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We handle planning applications for minerals and waste development, and planning applications made by Staffordshire County Council for its own developments. 

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We use the following formats for application references:

County council development planning applications

District.Year/Number e.g. CH.18/01

Minerals and waste planning applications

District.Year/Number/Site Number<space>M for Mineral, W for Waste or MW for Mineral and Waste e.g. CH.18/01/721 MW

Detailed submissions

E.g. CH.18/01 D1 and CH.18/01/721 MW D1

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