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Infrastructure Development Contacts

The Infrastructure Development & Improvements team forms part of the Highways and the Built County business area. 

Our postal address is:

Staffordshire County Council,
Infrastructure Development & Improvements
Third Floor, Staffordshire Place 1,
Tipping Street,
Stafford,
ST16 2LP

Staffordshire County Council, 
Third Floor,

No. 1 Staffordshire Place,

Tipping Street,
Stafford, 
ST16 2DH

Local Area Contacts

If you have any enquiries or comments relating to a specific area in the County, please contact the relevant district or borough council email address below:

Cannock Chase Email: transportdccannock@staffordshire.gov.uk

East Staffordshire Email: transportdceaststaffs@staffordshire.gov.uk

Lichfield Email: transportdclichfield@staffordshire.gov.uk

Newcastle Email: transportdcnewcastle@staffordshire.gov.uk

Peak District Email: transportdcpeakpark@staffordshire.gov.uk

South Staffordshire Email: transportdcsouthstaffs@staffordshire.gov.uk

Stafford Email: transportdcstafford@staffordshire.gov.uk

Staffordshire Moorlands Email: transportdcmoo@staffordshire.gov.uk  

Tamworth Email: transportdctamworth@staffordshire.gov.uk

 

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Latest transport news

Considerate parking plea to beauty spot visitors this weekend

People are being reminded to park considerately if visiting popular county beauty spots this weekend and not cause any obstruction.
Date:
29 May 2020

Main road improvements near new designer outlet move to next phase

Work to create access to a multi-million-pound designer outlet and improve surrounding roads will move to its next phase next month.
Date:
27 May 2020

Ten-year infrastructure plan to improve county walking and cycling network published

A plan to deliver improved cycling and walking networks and increase participation will need over £30million investment in towns across Staffordshire over the next decade.
Date:
20 May 2020

Statements on Secretary of State's approval of West Midlands Interchange freight rail hub South Staffordshire

Staffordshire County Council's cabinet member for economic growth Mark Winnington said: "The county council did not approve of this proposal due to its location in the South Staffordshire green belt. We were a consultee on the plans and have worked from the beginning to ensure Four Ashes Ltd does everything it can to mitigate its impact on local communities."
Date:
05 May 2020

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