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Planning for housing, shops, offices and industry

Planning for new roads, schools and quarries

We deal with planning applications, policy and regulation for Staffordshire:

  • minerals and waste developments
     
  • our own developments for schools
     
  • new roads 

Other types of planning

For other types of planning such as housing, shops, offices, industry etc, please contact your district or borough council:

Stoke-on-Trent City Council

Staffordshire Moorlands District Council

Newcastle under Lyme Borough Council

Stafford Borough Council

East Staffordshire Borough Council

South Staffordshire Council

Cannock Chase District Council

Lichfield District Council

Tamworth Borough Council

 

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Latest environment news
Farmers fined for animal welfare offences

Farmers fined for animal welfare offences

Two farmers from Meerbrook in Leek have pleaded guilty to a series of animal welfare offenses.
Date:
11 October 2019
Pupils target drivers in anti-idling campaign

Pupils target drivers in anti-idling campaign

Pupils from Heath Hayes Primary Academy in Cannock are urging drivers to switch off their engines outside school as part of a new campaign to reduce air pollution.
Date:
09 October 2019
Successful deer deterrent scheme expanded

Successful deer deterrent scheme expanded

A successful scheme designed to prevent accidents involving deer by keeping them away from the road is being expanded.
Date:
09 October 2019
Nature area under new management

Nature area under new management

A Staffordshire beauty spot is to be managed by an internationally-renowned nature conservation charity.
Date:
23 September 2019

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