Local Initiatives

Part of South Staffordshire Council's Climate Change Strategy is to raise awareness and encourage out communities to reduce their impact on the environment and act to collectively tackle climate change. 1,500 trees have been planted to the efforts of the Street Scene tree team, Cheslyn Hay leisure centre and the Friends of Bilbrook, 1,500 trees were planted on three sites across the district this week to help with the local response to climate change.

The native broad leaf trees are funded by the Urban Tree Challenge fund, and were planted at Strawberry Lane Cemetery, Stephenson's Drive Perton and Jubilee Wood Bilbrook. Thanks especially to the staff from Cheslyn Hay leisure centre, including Matt How, Jane Turner, Becky Worrall, Lee Hodgkinson, Jo Peel and Demi Holland.

Tree Planting

Data Protection

The Strategic Planning Team manages and maintains a register of persons who have an interest in local planning documents (Local Plan Database); those who wish to register land for future development on our Self and Custom Build Register and/or Strategic Housing and Employment Land Availability Assessment (SHELAA); and regarding Empty Properties, Warmer Homes and Good Life Energy. In order to do this in an effective way we will need to collect and use personal information about you.

For more information about how we process this data see Strategic Planning Team - Data Protection.

Contact

Get in touch


Address

South Staffs Council

Wolverhampton Road, Codsall

South Staffordshire

WV8 1PX

Show on map

Office Opening Times

Please visit us on www.sstaffs.gov.uk to review all our online support and options.