Brindley Heath Parish Council

at the heart of Cannock Chase

Brindley Heath Parish Council supports the interests of residents living in the beautiful rural landscape of forest and heathland known as Cannock Chase

Planning

Planning Registers

 

Cannock Chase Council and Staffordshire County Council both maintain Planning Registers which contain all development proposals submitted for planning approval. As Local Planning Authority, Cannock Chase Council deal with the majority of planning applications in the Cannock district. Staffordshire County Council deal with planning applications for minerals and waste development and its own developments at schools, roads and in relation to other county owned buildings.  

Cannock Chase Council's Planning register (click: sentence starting 'View planning applications' (after reading terms and conditions) then click on 'Search for a Planning Application'. Type: Brindley Heath in Parish field (at the bottom)

 

Staffordshire County Council's Planning Register (Search Applications Register)


Reference Material

 Plain English guide to the planning system

Plain English guide to the planning system

 Planning Portal

Planning Portal

 Cannock Chase Council's Local Plan Part 2 (Consultation documentation)

Cannock Chase Council's Local Plan Part 2 (Consultation documentation)

 Cannock Chase Local Plan Part 1 (adopted in 2014)

Cannock Chase Local Plan Part 1 (adopted in 2014)

 Neighbourhood Planning

Neighbourhood Planning

 Planning Aid

Planning Aid

 Local Development Framework Interactive Policies Map

Local Development Framework Interactive Policies Map

 Local Development Framework

Local Development Framework

 How to Shape Where You Live

How to Shape Where You Live

 Good Councillor's Guide to Neighbourhood Planning

Good Councillor's Guide to Neighbourhood Planning

 Planning Explained

Planning Explained

 Cannock Chase AONB Management Plan 2014-19

Cannock Chase AONB Management Plan 2014-19

 Planning Inspectorate

Planning Inspectorate

 Material Planning Considerations

Material Planning Considerations

 How to Respond to Planning Applications

How to Respond to Planning Applications

 National Planning Policy Framework

National Planning Policy Framework

 Planning Help

Planning Help

 Dementia and Town Planning

Dementia and Town Planning

 Local Green Spaces

Local Green Spaces


Current Planning applications under consideration in Brindley Heath Parish


CH/16/144/B

The Tackeroo, Bracken Close, Hednesford

Discharge of condition 19 (community notice board) for planning permission CH/16/144

Observations are invited by Cannock Chase Council to 22 May 2018

Input CH/16/144/B in the Planning Reference Field  here


CH/18/081

Aldene, Stafford Brook Road, Rugeley

Demolition of existing dwelling and construction of replacement detached dwelling

Observations are invited to Cannock Chase Council by 30 March 2018

Input CH/18/081 in the Planning Reference Field here


CH/18/073

Field adjoining Wolseley Park Estate, Stafford Brook Road

Stable building and hardstanding

Observations are invited to Cannock Chase Council by 26 March 2018

Input CH/18/073 in the Planning Reference Field here


CH/18/063

Westring, Etching Hill Road, Rugeley

Retrospective application: Erection of carport on existing hardstanding

Observations are invited to Cannock Chase Council by 20 March 2018

Input CH/18/063 in the Planning Reference Field here


CH/18/056

Fallow Lodge, Kingsley Wood Road, Rugeley

Retrospective application: Demolition of existing shed. Erection of new shed (re-submission of application CH/17/426)

Observations are invited to Cannock Chase Council by 12 March 2018

Input CH/18/056 in the Planning Reference Field here


CH.16/05/709M

Rugeley Quarry, Wolseley Road, off Stafford Brook Road, Rugeley

Application not to comply with (to vary) conditions 2 and 8 of planning permission CH.00/0577 & S.40018 to revise the phasing of the working and restoration of Rugeley Quarry

Observations and comments are invited to Staffordshire County Council by 5 December 2017

Staffordshire County Council's Planning Register Page


CH.17/01/709 M

Rugeley Quarry, Wolseley Road, off Stafford Brook Road

Application not to comply with (to vary) condition 7 of planning permission CH.16/03/709 M regarding vehicle movements associated with the manufacture of topsoil at Rugeley Quarry

Notice of application received on 1 March 2017 and observations are invited to Staffordshire County Council by 21 March 2017

Staffordshire County Council's Planning Register Page

See the original planning application details CH.16/03/709 M


CH.16/05/709 M

Rugeley Quarry, Wolseley Road, off Stafford Brook Road, Rugeley

Application not to comply with (to vary) conditions 2 and 8 of planning permission CH.00/0577 & S.40018 to revise the phasing of the working and restoration at Rugeley Quarry

Notice of application received on 30 June 2016. Comments and observations invited within 21 days.

Staffordshire County Council's Planning Register page


Application Approved

CH/16/144

The Tackeroo, Bracken Close, Hednesford

Residential Development: erection of 13 x two bed apartments

Notice of application received on 20 April 2016. Comments on amended plans should be submitted to Cannock Chase District Council by 7 November 2016

Input CH/16/144 in the Planning Reference field here


Planning applications approved (Rugeley Quarry)


CH.16/08/709 M

Rugeley Quarry, Wolseley Road, off Stafford Brook Road, Rugeley

Application to amend condition 6 of planning application CH.00/0588 to allow H.D. Ricketts to continue to import a limited quantity of aggregates (circa 300 tonnes per week) from outside of Rugeley Quarry to be bagged at the plant. 

This Planning application was approved by Planning Committee on 2 February 2017

The Planning Officers reports are normally available five days before the committee meeting: Information on Meetings

Staffordshire County Council's Planning Register page

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CH.16/03/709 M

Rugeley Quarry, Wolseley Road, off Stafford Brook Road, Rugeley

Manufacture of topsoil by blending screened sand with PAS:100 compost using a wheeled loading shovel

This planning application was approved by Planning Committee on Thursday 3 November 2016 

The Planning Officers reports are normally available five days before the committee meeting: Information on Meetings

Staffordshire County Council's Planning Register page

More information