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Council To Consider 20 Affordable Homes Plan

aston lodge housing development plan

Fradley Estates has submitted a planning application to Stafford Borough Council to build 20 affordable houses on land off Saddlers Avenue, Aston Lodge A plan was submitted and rejected last summer to develop the brownfield land with 10 open market houses.  The reason for the initial rejection was that there was no requirement for any more “open market” properties, this ...

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Council looking for town centre ideas

Stone Traders Late Night Market

Stone Town Council has called a special General Purpose Committee meeting for Thursday 30th March to discuss issues in Stone town centre The meeting is being held from 7pm at the Christ Church Centre and will include representations from the town’s traders and A Little Bit of Stone have also asked to be able to speak at the meeting.  Members ...

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Town Council Agendas – 14th March 2017

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There’s a busy agenda for the town council tomorrow when they’ll be discussing the proposed changes to the parking around Stonefield park as well as discussions around the regeneration of the town centre. Full agendas below: A meeting of the GENERAL PURPOSES COMMITTEE will be held in Stone Station Community Centre, Station Approach, Stone on TUESDAY 14TH MARCH, 2017 at ...

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Council backs Crown Wharf Development Plans

Crown Wharf

Today Stone Town Council has revealed details of an exciting development that is being proposed for Crown Wharf, Stone. Stone Town Council has been approached by Joules Brewery and Stone Revellers members Leo Capernaros and Harri Bailey for their support with a project which would see the Brewery: Restore Wharfingers Cottage for use as a restaurant/coffee shop Create a Joules ...

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Town Council Planning Meeting – 17th January 2017

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A meeting of the PLANNING COMMITTEE will be held in the Council Chamber, 15, Station Road, Stone on TUESDAY 17TH JANUARY, 2017 at 7pm.   The Agenda is set out below, and I trust you will be able to attend.   Members are reminded that the Planning Applications are available for inspection in the office prior to meetings.                                                                                               ...

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Town Council Agenda – 1st November 2016

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  You are hereby summoned to attend a meeting of the TOWN COUNCIL, to be held in the Council Chamber, 15 Station Road, Stone, on TUESDAY 1ST NOVEMBER, 2016 at 7.00pm when the following business will be transacted. 1. To receive apologies for absence   2. Declarations of Interest and Requests for Dispensations   3. Representations from Members of the ...

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Stone Town Council returns to independent control

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Ian Fordham takes the Stonefield and Christchurch ward seat following the departure from the council of Councillor Lynne Bakker-Collier. Mr Fordham who stood as  a Stone Independent candidate against Trevor Mardling of the Conservatives and Pat Conlong from Labour. With just over a 14% turnout for last Thursdays election (15th September) the count was as follows: Ian Fordham – Stone ...

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Commonwealth flag to be raised in Stone High Street

Commonwealth flag

Stone Town Council will be raising the Commonwealth Flag in Stone High Street on Monday 14th March 2016. The flag-raising will be part of an event which will see more than 850 Commonwealth Flags raised in locations throughout the UK, Channel Islands, Isle of Man, UK Overseas Territories and Commonwealth countries on Commonwealth Day 2016. Heads of State, Prime Ministers and ...

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Stone Town Council meeting agendas – 4th June

PCC Matthew Ellis talks to councillors at the meeting.

Stone Town Council meetings will be held on Thursday 4th June. Three meetings will be held, starting at 7pm with a meeting of the full council, before meetings of the General Purposes Committee and Planning Committee. Members of the public can attend all meetings of the town council. The entrance is at the rear of the town council building in ...

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