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About Infrastructure Development and Improvements

The Infrastructure Development and Improvements team is made up of a number of specialists who carry out a variety of functions to support Developers and new development sites in the County. 

What does the team do?

The team consists of Highways Control who review and comment on new planning applications which impact on transport; Section Agreements who manage the adoption of newly constructed roads in the County and the client side of the strategic partnership between the County Council and Amey called Infrastructure Plus.

The Infrastructure Plus Design & Build Service

The innovative Infrastructure+ contract delivers a range of highway services including infrastructure management, transport planning, environmental services, structures design and maintenance and highway maintenance.

The design and build of the highway works for a new development can be delivered under the I+ contract. Using this end-to-end service can bring efficiencies and savings whereby, Amey Consulting can undertake the design and Amey Highways can undertake the construction of the works with both being fully aware of the Council’s specification, requirements and expectations. Selecting this option removes the need for a separate technical design check, significantly reducing time and costs for Developers through a more streamlined process.

For further details on this service please email AmeyDeveloperEnquiries@staffordshire.gov.uk

 

 

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