • Scrutiny seating 26 people

The council chamber

Seats 120 people with 20 public gallery seats

How much does it cost?

  • Office Hours: £30 per hour
  • Evenings: £40 per hour
  • Saturday: £50 per hour
  • Sunday and Bank Holidays: £60 per hour

Office hours are Monday - Thursday: 8.30am - 5.00pm and Friday: 8.30am - 4.30pm.

Prices shown exclude VAT.

Catering is available upon request, please ask for more information using the contact details at the bottom of the page.

Facilities and accessibility 

There is lift access from the ground to the first floor for visitors with mobility issues. 

A right hand access disabled WC is situated on the ground floor in the main corridor and a left hand access disabled WC is situated in the lobby next to the lift. Ladies and Gents WC are located on the first and ground floors with baby changing facilities located on the ground floor.

Please note: not all rooms are easily accessible for disabled customers. Please check upon enquiring.

Where is county buildings located?

County buildings can be found at County Buildings, Martin Street, Stafford ST16 2LE.

The building stands on a main high street and there are no external grounds between the building and the thoroughfare. The high street is pedestrianised, however, for deliveries and collections you are permitted to load and unload a vehicle in the main street before 10.00am and after 4.00pm.

If you are travelling by car, there are various places to park locally. Alternatively, Stafford train station is a 10 minute walk away and bus stops can be found around the town.

How do I book a room or find out more?

Please either call 01785 276222 or email countybuildings@staffordshire.gov.uk

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