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Chasewater Country Park ...

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Past election results

Past election results ...

Making a food safety complaint

Making a food safety complaint ...

About the Tourist Information Centre

About the Tourist Information Centre ...

What is the Enforcement Process?

What is the Enforcement Process? ...

Lichfield's twin cities

Lichfield's twin cities ...

How we determine future housing needs

How we determine future housing needs ...

Hawksyard Village section 106 consultation 2012

Hawksyard Village section 106 consultation 2012 ...

Guide to Black Bins

Guide to Black Bins ...

Valuation bands

Valuation bands ...

Land drainage

Land drainage ...

We can collect your bulky waste

We can collect your bulky waste ...

Who is liable for paying council tax?

Who is liable for paying council tax? ...

About council tax exemptions

About council tax exemptions ...

Burntwood Leisure Centre pool opening times

Burntwood Leisure Centre pool opening times ...

Good Neighbour Scheme for Whittington and Fisherwick

Good Neighbour Scheme for Whittington and Fisherwick ...

Apply for council tax discounts

Apply for council tax discounts ...

Do I need planning permission? - Smoking Shelters

Do I need planning permission? - Smoking Shelters ...

What happens if I don't pay my council tax?

What happens if I don't pay my council tax? ...

How can I appeal against my banding?

How can I appeal against my banding? ...

How to make an insurance claim against the council

How to make an insurance claim against the council ...

Sports Development

Sports Development ...

How we help to promote the district

How we help to promote the district ...

Personal and Premises Licences

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Facilities

Facilities ...

Lichfield District Strategic Partnership

Lichfield District Strategic Partnership ...

What to do after a death and bereavement

What to do after a death and bereavement ...

Find your local library

Find your local library ...

Retirement and pensions advice

Retirement and pensions advice ...

Find local health services

Find local health services ...

Being a carer

Being a carer ...

Moving here? A quick guide

Moving here? A quick guide ...

Disability Partnership Panel

Disability Partnership Panel ...

Councillor allowances

Councillor allowances ...

Our forward plan

Our forward plan ...

Having a baby - useful local info

Having a baby - useful local info ...

Parents handbook - transport, bullying, welfare tips and more

Parents handbook - transport, bullying, welfare tips and more ...

How the council works

How the council works ...

Looking for a Job

Looking for a Job ...

Holiday advice guides

Holiday advice guides ...

Freedom of information act

Freedom of information act ...

Victim support & witness support

Victim support & witness support ...

How to report an abandoned vehicle

How to report an abandoned vehicle ...

How are business rates calculated?

How are business rates calculated? ...

Walls, fences and gates

Walls, fences and gates ...

Mobile library services

Mobile library services ...

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Brownsfield Park

Brownsfield Park ...

The Garden of Remembrance

The Garden of Remembrance ...

Permitted Development Rights

Permitted Development Rights ...

The Development Control Team

The Development Control Team ...

Do I need Planning Permission?

Do I need Planning Permission? ...

About building conservation and urban design

About building conservation and urban design ...

Site management

Site management ...

The Heathland Link

The Heathland Link ...

Making a Planning Application

Making a Planning Application ...

Commenting on a Planning Application

Commenting on a Planning Application ...

Contacting the Development Control Team

Contacting the Development Control Team ...

Unauthorised Development in Lichfield District

Unauthorised Development in Lichfield District ...

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions ...

Planning Appeals

Planning Appeals ...

Neighbourhood Plans

Neighbourhood Plans ...

Proposals Maps and Insets

Proposals Maps and Insets ...

Who has to pay business rates?

Who has to pay business rates? ...

What types of businesses don't have to pay rates?

What types of businesses don't have to pay rates? ...

Can I get relief on my business rates?

Can I get relief on my business rates? ...

Register for a housing association home

Register for a housing association home ...

The Old Mining College Centre

The Old Mining College Centre ...

Community safety & the Lichfield District Safer Community Partnership

Community safety & the Lichfield District Safer Community Partnership ...

Report street lighting or road problems

Report street lighting or road problems ...

Local Plan: Environment, the Countryside and the Rural Economy

Local Plan: Environment, the Countryside and the Rural Economy ...

Implementation at Lichfield District Council

Implementation at Lichfield District Council ...

Chase Terrace Environmental Improvements - delivered

Chase Terrace Environmental Improvements - delivered ...

Petitions against Fit for the Future Phase One

Petitions against Fit for the Future Phase One ...

Development Planning In Lichfield District

Development Planning In Lichfield District ...

Supplementary Planning Documents

Supplementary Planning Documents ...

The Local Plan

The Local Plan ...

Local Plan: Background and Introduction

Local Plan: Background and Introduction ...

Food Hygiene Leaflets

Food Hygiene Leaflets ...

High Hedges Guidance

High Hedges Guidance ...

Downloadable forms

Downloadable forms ...

Our Biodiversity Strategy

Our Biodiversity Strategy ...

Keeping Dangerous Wild Animals

Keeping Dangerous Wild Animals ...

Local Plan: Conservation and Listed Buildings

Local Plan: Conservation and Listed Buildings ...

Local Plan: Housing

Local Plan: Housing ...

Local Plan: Employment and Tourism

Local Plan: Employment and Tourism ...

What are the benefits of working for Lichfield District Council?

What are the benefits of working for Lichfield District Council? ...

Projects we get involved with

Projects we get involved with ...

Local Plan: Recreation

Local Plan: Recreation ...

Local Plan: Shopping

Local Plan: Shopping ...

Local Plan: Transport

Local Plan: Transport ...

Squash Courts

Squash Courts ...

Local Plan: Social and Community Facilities

Local Plan: Social and Community Facilities ...

Local Plan: Burntwood Area

Local Plan: Burntwood Area ...

Interview hints and tips

Interview hints and tips ...

Local Plan: The Southern Area

Local Plan: The Southern Area ...

What if I don't pay my business rates?

What if I don't pay my business rates? ...

Important information for private landlords

Important information for private landlords ...

Report a problem with a rental property

Report a problem with a rental property ...

Useful Planning Links and Information

Useful Planning Links and Information ...

Dates of Planning Committee

Dates of Planning Committee ...

Local Plan: Northern Area

Local Plan: Northern Area ...

Local Plan: Notes and Appendices

Local Plan: Notes and Appendices ...

Local Plan: Development Control Policies

Local Plan: Development Control Policies ...

Local Plan: A38 Corridor and the Eastern Area

Local Plan: A38 Corridor and the Eastern Area ...

Local Plan: Lichfield

Local Plan: Lichfield ...

Information about Development Control

Information about Development Control ...

Find a meeting venue

Find a meeting venue ...

About housing benefit and council tax support

About housing benefit and council tax support ...

Southern Staffordshire Community Energy (SSCE)

Southern Staffordshire Community Energy (SSCE) ...

How we manage our performance

How we manage our performance ...

Multi purpose aerobic studios

Multi purpose aerobic studios ...

Lichfield Planning Document Library

Lichfield Planning Document Library ...

Contact the food safety team

Contact the food safety team ...

Our financial performance

Our financial performance ...

Homelessness review and strategy

Homelessness review and strategy ...

Service performance highlights - month by month

Service performance highlights - month by month ...

Service performance highlights by department

Service performance highlights by department ...

Our awards and accreditions

Our awards and accreditions ...

Planning Weekly List Archive

Planning Weekly List Archive ...

Unscheduled council tax direct debit

Unscheduled council tax direct debit ...

The Lichfield Business Improvement District (BID)

The Lichfield Business Improvement District (BID) ...

2004 Our Comprehensive Performance Assessment

2004 Our Comprehensive Performance Assessment ...

Food Business Registration

Food Business Registration ...

Fire safety in the workplace

Fire safety in the workplace ...

Home safety

Home safety ...

A Community Strategy for the District of Lichfield 2004 - 2005

A Community Strategy for the District of Lichfield 2004 - 2005 ...

European elections

European elections ...

Health suite

Health suite ...

Citizen's Advice Bureaux

Citizen's Advice Bureaux ...

Planning for an evacuation of Lichfield City centre

Planning for an evacuation of Lichfield City centre ...

Fusion Credit Union - a great way to save and borrow

Fusion Credit Union - a great way to save and borrow ...

Debt advice services

Debt advice services ...

Multi Faith Calendar

Multi Faith Calendar ...

Paying our suppliers

Paying our suppliers ...

Racial discrimination, harrassment or abuse

Racial discrimination, harrassment or abuse ...

Support for disabled people

Support for disabled people ...

About our approach

About our approach ...

Chief executive and leadership team

Chief executive and leadership team ...

Boundary review

Boundary review ...

Credit card surcharge - 2%

Credit card surcharge - 2% ...

Walk your way to a healthy life

Walk your way to a healthy life ...

Babysitting & childminder services and advice

Babysitting & childminder services and advice ...

Contact social services

Contact social services ...

Our community transport scheme

Our community transport scheme ...

Advice on preventing falls

Advice on preventing falls ...

A business overview of Lichfield District

A business overview of Lichfield District ...

NHS Direct

NHS Direct ...

Sports

Sports ...

Holistic Therapy at Burntwood Leisure Centre

Holistic Therapy at Burntwood Leisure Centre ...

Littering FAQs

Littering FAQs ...

Report a dead animal online

Report a dead animal online ...

The River Mease Partnership

The River Mease Partnership ...

Licensing Policy

Licensing Policy ...

Positive Futures (activities for 10 - 19 year olds in Burntwood)

Positive Futures (activities for 10 - 19 year olds in Burntwood) ...

Register to carry out acupuncture, tattooing, ear-piercing and/or electrolysis

Register to carry out acupuncture, tattooing, ear-piercing and/or electrolysis ...

Parish forum

Parish forum ...

AWP Permits - Gambling Act 2005

AWP Permits - Gambling Act 2005 ...

Health and safety information for businesses

Health and safety information for businesses ...

Saturday Init (activities for ages 11 - 19)

Saturday Init (activities for ages 11 - 19) ...

Dog and Cat Boarding Establishments

Dog and Cat Boarding Establishments ...

Dog Breeding Establishments

Dog Breeding Establishments ...

Door Supervisor

Door Supervisor ...

Food Business Registration

Food Business Registration ...

Lichfield Scrap Barn, adapted IT equipment enabling disabled people to access work based learning opportunities

Lichfield Scrap Barn, adapted IT equipment enabling disabled people to access work based learning opportunities ...

Apply for a taxi driver and/or vehicle licence

Apply for a taxi driver and/or vehicle licence ...

House to House Collections

House to House Collections ...

Apply for funding to adapt or repair your home

Apply for funding to adapt or repair your home ...

Disabled adaptations advice and grants

Disabled adaptations advice and grants ...

Home repair advice and grants

Home repair advice and grants ...

Contact our business support team

Contact our business support team ...

About trading standards

About trading standards ...

New Grant Allocation Procedure

New Grant Allocation Procedure ...

CCTV across the district

CCTV across the district ...

Shopmobility - a great way to get around Lichfield

Shopmobility - a great way to get around Lichfield ...

Our affordable warmth strategy

Our affordable warmth strategy ...

What if I think my rateable value is too high?

What if I think my rateable value is too high? ...

Report a change in your circumstances

Report a change in your circumstances ...

Public toilets locations

Public toilets locations ...

Markets

Markets ...

Extra financial help (discretionary payments)

Extra financial help (discretionary payments) ...

Shared ownership

Shared ownership ...

Community Rights - what you need to know

Community Rights - what you need to know ...

Empty properties

Empty properties ...

Can we backdate your claim?

Can we backdate your claim? ...

How to dispute or appeal a decision

How to dispute or appeal a decision ...

What council does what?

What council does what? ...

Contact the benefits team

Contact the benefits team ...

Local schools, colleges and university

Local schools, colleges and university ...

Minster Pool & Walk

Minster Pool & Walk ...

Stowe Fields and Stowe Pool

Stowe Fields and Stowe Pool ...

Lichfield Cathedral & The Close

Lichfield Cathedral & The Close ...

Our procurement policy

Our procurement policy ...

Fradley and Streethay Parish Council Election

Fradley and Streethay Parish Council Election ...

Achieving best value

Achieving best value ...

Local Plan: Strategy Representations

Local Plan: Strategy Representations ...

Prices and booking

Prices and booking ...

Download our housing strategies

Download our housing strategies ...

Step-by-step guide to making an e-petition

Step-by-step guide to making an e-petition ...

Room to grow: rent your spare room and share your life skills

Room to grow: rent your spare room and share your life skills ...

Housing advice online leaflets

Housing advice online leaflets ...

Staffordshire Police & Crime Commissioner

Staffordshire Police & Crime Commissioner ...

Developing affordable housing

Developing affordable housing ...

M6 Toll

M6 Toll ...

Energy efficiency advice and grants

Energy efficiency advice and grants ...

Energy saving advice

Energy saving advice ...

Contact the personnel team

Contact the personnel team ...

Roadworks in the district

Roadworks in the district ...

Lichfield District Safer Community Partnership

Lichfield District Safer Community Partnership ...

Sign up for food alerts

Sign up for food alerts ...

Roads in Lichfield District

Roads in Lichfield District ...

Lichfield Connects: How we want to serve you

Lichfield Connects: How we want to serve you ...

Recent Projects

Recent Projects ...

Report a street that needs cleaning

Report a street that needs cleaning ...

Street Trading Consent

Street Trading Consent ...

Private Hire Operator

Private Hire Operator ...

Prices and booking

Prices and booking ...

Please tell us if you are moving home or moving here

Please tell us if you are moving home or moving here ...

What happens to the waste you recycle?

What happens to the waste you recycle? ...

Sustainable Environment Partnership

Sustainable Environment Partnership ...

Lichfield area forum

Lichfield area forum ...

Youth Forum

Youth Forum ...

Green Apple Award for Environmental Best Practice

Green Apple Award for Environmental Best Practice ...

Swimming pools

Swimming pools ...

Sports hall

Sports hall ...

Squash courts

Squash courts ...

Outdoor sports

Outdoor sports ...

Our third-generation synthetic turf pitch

Our third-generation synthetic turf pitch ...

intouch - our community magazine

intouch - our community magazine ...

Meeting room

Meeting room ...

Lichfield Garrick theatre

Lichfield Garrick theatre ...

Individual membership packages

Individual membership packages ...

Local and national trains

Local and national trains ...

Exercise class studio

Exercise class studio ...

Policing and Public Safety

Policing and Public Safety ...

Classes and timetables

Classes and timetables ...

Opening Times

Opening Times ...

Family membership package

Family membership package ...

Classes and Timetables

Classes and Timetables ...

Local buses

Local buses ...

Tumble Teddies

Tumble Teddies ...

Sports Hall

Sports Hall ...

Function Rooms

Function Rooms ...

Synthetic Pitch

Synthetic Pitch ...

Solaria

Solaria ...

Leisure Activity Passport

Leisure Activity Passport ...

Lichfield Arts

Lichfield Arts ...

Data protection act

Data protection act ...

Southern Staffordshire Partnership

Southern Staffordshire Partnership ...

How we detect and prevent benefit fraud

How we detect and prevent benefit fraud ...

Building Services Awards

Building Services Awards ...

Office of the Deputy Prime Minister - Sustainable Communities Awards

Office of the Deputy Prime Minister - Sustainable Communities Awards ...

Building of the Year

Building of the Year ...

Institute of Public Relations Excellence Awards

Institute of Public Relations Excellence Awards ...

Coaching sessions

Coaching sessions ...

Swimming pool opening times

Swimming pool opening times ...

Sports Hall

Sports Hall ...

Zoo establishment licence

Zoo establishment licence ...

Squash Courts

Squash Courts ...

Outdoor multi-use games area

Outdoor multi-use games area ...

Street Collection Permits

Street Collection Permits ...

Lottery

Lottery ...

Scrap Metal

Scrap Metal ...

Horse riding establishment licence

Horse riding establishment licence ...

Private Hire Vehicles

Private Hire Vehicles ...

Children's Activities at King Edward VI Leisure Centre

Children's Activities at King Edward VI Leisure Centre ...

Samuel Johnson Museum

Samuel Johnson Museum ...

Adult Activities at King Edward VI Leisure Centre

Adult Activities at King Edward VI Leisure Centre ...

Bar and catering

Bar and catering ...

The Johnson Society

The Johnson Society ...

Pet Shop

Pet Shop ...

Compliments, Comments and Complaints

Compliments, Comments and Complaints ...

Conservation areas in Lichfield District

Conservation areas in Lichfield District ...

About listed buildings

About listed buildings ...

Register of Listed buildings in Lichfield District

Register of Listed buildings in Lichfield District ...

Cllr Mike Wilcox's Leaders' Blog

Cllr Mike Wilcox's Leaders' Blog ...

Bus passes

Bus passes ...

Contact the housing team

Contact the housing team ...

Coaches

Coaches ...

Planning application register 2005

Planning application register 2005 ...

Personal safety tips and hints

Personal safety tips and hints ...

Contact your parish council

Contact your parish council ...

Our annual audit letters and reports

Our annual audit letters and reports ...

Our statement of accounts & summaries of accounts

Our statement of accounts & summaries of accounts ...

Beacon Park Retirement Village

Beacon Park Retirement Village ...

Help we offer local groups

Help we offer local groups ...

Apply for pension credits

Apply for pension credits ...

View our lost and found dogs register

View our lost and found dogs register ...

Apply for housing benefit and council tax support

Apply for housing benefit and council tax support ...

How we plan for emergencies

How we plan for emergencies ...

Advice and tips on bad weather driving

Advice and tips on bad weather driving ...

Local radio stations

Local radio stations ...

Applying for school places

Applying for school places ...

Educational support for children in care

Educational support for children in care ...

Transport Planning and Consultation

Transport Planning and Consultation ...

Reserve, renew or order books online

Reserve, renew or order books online ...

Christmas & New Year 2014/2015 opening hours

Christmas & New Year 2014/2015 opening hours ...

What to do in an emergency

What to do in an emergency ...

Our 2012 Olympic Legacy Pledge

Our 2012 Olympic Legacy Pledge ...

Motoring advice and tips

Motoring advice and tips ...

Local tips (household recycling centres)

Local tips (household recycling centres) ...

Find a local club - from sports and sewing through to cooking

Find a local club - from sports and sewing through to cooking ...

Gambling Licensing

Gambling Licensing ...

Our commercial waste service for businesses

Our commercial waste service for businesses ...

Brown & white tourism signs

Brown & white tourism signs ...

Local offices and opening times

Local offices and opening times ...

What band am I in?

What band am I in? ...

Lichfield City Football Club car park

Lichfield City Football Club car park ...

Online benefits calculator

Online benefits calculator ...

History of Lichfield District Council House

History of Lichfield District Council House ...

Becoming a councillor

Becoming a councillor ...

Prices and booking

Prices and booking ...

Pit Pony Miner project in Burntwood

Pit Pony Miner project in Burntwood ...

Lichfield District Tourism Guides

Lichfield District Tourism Guides ...

Allocation of Land - Omission Sites

Allocation of Land - Omission Sites ...

Bromford Living housing association

Bromford Living housing association ...

Light Fantastic

Light Fantastic ...

Police and Crime Commissioner elections - 15 November 2012

Police and Crime Commissioner elections - 15 November 2012 ...

Lichfield Historic Parks Project

Lichfield Historic Parks Project ...

Clinical waste collections

Clinical waste collections ...

Noise from scrap metal collectors

Noise from scrap metal collectors ...

Compulsory Purchase Order

Compulsory Purchase Order ...

Interactive Local Plan

Interactive Local Plan ...

Pay online

Pay online ...

Female Beauty Project

Female Beauty Project ...

Terms and Conditions for Petitions

Terms and Conditions for Petitions ...

Local media

Local media ...

Core Strategy pre-examination changes

Core Strategy pre-examination changes ...

Spotless Streets Campaign

Spotless Streets Campaign ...

Information for disabled travellers

Information for disabled travellers ...

Coaching courses

Coaching courses ...

Sustainable Development

Sustainable Development ...

Improvement & Efficiency West Midlands

Improvement & Efficiency West Midlands ...

Petition terms and conditions

Petition terms and conditions ...

Protocol for Pre-application Discussions on Planning Applications

Protocol for Pre-application Discussions on Planning Applications ...

Greenhill Junction environmental improvements

Greenhill Junction environmental improvements ...

What you get for your Council Tax

What you get for your Council Tax ...

Where else does your money go?

Where else does your money go? ...

Why has my bill increased?

Why has my bill increased? ...

Could you pay less?

Could you pay less? ...

Pathway Project

Pathway Project ...

Scheme of delegated planning powers

Scheme of delegated planning powers ...

Licences for homes in multiple occupation

Licences for homes in multiple occupation ...

Your View questionniare - the results are in

Your View questionniare - the results are in ...

Issues affecting your property

Issues affecting your property ...

Building a thriving economy

Building a thriving economy ...

The smoking ban enforcement

The smoking ban enforcement ...

The Lichfield District Compact

The Lichfield District Compact ...

Our 2006 Beacon Council Awards

Our 2006 Beacon Council Awards ...

Welfare advice for people in care homes or people receiving care in their homes

Welfare advice for people in care homes or people receiving care in their homes ...

Board vacancy: Sport Across Staffordshire & Stoke-on-Trent

Board vacancy: Sport Across Staffordshire & Stoke-on-Trent ...

The Planning Portal

The Planning Portal ...

Ways you can pay your council tax bill

Ways you can pay your council tax bill ...

Solid Wall Insulation

Solid Wall Insulation ...

Reporting a breach of planning control

Reporting a breach of planning control ...

Tours of Lichfield & the District

Tours of Lichfield & the District ...

Home composting

Home composting ...

Help us to improve our website

Help us to improve our website ...

Universal credit

Universal credit ...

Burntwood Business Committee & Totally Locally

Burntwood Business Committee & Totally Locally ...

Leisure summer offers

Leisure summer offers ...

Allotments

Allotments ...

Make sure your business is prepared for an emergency

Make sure your business is prepared for an emergency ...

Clubs and societies

Clubs and societies ...

Book a pest control service

Book a pest control service ...

Contact our environmental health team

Contact our environmental health team ...

Recycle your paint!

Recycle your paint! ...

How we monitor air quality

How we monitor air quality ...

Boost Tourism Locally

Boost Tourism Locally ...

Food safety at Christmas

Food safety at Christmas ...

Dog owners' responsibilities

Dog owners' responsibilities ...

Why do we collect stray dogs?

Why do we collect stray dogs? ...

What to do if your dog goes missing

What to do if your dog goes missing ...

What happens if we find your lost dog

What happens if we find your lost dog ...

What to do if you find a stray dog

What to do if you find a stray dog ...

What happens to uncollected dogs?

What happens to uncollected dogs? ...

Microchipping your dog

Microchipping your dog ...

Swimming in open water - It's not a game

Swimming in open water - It's not a game ...

Staffordshire community watchdog scheme

Staffordshire community watchdog scheme ...

Monthly performance indicators - April 2006 - January 2007

Monthly performance indicators - April 2006 - January 2007 ...

Planning Application Validation Requirements

Planning Application Validation Requirements ...

How to pay the council

How to pay the council ...

How to contact our external auditor

How to contact our external auditor ...

Local code of corporate governance

Local code of corporate governance ...

Our budget book

Our budget book ...

Useful links

Useful links ...

Council Leader, Deputy Leader & Cabinet

Council Leader, Deputy Leader & Cabinet ...

Planning Committee

Planning Committee ...

Interactive district maps - car parks, parks, tips, heritage

Interactive district maps - car parks, parks, tips, heritage ...

Libraries in the district

Libraries in the district ...

Heritage trail

Heritage trail ...

Enforcement Notices Recently Issued

Enforcement Notices Recently Issued ...

Promotional opportunities for tourism businesses

Promotional opportunities for tourism businesses ...

Lichfield District Tourism Association

Lichfield District Tourism Association ...

What happens when you submit a planning application

What happens when you submit a planning application ...

What happens when you submit a planning application

What happens when you submit a planning application ...

Help and support for private landlords

Help and support for private landlords ...

Burntwood Park

Burntwood Park ...

Photos from our Section 106 2012 event

Photos from our Section 106 2012 event ...

Staffordshire Police

Staffordshire Police ...

Fire safety in the home

Fire safety in the home ...

Lichfield's Heritage Trail

Lichfield's Heritage Trail ...

Play Strategy (2007 - 2012)

Play Strategy (2007 - 2012) ...

Permitted Development Limits

Permitted Development Limits ...

Our online planning register

Our online planning register ...

Street naming and numbering

Street naming and numbering ...

St Paul’s Church Centre Refurbishment

St Paul’s Church Centre Refurbishment ...

Thank you for filling out our survey

Thank you for filling out our survey ...

Register to vote

Register to vote ...

The electoral register

The electoral register ...

Register for a postal vote

Register for a postal vote ...

Proxy voting

Proxy voting ...

Environmental permitting regulations

Environmental permitting regulations ...

Search the enforcement register

Search the enforcement register ...

Development Control Document Charges

Development Control Document Charges ...

The Friary redevelopment

The Friary redevelopment ...

Sandbags policy

Sandbags policy ...

What to do in a flood

What to do in a flood ...

After a flood - top tips

After a flood - top tips ...

Want help to stop smoking?

Want help to stop smoking? ...

Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL)

Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) ...

Regenerate The Riddings

Regenerate The Riddings ...

After a flood FAQs

After a flood FAQs ...

Current flood warnings

Current flood warnings ...

If you think you may become homeless

If you think you may become homeless ...

Saxon Hill Community Café Phase 1 and Phase 2

Saxon Hill Community Café Phase 1 and Phase 2 ...

Donate (don't dump) old household items

Donate (don't dump) old household items ...

Lichfield District Core Strategy

Lichfield District Core Strategy ...

Anti-social behaviour

Anti-social behaviour ...

Family Information Service

Family Information Service ...

Common Assessment Framework

Common Assessment Framework ...

Help and support for private tenants

Help and support for private tenants ...

Useful links for landlords

Useful links for landlords ...

Useful links for tenants

Useful links for tenants ...

Our publication scheme

Our publication scheme ...

Kitchen Caddies

Kitchen Caddies ...

How long can enforcement action be taken?

How long can enforcement action be taken? ...

Enforcement Notices

Enforcement Notices ...

Breach of Condition Notices

Breach of Condition Notices ...

Injunctions

Injunctions ...

Enforcement Policy

Enforcement Policy ...

If you are homeless now

If you are homeless now ...

What to expect from the homelessness service

What to expect from the homelessness service ...

Guidance for homelessness applicants

Guidance for homelessness applicants ...

Your right to an appeal

Your right to an appeal ...

Family membership package

Family membership package ...

Pay-as-you-go membership packages

Pay-as-you-go membership packages ...

Individual membership packages

Individual membership packages ...

Pay-as-you-go packages

Pay-as-you-go packages ...

Activity Room Timetable

Activity Room Timetable ...

2007 - 2008

2007 - 2008 ...

Half year report on performance 2007/8

Half year report on performance 2007/8 ...

Annual Report on Performance to Members

Annual Report on Performance to Members ...

National Fraud Initiative

National Fraud Initiative ...

Council tax discounts and exemptions for the bereaved

Council tax discounts and exemptions for the bereaved ...

About band reductions for disabled people

About band reductions for disabled people ...

Local Wildlife and Environment Volunteer Groups

Local Wildlife and Environment Volunteer Groups ...

Events in the parks

Events in the parks ...

Chase Terrace Park

Chase Terrace Park ...

Chase View Park

Chase View Park ...

Chasetown Memorial Park

Chasetown Memorial Park ...

Christian Fields

Christian Fields ...

Darnford Park

Darnford Park ...

Prince's Park

Prince's Park ...

Redwood Park

Redwood Park ...

Saddlers Wood, Lichfield

Saddlers Wood, Lichfield ...

Shortbutts Park

Shortbutts Park ...

Stychbrook Park

Stychbrook Park ...

Greater Birmingham & Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership

Greater Birmingham & Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership ...

Lichfield Proms in Beacon Park

Lichfield Proms in Beacon Park ...

BLC refurbish the Tennis Courts

BLC refurbish the Tennis Courts ...

Council tax leaflet for residents

Council tax leaflet for residents ...

A plan for Lichfield District 2012 - 2016 (our strategic plan)

A plan for Lichfield District 2012 - 2016 (our strategic plan) ...

Roadside pitches available for hire

Roadside pitches available for hire ...

City centre paving

City centre paving ...

Local housing allowance (for private tenants and landlords)

Local housing allowance (for private tenants and landlords) ...

Evidence Base

Evidence Base ...

Pre-application Guidance

Pre-application Guidance ...

Frequently asked questions about the boundary review

Frequently asked questions about the boundary review ...

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Find businesses in Lichfield City with www.inspiringlichfield.co.uk ...

Partnership Update

Partnership Update ...

This year's council tax increase (2014 - 2015)

This year's council tax increase (2014 - 2015) ...

Complaints about councillors

Complaints about councillors ...

Light pollution from external artificial lighting

Light pollution from external artificial lighting ...

Small Business Saturday - 6 December 2014

Small Business Saturday - 6 December 2014 ...

Staffordshire Prepared: Get advice on current emergencies

Staffordshire Prepared: Get advice on current emergencies ...

Stay Safe festive calendar

Stay Safe festive calendar ...

About personal accounts

About personal accounts ...

Evolve Fitness

Evolve Fitness ...

Flexible fostering campaign

Flexible fostering campaign ...

Japanese Knotweed

Japanese Knotweed ...

Property Health Checks

Property Health Checks ...

BVPI Annual Out Turn Report

BVPI Annual Out Turn Report ...

Equality Impact Assessments

Equality Impact Assessments ...

Find businesses in Burntwood with Totally Locally WS7

Find businesses in Burntwood with Totally Locally WS7 ...

Closure of Burton Old Road and car park

Closure of Burton Old Road and car park ...

Couples membership packages

Couples membership packages ...

Locality Commissioning – application deadline 9am Friday 2 January 2015

Locality Commissioning – application deadline 9am Friday 2 January 2015 ...

Open Government Licence

Open Government Licence ...

Parks and Open Spaces Tree Survey

Parks and Open Spaces Tree Survey ...

Book a personal trainers

Book a personal trainers ...

Lichfield District Safer Community Partnership Community Safety Priorities

Lichfield District Safer Community Partnership Community Safety Priorities ...

Our shared services and service delivery partnerships

Our shared services and service delivery partnerships ...

Rough sleepers - severe weather emergency protocol

Rough sleepers - severe weather emergency protocol ...

Lichfield Town Team

Lichfield Town Team ...

Social Bookmarking

Social Bookmarking ...

Stoke on Trent and Staffordshire Local Enterprise Partnership

Stoke on Trent and Staffordshire Local Enterprise Partnership ...

Staffordshire Hoard website

Staffordshire Hoard website ...

Protocol for Elected Member Engagement in Pre-Application Planning Discussions

Protocol for Elected Member Engagement in Pre-Application Planning Discussions ...

Developing public artworks

Developing public artworks ...

Proud to be a fair trade city

Proud to be a fair trade city ...

Book a free taster session

Book a free taster session ...

How do I avoid parking tickets?

How do I avoid parking tickets? ...

Become a fan of us on Facebook

Become a fan of us on Facebook ...

Love Your Pool

Love Your Pool ...

Trees on public land

Trees on public land ...

Swimming lessons

Swimming lessons ...

Protect your home and possessions

Protect your home and possessions ...

Recycle your Christmas tree

Recycle your Christmas tree ...

Get out of debt or manage your money better

Get out of debt or manage your money better ...

Petition: Broadcast all meetings over the internet

Petition: Broadcast all meetings over the internet ...

Police & Crime Commissioner

Police & Crime Commissioner ...

Inspire data sets

Inspire data sets ...

A quick guide to parking restrictions

A quick guide to parking restrictions ...

Darnford Park Woodland Improvement Works

Darnford Park Woodland Improvement Works ...

Worried about becoming homeless?

Worried about becoming homeless? ...

Fire service strikes

Fire service strikes ...

Make sure you can vote in the European Elections

Make sure you can vote in the European Elections ...

Local grit bins

Local grit bins ...

Leisure Day

Leisure Day ...

Lichfield District Council gets tweeting!

Lichfield District Council gets tweeting! ...

A-boards code of practice

A-boards code of practice ...

Community Chest

Community Chest ...

Refurbishment of Frank Halfpenny Hall

Refurbishment of Frank Halfpenny Hall ...

Fit for the future - our change programme

Fit for the future - our change programme ...

Land searches fees and charges

Land searches fees and charges ...

Parking Fines

Parking Fines ...

How do I appeal a parking ticket?

How do I appeal a parking ticket? ...

Panna Football

Panna Football ...

About local land charges

About local land charges ...

Buy a season ticket

Buy a season ticket ...

Starting up a food business

Starting up a food business ...

Enforcement

Enforcement ...

Complaints about food and food businesses

Complaints about food and food businesses ...

Food poisoning

Food poisoning ...

Food sampling

Food sampling ...

Training and education

Training and education ...

Get food safety inspection reports

Get food safety inspection reports ...

Request a search

Request a search ...

Halls for hire across the district

Halls for hire across the district ...

Taxi rules in Lichfield City centre

Taxi rules in Lichfield City centre ...

What happens to the waste we recycle?

What happens to the waste we recycle? ...

Erasmus Darwin Statue

Erasmus Darwin Statue ...

Help us to make our roads safer for motorcyclists

Help us to make our roads safer for motorcyclists ...

Public art audit - can you help?

Public art audit - can you help? ...

Guidance on keeping farm animals in your back garden

Guidance on keeping farm animals in your back garden ...

Sponsor Proms in Beacon Park and get your business noticed!

Sponsor Proms in Beacon Park and get your business noticed! ...

How we can help rough sleepers

How we can help rough sleepers ...

Ordnance Survey maps for sale

Ordnance Survey maps for sale ...

St Johns churchyard - Burntwood - Resurface the driveway entrance

St Johns churchyard - Burntwood - Resurface the driveway entrance ...

Resurface the driveway entrance at Redwood Park

Resurface the driveway entrance at Redwood Park ...

Sign up for bin alerts

Sign up for bin alerts ...

How we select our suppliers

How we select our suppliers ...

Can you recycle aerosol cans in your blue bin?

Can you recycle aerosol cans in your blue bin? ...

Locality Working

Locality Working ...

Jigsaw Shop

Jigsaw Shop ...

Support from 'Solutions for Business'

Support from 'Solutions for Business' ...

Swimfit

Swimfit ...

Ward and Parish maps

Ward and Parish maps ...

Our financial regulations

Our financial regulations ...

Great value children's parties with 'Party On'

Great value children's parties with 'Party On' ...

St Marys Alleyway Gating Project

St Marys Alleyway Gating Project ...

Planning Applications widget

Planning Applications widget ...

See the Staffordshire Hoard at Lichfield Cathedral

See the Staffordshire Hoard at Lichfield Cathedral ...

Open data

Open data ...

Temporary Street closures

Temporary Street closures ...

Burntwood Rugby Club Extension

Burntwood Rugby Club Extension ...

Stowecroft Play Trail

Stowecroft Play Trail ...

Our nine priorities

Our nine priorities ...

Find your councillor

Find your councillor ...

Fazeley Town Hall renewal

Fazeley Town Hall renewal ...

Car Litter

Car Litter ...

Help with rates for small businesses

Help with rates for small businesses ...

Burntwood Leisure Centre feedback

Burntwood Leisure Centre feedback ...

Refurbishment of 1st Lichfield Scouts premises

Refurbishment of 1st Lichfield Scouts premises ...

Submissions for Potential Strategic Allocations

Submissions for Potential Strategic Allocations ...

Who's standing as a county council candidate in your area?

Who's standing as a county council candidate in your area? ...

Bogus callers - warning

Bogus callers - warning ...

Couples membership package

Couples membership package ...

Stychbrook Park car park extension

Stychbrook Park car park extension ...

CHADS. Handicapped and Disabled educational study room refurbishment

CHADS. Handicapped and Disabled educational study room refurbishment ...

Join or set up a local environment group

Join or set up a local environment group ...

Petition: Bring back into use the reported 1,258 empty homes in the district before building new ones

Petition: Bring back into use the reported 1,258 empty homes in the district before building new ones ...

Petition: Reduce the speed limit on Blake Street (B74 4EX) to 30 mph

Petition: Reduce the speed limit on Blake Street (B74 4EX) to 30 mph ...

Petition: Bring back the Regal Cinema to its former glory and cinematic purpose

Petition: Bring back the Regal Cinema to its former glory and cinematic purpose ...

Petition: Create a full-sized skatepark built in the centre of Lichfield

Petition: Create a full-sized skatepark built in the centre of Lichfield ...

Contact our team before carrying out tree works

Contact our team before carrying out tree works ...

Submission of the Lichfield Distict Local Plan: Our Strategy

Submission of the Lichfield Distict Local Plan: Our Strategy ...

Step-by-step guide to making a paper petition

Step-by-step guide to making a paper petition ...

Rejected petitions

Rejected petitions ...

Closed petitions

Closed petitions ...

Open petitions

Open petitions ...

Community land trusts

Community land trusts ...

Voice it

Voice it ...

Personal independence payments

Personal independence payments ...

Get fit for less!

Get fit for less! ...

Finding a business property

Finding a business property ...

This year's performance documents

This year's performance documents ...

Park Memorial Items

Park Memorial Items ...

Call for sites

Call for sites ...

Report littering online

Report littering online ...

Dog Fouling

Dog Fouling ...

Community Rights - how to nominate or bid for an asset

Community Rights - how to nominate or bid for an asset ...

Welfare changes leaflet 2013

Welfare changes leaflet 2013 ...

Safeguarding children and vulnerable adults

Safeguarding children and vulnerable adults ...

Introducing the benefits cap - from September 2013

Introducing the benefits cap - from September 2013 ...

Local Plan Strategy: Main Modifications

Local Plan Strategy: Main Modifications ...

Staffordshire County Council elections - 2 May 2013

Staffordshire County Council elections - 2 May 2013 ...

Leisure activities for the over 50s

Leisure activities for the over 50s ...

Burntwood Memorial Community Association - New disabled toilet / baby changing facility

Burntwood Memorial Community Association - New disabled toilet / baby changing facility ...

Virtual museum

Virtual museum ...

This year's council tax leaflet

This year's council tax leaflet ...

Health & Wellbeing Centre - Burntwood

Health & Wellbeing Centre - Burntwood ...

Grant Aid & Grant Aid Plus

Grant Aid & Grant Aid Plus ...

Our anti social behaviour pledge

Our anti social behaviour pledge ...

Erasmus Darwin House - Inspiring Inventions of Dr Darwin

Erasmus Darwin House - Inspiring Inventions of Dr Darwin ...

Special offers for local shops, restaurants and days out

Special offers for local shops, restaurants and days out ...

General Election 2010

General Election 2010 ...

Council tax exemptions

Council tax exemptions ...

Section 106 proposals for Burntwood

Section 106 proposals for Burntwood ...

Enhanced Joint Strategic Needs Assessment

Enhanced Joint Strategic Needs Assessment ...

Join our contractor's panel

Join our contractor's panel ...

Job email alerts

Job email alerts ...

PATROL - Parking and Traffic Regulations Outside London

PATROL - Parking and Traffic Regulations Outside London ...

Mill Lane Link

Mill Lane Link ...

Rural consultations

Rural consultations ...

Burntwood approved allocations - February 2013

Burntwood approved allocations - February 2013 ...

French & German guides

French & German guides ...

Lichfield Festival Art Posters

Lichfield Festival Art Posters ...

Creating Lichfield’s Community Local Nature Reserve

Creating Lichfield’s Community Local Nature Reserve ...

Chairman & Vice Chairman

Chairman & Vice Chairman ...

Little Oaks Pre-School and Nursery

Little Oaks Pre-School and Nursery ...

Lichfield District Council mobile website

Lichfield District Council mobile website ...

Morph4us

Morph4us ...

Update on matters relating to the Local Plan

Update on matters relating to the Local Plan ...

Bowling greens

Bowling greens ...

Tree preservation orders and trees in conservation areas

Tree preservation orders and trees in conservation areas ...

Selecting a tree surgeon

Selecting a tree surgeon ...

Wildlife and trees

Wildlife and trees ...

High hedges and hedgerow regulations

High hedges and hedgerow regulations ...

Woodlands and Felling Licences

Woodlands and Felling Licences ...

Tree planting and community projects

Tree planting and community projects ...

FAQs on trees and hedges

FAQs on trees and hedges ...

Census 2011 - What you need to know

Census 2011 - What you need to know ...

Council tax benefit is now council tax support

Council tax benefit is now council tax support ...

2011 Census Results

2011 Census Results ...

Sea Scooter Parties

Sea Scooter Parties ...

Our Flickr group

Our Flickr group ...

Becoming a supplier to the council

Becoming a supplier to the council ...

Lichfield Jobcentre

Lichfield Jobcentre ...

Football pitches

Football pitches ...

Our big planning debate - get the low down

Our big planning debate - get the low down ...

Friarsgate development plans

Friarsgate development plans ...

Food waste changes - summer 2014

Food waste changes - summer 2014 ...

Our services in the snow

Our services in the snow ...

Stowe Gym - get fit outdoors!

Stowe Gym - get fit outdoors! ...

Spotlight on spending

Spotlight on spending ...

Apply for funding to host an event in Burntwood

Apply for funding to host an event in Burntwood ...

Our pay policy

Our pay policy ...

Changing Places in The Friary Car Park

Changing Places in The Friary Car Park ...

Geographical Information System (GIS)

Geographical Information System (GIS) ...

Local Land and Property Gazetteer (LLPG)

Local Land and Property Gazetteer (LLPG) ...

Thank you for filling out our survey

Thank you for filling out our survey ...

Individual Electoral Registration

Individual Electoral Registration ...

Lichfield Indoor Rounders League

Lichfield Indoor Rounders League ...

Organising a street party

Organising a street party ...

Fradley Masterplanning

Fradley Masterplanning ...

Muckley Corner Common

Muckley Corner Common ...

Coaching courses

Coaching courses ...

Lichfield & Hatherton Canals Restoration Trust Limited

Lichfield & Hatherton Canals Restoration Trust Limited ...

Swimfit

Swimfit ...

Housing benefit - for housing association tenants

Housing benefit - for housing association tenants ...

Pay for parking online, by phone or text with Dash

Pay for parking online, by phone or text with Dash ...

Trees and Development

Trees and Development ...

Jigsaw - community shop in Dimbles Lane

Jigsaw - community shop in Dimbles Lane ...

Roadworks at Wall Island

Roadworks at Wall Island ...

Inspire disability multi sport club

Inspire disability multi sport club ...

We Love Lichfield Fund - donate to local causes

We Love Lichfield Fund - donate to local causes ...

How to recycle your paint

How to recycle your paint ...

Work clubs across Lichfield District

Work clubs across Lichfield District ...

Sustainability Appraisal: Proposed Submission Local Plan Strategy (Updated)

Sustainability Appraisal: Proposed Submission Local Plan Strategy (Updated) ...

Press and media protocols

Press and media protocols ...

Community Consultation and Engagement

Community Consultation and Engagement ...

Results of the Fazeley, Bonehill and Mile Oak consultation

Results of the Fazeley, Bonehill and Mile Oak consultation ...

Quick facts about Section 106 agreements

Quick facts about Section 106 agreements ...

Detailed background on Section 106 agreements

Detailed background on Section 106 agreements ...

How is a Section 106 agreement set up?

How is a Section 106 agreement set up? ...

How are most Section 106 agreements delivered?

How are most Section 106 agreements delivered? ...

How is most Section 106 money spent?

How is most Section 106 money spent? ...

Why is Section 106 money sometimes spent on wider community projects?

Why is Section 106 money sometimes spent on wider community projects? ...

Have your say - at development plan stage

Have your say - at development plan stage ...

Have your say - at planning application stage

Have your say - at planning application stage ...

How can I apply for a share of Section 106 monies?

How can I apply for a share of Section 106 monies? ...

Download Section 106 related documents

Download Section 106 related documents ...

Section 106 funded local projects

Section 106 funded local projects ...

Results of Lichfield City Centre consultation

Results of Lichfield City Centre consultation ...

Results of Burntwood consultation

Results of Burntwood consultation ...

Results of Lichfield City Centre consultation - phase 2

Results of Lichfield City Centre consultation - phase 2 ...

6th Lichfield Scout head quarters

6th Lichfield Scout head quarters ...

St. Stephen's Church

St. Stephen's Church ...

The Elms Community Hall

The Elms Community Hall ...

It all ties up at Fradley

It all ties up at Fradley ...

Whittington Cricket Club

Whittington Cricket Club ...

A Change for the Grange

A Change for the Grange ...

Darwin Hall

Darwin Hall ...

Calder Crossing

Calder Crossing ...

Chase Terrace space improvements (Lark's Rise)

Chase Terrace space improvements (Lark's Rise) ...

Public space improvements to Burntwood Park

Public space improvements to Burntwood Park ...

Martin Heath Hall

Martin Heath Hall ...

Shortbutts Park

Shortbutts Park ...

COGS in the Community

COGS in the Community ...

Service level agreements - April 2012 - March 2015

Service level agreements - April 2012 - March 2015 ...

Caravan and camping site licence

Caravan and camping site licence ...

Notify us of a cooling tower or evaporative condenser

Notify us of a cooling tower or evaporative condenser ...

Sex shop and cinema licence

Sex shop and cinema licence ...

Dead animals FAQs

Dead animals FAQs ...

Conserving & enhancing the environment at Levetts Fields

Conserving & enhancing the environment at Levetts Fields ...

St Anne’s church - Improvements to community rooms

St Anne’s church - Improvements to community rooms ...

Third senior grass football pitch

Third senior grass football pitch ...

Mill Lane Link - a great community facility

Mill Lane Link - a great community facility ...

Create a paper petition

Create a paper petition ...

Step-by-step guide

Step-by-step guide ...

Terms and conditions

Terms and conditions ...

Annual Monitoring Report (AMR)

Annual Monitoring Report (AMR) ...

Civic tree planting

Civic tree planting ...

Redwood Park security and car park

Redwood Park security and car park ...

Chase Terrace bowls pavilion

Chase Terrace bowls pavilion ...

The Samuel Johnson Centre for Performing Arts

The Samuel Johnson Centre for Performing Arts ...

Our Carbon Reduction Plan - please give us your views

Our Carbon Reduction Plan - please give us your views ...

Housing advice and guidance website

Housing advice and guidance website ...

Cookies

Cookies ...

Our equalities statement

Our equalities statement ...

Hammerwich Cricket Club access drive and car parking

Hammerwich Cricket Club access drive and car parking ...

Plinth for Speakers' Corner platform

Plinth for Speakers' Corner platform ...

Your non-emergency number

Your non-emergency number ...

Local statistics

Local statistics ...

Footy for a Fiver

Footy for a Fiver ...

Smoke control zones

Smoke control zones ...

Fazeley Pre-School garden project

Fazeley Pre-School garden project ...

Apply for a Disabled Blue Badge

Apply for a Disabled Blue Badge ...

Improvements to St Chad's Hall

Improvements to St Chad's Hall ...

O2 Touch

O2 Touch ...

HS2 petition

HS2 petition ...

World Cup Fever!

World Cup Fever! ...

Burntwood Arts space project

Burntwood Arts space project ...

Friary Grange's improvements

Friary Grange's improvements ...

Fradley Youth and Community Hall

Fradley Youth and Community Hall ...

Lifeguarding

Lifeguarding ...

Lichfield and District Community & Voluntary Sector Support

Lichfield and District Community & Voluntary Sector Support ...

Quick guide to local business partnerships

Quick guide to local business partnerships ...

Curborough playing fields park

Curborough playing fields park ...

Tamworth & Lichfield Business & Economic Partnership

Tamworth & Lichfield Business & Economic Partnership ...

Darwin Park gym equipment

Darwin Park gym equipment ...

City Speak - the Lichfield City business newsletter

City Speak - the Lichfield City business newsletter ...

Information board for Erasmus Darwin Statue and associated work

Information board for Erasmus Darwin Statue and associated work ...

Kensington Oval - gateway to the city

Kensington Oval - gateway to the city ...

View election results

District & parish elections Visit our elections 2011 section to see the results. 2007 district council results ...

What happens if you have carried out building works or a change of use without planning permission

If building works have taken place without permission, a Planning Enforcement Officer from the Council will investigate and you will be advised either verbally or ...

Planning Contravention Notices

During the course of the investigation, it may be necessary for more information to be sought in order for the Planning Department to decide whether ...

If a planning application is submitted and approved

If the planning application is approved then no further enforcement action will be taken under planning legislation, although it will be necessary to comply with ...

If enforcement action is authorised

The procedure is as follows:A Requisition for Information Notice may be issued in order to identify all persons with an interest in the land.  It ...

What happens if you do not comply with the Enforcement Notice

It is a CRIMINAL OFFENCE not to comply with any requirements of the Enforcement Notice once the compliance period has expired.  The Council may therefore ...

Immunity from enforcement action

If you consider that development is authorised you can apply for a Certificate of Lawful Existing Use or Development.  The circumstances in which you may ...

German and French links

Twinning became popular following the Second World War and was encouraged as a means of redeveloping links with other countries and communities. The ...

Limburg an der Lahn

Is an historic town, some 35 miles north of Frankfurt and close to the Rhine valley. It boasts a fine ancient cathedral, and the congregations ...

Sainte Foy les Lyon

Is slightly smaller than both Lichfield and Limburg. It is only three miles from the centre of Lyon, (the second city of France) but is ...

Valuation bands

Most homes will be required to pay Council Tax. There is one bill for each home, whether it is a house, bungalow, flat, maisonette, mobile ...

Advice and guidance on land drainage

We are a land drainage authority and we work with our partners including Staffordshire County Council and the Environment Agency to provide advice and guidance on matters relating to the ...

Great value from just £15 (or £11 if you claim benefits)

If you need to get rid of a bulky items, why not find out if we can help? We offer a bulky waste collection ...

Liability

Council Tax legislation states clearly who we must charge in respect of Council Tax. Whoever falls highest in the list below is the person liable ...

Is your property eligible?

An empty property may be exempt from council tax if: the occupier is now a resident in a hospital or nursing home. ...

Good Neighbour Scheme for Whittington and Fisherwick

Whittington and Fisherwick is one of three areas in Staffordshire where the setting up of a Good Neighbour Scheme is being piloted, the others being ...

Find out if you are eligible

You may be eligible for a discount on you council tax if you are a single person, you are disabled, you own a second home, ...

The need for planning permission

When is Planning Permission required?Planning permission will normally be required for the following operations and uses:Permanent external smoking shelter structures - whether freestanding or attached ...

"Enclosed" and "Substantially Enclosed" Premises

Whether a proposed smoking shelter or related structure complies with the relevant health legislation is not a planning judgement - it is a matter for ...

Recovery

If you can't pay your council tax, please call the recovery team on 01543 308885/7 at the earliest opportunity, so we can come to a ...

Actions we can take

Where a Council Taxpayer falls into arrears various recovery action may be taken by the Council, including: Issuing Reminder and Final Notices ...

Appealing against a Council Tax banding

Property values are based upon values as at 1 April 1991 - recent selling prices are therefore not necessarily the best evidence. Since 1 ...

If you would like to appeal against a decision

You may also appeal if you think that you are not liable to pay Council Tax that you have been billed for.  These are examples: ...

How to make an insurance claim against the council

The Council owns significant land and property assets within its boundaries. Through best practice and a risk management strategy, the Council tries to safeguard customers ...

What the sports development team do...

Lichfield District Council's Sports Development team provides coaching and promotes opportunities in a number of sports and physical activities. Coaches are employed to deliver activity ...

Lichfield and Burntwood Disability Sports Forum

  The aim of the group is to support the development of high quality sport and leisure opportunities for children and young people with disabilities ...

Coach Education

To be able to deliver the range of quality coaching programmes requires quality, qualified coaches. The Sports Development team is always looking for potential coaches ...

Activity in schools

Much of the work of the Sports Development team focuses on young people and therefore coaching often takes place in schools during curricular and extra-curricular ...

Sport Across Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent

Sport Across Staffordshire & Stoke-on-Trent is a well established County Sports Partnership - one of six across the West Midlands region and one of 49 ...

Tourism in Lichfield District

Visit Lichfield is the name of our tourism team. Visit Lichfield handles the development, promotion and marketing of our tourism offer, working with tourism partners in ...

Facilities at Burntwood

Burntwood Leisure Centre has a wealth of facilities to cater for all your sporting and leisure needs, from our state of the art Health Suite ...

A quick overview

The Lichfield District Strategic Partnership brings together partners from across the district, including the county and district councils, business, fire, health, housing, probation, police, voluntary ...

What to do after a death in England & Wales

When someone dies there are many decisions and arrangements to be made. Unfortunately these often have to be made at a time of personal distress. ...

Libraries in Lichfield District

Library services in the District are run by Staffordshire County Council, with three main libraries in the area, as well as a Mobile Library Service.  ...

Handy advice

If you are a pensioner living in Lichfield District, there are a range of services tailored to meet your needs. Here's a quick overview. ...

Financial assistance, housing & council tax benefits ...

The Princess Royal Trust for Carers website has a section devoted to money and benefit matters, split into the following sections: Carer's Assessment ...

What to expect from public agencies as a carer

Carers should have recognition: Of the value of their contribution to health and social care for people in need. Of their ...

Local schools

Schools in the district are run by Staffordshire County Council's Education department. For more information on schools, such as term times, school meals and school ...

Council tax

If you are moving into the district, it's very important that you let us know as soon as possible, so we can set up your ...

Handy hints and tips

Welcome to Lichfield District - we hope you enjoy living here.  We've designed this section to help you get to grips with local services and the key things you ...

The Disability Partnership Panel

Supporting and working with disabled people across the district We work in partnership with the Disability Partnership Panel to provide an opportunity to consult ...

Which councillors get a special responsibility allowance?

Some councillors hold particular roles in the council that require them to spend more time at the council and working on formal council ...

What are councillor allowances?

Councillors are not paid a salary. They do, however, receive an annual allowance to reimburse them for time they have spent on council duties and any ...

Other payments

Travelling and subsistence expenses Councillors are also entitled to claim travelling and subsistence expenses when performing council duties. Overnight expenses Councillors who attend an annual ...

Upcoming council debates and decisions

We publish all key decisions the council will be asked to consider over the next nine months, in a four-month rolling programme document called the forward ...

Registering the birth

Once your baby is born, you must register the birth within 6 weeks. You can do this at any register office in the district where ...

Real nappies: The environmentally friendly alternative

Washable Nappies - A Real Choice The facts Eight million nappies are thrown away every day in the UK - ...

Entitlements and benefits

Are you claiming what you are entitled to? There may be some benefits or payments that you are entitled to that you have not yet ...

Finding childcare

For free and impartial advice on childcare and early years education in Staffordshire you can visit Staffordshire County Council's Childcare and Early Years section. If ...

School Admissions

To find out how to get a place at a school for your child, consult Staffordshire County Council's Admission to Schools section.For more information about ...

Welfare information for parents and carers

For a wealth of information on education related issues, from welfare, grants and benefits, to school crossing patrols, visit the Staffordshire County Council website. ...

Special Educational Needs

If your child has special educational needs (SEN) he or she will have learning difficulties or disabilities that make it harder for them to learn ...

Transport to schools

Staffordshire County Council offer free transport to Primary and Secondary schools, as long as the pupils fall into specified categories, for more information, visit the ...

Other Useful Links

Staffordshire Learning Net also has a wealth of county-specific information for parents, teachers and governors, as well as information on teacher recruitment and outdoor education. ...

How does Lichfield District Council work?

Lichfield District Council is made up of two groups of people - elected members (known as councillors) and employed officers (led by the Leadership Team). ...

Jobs at the Council

We are one of the largest employers in Lichfield District, employing around 525 people in a range of full, part-time and temporary posts. We ...

Training and learning for work

If you're finding it difficult to get work, getting extra training can help, click the links below to find training-related information on the DirectGov website ...

Jobseeker's Allowance

If you are not working or working less than 16 hours per week (on average), available for work, actively seeking work and capable of working, ...

Directgov job search and advice

Visit the directgov jobseekers homepage for help and advice with job hunting. You can also search for jobs around the country on their website. ...

Visas

When travelling abroad, you may require a visa, depending on the country you are visiting. To find out, contact the relevant embassy for the country ...

Travel Advice

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office provide advice on travelling to certain destinations, together with a list of countries that are thought to be unsafe, for ...

The Freedom of Information Act 2000

The Freedom of Information Act 2000 gives the public 'a general right of access' to information held by all public authorities (including district councils, county ...

Exemptions

Sometimes information will not be released under the act because it is classed as 'exempt'. For example, information cannot be released if it is judged ...

Our approach to vexatious and repetitious requests

The Freedom of Information Act gives rights of access to official information, known as the 'right to know'. The Act makes clear that, subject ...

Making a Freedom of Information request

Requests must be made in writing in one of three ways: Using our online Freedom of Information request form ...

Witness support for young people

If your child has witnessed a crime, they will be expected to give evidence under oath in court unless the judge decides they are incapable ...

Tips and guidance

We will investigate reports of abandoned vehicles in the district, and have the power* to remove vehicles that we determine the keeper has no intention ...

General Planning Advice

You will need to apply for planning permission if you wish to erect a fence, wall or gate, and: Your house is a ...

Coming to a community near you!

Staffordshire County Council runs a fleet of 11 mobile libraries. Two mobile units operate out of Lichfield. The team of vehicles deliver an invaluable ...

Enforcement Contact Details

To get in touch with us, you can either call Christine Hibbs, Principal Planning Officer on 01543 308205, Lesley Bennett on 01543 308197 or Don Winn on ...

Development Control Team: Our Role

The role of the Council's Development Control Team is to process applications for planning permission. The Council aims to determine an application within eight weeks ...

Changes to the planning process

A number of changes were made to the planning system in October 2008. Therefore, if you are planning to make any alterations to ...

Protecting our built environment

Here you can find out about Lichfield's historic buildings and their environment. These pages explain how the built environment is protected and enhanced and provide ...

Gentleshaw Common SSSI

Gentleshaw Common is located in the southern part of the Cannock Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is the sixth largest area of lowland ...

Christian Fields LNR

Chrisitan Fields is an area of approximately 6.5 hectares, situated to the north of Eastern Avenue on the north western border of the city of ...

Pipe Hill Common SBI

Pipehill Crossroads, known officially as Pipe Marsh Common, is a small remnant area of heathland, approximately 3.3 hectares in size, located south-west of Lichfield at ...

Site management

The Countryside Team carries out conservation and habitat management works across approximately 500 hectares within the Lichfield District. The funding to provide this management comes ...

Muckley Corner Common

Muckley Corner Common, or Wall Butts Common as it is officially known, is an area of former heathland lying south of the A5 Watling Street ...

You don't know what you've got till its gone!

Lowland Heathland is rare across the world, with the UK having about 20% of the global total. Only one sixth of the UK habitat that ...

How are they managed?

Present management includes heather cutting and scrub clearance, which initially looks like a scene of devastation, but is very beneficial to the plants and animals ...

Why is the project important?

Heathland restoration works have been focussed on four sites in the District, these being: Chasewater Heaths SSSI at Chasewater Country Park ...

Project Achievements 2002 - 2007

Heathland is recognised as being an important heritage asset. The Restoring the Lichfield Link project has enabled critical restoration works to be completed on heathlands ...

Alternative ways to apply for planning permission

It is also still possible to make a planning application by filling out forms and posting to them with the correct fee, documents and plans ...

How do I make representations?

If you want to make representations; objections, support or comment on a planning application, your comments should be made in writing to the Council at ...

Getting in touch with us

If you have a general enquiry about anything relating to planning, please contact our customer services team using the details below: Tel: 01543 308000Email: ...

How does the Council deal with Unauthorised Development?

The Council deals with unauthorised developments through negotiation but will also take enforcement action if needed. So if you do something which needs planning permission ...

How can I find out if a tree is covered by an order?

Details of orders are available for inspection at the local authority.Official searches can be made to reveal the existence of a Preservation Order or whether ...

What must I do if I want to fell or carry out works to a tree protected by a Tree Preservation Order?

You must fill in a Tree Preservation Order Consent form specifying the tree, what you want to do and why. You may find it helpful ...

What restrictions are there in a Conservation Area?

If you wish to work on trees not protected by a Tree Preservation Order but in a Conservation Area, you must tell us, giving six ...

How do I appeal against a decision?

If you seek permission to carry out works to your property and your application isn't decided within a set period (usually 8 weeks), or you ...

Whittington & Fisherwick Neighbourhood Plan

Lichfield District Council has received an application from Whittington & Fisherwick Parish Council to designate Whittington & Fisherwick as a Neighbourhood Area. The Whittington & Fisherwick Neighbourhood Area has been designated having ...

Neighbourhood Plans

The Localism Act enables communities to produce their own formal plans for a defined area (the Neighbourhood Area) under the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012. ...

Burntwood Neighbourhood Plan

Lichfield District Council has received an application from Burntwood Town Council to designated the parish of Burntwood as a Neighbourhood Area. The Burntwood Neighbourhood Area has been ...

Wall Neighbourhood Plan

Lichfield District Council has received an application from Wall Parish Council to designated the parish of Wall as a Neighbourhood Area. The Wall Neighbourhood Area has been designated having been approved 8th April ...

Little Aston Neighbourhood Plan

Pre-submission Consultation Shesntone Parish Council is currently consulting on the Pre-submission Little Aston Neighbourhood Plan. The Plan is available to view via the link below. The consultation ...

Shenstone Neighbourhood Plan

Pre-submission Consultation Shesntone Parish Council is currently consulting on the Pre-submission Shenstone Neighbourhood Plan. The Plan is available to view via the link below. The ...

Armitage with Handsacre Neighbourhood Plan

Lichfield District Council has received an application from Armitage with Handsacre Parish Council to designate the parish of Armitage with Handsacre as Neighbourhood Area. The Armitage with Handsacre Neighbourhood Area has ...

Hammerwich Neighbourhood Plan

Lichfield District Council has received an application from Hammerwich Parish Council to designate Hammerwich Parish as a Neighbourhood Area. The Hammerwich Neighbourhood Area has been designated having been approved 9th December 2014 (The ...

Stonnall Neighbourhood Plan

Pre-submission Consultation Shesntone Parish Council is currently consulting on the Pre-submission Stonnall Neighbourhood Plan. The Plan is available to view via the link below. The ...

Fradley Neighbourhood Plan

Lichfield District Council has received an application from Fradley & Streethay Parish Council to designate the area of Alrewads & Fradley Ward within Fradley & Streethay Parish as the Fradley Neighbourhood Area. The ...

Streethay Neighbourhood Plan

Lichfield District Council has received an application from Fradley & Streethay Parish Council to designate the area of Whittington Ward within Fradley & Streethay Parish as the Streethay Neighbourhood Area. The Streethay Neighbourhood Area ...

Alrewas Neighbourhood Plan

Lichfield District Council has received an application from Alrewas Parish Council to designate the parish of Alrewas as Neighbourhood Area.  The Alrewas Neighbourhood Area has been designated having been approved ...

Wigginton & Hopwas Neighbourhood Plan

Lichfield District Council has received an application from Wigginton & Hopwas Parish Council to designate the parish of Wigginton & Hopwas as Neighbourhood Area. The Wigginton & Hopwas Neighbourhood Area has ...

Longdon Neighbourhood Plan

Lichfield District Council has received an application from Longdon Parish Council to designate the parish of Longdon as Neighbourhood Area. The Longdon Neighbourhood Area has been designated having been approved 9th July 2013 ...

Lichfield City Neighbourhood Plan

Lichfield District Council has received an application from Lichfield City Council to designate the parish of Lichfield as a Neighbourhood Area. The Lichfield City Neighbourhood Area has been ...

Proposals Maps and Insets

To accompany the submission of the Allocations of Land & Site Development Policies Development Plan Document, the District Council will produce a Proposals Map and ...

Business Rate Liability - The Four Factors

When determining liability for National Non Domestic Rates (NNDR) Lichfield District Council must charge the person or company that is in 'Rateable Occupation' at the property. ...

Exemptions

Certain classes of business property do not attract NNDR at all. These properties do not appear in the rating list. Examples of these are: ...

Reliefs

There are a number of rate reliefs businesses can apply for in order to ease the impact of their business rates bill. This section outlines ...

Small business rate relief

Eligible businesses with rateable values of below 6,000 will get 50% rate relief on their liability. This relief will decrease on a sliding scale by ...

You are suffering severe hardship and cannot pay your bill

In extreme circumstances, we may consider giving relief to businesses who are having trouble paying their bill. However, we would need you to prove that ...

2014/2015 & 2015/2016 retail relief

More than 300 retail businesses across the district are eligible to retail relief of up to £1,000 in 2014/2015 and up to £1,500 in 2015/2016. ...

Looking for an affordable local home?

Homes Direct - a new online choice based lettings system for the district - was launched in July 2013We work with Bromford Living and other ...

A community facility in the heart of Burntwood

The Old Mining College Centre is a community resource centre based in Queen Street, Chasetown. It provides office accommodation and meeting rooms, as well as ...

Who uses the Old Mining College Centre?

Age UK South Staffordshire: Tel: 01543 674479 Burntwood Live at Home Scheme: Tel: 01543 674257 Homestart: Tel: 01543 301128 Lichfield ...

A brief history

The Old Mining College on Queen Street in Chasetown was built in 1912 by Staffordshire County Council, after the 1911 Coal Mines Act required firemen ...

Training and courses

Currently the Burntwood Live at Home Scheme is providing Computing for Beginners training in our IT suite on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. For more information ...

What we do

The Old Mining College Centre provides: Office accommodation for local voluntary groups, enabling them to meet local demands and needs. ...

Defining Community Safety

Whilst it is recognised that the police make considerable achievements in combating crime, it is also increasingly recognised that further achievements are possible if individuals, ...

Introduction

3.1 This chapter of the Plan is concerned with general policies for environmental protection to be applied to the whole of the District andwith policies ...

Policy E.1: Countryside and Landscape Improvements

In determining planning applications and bringing forward its own proposals the District Council will promote, encourage and carry out proposals for countryside and landscape enhancement ...

Policy E.2: Forest of Mercia

The District Council supports and will assist in the implementation of the Forest of Mercia within the area identified on the Proposals Map. Policies for ...

Policy E.3: Trees and Woodlands

The District Council will protect visually and ecologically important trees andwoodlands, in appropriate cases through the making of the Tree Preservation Orders. In considering planning ...

Policy E.4: Green Belt

The boundary of the Green Belt is shown on the Proposals Map and Insets. Except in very special circumstances permission for development in the Green ...

Policy E.5: Character of the Green Belt

The character and openness of the Green Belt will be retained and enhancedwherever possible to provide a source of recreation and enjoyment.Explanation3.27 The preservation of ...

Policy E.5A: Area of Development Restraint

An area of development restraint is identified on land south of Wordsworth Close/Byron Avenue. Within this area the Council will not grant planning permission for ...

Policy E.6: Development in Rural Areas

The District Council will protect the countryside for its own sake. In rural areas development will not be permitted outside the village boundaries shown on the Proposals ...

Policy E.7: Areas of Special Protection

The District Council propose to give special protection to the following areas of countryside which are defined on the Proposals Map:-- Cannock Chase Area of ...

Policy E.8: Protection of Agricultural Land

The use of the best and most versatile agricultural land for any form ofdevelopment not associated with agriculture or forestry will not be permitted unless ...

Policy E.9: Fragmentation of Farm Holdings

When considering proposals for development the District Council will seekto avoid the fragmentation of farm holdings, which would result in remnantsof farms which would not ...

Policy E.10: Agricultural Diversification

The District Council will support the diversification of existing agriculturalactivities provided that design, layout and location is acceptable in landscapeand conservation terms, the use is ...

Policy E.11: Farm Accommodation

Planning applications for the change of use of existing rural buildings to providetourist accommodation will be permitted subject to the proposal meeting thecriteria set out ...

Policy E. 14: Water Habitats

The District Council will seek to prevent developments which would result in anunacceptable loss in the quantity and quality of water within a river catchmentarea. ...

Policy E.15: Flood Protection

The Council recognises the importance of the natural watercourse system for providing essential drainage of land and will not permit development that would result in ...

Policy E.16: Derelict Land

The District Council will reduce the amount of derelict land within the Districtby carrying out land reclamation schemes and supporting other bodies inmeasures to reclaim ...

Policy E.17: Contaminated Land

The District Council will permit  development on contaminated landwhere the development accords with the policies of this plan and it is demonstrated that satisfactory measures ...

Policy E.18: Development Affecting Nature Conservation Sites

International SitesProposals for development or land use which may affect a European site, aproposed European site or a Ramsar site will be subject to the ...

Policy E.18A: National Sites

Proposals for development in or likely to affect Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) will be subject to special scrutiny.  Where such development may have ...

Policy E.18B: Sites Designated Locally

"Development and land use change likely to have an adverse effect on a Local Nature Reserve, a Grade 1 County Site of Biological Importance (SBI) ...

Policy E.19: Protected Species

Development and other land use changes which may have an adverse effect on badgers and other species protected by schedules 1, 5 and 8 of ...

Policy E.20A: Renewable Energy

The District Council will support proposals for the production of power from renewable energy sources provided there is no unacceptable impact on the environment and ...

Environmental improvements, urban regeneration and more

The Implementation Team carries out the Council's programme of environmental improvement, traffic management and urban regeneration schemes. This covers the development of schemes, public involvement ...

Our Projects

The following is a list of current and recent projects that are being run by the Implementation Team: Chase Terrace Environmental Improvements A ...

About the Chase Terrace Environmental Improvements

In 1999/2000, public consultation was carried out by Land Care Associates on how the environment of Chase Terrace could be improved. More than 700 suggestions ...

Received 9 July 2013

We received the following petitions on July 9 2013. 1. Petition against Fit for the Future phase one proposals ...

Our Supplementary Planning Documents

This page contains information on Lichfield District Council's Supplementary Planning Documents (SPDs) including the current adopted SPDs and a suite of new SPDs which are ...

What is the local plan?

Latest News! - Lichfield District Local Plan For all the lastest news on the new Local Plan please follow the link below; Lichfield District Local ...

Local Plan: Read it Online

Please note that not all adopted policies listed below have been saved beyond September 2007 - Please check on the Schedule of saved policies or ...

1. Introduction

Introduction1.1 The Lichfield District Local Plan has been prepared by Lichfield District Council under the provisions of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990. It ...

2. A Framework for Planning Policy

A Framework for Planning Policy 2.1 In preparing the Local Plan, the District Council has had a considerable planning policy base on which to build, in ...

What leaflets are available?

The following leaflets are available in person from our offices or by post to Businesses within the Lichfield District boundary. We regret that due to ...

High Hedges guidance

Guidance regarding High Hedges is now in force. If you have tried and exhausted all other avenues for resolving your hedge dispute, you can ...

Downloadable Planning Forms

Below are all the forms available for use online by Development Control, some are available to download either as Adobe Acrobat Documents or Microsoft Word ...

Biodiversity Strategy for Lichfield District

The need for a strategy:In response to the national and local decline of wildlife, Lichfield District Council produced a Biodiversity Strategy in 2003. It aims ...

Conservation and Listed Buildings: Introduction

4.1 Lichfield District contains a rich architectural heritage. Although the conservation interest of the District is dominated by Lichfield City Centre the rural area contains ...

Policy C.1: Listed Buildings

1. Demolition of Listed Buildings will not be permitted unless unequivocal evidence is provided that their condition makes it impracticable to repair, renovate or adapt ...

Policy C.2: Character of Conservation Areas

Development ProposalsDevelopment will be permitted in Conservation Areas provided it would enhance or preserve the character of the Conservation Area. Development will not be permitted ...

Policy C.3: Demolition

The District Council will seek to secure the retention, restoration, maintenance and continued use of buildings within Conservation Areas. The District Council will not grant ...

Policy C.5: Protection of Views

When considering new development proposals special care will be taken to ensure that important views from public places to or from Conservation Areas remain unspoilt. ...

Policy C.6

The District Council will carry out and encourage other bodies to undertake programmes of environmental enhancement in Conservation Areas.  Such schemes may include environmental improvement ...

Policy C.7: Buildings out of scale or character

The District Council will encourage the redevelopment or refurbishment of individual and groups of buildings which are out of character or scale within Conservation Areas ...

Policy C.8: Vacant Upper Floors

Permission will be granted for schemes designed to bring back into use vacant upper floors of buildings in Conservation Areas subject to proposals being in ...

Policy C.9: Protected Open Spaces

The District Council will not permit development which would result in the loss of all or parts of open spaces and landscape features which contribute ...

Housing: Introduction

5.1 The Staffordshire Structure Plan requires the provision of a substantial amount of land for housing within Lichfield District and this chapter is concerned with ...

Policy H.1: Housing Strategy and Housing

It is proposed to allocate new housing sites for approximately 2150 dwellings to be constructed in the period up to 2001. The sites are shown ...

Policy H.1A: Phasing

In order to constrain development in Lichfield District in the Plan period to that presented by the Structure Plan, the District Council will limit the ...

Policy H.2: Housing Mix

In considering proposals for new housing development the Council will seek an appropriate mix of dwelling types within each site, having regard to the recognised ...

Policy H.3: Housing Design Standards

Proposals will be required to have regard to the character of the area and local building styles and should seek to achieve a harmonious relationship ...

Policy H.4: Village Housing Developments

Housing developments within villages shall incorporate materials, styles of dwelling and layout which are appropriate to the character of the village.Explanation5.31 Village housing schemes should ...

Policy H.5: New Housing within Settlements

Within the settlement boundaries shown on the Proposals Map development for housing will be acceptable provided that the District Council's normal criteria for development control ...

Policy H.6: Living Accommodation on Upper Floors

The District Council will particularly encourage the use of upper floors ofshops and other commercial properties for residential purposes. Explanation5.34 Upper floors of shops and ...

Policy H.7: Amenity of Residential Areas

Within existing residential areas the District Council will not grant planning permission for the establishment of commercial and industrial uses where the proposed use would ...

Policy H.8: Loss of Residential Accommodation

The loss of viable units of existing residential accommodation through redevelopment or changes of use will not be permitted other than where required to achieve ...

Policy H.9: Affordable Housing in Rural Areas

Exceptionally development for affordable housing may be permitted within or adjoining villages on land that would not normally be released for development provided that the ...

Employment and Tourism: Introduction

6.1 The employment policies and proposals for the Plan period take account of the Structure Plan proposals for the District and an analysis of local ...

Policy Emp.2: Existing Industrial Areas

Within the industrial areas, shown on the Proposals Map, the District Council will permit new industrial development and the expansion, conversion or redevelopment of industrial ...

Policy Emp.3: Retail Uses in Industrial Areas

The District Council will not permit retail, (including retail warehousing and warehouse clubs) food and drink or leisure uses within industrial areas except that proposals ...

Policy Emp.4: Rural Employment Sites

Provided that the environment is not adversely affected and excessive traffic is not generated, and subject to satisfactory access, service and design standards, the District ...

Policy Emp.5: Major Developed Sites in the Green Belt

Within the boundaries of the major developed sites identified on the Proposals Map and insets, infilling and redevelopment will be acceptable provided the following criteria ...

Policy Emp.6: New Tourist Attractions

The establishment of new tourist attractions consistent with the cultural or historic associations of the District will be permitted where:-(1) There is no significant impact ...

Policy Emp.7: Tourist Accommodation

The following locations are identified for new hotels:-(1) Fradley, adjacent the A.38, Hilliards Cross junction.(2) Wall Island (Shenstone Brick and Pipe Works) near Shenstone, adjacent ...

Policy Emp.8: Hotels in Green Belt and Countryside

Proposals for the construction of new hotels will not be permitted in the Green Belt or countryside other than in the sites identified in this ...

Policy Emp.9: Guest Houses / Bed and Breakfast

The District Council will permit the change of use of existing buildings for guest house or bed and breakfast accommodation provided that adequate car parking ...

Policy Emp.10: Caravan Sites

Proposals for the creation or extension of touring caravan sites will not be permitted in Green Belt. In rural areas such proposals will be permitted ...

Policy Emp.11: Wyrley and Essington Canal

The District Council supports proposals to re-establish the Wyrley and Essington Canal, Ogley Branch and will assist in its implementation through development control powers and ...

Work-life balance

Lots of people want to improve the balance between their work and personal life. At Lichfield District council we have a number of options to ...

Introduction

We are one of the largest employers in Lichfield District, employing around 525 people in a range of full, part-time and temporary posts. We also ...

Recreation: Introduction

7.1 The recreational policies contained in the Plan are concerned with the provision of both formal and informal recreation, facilities for sport in urban and ...

Policy R.1: Open Space Provision

The District Council will operate the following policy for the provision of open space:-1. In urban areas a standard of 2.83 ha (7 acres) per ...

Policy R.2: New Recreation Uses

The Council will approve the provision of new recreation facilities where:-1. The proposal is consistent with policies for the Green Belt and development in rural ...

Policy R.3: Recreational Buildings

The District Council will not permit proposals for the erection of large new buildings for recreational purposes in rural areas and Green Belt. Proposals for ...

Policy R.4: Sports Playing Fields

The District Council will provide additional sports playing fields in Burntwood and Lichfield using land within the proposed recreational zones and existing open spaces. The ...

Policy R.5: Loss of Sports Pitches/Recreation Grounds

The District Council will not permit the loss by change of use or redevelopment of any existing Local Authority, Education Authority or other private sports ...

Policy R.6: Recreational Footpaths

The District Council will assist Staffordshire County Council in carrying out improvements to the recreational footpath network through the following measures:-1. Improved signposting of existing ...

Shopping: Introduction

9.1 Although the two main shopping centres of the District are in settlements of similar population, there is little comparison between the shopping facilities of ...

Policy S.1: Town Centre Shopping Areas

The District Council will protect and promote the role of the town centre shopping areas at Lichfield and Burntwood and the new shopping facilities proposed ...

Policy S.2: Neighbourhood Shopping Centres

In the neighbourhood shopping centres identified on the Proposals Map, it will be the Council's policy to ensure that an adequate range of local shopping ...

Policy S.3: Village Shops

Shopping in Rural AreasThe District Council will support applications for changes of use of existing buildings to provide village shops in villages provided the amenity ...

Policy S.4: Farm Shops

Where planning permission is sought for the establishment or for the expansion of farm shops the District Council will only grant planning permission where:- (1) ...

Policy T.6: Rail Transport

The District Council will give planning protection to those parts of the routes of the rail lines from Lichfield to Walsall and Lichfield to Burton ...

Policy T9: Trunk Roads

Planning permission will not be granted for development which, by virtue of its traffic generation or access, would have an adverse effect on the safety ...

Policy T.7: Park and Ride Facilities

The District Council will promote and encourage the provision of "park and ride" facilities convenient for stations on the cross-city line and feeder bus services ...

Transport: Introduction

8.1 The Local Plan contains proposals for bypass roads within Lichfield, Burntwood and the rural area and also policies for safeguarding routes for future construction. ...

Policy T.1: Road Line Safeguarding

It is proposed to give planning protection to the land required for the following trunk and special roads:1. Birmingham Northern Relief Road.2. A.5(T) Weeford - ...

Policy T.3: Private Sector Contributions

Private sector contributions will be required towards the cost of constructing new roads or road improvements and/or public transport as appropriate where proposals for development ...

Policy T.8: Cycling

The District Council will promote the provision of better facilities and safety for cycling, including the provision of cycleways in urban areas and by taking ...

Policy T.4: Parking

Subject to the parking policy for Lichfield City Centre (Policy L28) the District Council will require all new developments to provide additional parking in accordance ...

Policy T.5: Public Transport

Bus Services in New Developments In order to assist the successful operation and maintenance of bus services in the area the layout of new development ...

Squash and racketball courts

We have two glass backed squash courts complete with viewing gallery. There is a small squash league in operation, details of which can be viewed on the ...

Social and Community Facilities: Introduction

10.1 The District Council is one of a number of bodies having responsibility for the provision and maintenance of services which are covered by the ...

Policy Soc.1: Community Facilities

The District Council will encourage the provision of community facilities to meet identified needs using existing properties or new sites, subject to the Council's normal ...

Policy Soc.2: Community Provision Arising from Development

The Council will require major new housing, commercial and industrial development to provide for new social, recreation, education, community and health facilities, the need for ...

Policy Soc.3: Townscape Improvements

Where substantial developments are carried out within shopping centres in Burntwood and Lichfield the District Council will require the developer to provide, in appropriate circumstances, ...

Policy B.1: Existing Residential Areas

In order to protect and enhance the environment of residential areas the District Council will:-1. Carry out a programme of improvements to housing and environmental ...

Burntwood Area: Introduction

12.1 Burntwood is a town of about 30,000 population which has resulted from the growing together of three former settlements of Burntwood, Chase Terrace and ...

Policy B.2: Existing Open Spaces

The District Council will carry out schemes to make improvements to the quality of existing open spaces identified on the Burntwood Inset Plan.Explanation12.12 Two of ...

Policy B.3: Landscape Improvements and Urban Greening

The District Council will undertake schemes for landscape improvements and urban greening within the town and will implement schemes either directly or through other agencies.Explanation12.15 ...

Policy B.4: Bleak House Opencast Site

In the restoration and after-use of the Bleak House site the District Council will seek to promote and implement the policies of the Forest of ...

Policy B.5: New Shopping Development

Sankey's Corner: Town Centre ProposalsA major shopping development and associated town centre facilities will be located adjacent to Sankey's Corner within the town centre area ...

Policy B.6: Indoor Leisure

The District Council will permit proposals for indoor leisure facilities within the town centre at Sankey's Corner, as shown on the Burntwood Inset Plan, provided ...

Policy B.8: Traffic Management - Car-free Zone

The Council propose to create a carfree zone at Sankey's Corner betweenWater Street and Rugeley Road. A paving and landscaping scheme will becarried out in ...

Policy B.9: Redevelopment and Town Square

The Council will permit small scale redevelopments at Sankey's Corner orchanges of use for shopping or other uses appropriate to a town centreprovided the design ...

Policy B.11: Loss of Car Parking

The Council will require that any proposals which include the redevelopment of existing car parking at Sankey's Corner make provision for replacement parking in addition ...

Policy B.12: Improvements to Neighbourhood Centres

Neighbourhood Shopping CentresThe District Council will seek to maintain the viability of neighbourhood shopping centres identified on the Burntwood Inset Map through:-(1) The implementation of ...

Policy B.13: Redevelopment and Expansion of Neighbourhood Centres

In neighbourhood centres, whilst the District Council will treat proposals for redevelopment and expansion within existing curtilages on their merits the Council will not permit ...

Policy B.14: New Roads

It is proposed that the following new roads are constructed during the Plan period:-1. Burntwood Western Bypass2. Burntwood Town Centre Bypass3. Cannock Road - Ironstone ...

Policy B.15: Road and Junction Improvements

It will be the District Council's policy to give planning protection to the land required for the following road and junction improvements:-1. Church Road/St. Matthew's ...

Policy B.15A: Cycling in Burntwood

The District Council will prepare a cycling strategy and phased programme for implementation of a comprehensive network of cycle routes for Burntwood and will assist ...

Policy B.16: St. Matthew's Hospital

14 hectares (34.7 acres) of land are proposed for development at St. Matthew's Hospital. The aggregate ground floor area (including garages) of the new dwellings ...

Policy B.17: North of Cannock Road

6.9 hectares (17.0 acres) are proposed for housing development on land north of Cannock Road. The site is proposed to accommodate approximately 165 dwellings, together ...

Policy B.18: Church Street, Chasetown

2.0 ha (5.0 acres) of land at Church Street, Chasetown is proposed for housing development. The development of the site shall provide for the retention ...

Policy B.20: Former British Coal Workshops, Chase Terrace

16.7 hectares (41.2 acres) of land south of Cannock Road, Chase Terrace is proposed for redevelopment primarily for employment purposes in accordance with the following ...

Policy B.21: Chasetown Industrial Estate

13.4 ha (33.1 acres) of land west of Chasetown industrial estate is proposed for employment purposes and shall be developed in accordance with the following ...

Policy B.22: Recreation Zones

The following areas are defined as recreation zones:-1. Farewell Lane/Lichfield Road, Burntwood - 23.9 hectares (59 acres)2. Hospital Road, Hammerwich - 21.9 hectares (54 acres)3. ...

Policy B.23: New Public Open Space

The following areas are proposed as new public open space:-1. Hospital Road/Coppy Nook Lane, Hammerwich - 5.1 hectares (12.6 acres).2. North of Cannock Road, Chase ...

Policy B.24: Chasewater Area and Country Park

1. The District Council will promote the development of a country park in the Chasewater Area. The country park will be developed through land reclamation, ...

Southern Area: Introduction

15.1 The boundary of this area is similar to that of the District Council's Southern Area District Plan, adopted in 1985, but the villages of ...

Policy SA.1: Weeford and Hints Ridge Area of Local Landscape Value

In the Weeford and Hints Ridge Area of Local Landscape Value, where new building is acceptable in relation to Policy E.4 (Green Belt) permission will ...

Policy SA.4A: Two Tree Farm, Hopwas

0.6 hectares (1.5 acres) are proposedfor housing development at Two TreeFarm, Hopwas to accommodateapproximately 20 dwellings. Thedesign and layout of the developmentincluding the grouping and ...

Policy SA.5: Shenstone Brick and Pipe Works

10 ha (25 acres) are allocated at Wall Island near Shenstone for a hotel, conference centre and a leisure complex. The following requirements shall be ...

Policy SA.7: Canal Facilities at Fazeley

The District Council will encourage the provision of facilities related to the use of the Trent and Mersey and Coventry Canals at Fazeley for tourism ...

Policy SA.8: Weeford Recreation Zone

Land is identified at Weeford as a recreation zone suitable for a range of outdoor recreational pursuits which shall provide for additional woodland planting and ...

Policy SA.9: Bourne Valley Footpath

The District Council will where possible extend the public right of way network in the Bourne Brook valley from Shenstone towards Hints and will support ...

Policy SA.11: Community Hospital

Land will be safeguarded for hospital purposes on land at Watling Street, Mile Oak.Explanation15.26 This land has been identified for a number of years for ...

Policy SA.12: Burial Grounds

Land is allocated for new burial grounds at Church Lane, Hopwas and at the western side of the Thomas Spencer Village Hall, Church Street , ...

We may take action

It is vitally important that if you fall into arrears with your Non Domestic Rates that you contact our Recovery Section on 01543 308885/7 as soon as ...

How we can help

All rented properties must meet certain standards to make them habitable. This is the responsibility of the landlord.  Whilst we don't have to inspect all ...

Useful planning related websites - Architects

The Royal Institute of British Architects is a world wide organisation, with more than 32,000 members in over 100 countries. It is a registered charity, ...

Useful planning related websites - Government

The Planning Portal provides a comprehensive planning service including government legislation, guidance notes, links to further information and the ability to submit applications on line ...

Dates of Planning Committee meetings

Dates of when the Planning Committee sit, Planning Committee reports and decisions are all available online from our Meetings and Minutes section. Lichfield District Council ...

Northern Area: Background

13.1 This part of the District is characterised by its attractive countryside, containing the eastern fringes of Cannock Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and ...

Policy NA.1: Cannock Chase - Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

The District Council will conserve and enhance the landscape, nature conservation and recreational value of Cannock Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Development will not ...

Policy NA.2: Needwood Forest/Blythe Valley Special Landscape Area

Development which would adversely affect the visual quality or nature conservation value of the Needwood Forest/Blythe Valley Special Landscape Area will not be permitted. The ...

Policy NA.3: Farewell and Chorley Area of Local Landscape Value

In the Farewell and Chorley Area of Local Landscape Value, where new building is acceptable in relation to Policy E.4 (Green Belt) permission will not ...

Housing

13.16 A detailed explanation of the District Council's housing strategy is given in the introduction to the housing chapter. In summary, the coverage by Green ...

Policy NA.4A: Church Lane, Armitage

0.94 hectares (2.3 acres) are proposed for housing development at Church Lane, Armitage, to accommodate approximately 18 dwellings. The housing layout and landscaping shall take ...

Policy NA.8: Lewis Lane, King's Bromley

1.9 ha (4.6 acres) of land are identified for the development of no more than 15 dwellings off Lewis Lane, King's Bromley. The site shall ...

Policy NA.11: Manor Park, King's Bromley

The District Council will protect the arcadian quality of the Manor Park area and will only allow the construction of new dwellings where the development ...

Policy NA.15: New Roads

It is proposed that the following new roads be constructed during the Plan period.1. Rugeley Eastern Bypass (part)2. King's Bromley BypassExplanation13.29 Both of these roads ...

Policy NA.17: Safeguarded Educational Land, Hayes Meadow School, Handsacre

1.1 ha (2.8 acres) of land adjacent to Hayes Meadow School, Handsacre are safeguarded for the provision of an extension to the school.Explanation13.33 This area ...

Policy NA.19: New Burial Grounds

The following areas are proposed for new burial grounds :-1. 0.2 ha (0.6 acres) of land at Church Lane, Armitage.2. 0.1 ha (0.3 acres) of ...

Additional Information

The following notes do not form part of the Local PlanNote 1 : Affordable HousingSince the adoption of the Local Plan the Council has considered ...

Appendix 1A: Affordable Housing Policy H.9

Affordable housing for the purpose of Policy H.9 of this plan is defined as dwellings for occupation by those unable to purchase the full equity ...

Appendix 1B: Policy H.2

Affordable housing for the purpose of policy H.2 of this plan is defined as dwellings which are affordable for occupation by those persons or families ...

Appendix 2: The District Council Car Parking Standards

ResidentialTwo car spaces per dwelling.Where higher density development is proposed such as terraced accommodation, small shared parking or garage courts may be provided with one ...

Policy DC.1: Amenity and Design Principles for Development

The District Council will expect all new development to meet the following requirements:-1. It should not cause loss of amenity to adjacent properties or the ...

Policy DC.2: Amenity

The District Council will not permit new residential development in locations where the amenities enjoyed by its residents would be significantly harmed by the presence ...

Policy DC.4: Re-Use and Adaptation of Rural Buildings

The following principles will be applied to the consideration of planning applications for change of use of buildings in the countryside:-1. The conversion of rural ...

Policy DC.5: Extensions to Dwellings in Green Belt

Where an extension in the Green Belt requires planning permission, it will be permitted providing the following requirements are met:-1. Where the dwelling lies within ...

Policy DC.6: Extensions to Dwellings in the Rural Area

Applications for extension to residential property in the rural area will only be permitted where they respect the scale, character, massing, design and materials of ...

Policy DC.7: Replacement Dwellings

The replacement of existing dwellings (on a one for one basis) outside development boundaries will only be permitted where it is demonstrated that the use ...

Policy DC.8: Gypsy Caravan Sites

The Council recognises that there will be a need for permanent sites forgypsies resorting to the District and transit sites for gypsies in the Districtduring ...

Policy DC.9: Residential Care Homes

The District Council will permit applications for changes of use of existing property for residential care homes if the following criteria are met:-1. There is ...

Policy DC.10: Stables and Equestrian Activities

The District Council will consider proposals for stables and equestrian activities in the countryside in relation to the following criteria:-1. New buildings for indoor equestrian ...

Policy DC.11: Golf Courses

Development for golf course use will not be permitted where there would be an irreversible loss of the best and most versatile agricultural land or ...

Policy DC.12: Microlighting

Microlight landing strips will be permitted where the following criteria are met:-1. The criteria of the Civil Aviation Authority and British Microlight Aircraft Association can ...

Policy DC.13: Noisy Sports

The District Council will only grant planning permission for noisy sports where:-(a) The noise generated by the proposal will be screened by an existing source ...

Policy DC.14: Sites of Recognised Importance

Prior to planning permission being granted on sites listed on the Sites and Monuments Register, developers may be required to provide an assessment, by trial ...

Policy DC.15: Archaeological Assessment

Where development proposals are made on sites with confirmed or potential archaeological interest, the District Council may require an archaeological assessment to be provided prior ...

Policy DC.16: Telecommunications

Planning permission will be granted for telecommunication developments where :-1. They are sited and designed so as to minimise visual impact.2. There is no reasonable ...

Policy DC.17: Existing Trees and Hedges on Development Sites

The District Council will require the retention, protection and conservation of established and mature trees and hedges on development sites unless it is shown that ...

Policy DC.19: Advertisement Control

The District Council will consider applications for consent to display advertisements against the following criteria:-1. Applications will not be granted where the advertisement either individually ...

A38 Corridor and Eastern Area: Background

14.1 This rural area contains the land to the north of Lichfield lying in the Trent and Tame Valleys and an area of gently rolling ...

Policy EA.1: Fradley Airfield Industrial Proposals

The District Council allocates 90 ha (222.4 acres) net for industrial development within the gross area shown on the Fradley Inset Plan. The following requirements ...

Policy EA.2: South Fradley

18.6 hectares (46 acres) are proposed for development at South Fradley to accommodate approximately 250 dwellings in the period up to 2001 and including a ...

Policy EA.3: Alrewas Mill

1.4 ha (3.5 acres) are proposed for housing development at Alrewas Mill to accommodate approximately 38 dwellings including conversion of existing buildings.Access shall be from ...

Policy EA.3A: Somerville Road, Alrewas

0.5 hectares (1.2 acres) are allocated for housing on land south of Somerville Road, Alrewas to accommodate approximately 12 dwellings. Access shall be from Somerville ...

Policy EA.6: Blakeways Close, Edingale

1.2 hectares (3.0 acres) are proposed for housing development off Blakeways Close, Edingale to accommodate approximately 25 dwellings. As part of the development 0.2 hectares ...

Policy EA.7: Hatchett Lane, Edingale

0.5 hectares (1.2 acres) is proposed for housing development at Hatchett Lane, Edingale to accommodate approximately 12 dwellings. Access shall be provided to the satisfaction ...

Policy EA.8: Burton Road/The Beck, Elford

1.1 ha (2.7 acres) are proposed for housing development at Burton Road and The Beck, Elford to accommodate up to 9 dwellings. The site may ...

Policy EA.9: Worthington Road/Jackman Road, Fradley

Up to 95 dwellings will be provided on land at Worthington Road, Fradley resulting from the clearance and redevelopment of existing substandard housing on the ...

Policy EA.10: Manor Farm, Harlaston

1.1 ha (2.75 acres) are proposed for housing development at Manor Farm, Harlaston to accommodate approximately 17 dwellings. Access to the site shall provide for ...

Policy EA.12: Fradley Recreation Zones

The area west of Gorse Lane and north of Wood End Lane shown on the Fradley Inset Plan shall be developed as a recreation zone ...

Policy EA.14: The Tame and Trent Valley

Within the Tame and Trent Valley area defined in the Proposals Map the District Council will encourage the use of land for waterbased recreation alongside ...

Policy EA.15: New Public Open Space

1. 1 hectare (2.47 acres) are allocated as public open space on land south of Somerville Road, Alrewas.2. 1.9 ha (4.75 acres) are allocated as ...

Policy EA.16: The National Forest

The District Council supports the principle of establishment of the National Forest as shown on the Proposals Map. The Council will encourage applicants seeking planning ...

Background: Lichfield

11.1 Many of the policies and proposals contained within this section of the Plan have previously been included in the draft Lichfield Local Plan which ...

Policy L.1: Walsall Road

38.5 hectares (95 acres) of land is proposed for residential development on land south of Walsall Road. Within the area development up to 2001 shall ...

Policy L.5: Scotch Orchard

0.48 ha (1.2 acres) are proposed for housing on land west of Scotch Orchard to include high density development either for starter homes or dwellings ...

Policy L.3: Beacon School

2.4 hectares (6 acres) are proposed for approximately 75 dwellings at Beacon School, Lichfield. The principal access to the site shall be from Abnalls Lane. ...

Policy L.4: Fosseway

1.8 ha (4.3 acres) are proposed for housing development on land south of Fosseway, to accommodate approximately 30 dwellings. Access to the site shall be ...

Policy L.7: City Wharf

1.9 hectares (4.7 acres) are proposed for housing on land at "City Wharf", Lichfield to accommodate approximately 85 dwellings. Access to the site shall be ...

Policy L.7A: Buffer Depot, Streethay

2.3 hectares (5.7 acres) are allocated for housing on the former buffer depot at Streethay to accommodate approximately 75 dwellings. Access shall be provided in ...

Policy L.9: Extension to Boley Park Industrial Estate

11.9 ha (29.1 acres) of land are proposed for industrial and warehouse development at Burton old Road, Streethay. The following requirements shall be met in ...

Policy L.10: Britannia Way

2.5 ha (6.2 acres) of land to the north of Britannia Way, Boley Park, are proposed for industrial development. The site shall be developed for ...

Policy L.12: Office Development Sandford Street

0.3 ha (0.75 acres) of land on Sandford Street, comprising four separate sites, as shown on the City centre inset to the Proposals Map, is ...

Shopping and City Centre Land Use: Introduction

11.38 Lichfield city centre is the most important shopping centre in the District and provides the range of other services and facilities that would normally ...

Policy L.13: City Centre Redevelopment

It is proposed that the areas shown on the City Centre Inset to the Proposals Map be developed or redeveloped primarily for shopping purposes. The ...

Policy L.14: Small Scale Developments

It will be the Council's policy to encourage small scale shopping developments within the primary and secondary retail areas providing pedestrian routes between streets or ...

Policy L.15: Primary Retail Area

Within the primary retail area:- Planning permission will not be granted for the change of use of ground floor shops to non-retail uses, including uses ...

Policy L.16: Secondary Retail Areas

Within secondary retail areas, as defined in the Lichfield City Centre Inset Plan the following will apply:-1. The change of use of existing non-retail premises ...

Policy L.17: Bird Street

The District Council propose to assist in the regeneration of Bird Street and maintain its essential character through the following policies:1. The change of use ...

Policy L.18: Dam Street

The District Council propose to maintain the mixed use character of Dam Street and retain its residential element through the following policies:-1. Planning permission will ...

Policy L.19: Business Areas

The conversion or redevelopment of properties for office use will be permitted in the business areas defined in the Lichfield City Centre Inset Map provided ...

Policy L.20: Social/Recreation and Other Uses

Subject to other land use policies the District Council will grant planning permission for proposals to use City Centre properties for social, recreational, cultural, religious ...

Transportation: Introduction

11.51 In association with the District Council the County Council (as Highway Authority) carried out a transport study for Lichfield which identified existing and future ...

Policy L.23: Road and Junction Improvements

It will be the District Council's policy to give planning protection to the land required for the following road and junction improvements:-1. Birmingham Road - ...

Policy L.24: Traffic Management

The Council propose to introduce additional measures to reduce, control and calm traffic movements in the City Centre Inset area, designed to increase safety and ...

Policy L.26: Rear Servicing

Within the primary and secondary retail areas, Bird Street and Dam Street the District Council will promote and encourage the provision of rear servicing facilities. ...

Policy L.27: Pedestrian Access to the City Centre

Within the city centre the District Council will through negotiation wherever possible seek, where development opportunities arise, to extend and improve the network of footpaths ...

Policy L.28: Car Parking - Commuted Payments

The District Council will require the achievement of its on site parking standards for new city centre development. Alternatively, and especially where the achievement of ...

Policy L.29: Replacement Parking

The District Council will require that any proposals resulting in the loss of existing car parking spaces shall ensure the replacement of those spaces, in ...

Policy L.30: Cathedral Parking and Traffic Management

1. The District Council will support proposals to reduce and control onstreet car parking within Cathedral Close, including the provision of alternative car parking facilities ...

Policy L.31: Lichfield Rail Stations

The District Council will seek the improvement of vehicular and pedestrian access and car parking for Lichfield Trent Valley and Lichfield City railway stations, including ...

Policy L.33: Cycleways

The District Council will prepare a cycling strategy and phased programme for implementation of a comprehensive network of cycleways including orbital and radial routes and ...

Recreation and Leisure: Open Space and Sport

11.74 The results of a survey of open space within Lichfield showed no overall deficiency when considered against the Structure Plan Policy of 7 acres ...

Policy L.35: Recreation Zones

The District Council will encourage the establishment of recreational uses within the recreational zones, shown on the Lichfield Inset Plan, in particular those which attract ...

Policy L.36: Recreation Zones

The following areas are defined as recreation zones:1. An eastern recreation zone east of the A38(T) and north of Tamworth Road.2. A western recreation zone ...

Policy L.37: Lichfield Linear Park

The District Council will develop a linear park based upon the corridor of open space passing through the City.The District Council will not permit development ...

Policy L.41: Recreational Footpaths

(a) Darwin Walk: The District Council will provide assistance in the formal establishment and improvement of the Darwin Walk.(b) Cross City Walk: The District Council ...

Environmental Improvement and Conservation

11.84 The quality of the urban environment is one of the most important concerns of this plan in relation to Lichfield. In general the quality ...

Policy L.42: Environmental and Housing Improvement

The District Council will pursue a programme of improvement of environmental and housing conditions within the housing area defined on the Proposals Map which will ...

Policy L.43: Traffic in Existing Residential Areas

The District and County Councils will introduce traffic management measures within existing residential areas in order to minimise levels of through traffic and traffic speeds ...

Policy L.44: Conservation Area Improvement

Within the city centre the District Council will carry out a programme of environmental improvement works to streets and other landscape improvements.Explanation11.90 Major environmental improvements ...

Policy L.45: Development Affecting Spaces

Within the city centre the District Council will not approve development which intrudes into or otherwise prevents full public enjoyment of any public spaces, including ...

Policy L.46: Shopfronts

In the Conservation Area the design of new, replacement or alterations to shop fronts will be required to be sympathetic to the remainder of the ...

Policy L.47: Cathedral Close

The District Council will not permit the change of use of buildings within Lichfield Cathedral Close which involve the introduction of commercial activities unrelated to ...

Policy L.48: Protection of Views

When considering new development proposals special care will be taken to ensure that views from public places from and into the city, and in particular ...

Landscape and Nature Conservation: Introduction

11.96 In Lichfield, landscape and townscape are often closely related because of the proximity of open space and water to the heart of the city, ...

Policy L.50: Landscape Improvements in Framework Open Space

Through the operation of its development control function and countryside project the District Council will encourage landscape improvements to be carried out in areas of ...

Policy L.51: Environmental Improvement

The District Council will implement improvements to areas of public open space which will include landscaping and the creation and enhancement of areas of nature ...

Policy L.52: Nature Conservation

The following sites are identified within the Lichfield Inset as important nonstatutory nature conservation areas to be protected under Policy E.18.1. Pipe Green and Pipe ...

Policy L.53: Stowe Pool

The District Council will not support uses of Stowe Pool which may affect its nature conservation value. Within Stowe Pool water catchment area development which ...

Tourism

11.103 Lichfield is an established tourist centre with the Cathedral as the main visitor attraction. In addition to individual attractions the historic character of the city and ...

Policy L.54: Hotel Accommodation

2.0 ha (4.9 acres) are proposed for an hotel on land forming part of Friary playing fields. The following criteria will be applied in considering ...

Policy L.55: Development of new Tourist Attractions

The District Council will encourage the development of new tourist attractions and initiatives consistent with the conservation of the historic fabric of the city of ...

Development Control Homepage

The Development Control team contains the planning officers who give general planning advice and consider planning applications submitted to this authority. Find out how ...

The perfect solution at your fingertips

Whatever your needs, we're confident we'll have something for you. From a 450 seat conference in the plush Lichfield Garrick, to a waterside ...

King Edwards VI Leisure Centre: Cost effective in the heart of Lichfield

We have a suite of meeting rooms that are perfect for presentations, groups meetings, parties and more. Situated in the heart of Lichfield you couldn't ...

Help with rent and council tax payments

Council tax support and housing benefit help people low incomes to pay for their housing costs and council tax. To find out if you are ...

How are housing benefit and council support calculated?

Housing benefit and council tax support are calculated by comparing how much income you get each week against the amount of money the government says ...

What is housing benefit?

Housing benefit helps people on a low income pay for their rent. You do not have to be unemployed or unable to work to ...

What is council tax support?

Council tax support helps people on a low income pay for their council tax bill. Until 1 April 2013 council tax support was called council ...

How to apply for housing benefit and council tax support

To apply for housing benefit and council tax support, you will need to fill in a claim form. Here's how: ...

How we check claims

To help detect and prevent fraud, we periodically check people's claims. If we plan to check your claim, we ...

How we pay benefits and council tax support to you

We pay housing benefit and council tax support in the following ways: How is housing benefits paid? We normally pay housing benefits directly to ...

What if I get claim too much benefits or council tax support?

If you receive more benefit than you are entitled to, we call it an 'overpayment'. Overpayments happen either when a customer doesn't tell us immediately of ...

Introduction to performance

We are committed to delivering high quality services, providing value for money and serving the needs of the community. We measure the Council's performance ...

Studio classes - yoga, aerobics, tai chi and more!

We have two multi-purpose aerobic studios at Burntwood Leisure Centre. They are a great place to work out in - the rooms have semi-sprung floors ...

Fax, email, phone or post

You can contact the food safety team by fax, email, telephone or post using the details below: Telephone: 01543 308725 Fax: 01543 308728 E-mail: food.safety@lichfielddc.gov.uk Post: ...

Introduction

Revenue expenditure covers day-to-day service provision, for example employee costs. Capital expenditure relates to major projects or building works. Revenue expenditure is funded from fees ...

Revenue Expenditure - Analysis of expenditure and income in 2004/5

The under spend for 2004/5 is £231,000. However, requests for the use of under spending to be carried forward to 2005/06 of £56,000 were approved ...

Revenue Expenditure

The overall summary of expenditure and financing is set out in the table below: ...

Council's main sources of Funding

The chart below summarises where the Councils main sources of funding come from. On this basis council tax accounts for 11% of the total, when ...

Comparison of Council Tax with other District Councils

The chart below compares the Council Tax for the District Council with the average for district councils nationally and the average for counties in the ...

Make up of Total Council Tax for 2004/05

The table below also shows the make up of total council tax for 2004/05, showing the District Council element only accounts for some 10% of ...

Homelessness Strategy

The Council is also responsible under the Homelessness Act 2002 to produce a Homelessness Strategy and Review for the District on a five-yearly basis. ...

April 2004

Positive Futures received funding from the police to help young people from Chasetown with sport and coaching. We were judged as a good council in ...

June 2004

Class Act, our programme helping young people form bands and develop their music, was awarded £20,000 funding from the National Foundation for Youth Music. 'Connecting ...

July 2004

The 'Green Festival', a unique event that aims to promote environmental awareness and the importance of being 'green' in a fun and entertaining way, was ...

August 2004

Local Burntwood children got involved in a Community Arts Project at Burntwood Leisure Centre and 'got creative' with the help of professional artists. We were ranked ...

October 2004

Thousands of school children took part in Local Democracy Week which aims to encourage young people to voice their vote. We became the first council ...

December 2004

The Ultimate Frisbee Midland Winter League took place at Friary Grange Leisure Centre and proved a real hit with spectators. Creative Futures offered local creative ...

January 2005

Local audiences were thrilled by Aladdin at the Lichfield Garrick, which smashed box office predictions and performed to over 19 sell-out audiences. An £80million regeneration ...

February 2005

Pupils from Saxon Hill School visited Lichfield District Council's Chamber to take part in a lively debate, hosted by Chairman Tony Hill. Local business leaders ...

Development plans

We are currently one of the first in the country to be progressing a Local Development Framework and have already produced 'preferred options' documents for ...

Community training

We had 754 people enrol on our training courses. This exceeded our target of 400. Customer satisfaction rating levels were very high at 91%. The ...

Food safety inspections

100% of inspections were carried out for all of our food premises, including all of those deemed to be at high risk. We organised foundation ...

Operational services

Over 46% of our collected waste was either recycled or composted. We are nationally the top performing Council for recycling. We cleared up 602 instances ...

Revenues, benefits and social inclusion

We collected 98.5% of Council Tax and 99.1% Business Rates. This was an improvement on last year and increases capacity to use the money collected ...

Cultural services

Through our Creative Futures project we have awarded 9 grants to innovative entrepreneurs and supported 200 new and existing Small and Medium Enterprises to access ...

Recognition

The Council has received many awards and accolades, a number of which are listed below: Beacon Award for Waste & Recycling ...

Letsrecycle.com Awards for Excellence in Recycling and Waste Management - 'Recycling Champion of the Year'

Ysanne Williams of our Operational Services team was crowned 'Recycling Champion of the Year' in recognition of the way she engaged the support of her ...

Drawing Inspiration Awards - the Campaign for Drawing

The Council was Highly Commended for its participation in the fifth 'Big Draw' organised by The Campaign for Drawing. Several different artists worked with pupils ...

Staffordshire University Raising Aspirations and Funding Award

Lichfield District Council in conjunction with the Making Space charity won this award for its Access to Leisure and Arts scheme, which makes leisure activities ...

National Outsourcing Association Awards - Best IT Outsourcing Deal Award

The Council was awarded the Best IT Outsourcing Deal Award in recognition of our groundbreaking IT Partnership with Staffordshire Moorlands District Council and the private-sector ...

IT Excellence Awards

Lichfield District Council was Highly Commended in these awards, again in recognition of our partnership with Staffordshire Moorlands District Council and Serco. ...

Institute of Public Relations Local Government Group's Excellence in Communications Awards - Young Communicator of the Year Award

Esther Epstein of our Communications Team was a finalist in these awards, which recognise best practice in communications from councils throughout the UK. ...

Unscheduled council tax direct debit – Wednesday 13 August 2014

Please accept our apologies for the unscheduled Council Tax direct debit payment that may have been taken from your bank account on 13 August 2014, ...

CPA results 2004

In our last Comprehensive Performance Assessment (CPA), carried out by the Audit Commission, we were judged to be a 'good' council. This means that we're ...

How to Register a Food Business

The Food Premises (Registration) Regulations 1991 require food businesses, including mobile food businesses, to register with the local council. Registration must take place 28 days ...

Common causes of fire

Electricity - neglect and misuse of wiring and electrical appliances. Refuse/rubbish - accumulating in work/storage areas. Smoking - discarded cigarettes, matches, inadequate ashtrays. Heaters - ...

Fire precautions and training

1. Fire Precautions These precautions will usually be stipulated in your Fire Certificate, but also give a good guide on the precautions any business should ...

Fire safety checklist for the workplace

1. Have you sought the advice of your local Fire Prevention Officer? YES / NO 2. Does your premises require a fire certificate? YES / NO ...

Safety in the home

The cost to the National Health Service of treating home accident injuries is estimated at £450 million per year, with an additional £1,740 million for ...

Forewords

It is a great privilege to be asked to write the foreword to this strategy. At Staffordshire University, we recognise that in the complex and ...

Introduction

Welcome to the Community Strategy for the District of Lichfield.The principal aim of this Community Strategy for the District of Lichfield is to make measurable ...

A strategy to achieve sustainable development

The Introduction amongst other things, tells us that one of the overall objectives of a Community Strategy is that it must "contribute to the achievement ...

What has happened so far?

In March 2002, Lichfield District Council hosted a stakeholder conference at Drayton Manor Conference Centre. Over 100 delegates attended from the public, private and community ...

What happens next - turning this into the community's strategy

Newly formed strategic theme partnership groups are now identifying local priorities, and learning and recognising their own abilities and capacities to work effectively together. The ...

European elections

Voting for the European Elections took place on 22 May 2014. The votes cast in the election were counted on Sunday 25 May. ...

Need low cost loans, or a great way to save?

Fusion Credit Union is a local financial cooperative whose members support each other through saving and borrowing together.  Its aims are to encourage members to ...

Debt advice services

Bromford Living, in partnership with Lichfield District Council, now offers a free, confidential Money Advice service to local people.For homeowners and tenants within Lichfield District, ...

How do I enquire as to when payment will be made for my invoice?

If you have supplied goods or services to the council, but have not been paid, your first point of contact should be the service team ...

National voluntary organisations

AbilityNet - are a charity that offers advice to people with disabilities on all aspects of computer usage for employment, communication, education, or ...

Business development in Lichfield District

We aim to encourage a thriving local economy where business prospers. The Business Investment and Support Team is involved in assisting the development of local ...

The team

Our leadership team has five members and is led by Diane Tilley. Each member of the leadership team heads up a service area, with its own ...

Jane Kitchen, Director of Finance, Revenues and Benefits

Key facts Works with the council's Cabinet Member for Finance, Democratic & Legal ServicesView the Cabinet Responsible to the Chief Executive ...

Neil Turner, Director of Leisure & Parks

Works with the Cabinet Member for Leisure & ParksView the Cabinet Responsible to the Chief Executive Leadership Team responsibilities Neil is ...

Diane Tilley, Chief Executive

Key facts Works with the Leader of the Council and the Cabinet As Chief Executive and the Head of the Paid Service, Diane leads ...

Richard King, Strategic Director of Democratic, Development and Legal

Key facts Works with the council's Cabinet Member for Economic Growth and Development and the Cabinet Member for Finance, Democratic & Legal Services View the Cabinet ...

Helen Titterton, Strategic Director of Community, Housing and Health

Key facts Works with the council's Cabinet Member for Community, Housing and HealthView the Cabinet Responsible to the ...

The role of Leadership Team members

The role of Directors: To lead the organisation to achieve the goals of the council. Each Director, as a member of the Leadership Team, ...

Boundary review

The Local Government Boundary Commission for England has announced its final recommendation that Lichfield District Council should have nine fewer district councillors. This will take ...

About the surcharge

From 28 November 2013, we started charging a 2% surcharge on all credit card payments for council tax and business rates. This is inline with ...

What to look for in a babysitter or childminder

Staffordshire County Council's Family Information Services team have prepared the following advice on what to look for in a babysitter or childminder  ...

Find out more

Social services in Lichfield Disrict are provided by Staffordshire County Council. Tel: 0300 111 8010 Service ...

Your questions answered

What is litter? Litter can be as small as a cigarette butt and as large as a bag of rubbish or it can mean lots ...

Do it online

Lichfield District Council provides a free service for the removal of dead animals from all publicly accessible areas. We do not remove dead animals ...

Protecting the River Mease

As a Special Area of Conservation (SAC), the River Mease is protected under the European Union's Habitats Directive. The river supports important wildlife and ...

What is the River Mease Partnership?

The River Mease Partnership includes agencies and local authorities that are working together to protect and improve the River Mease. They include: Lichfield District Council ...

Signs of problems

If you notice any of the below signs, act quickly to limit the environmental damage. Call your plumber or drainage specialist. Signs of problems ...

Where is your child tonight?

We have joined forces with a number of agencies to launch a campaign to urge parents to be aware of where their children are, and ...

Looking to a more Positive Future

Positive Futures delivers sports, leisure activities and youth work for 10 to 19 years olds who live or go to school in Burntwood. From ...

What is Positive Futures?

Positive Futures is a community project based in the Chasetown ward of Burntwood. It is funded (and hosted) by Lichfield District Council, as well as ...

What is the Parish Forum?

The Parish Forum is a constituted body and is a partnership between the parish councils and district council. It meets around 5 to 6 times each ...

Want something to do at the weekend?

What's Saturday INIT? It's part of a wider project called Burntwood INIT which aims to give young people something to do across weekends and ...

The Security Industry Authority

The Council is no longer responsible for the registration of Door Supervisors.The Security Industry Authority (SIA) exists to manage the licensing of the private security ...

Lichfield Scrap Barn, adapted IT equipment enabling disabled people to access work based learning opportunities

Project vision: The aim of Lichfield Scrap Barn as a low cost craft store is to enable disabled young people and adults the opportunity to ...

Making Charitable Collections

If you wish to make a House to House Collection for a charitable purpose a permit will be required. A house to house collection permit ...

Ensuring local standards

The trading standards service in Staffordshire is provided by Staffordshire County Council. Its responsibilities include: Weights and measures - from checking the quantity control ...

Flexible Powers to Provide Housing Renewal Assistance

The Regulatory Reform (Housing Assistance) (England and Wales) Order came into force in July 2002 and repeals much of the existing legislation governing the provision ...

LDC's CCTV Scheme

Lichfield District Council provides a CCTV (Closed Circuit Television) scheme throughout Lichfield City Centre in partnership with St Martins Property (who own the Three Spires ...

New users - how to register

If you've never used our Shopmobility service before, you'll need to register before you use a scooter. How to register All you need to do ...

Improving energy efficiency across the district

Our housing team is responsible for promoting and implementing of energy efficiency measures across the Lichfield District. Our affordable warmth strategy shows how we are working ...

Appeals

You can ask the Valuation Office Agency (VOA) to change your business's rateable value if you think it is incorrect or there has been some ...

Do it straight away

It's really easy to report a change in your circumstances, so if something in your life has changed make sure you tell us straight away. If you ...

Lichfield Markets

Lichfield Markets are operated by the Lichfield City Council. There are General Markets on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday each week. There is a Farmers' ...

About discretionary payments

If you have been awarded housing benefits, but are still struggling with your bills, you can ask us to consider giving you extra financial help, ...

There are four Community Rights

The new Rights contained within the Localism Act came into effect in 2012 and aim to devolve power from government to communities, local authorities and ...

Our approach

There are almost 500 empty properties in the district. Leaving a property empty can put it at risk of vandalism and arson, and even without ...

Requesting a backdate

Normally we will start your claim from the Monday after we receive your completed form. We may be able to pay benefit from an earlier ...

How to claim backdated benefit

If you would like to request a backdate of benefit, please write to the Council's Benefit section, giving the date that you would like the ...

Do you want us to look at the decision again?

If you have received a decision about housing or council tax benefit, you need to check your notification letters carefully. These show all the details ...

Ask us to explain, or dispute our decision

If you want us to explain the decision, you must contact us within one calendar month. A benefits officer will write to you with ...

Appealing against the decision

If you want to appeal against the decision, you should write to the benefits team clearly stating this and include all the reasons and evidence ...

The Appeals Tribunal

The tribunal normally comprises of a lawyer who is not from the council. If the case is complex there may be one other panel ...

Understanding county, district and parish

It's sometimes difficult to know what council and local authority is responsible for what local services. Here's a quick overview: Lichfield District Council ...

Revenues and benefits services

For more information regarding housing and council tax benefits, please contact us. Revenues and Benefits Services,Lichfield District Council, District Council House, Frog Lane, ...

A great place to learn

All of the schools, academies and colleges in Lichfield District (with the exception of independent schools) are overseen by Staffordshire County Council. A campus of ...

Local education authority schools

To view a page with more information about the school, including contact details, OFTSED report and a map, click on the name of the school. ...

Procuring services fairly, safely and efficiently

We are committed to procuring goods and services in an efficient, fair, equitable, safe and environmentally conscious way. Our approach includes:  Equal opportunities   ...

Fradley and Streethay Parish Council Election

Following the resignation of Cllr Alan Cope in the Streethay Ward of Fradley & Streethay Parish a vacancy has become available for a parish councillor. ...

How we achieve best value

Best value is a principle developed at a national level that seeks to ensure that Councils provide value for money by challenging what they do, ...

Best value at Lichfield District Council

The Council publishes its results in its Annual Report, in previous years this was known as the Best Value Performance Plan.The Council is also required ...

Our efficiency statement

The Council is also required to make returns to the Government that sets out how well it is achieving efficiency savings either as direct cashable ...

Sustainability Appraisal: Proposed Submission Local Plan Strategy (Updated) (November 2012)

Table of Representations received to the Updated Sustainability Appraisal (Novemeber 2012 of the Lichfield Local Plan: Strataegy.  Alrewas ...

Sustainability Appraisal (July 2012) Representations

Table of Representations received to the Sustainability Appraisal of the Lichfield Local Plan July 2012. J Adams ...

Local Plan: Strategy Proposed Submission (July 2012) Representations

Table of Representations received to the Proposed Submission Local Plan July 2012. J Adams Alrewas Civic ...

Local Plan Strategy: Main Modifications Representations

Table of Representations received to the Local Plan Strtaegy: Main Modifications consultation. Main Modifications Representations Aucott ...

Prices & Booking Information

Please find below the latest prices for all of the facilities and activities that Friary Grange Leisure Centre provides. For further information or to book please call ...

Southern Staffordshire local investment plan

In early 2011 we worked in partnership with Cannock Chase District Council, South Staffs District Council and Tamworth Borough Council and the Homes and Communities ...

Our housing strategy

We publish a housing strategy every three years which identifies the housing needs of Lichfield District and sets housing investment priorities. The strategy ...

Step-by-step guide to making an e-petition

You can petition the council using a paper petition or an e-petition, or both. Although, once someone has signed a petition in one format, they ...

Room to grow: rent your spare room and share your life skills

Have you got a room to spare and do you think you can offer crucial support to a young person between 16 and 18?  If ...

What is the PCC?

In 2012 the first Police & Crime Commissioners were elected across the country. In Staffordshire Matthew Ellis was voted in as Police & Crime ...

New housing development programme

Since the transfer of our housing stock to HomeZone Housing Association in 1997 (now known as Bromford), we have worked closely with the Homes and ...

Advice, grants and more

If you are worried about keeping your home warm, a more energy efficient home could be the answer. The easiest way to make your home energy ...

Advice from the Energy Savings Trust

To eliminate draughts and wasted heat use an easy-to-fix brush or PVC seal on your exterior doors. Stop draughts and ...

Things you could do over the next week or two to save energy

Exterior doors: To eliminate draughts and wasted heat use an easy-to-fix brush or PVC seal on your exterior doors. Remember, ...

Things you could do within the next year to save energy

Boiler: Replacing a 15-year old model could save you over 20% on your fuel bills, around 32% if ...

Finding out more about Lichfield District Council jobs

You can write to the personnel team at the following address: Personnel DepartmentDistrict Council House, Frog Lane, Lichfield, StaffordshireWS13 6ZF Alternatively, you ...

How to find out about local roadworks

The majority of roads in our district are looked after by Staffordshire County Council. They carry out a programme of maintenance and improvement works to ...

What is Lichfield District Safer Community Partnership?

Lichfield District Safer Community Partnership brings together more than 20 organisations that work with key statutory bodies, such as Staffordshire Police, Lichfield District Council, Staffordshire ...

Maintenance of roads and highways

The vast majority of roads and highways in the district are developed and maintained by Staffordshire County Council. If you notice a fault ...

Our promise to you

Our aim is to treat all customers with respect and in a fair and equal way. In 2006 we launched our new customer services team ...

Our attitude

At all times we aim to: Demonstrate a positive attitude, showing care, empathy, courtesy, respect and a ...

Our approach when you contact us

At all times we will aim to:When you call us by telephone: We will answer the phone as quickly as possible, and ...

Growing Gains

The project Growing Gains is part of extending the Community Garden through linking in with Staffordshire Wildlife Trust and local primary schools to rescue and ...

Report it online

A dedicated in-house team at the council carries out a range of street cleansing services across the district. The team cleans approximately 900,000 metres of streets throughout the ...

Latest pricing and booking information

Below are the latest prices for all the facilities that Burntwood Leisure Centre provides. Alternatively, you can download a printable leaflet. To book, please call ...

What to do if you moving into or out of the district?

It is your responsibility to notify us when you move into the district, move within the district, or move outside of the district. ...

By recycling ...

You are helping to protect the environment for future generation. We are proud to be one of the best in the country at recycling. Here's ...

What happens to paper and card?

Paper is sent to a paper mill, pulped down and turned into new paper! Your newspaper could be back on the news-stand in as ...

Sustainable Environment Partnership

The sustainable environment partnership is a new, broad ranging partnership dealing with issues relating to the built and natural environment including housing, planning and transport ...

Organisations involved in the Partnership

The following organisations contribute, or have contributed to the group. Each organisation is listed only once, but it should be noted that some of the ...

Chairman and Main Contacts

Chair: To be electedSecretariat and main contact: Chris Stanley, Strategic Partnership Manager, Lichfield District Council. Tel:     01543 308737 Email: chris.stanley@lichfielddc.gov.uk ...

Bringing people together

This neighbourhood forum brings together the views of local people in Lichfield City, primarily through seeking the views of local residents' associations and other local ...

About the Youth Forum

Staffordshire County Council Youth Service is leading on the development of the Lichfield District Youth Forum which is open to all young people from Lichfield, ...

Chairman and Main Contact

Chair:  To be elected Secretariat and Main Contact:  Mark Koszak, Youth Partnership Coordinator, Staffordshire County Council Youth Services.  Tel:  01543 510698 Email: mark.koszak@staffordshire.gov.uk. ...

Swimming, aqua aerobics, toddler fun and more

At Burntwood Leisure Centre we have two swimming pools.  The main 25m pool has six lanes, making it ideal for competitive or leisurely swimming.  We ...

Badminton, basketball, volleyball and more

Our sports hall has been designed for all the family to enjoy. Multi-purpose court markings and modern equipment enable you to enjoy a variety of ...

Keep active and have fun in our squash courts

At Burntwood Leisure Centre, we have two full size squash courts. If you don't want to play, you can also view the action from ...

Football, tennis and more!

Our modern ground surfacing materials and floodlighting mean you can enjoy outdoor sports whatever the weather! At Burntwood Leisure Centre,  you can choose from: ...

Competitions, sponsorship & advertising

intouch is distributed to households across the district. It features council news, activites, local events and much more. The publication is issued twice a year - in the spring/summer and ...

Keeping you up-to-date on local news

We publish our residents’ magazine, intouch, twice a year and send it to the majority of households across the district. In general, a summer/autumn edition ...

The ideal venue for your meeting!

If you require a venue for a meeting, training course or an informal chat with employees, our conference room is ideal.  We have all the facilities ...

Timetables and information

Local trains Local trains are provided by London Midland. For more information, view the local train network and local timetables. ...

Club Air

Club Air is the new addition to our fitness facilities.  It comprises a range of air resistance equipment which complements the existing Evolve Fitness Suite. ...

Information on local bus services

You can find full bus timetables on the Traveline Midlands website. For information on bus passes, please visit ...

Loved by parents and kids alike

Let your toddlers meet new friends and burn off excess energy at our weekly activity sessions for pre-school children. We also run coaching courses in ...

Sports Hall

The leisure centre's four court sports hall can be hired for a multitude of purposes including: Badminton Short Tennis Table ...

Save up to 30% on leisure activities today!

You can save up to 30% on leisure activities today, with a Leisure Activity Passport. Benefits include: ...

Looking after your personal data

The Data Protection Act 1998 is a law designed to protect anyone's personal information that is data stored on computers or organised paper filing systems by ...

Economic regeneration in Staffordshire

The Southern Staffordshire Partnership is an alliance of the public, private and voluntary organisations in Lichfield, Cannock Chase, Tamworth, East Staffordshire, South Staffordshire and Stafford districts. ...

Useful links

As well as Lichfield District Council, the Southern Staffordshire Partnership works with a variety of organisations: Cannock Chase District Council East ...

We take a hard line

Every year we prosecute and sanction hundreds of local people for benefit fraud.  This is because it is estimated that £700 million is claimed and ...

Sessions and booking

King Edward VI Leisure Centre offers gymnastics and dance coaching sessions for children. Both courses run for 12 weeks following the school term ...

Badminton, basketball and more

The leisure centre's five court sports hall can be hired for a multitude of purposes including: ...

Our squash courts

To compliment and top off our range of activities, we also have two squash courts. You can view the action from our viewing galleries or ...

Small Society Lotteries

From 1st September 2007 the Gambling Act 2005 replaced the provisions of the Lotteries and Amusements Act 1976 and from that date those Societies registered ...

Scrap metal Licensing

From 1 December 2013, the new Scrap Metal Dealers Act 2013 came into force across England and Wales. If you are a Scrap Metal Dealer, ...

Activities for Children

We offer a range of activities for younger children including: Badminton Squash Table tennis Basketball ...

About the museum

The house has been a museum since 1901 - one of the earliest personal museums in the country. There were major renovations to ...

Sporting and Leisure Opportunities for Adults

We have a number of different sporting and leisure opportunities for adults within the Leisure Centre. Whether it's a casual game of badminton or squash ...

What you can expect: This is the Council's promise to you

The level of service you will receive during the investigation of your complaint at Stages 1-3 is set out below: ...

Not satisfied with the outcome?

If at the end of the Council's investigations you are not satisfied with the outcome you can contact: The Local Government Ombudsman The Ombudsman provides ...

Contacts

At any stage of the complaints procedure you can contact: Your Local Councillor Full details of Councillors' names and addresses are available by visiting our ...

Tell us what you think!

Lichfield District Council aims to maintain and improve the quality of life for everyone in the district by meeting customer needs and delivering first class ...

Suggestions and Compliments

If you have a suggestion about how we could do things differently to improve service delivery, please let us know. It is also important that ...

Complaints

If you feel we are doing something wrong or have given you a poor service we need to know about it so that we can ...

What is an Article 4 Direction?

This is a legal device available to all Local Authorities enabling them to exert tighter controls on changes to the outside of houses facing a ...

What is a conservation area?

A conservation area is 'an area of special architectural or historic interest, the character or appearance of which it is desirable to preserve or enhance.' ...

How are they protected?

In addition to the important overriding policy requirement that all new development should pay special regard to the character or appearance of the conservation area, ...

Introducing Article 4 Directions

There are many fine historic buildings within the 21 Conservation Areas in Lichfield District that are not protected as listed buildings. Nevertheless, these buildings are ...

What is a listed building?

A "Listed Building" is one which has been formally declared to be of 'special architectural or historic interest' by being placed on statutory lists compiled ...

How are buildings listed?

Most buildings were listed in the national re-survey of listed buildings which began in 1970, and has just been completed. Additions to the list can ...

What is the effect of listing?

When a building is listed, it is recognised as being of special architectural or historical interest or both, and its details become part of a ...

When do I need listed building consent?

You will need to get listed building consent from the District Council if you want to demolish a listed building or any part of it, ...

How do I apply for listed building consent?

Your first step should be to contact the Development Control Team of the District Council before you make an application. Council officers can advise you ...

Consideration of applications

The fact that a building is listed does not necessarily mean that it must be preserved intact for all time; the main purpose of listing ...

Can I get a grant for repairs?

The District Council runs a small grant scheme, the Historic Buildings Grant. This scheme aims to help with the cost of repairs to historic buildings and is ...

Do I have to pay VAT on alterations?

  As from 1 October 2012 VAT at the standard rate (20%) applies to all materials and services supplied in the course of approved alterations ...

What if I let my listed building deteriorate?

Owners have the most important role in looking after historic buildings, and many take great pride in the care of their property and in preserving ...

Leader's Blog

Cllr Mike Wilcox, Leader of Lichfield District Council, runs a blog to make it easy for local residents to both contact him, and ...

All Aboard & Get your ticket to ride

Could you or someone you know be eligible for a free bus pass? Do you have a friend or family member that is due to ...

We're here to help

General housing enquiries Email: housing@lichfielddc.gov.ukCall: 01543 308715 Homelessness enquiries Email: housing@lichfielddc.gov.ukCall: 01543 308703 / 308711 or 308709 Write to us ...

How to stay safe

The chance that you or a member of your family will be a victim of violent crime is low. Violent crimes are still comparatively rare ...

Staying safe at home

Make sure your house or flat is secure. Always secure outside doors. Fit barrel locks top and bottom. If you have to use ...

Staying safe when you're out and about

If you often walk home in the dark, get a personal attack alarm from a DIY store or ask your local crime prevention officer where ...

Staying safe in taxis and private hire vehicles

If you are going to be out late or don't want to travel on public transport on your own, try to arrange a lift home ...

If the worst happens

Think what you would do if someone attacked you. Could you fight back, or would you avoid resisting and wait to escape? Only ...

If you have been attacked

Assaults and rapes are serious crimes, whether committed by a stranger or someone you know. Call the police straightaway. They need your help ...

Online finder

Your parish council is responsible for local services such as bus stops, town/village halls, allotments, some parks and other local facilities. To find your ...

An external view

Each year our appointed external auditors prepare a report and make recommendations on how well we are managing the council. Read our latest audit ...

Download our Statement of Accounts

Every year we publish a statement of accounts that details how we have performed financially. We also publish an easy to read summary of accounts. ...

A superb facility in the heart of the city

Beacon Park Retirement Village, a new concept in retired living, was unveiled to regional and national acclaim in Autumn 2005. A partnership between HomeZone (now ...

Promoting well-being at home

At Beacon Park Village, you decide how you want to fill your day. You could work out in the superb fitness suite and gym, be ...

Bringing people together

Connecting Communities encourages communities to work on joint ventures with faith and community groups and to work with public service providers. We can ...

The new easier way to claim

If you're over 60 and on a low income, you may be able entitled to pension credit, council tax benefit and/or housing benefit. To find ...

Fill in a claim form

To apply for housing benefit and council tax support, you will need to fill in a claim form. Here's how: Download and print ...

Salting, snow clearing and more

Stafforshire County Council maintains the vast majority of roads and highways in Lichfield District. Visit The Highways Agency to find out about any ...

Driving in bad conditions

Is your vehicle up to it? So it can cope with conditions, your vehicle needs to be ready for winter journeys. However, always consider whether a ...

Making an Application

Schools across the district are run by Staffordshire County Council. For more information about admissions visit Staffordshire County Council's Admissions section. You can make ...

Staffordshire County Council - Transport and Planning

Staffordshire County Council is at the heart of bringing a host of partners together to deliver a transport network which serves the needs of people ...

Handy online service

You can search, renew, order or reserve books using Staffordshire County Council's TalisPrism system. To renew, order or reserve books you must have your borrower ...

Happy Christmas & New Year!

We hope you have an enjoyable Christmas Break. Here's our opening times for over the festive period... Lichfield Connects customer ...

What to do if you have a gas leaks / carbon monoxide poisoning

If you smell gas, think you have a gas leak, or are worried that fumes containing carbon monoxide are escaping from a gas appliance, call ...

How to protect your home from fire

Every year over 55,000 fires in the home kill 700 people and injure another 10,000. The most common causes of these fires are chip pans, ...

What to do if a fire breaks out

We all try to prevent fire starting in our home. But it only takes an unguarded or careless moment for a fire to start. A ...

Wake up and get a smoke alarm!

Many deaths and injuries could be prevented if people had early warning and were able to get out in time. Buying and fitting a smoke ...

Major emergencies - what you need to know

The Cabinet Office has developed a website that is packed full of useful hints and tips on how you can help yourself and your family ...

Inspiring a generation

The London 2012 Games were remarkable and we were all so proud to support Team GB. Around 25,000 people saw, and were inspired by, ...

Household recycling centres

Household Waste Recycling Centres, or 'tips' in the district are run by Staffordshire County Council. At the centres, there are facilities to recycle newspapers, magazines, ...

Online local club finder

Interested in gymnastics, rugby, karate, netball, football, sewing, jewellery making or more, but not sure how to take your interest further? Help is at hand ...

Gambling Licensing

Since September 2007, Lichfield District Council have been responsible for Gambling Licensing, issuing premises licenses for: Bingo halls Adult ...

Giving us your views

If you are concerned about an application that has been made for a premises licence, you will be able to make representations to the Licensing ...

How to apply

Tourism signs (white on brown) are intended for essential directional guidance to tourist attractions for traffic.  Staffordshire County Council's Highways Team is responsible for considering and ...

Location and opening times of council offices

There are two offices in the district, these are located in Lichfield and Burntwood. Their contact details are as follows: Lichfield District Council House ...

Check your council tax band

Search your council tax banding using this service from the Valuation Office Agency (VOA). You can check your band by either entering your postcode ...

Lichfield City Football Club car park

Project vision: This is the first stage in our aim to re-develop the facilities both on and off the pitch at Brownsfield Road, we have ...

Work out how much benefit you can claim

Use our handy online calculator to find out whether you are eligible for housing benefit and council tax support.  The calculator will estimate* how much ...

The first Grammar School

Looking today at the modern complex of offices that are home to Lichfield District Council, it is difficult to imagine that parts of the building date ...

20th century to present day

The site was used as the Grammar School until 1903, with the area at the front being used as the scholars' playground. In the end, ...

What do councillors do?

Councillors (also known as members) are normally elected for four year terms, and play an important role in the running of the council. As well as ...

Am I eligible to be elected?

To be eligible to become a councillor, you must: be over 18 years of age. be a British subject, or a ...

How much will it cost?

There is a limit on how much you can legally spend on your election campaign, but these are costs which you (or maybe a party) ...

Do councillors get paid?

Councillors, although unpaid, receive an annual allowance which reimburses them for time they have spent on council duties, as well as telephone and other office ...

Prices & Booking Information

  Please find below the latest prices for all of the facilities and activities that King Edward VI Leisure Centre provides. For further information or to book ...

Pit Pony Miner project in Burntwood

The Burntwood Miner and Pit Pony Sculpture was developed in conjunction with The Burntwood Heritage Group and was unveiled as a permanent bronze memorial to ...

About Bromford Living

We do not own or maintain any council housing. All properties we previously owned are now owned and maintained by Bromford Living Housing ...

Light Fantastic

Project vision: To improve the amenity and public perception of a deprived neighbourhood Location: Dimbles Shopping parade Partners: Lichfield District Council, Lichfield City ...

Police and Crime Commissioner Elections

Local people voted in the first ever election for Staffordshire's Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) on Thursday 15 November 2012.  The result of the election ...

Lichfield Historic Parks Project

Project vision: The Lichfield Parks Project aimed to deliver regionally noteworthy parks through major capital investment driven by community involvement.  The restoration and enhancement of ...

Find out more and book a collection

If you or someone in your household is being treated at home for a medical condition, the waste produced may be considered clinical waste and ...

Noise from scrap metal collectors

If you notice a scrap metal collector advertising their trade by playing a recording through a loudspeaker, then please report it to us via our ...

Compulsory Purchase Order

This page contains information about a Compulsory Purchase Order for an employment site in Streethay.   Latest News A General Vesting Declaration (GVD) has been ...

Our e-payments system

Our online payments system is now available at www.lichfielddc.gov.uk/epay   Please note that when paying for council tax or NNDR bills, there is a ...

About the project

The Burntwood 'Live at Home' Art Group is a group of older people who live independently and meet every Monday to learn different arts and ...

Terms and Conditions for Petitions

The purpose of the e-petition service is to enable as many people as possible to make their views on issues within Lichfield District known. All petitions will be ...

Football coaching

The football coaching course caters for children aged 5 to 12 years of any ability, teaching basic skills and knowledge. All coaches are all FA ...

Badminton

Junior Badminton coaching sessions for all abilities. The course consists of 12, 1 hour coaching sessions on a Sunday.Time: Sundays 11am - 12pmAge: 7 to 15 ...

Courses at Burntwood Leisure Centre

We offer a wide range of coaching courses, for both children and adults, which are detailed in the links below.  All junior coaching courses ...

Trampoline coaching

This is a great way to keep fit as well as enjoy something that helps to increase body control and awareness.The course is designed for ...

Gymnastics

The gymnastics coach will guide participants through the basics in gymnastics. Progression during the course will be apparent with children gaining various badges and certificates, ...

What is Lichfield District Council doing about Sustainable Development?

In December 2000 we produced our Agenda 21 Strategy "Achieving the Charter for Sustainability". This was an Action Plan which reviewed the progress we ...

Transforming our services and delivering efficiency

We are supported by the Improvement & Efficiency West Midlands (IEWM), which is a sector-led organisation that supports local councils and their wider public sector in our ...

Petition terms and conditions

We will accept and publish all petitions on this website, as long as they meet our terms and conditions. Petitioners may freely disagree with ...

Protocol for Pre-application Discussions on Planning Applications.

  Entering into pre-application discussions is widely acknowledged as being beneficial to the planning/development management process, as it ensures that both developers and local planning ...

Development Team Approach to Major Planning Applications (DTA)

  This guidance note explains Lichfield District Council’s approach to pre-application discussions on more significant development proposals. This is to be delivered by the use ...

Greenhill Junction environmental improvements

Project vision: The initial application sought funding to complete environmental improvements to the soft and hard landscaping on the four corners of the crossroads, Birmingham ...

Why we give you good value for money

Last year the average district council tax bill nationwide was nearly £147.29. In Staffordshire it was nearly £138.55 - ours was just under £123.02 (2006/2007 ...

A cleaner and greener district

Well done - you recycled nearly half (46%) of all your rubbish - we collected over 43,000 tonnes and recycled or composted over 20,000 tonnes. ...

A better quality of life

Our Community Transport scheme is proving extremely popular with bookings up 40%. This year the team celebrated the 25,000 mile mark! We were ...

How is your payment divided between councils, police and fire services?

Lichfield District Council collects council tax on behalf of Staffordshire County Council, parish councils, the fire and police services. Here's how the average ...

About the increase

This year your contribution to the services provided by Lichfield District Council has increased by 3.9% That's an average £4.80 extra on your yearly bill. ...

Reductions on your bill

You may be entitled to a reduction on your bill - here are some of the reasons why: you are entitled to ...

Pathway Project

Project vision: Pathway Project support victims of domestic and sexual violence. Last year we applied for a grant from Section 106 funding to re-vamp our ...

Delegated Scheme

Planning applications will be determined by Planning Officers under delegated powers in accordance with the Development Plan policies and District Council policies and guidance UNLESS: ...

Apply online or download an application form

The Housing Act 2004 makes licensing compulsory for houses in multiple occupation that are: three or more storeys high; ...

Thank you to everyone who gave their views

Thank you to the hundreds of people who gave us their views by filling in our Your View questionnaire in summer 2014. Over 1,400 ...

Planning Constraints

Flood Risk Some properties within the district are affected by Flood Risk. The Environment Agency provides further details on how it may effect your property. ...

Learning for life

Helping you to learn new skills Our Community Training centre in Burntwood (the Old Mining College) is a great place to improve your skills and ...

Legal requirements for businesses

Your workplace must be completely smokefree (smoking rooms are no longer allowed)A5 sized 'No Smoking' signs are required at all public (and possibly employee) entrances ...

What happens if businesses don't comply

Lichfield District Council are responsible for monitoring whether local businesses are complying with the law. Our Enforcement Officers are authorised to issue the following penalties, ...

Contact Details and download

To find out more about the Compact, contact either Rose Vakis or Steve Lightfoot using the details below. You can also download the Compact to ...

Well done to the team and thanks to our residents

Deputy Prime Minister, John Prescott, commented: "I would like to congratulate all authorities who have achieved Beacon status this year. Beacon authorities help to create sustainable ...

Waste & recycling

Waste & Recycling Theme Waste management is a key environmental service that all local authorities have to provide by statute. Weekly waste collection and ...

Transforming the delivery of services through partnerships theme

Transforming The Delivery Of Services Through Partnerships Theme Beacon authorities in this theme demonstrate how working in partnership has achieved real improvements in service delivery ...

A new way to get the advice you need ...

We work in partnership with Staffordshire County Council to provide financial advice and guidance to people who receive care in their homes (through Fairer Charging), or ...

Apply by Monday 12 January 2015

Sport Across Staffordshire & Stoke on Trent is seeking to recruit a Board Chair. This is a voluntary position and includes expenses only. They have ...

Easy ways to pay

You can pay your council tax in a number of ways, including:  By direct debit The easiest way to pay your council tax ...

Solid Wall Insulation

If you live in a solid wall property and would like to increase your comfort and reduce your energy bills this video shows you how. ...

Reporting a breach of planning control

If you suspect a breach of planning control you should either: contact the Enforcement Team submit an online complaint or ask your Ward Councillor or ...

From getcomposting.com

Making your garden beautiful is even easier when you use a compost bin! As well as being a great way to get rid of kitchen ...

How can we improve?

We know councils don't always explain things clearly! Sometimes we even seem to talk our own language. This isn't helpful and we want to ...

One monthly payment of benefits

By 1 April 2014 the following benefits will be replaced with a single benefit, called Universal Credit: income support income based jobseekers ...

Get fit for less

Hire a tennis, squash or badminton court for only £2 For only £2, under 16's can hire a third of a full size pitch ...

Allotments in Lichfield District

Lichfield District Council do not directly run or own any allotments, but the list below will give you information on allotments in the district ...

Why should your business consider BCM?

Implementing BCM and making it part of your core business processes will help prepare your long term business to survival when faced with anything from ...

The 6 Stages of the BCM Life-cycle

Implementing BCM is a simple, structured process: BCM programme managementEnables the business continuity capability to be both established and maintained appropriate to the size of ...

The Bottom Line

Many businesses decide not to implement BCM because of the perceived impact on the Bottom Line - the cost of re-allocating existing staff to BCM ...

Ants

Common Black Ant, Garden Ant (Lasius niger) Description Typical worker ants are 3-4mm long of a brown/black colour with elbowed antennae and biting ...

Pigeons

Found throughout UK the Feral (town) Pigeon is descended from the wild Rock Dove and racing pigeons. Feral pigeons are found in all ...

About our pest control service

We offer pest control services to householders in Lichfield District through the Council's partnership agreement with pest control specialists - MITIE Pest Control. ...

Rats

First recorded in the early 18th Century the Common, Norway, Sewer or Brown Rat is found in abundance throughout the UK. More common than its ...

Mice

The House Mouse is believed to have arrived in Britain around 10th Century BC. It is common in a wide range of urban and rural ...

Bees

Note - Lichfield District Council does not offer a pest control service to collect or exterminate Honey Bees. The following is for information only ...

Bed bugs

Description Bed Bug adults are reddish-brown, oval, flattened insects from 4-5mm long and 1.5-3mm wide before feeding. Engorged adults tend to be swollen and ...

Cockroaches

There are two types of pest cockroach commonly found in the UK, the Oriental Cockroach and the German Cockroach.  Both are quite large and distinctive winged insects ...

Cat and dog flea

Description Adult fleas are 2-3mm in length and generally of a shiny brown appearance. They have a thin, laterally flattened body and large hind ...

Wasps

The Common Wasp (Vespula vulgaris) and German Wasp (Vespula germanica) are the most common species found in the UK and are almost identical in appearance. ...

Updating and Screening Assesment

Lichfield District Council complete annual air quality reports as required under Part IV of the Environment Act 1995.  View current and archived reports ...

Lichfield District Tourism Association

Are you interested in supporting tourism in Lichfield District? Would you like to see more tourists through your doors? Then the Lichfield District Tourism Association ...

The council's responsibilities

Local authorities have the primary duty to deal with stray dogs. Under section 149 of the Environmental Protection Act 1990, Lichfield District Council is responsible ...

Report it to us immediately

If you lose your dog, please report it immediately to our environmental health team on 01543 308725. We will ask you for the following details:  ...

Steps to follow

A stray dog can be defined as one that is in a public place and not under the charge of its keeper. It is easy to ...

Our rehoming approach

By law, we must keep all stray dogs found in Lichfield District for at least seven days. After this time, the dog becomes the ...

Be an active part of your community

Staffordshire County Council's Community Watchdog Scheme is a countywide network of volunteers. They act as the eyes and ears for their community and assist ...

Design and access statements - General Points

Important that the statement is concise The level of detail will depend on the scale and complexity of the application, but ...

Design and access statements - What is required?

Design Component - This should explain design principles and concepts that have been applied to the following aspects : amount; layout; scale; landscaping and appearance ...

Alteration to requirements

New requirements for supporting documents when submitting applications for planning permission and listed building consent came into force on the 1st January 2011. These are ...

Sundry debtor invoices

The Council sends out sundry debtor invoices for the following services: Building control inspections Housing benefit overpayments ...

If things go wrong

Councils exist to serve the public. But, even in the best councils, things can go wrong. If you think something has gone wrong ...

About the code

The District Council has recently adopted a local code of corporate governance. The code sets out and describes the Council's commitment to corporate ...

Our Budget Book

The Budget Book contains information relating to the Council's finances. Download the Budget Book ...

Find out more

Our council is led by Cllr Mike Wilcox who is the Leader of the Council. Find out more about Mike on his blog. His ...

Having your say

Can I speak at Committee?If you are the applicant or have written to the District Council either in support or to object to an application, ...

More information

How can a registration of interest to speak be recorded? The planning agenda will be released for public viewing 5-working days prior to the meeting ...

The Planning Committee

What is the Planning Committee?The Planning Committee makes decisions on planning applications in the Lichfield District area. It also considers matters of tree preservation orders, ...

Your nearest library

Libraries are run by Staffordshire County Council. To find out about individual libraries on the county council's website, please click on the "More information" links ...

A close encounter (Dam Street)

Brooke HouseLook for the plaque on Brooke House in Dam Street. The building is named after Lord Brooke, who led the parliamentary forces against the ...

Moses and the moggs (Minster Pool)

Minster PoolIn the early 1800s Minster Pool had a bad reputation as sewage for encouraging disease and sickness in the City. After various improvement schemes ...

The franciscan friary (The Friary)

The FriaryThe Friary was founded 1230. It was destroyed on the orders of Henry VIII in 1538 and little remains today of the monastery buildings. ...

Low-cost advertising opportunities

Visit Lichfield, the council's tourism team, produces a range of not-for-profit guides. From the much loved visitor guide, to What's On, which is published twice a ...

A great partnership

Lichfield District Tourism Association is a public and private sector partnership set up in 1996. The association has over 150 members. It is a dynamic ...

Planning Decisions

When you make a planning application we will do the following: Register your application; ...

Submitting a planning application

This page explains what happens to your planning application after we receive it. Step 1 - We register your application The first ...

You are not alone!

If you are a private landlord, why not find out about the help and advice on offer: Landlords' Forum  This quarterly forum gives private landlords ...

Follow the Fireworks Code

If you buy fireworks, always make sure they comply with BS 7114 and are clearly marked for their intended use 'Indoor, Garden ...

Lichfield District Play Strategy (2007 - 2012)

Lichfield District's Play Partnership has completed a Play Strategy which looks at all of the district's play facilities and how they can be developed over ...

Make an application for a new or amended address(es)

Who should submit an application? If you are an individual or developer building a new development (residential or otherwise) or converting a property which ...

How are street names chosen?

We are responsible for naming and numbering all new streets and properties, including new developments in the district.  Where new roads are constructed, developers can ...

Frequently asked questions

Can I change/add a name to my property? Yes, if your property already has a name you can change it. If your property ...

Street naming and numbering in Lichfield District

Our geographical information management team looks after the naming and numbering of streets and buildings across the district. It is vital we keep up-to-date ...

St Paul’s Church Centre Refurbishment

Project Vision: To allow the church centre to be the focal point of the community and to cater for that community’s needs. To provide a ...

We really appreciate your time and effort

Your survey has been successfully submitted. Thank you for taking time to fill out the survey today. If you have any questions about this ...

Find out more

You can only vote in elections if your name is on the register of electors. The vast majority of eligible residents in the district are ...

Find out more

The Electoral Registration Officer makes and keeps two versions of the electoral register - the full register and the open register. We update ...

Find out more

Any registered elector can apply to vote by proxy (appointing someone else to vote on your behalf). When you apply for a proxy vote ...

What we do

We are not responsible for protecting private property (such as homes and businesses) during or before a flood - this is the responsibility of the ...

Rest centres

In the event of a flooding emergency that requires people to be evacuated from their homes, Lichfield District Council has identified a number of premises across the ...

Help and advice if you are worried about flooding

If you are worried about flooding or have been affected by flooding, this section contains lots of handy information and links.  Worried about flooding? View a ...

Community Infrastructure Levy

What is the Community Infrastructure Levy? The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a tariff upon development which Local Authorities can opt to charge in ...

Regenerate The Riddings

Project vision: The project sought to improve the environment around the sports fields and to develop the playing facilities for the junior footballers ...

We hope you find them useful

We've developed these FAQs to help you if you have been affected by flooding. The FAQs are based on advice provided by the Environment Agency ...

Can children play in the flood water?

Please keep children away from flood water which can be contaminated with sewage, animal waste, chemicals or rat's urine (which could lead to Weil's disease). ...

Is flood water an immediate health risk?

Yes, flood water can be contaminated with sewage, animal waste, chemicals or rat's urine (which could lead to Weil's disease). Keep your hands away from your ...

Advice if you think you may become homeless

Seek advice The first thing you should do if you think you may lose your home is to seek advice about your rights at an ...

Saxon Hill Community Café Phase 1 and Phase 2

Project vision: To build a Community Café which will: be open to the public be available ...

A new home for your old household items

If you are getting rid of old furniture or household items that are still in good working order, why not consider donating them, rather than ...

Freecycle

One person's rubbish is someone else's treasure! That's the ethos behind Lichfield Freecycle, a brand new initiative which matches people who have items to get ...

Staffordshire Furniture Reuse Network

The Staffordshire Furniture Reuse Network are a group of community run 'not-for-profit' or charity organisations that specialise in selling hugely discounted second hand furniture to ...

recycle.co.uk

The website www.recycle.co.uk is a free service that allows members to list their unwanted items for Charities to claim if they wish to do so ...

Key dates and documents in the LDF process

When prepared, the Lichfield District Core Strategy will form a key part of the Local Development Framework (LDF) for Lichfield District. It will contain a ...

How to give your views

Our latest consultation on our Core Strategy ended on 28 February 2011, further consultation will be taking place in the future and here ...

Anti-social behaviour

We work with the local police to tackle and prevent anti-social behaviour in our communities. Find out about our anti-social behaviour pledge. What is ...

For families with children aged 0-19 years.

Most parents know how difficult it is to juggle the demands of family and work life. Now help is at hand from Staffordshire Family Information ...

How we can help

If you are living in a local privately rented property, and need advice on your rights as a tenant, or support with any issues with your ...

Great resources on the web

Landlord Zone Comprehensive information, access to resources and useful contacts. Includes open forum for posting questions and seeking advice from other people involved in ...

Exclusions

Some of the information contained within a class may be subject to an exclusion from the Freedom of Information Act. Briefly, these are:Personal information about ...

Charges

Much of the Information we publish is freely available. However, we do make a charge for copies of some documents. If any of ...

Contact us

The designated Officers dealing with Freedom of Information in each Service area are as follows: Elizabeth Thatcher - Communications ...

What happens if a notice is not complied with?

It is a criminal offence not to comply with any requirement in an enforcement notice and in the event of non-compliance the Council can take ...

Stop Notices

In addition where there is a serious breach of control that could lead to serious harm, the Council can serve a STOP NOTICE alongside an ...

What is a breach of condition notice?

This type of notice can be served where a condition imposed on a planning permission has not been complied with.The notice sets out which conditions have not ...

Issuing County Court injunctions

Where there is a threat that a serious breach of planning control could occur, for example in relation to a Listed Building or the removal of protected ...

Help if you are homeless

Contact us Lichfield District Council has a legal responsibility to help some homeless people find a place to live. If you have nowhere to ...

A quick guide

What does the law say? The help that we can give to a homeless person is set down in law. The help may simply ...

Appealing against a decision

What is a review?A review is a way of appealing against a decision about your homelessness application. You can ask for a review if you ...

Visit us when you like for a low membership fee!

Leisure Gym Passport LAP - £37, plus pay-as-you-go costs You pay an annual fee for your induction and review. After this you can enjoy the ...

National Fraud Initiative (NFI) - Data matching exercise

This Authority is required by law to protect the public funds it administers. It may share information provided to it with other bodies responsible for auditing or ...

Advice for the bereaved

Single person discount If your partner has died and you are now the only adult living in your home, you may be entitled to a ...

Who is eligible?

If you, or someone who lives with you (adult or child), need extra space in your home for the use of a wheelchair, or have ...

Interested in volunteering for wildlife and the environment?

A number of volunteer groups operate across Lichfield District - some right across Staffordshire. Many of these groups run events as part of Lichfield District Council's ...

About Christian Fields

Christian Fields is in north Lichfield, just off Eastern Avenue. It covers 60,000 square metres of natural land. We regularly inspect Christian Fields, ...

About Saddlers Wood

The 24,000 square metre wood is located in a popular residential area on Roman Way, Lichfield. We regularly inspect Saddlers Wood, but if ...

A brief background

The Greater Birmingham & Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership was set up in October 2010 to strengthen local economies, encourage economic development and enterprise, and improve skills ...

Lichfield Proms in Beacon Park

Lichfield Proms in Beacon Park is Lichfield District Council's free annual outdoor concert for the whole family. It is an opportunity to enjoy a late ...

BLC refurbish the Tennis Courts

Project vision: The tennis courts are at the end of their useful life and need refurbishment to allow the community to keep using this valuable ...

You help to fund vital local services

Only 9.6% of your bill is used by Lichfield District Council - that's around £134* a year - to deliver services like recycling, street cleaning, ...

Let us share our vision for Lichfield District

Welcome from Councillor Mike Wilcox, Leader of Lichfield District Council and Chairman of Lichfield District Strategic Partnership We are committed to improving Lichfield District. ...

Three city roads to be repaved

Since we repaved key city centre streets in 2007, unfortunately some of the paving slabs have not proved to be as hardwearing as they should ...

Supporting private tenants

Local housing allowance is the way we work out how much housing benefit private tenants can get to help pay their rent. It is usually paid ...

Local housing allowance rates

How much will I get? How much support you recieve will be calculated using a nationally-agreed rate (see below) that takes into account the ...

Questions and answers for tenants

How do I work out how much benefit I get? To work out how much housing benefit you could be entitled to, use the online ...

Questions and answers for landlords

Which landlords does local housing allowance affect? LHA applies to any private landlord who agrees to rent a home to someone who is in ...

Viability Study

Lichfield CIL Viability Study (January 2014) This study has been prepared by Peter Brett Associates and provides economic evidence which will be used to inform ...

Parish Plans

This section contains the most up to date Parish Plans which have been produced by local communities. We use these plans to help inform our ...

Air Quality

Please use the link below to view the Air Quality Updating and Screen Assessment for Lichfield District Council - April 2012. The report was produced ...

Appraisal of Spatial Options

Report produced by Atkins on behalf of Staffordshire County Council and Lichfield District Council in November 2008. The report looks at the accessibility of a ...

Health

Enhanced Joint Strategic Needs Assessment Follow the link for the Enhanced joint strategic needs assessment for Lichfield District (November 2012) produced by Lichfield District ...

Rural Housing Needs Survey

Lichfield District Council has commissioned this Rural Housing Needs Survey to: explore residents' experience of and satisfaction with the rural location in which ...

Ageing Population

The Staffordshire FlexiCare Housing Strategy 2010-2015 sets oput the framework for the future development of FlexiCare Housing within the County. Download the strategy using the ...

Meeting Development Needs in South East Staffordshire 2006-2028

The following report was prepared on behalf of Lichfield District Council, Cannock Chase District Council and Tamworth Borough Council in February 2013. The report demonstrates ...

Transport Appraisal of Spatial Strategy for Lichfield City (Addendum)

The report considers the transport impact of the spatial strategy described in Lichfield District's Local Plan. It is an addendum to the 2009 Staffordshire County ...

Our Biodiversity Strategy

The need for a strategy: In response to the national and local decline of wildlife, Lichfield District Council produced a Biodiversity Strategy in 2003. It ...

Tamworth Future Development and Infrastructure Study

Lichfield District Council, Tamworth Borough Council and North Warwickshire Borough Council have jointly commissioned this study to examine how the scale of housing development identified ...

Renewable / Low Carbon Energy Study

Renewable / Low Carbon Energy Study This is a Staffordshire County Wide study conducted by Camco. The aim of the study is to inform the ...

Employment

Employment Land Review 2012 The employment land review produced by GVA and published February 2012 provides the most up-to-date evidence in realtion to employment. Follow the ...

Playing Pitch Strategy

Playing Pitch, Tennis and Bowls Strategy Neil Allen Associates were appointed to produce a Playing Pitch, Tennis and Bowls Strategy (Februrary 2012). This updates the ...

Open Space Assessment

Open Space Assessment 2012 The District Council has updated the Open Space Assessment and Appendicies. The document covers a range of different types of open spaces ...

Housing Needs Study & Strategic Housing Market Assessment

Southern Staffordshire Districts Housing Needs Study and SHMA Update (May) 2012 Nathaniel Lichfield & Partners was appointed by the three southern Staffordshire Councils of Cannock ...

Historic Environment Landscape Character Assessment

Today's landscapes have developed through a process of change with the influence of man-made changes extending back through thousands of years. The evolution ...

5 Year Housing Land Supply

5 Year Housing Land Supply Position The following statements provide the current position of Lichfield District Councils Five Year Housing Land Supply. These statements will ...

Transport

Transport evidence for the Local Plan has been completed in a number of parts, particularly considering the suitability and implications of potential locations for growth. These ...

Evidence base relating to Cannock Chase SAC

Cannock Chase SAC Interim Guidance The Council has a duty as a responsible under the Conservation of Habitats and Species Regulations 2010 (Habitats Regs) to ...

Greens and Open Spaces Strategy

Greens and Open Spaces are the most widely used facility within the local authority area. Lichfield has some excellent examples of green spaces throughout the ...

Ecological assessment of Lichfield District

A desktop ecological study and phase 1 habitat survey has been carried out by the Staffordshire Wildlife Trust on behalf of Lichfield District Council which ...

Swimming & Indoor Sport Provision

Swimming Pool and Sports Hall Feasibility Study (October 2013) Neil Allen Associates were commissioned by Lichfield District Council to conduct a study into the feasibility ...

Rural Planning Project - November 2011

In November 2011 Lichfield District Council published the fidings of the Rural Planning Project. Follow the link below for all the information relating to the project ...

Fradley Spatial Strategy Report - May 2012

In May 2012 Lichfield District Council Published the Fradley Spatial Strategy Report. Follow the link below for all the information relating to the project and ...

Habitat Regulations Assessment for Lichfield District and Tamworth Borough

The Habitat Regulations Assessment (May 2012)assesses the impacts of the land use plans of Lichfield District and Tamworth Borough against the conservation objectives of Natura ...

Plan it right... first time

If you are thinking about doing any building work within the district - from a small porch extension, to a new shopping or commercial development, ...

Frequently asked questions about the boundary review

When will all these changes come into effect?The changes take effect on Thursday 7 May 2015 which is the day of the next district and ...

What does it mean for you?

On 24 February, councillors voted to increase Lichfield District Council's share of the council tax bill by 1.99%, but this increase will only apply to a ...

Changing how we deal with complaints

The council's Standards Committee consider any complaints that a councillor may have breached the Code of Conduct. What this means to you If you want ...

Advice from the Environmental Heath team

External artificial lighting can be a good thing in new developments, it helps people feel safe at night, improves road safety and can encourages us ...

Love local this Christmas and beyond!

Local traders are calling for people to shop local this Christmas as part of Small Business Saturday! Kicking off on Small Business Saturday on ...

Visit Staffordshire Prepared for up to date guidance and support

The Staffordshire Prepared website is crammed full of advice and guidance on how to deal with an emergency, what emergency services can do to help, and ...

24 top tips to keep you safe and healthy over Christmas!

Through Lichfield District Safer Community Partnership, we asked a range of local organisations for their best Christmas safety tips.We’ve used the answers to put together ...

Our deletion policy

If you set up a personal account on our website, we will ask you to provide us with some personal data, including your address and ...

Just down the road, there’s a local child who needs your help

Fostering with Staffordshire County Council can fit around your family, your commitments and your spare time.  How and when you foster is up to you ...

Japanese Knotweed

Japanese Knotweed was introduced into Britain in the 19th century as an ornamental plant. Over time it has become widespread in a range of habitats, ...

Keeping Houses in Multiple Occupation safe

What kind of home needs a health check?We will be carrying out health checks on houses in multiple occupation which we call HMOs.There are lots ...

Download our performance tables

Download our BVPI Performance Out Turn Tables for 2007 - 2008. We will publish our complete Annual Report 2007 - 2008 to our website ...

Equality Impact Assments

Equality Impact Assessments completed by teams across the Council. Download our Equality Impact Assessments here ...

A great way to find great businesses

  Traders from across the WS7 area are working together as part of the Burntwood Business Community to invest up to £50,000 of High Street ...

Lichfield Park development update

From 1 December 2014, Staffordshire County Council will close Burton Old Road and the car park off it, serving Lichfield Trent Valley rail station, for ...

Save £16 a month with a couples membership

Couples membership - all inclusive Costs: £48 a month (initial payment, plus 12 instalments of £48) Two people living at the same address can enjoy ...

Locality Commissioning - partnership funding - 2015 - 2018

We've joined forces with three other local public sector organisations, including Staffordshire County Council, the South East Staffordshire and Seisdon Peninsula Clinical Commissioning Group and ...

Open Government Licence

You are encouraged to use and re-use the Information that is available under this licence freely and flexibly, with only a few conditions. Using ...

Parks and Open Spaces Tree Survey

The council’s, Parks and Open Spaces Department is responsible for approximately 30,000 trees across its parks, open spaces, churchyards and community amenity areas. ...

Lichfield District Safer Community Partnership Community Safety Priorities

As part of his commitment to local communities, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Staffordshire, Matthew Ellis, has made available even more money to improve ...

Saving money and delivering more

We are in a number of shared services and service delivery partnerships with other councils and organisations. These arrangements either see us delivering services ...

About the town team

The Lichfield Town Team was formerly called the Lichfield City Centre Co-ordination Group. It is an open membership city working group that brings together traders ...

About the LEP

The Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) brings businesses and local authorities together to drive economic growth and create jobs. Formed in 2011, ...

Take a closer look at the hoard on the new Staffordshire Hoard website

Take a closer look at some of the star items from the most valuable treasure ever found in the UK on the Staffordshire Hoard website. ...

Protocol for Elected Member Engagement in Pre-Application Planning Discussions

This protocol shall supplement and be read in conjunction with the Council’s Development Team Approach to Major Planning Applications (DTA).   The meeting will be ...

Boosting our local area through public artworks

In 2008, the statue known locally as Old Father Time (Donna Che Trattiene il Tempo) was sold at auction at Sothebys in London. The council ...

Lichfield: A Fairtrade city

We've supported The Fairtrade Foundation in their aim to make Lichfield aFairtrade City and are delighted that after lots of hard work, on 8 March2008, ...

Try out our facilities

To apply for your free taster session to try out our facilities for free, simply fill out a online form and one of our team contact ...

How do I avoid parking tickets?

Make sure you don't park: On double yellow lines On single yellow lines during the times listed on ...

Visit our Facebook page!

If you're one of the growing members of social networking site Facebook and would like to keep in touch with the council, find out about ...

Trees in parks and open spaces

We manage thirteen parks across the district as well as many areas of open space. You can find out more about how we manage the trees in ...

Trees in streets and schools

Trees in streets and schools are managed by Staffordshire County Council. To report a problem with a street tree or trees obstructing the footpath ...

Trees in churchyards

The trees in churchyards are usually the responsibility of the church and we recommend that you contact the Churchwarden or Incumbent for advice. Some closed ...

Swimming lessons for adults and children

Children We offer swimming lessons for children and adults. Our lessons follow the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) Learn to Swim Framework/Pathway and normally run for ...

Protecting your home

Although burglaires from the home are rare, it is important you make your homes as safe as possible. Here are a few simple ideas to improve your home ...

Petition: Broadcast all meetings over the internet

We call upon Lichfield District Council in the interest of Democracy, Transparency and Accountability to broadcast all Council, Cabinet and Scrutiny meetings on the internet. ...

Police & Crime Commissioner

The Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) is not part of the police. It is a statutory Office and the individual elected is responsible for ...

Improving the data available on our website

Under a European directive called Inspire, local councils must make certain spatial datasets available in a consistent format and also create tools to help people access the ...

Darnford Park Woodland Improvement Works

Project vision: Increase light to the woodland floor, encouraging natural regeneration and colonisation by wildflowers and improving the woodland habitat. Remove damaged and ...

Homelessness

If you are currently homeless and need advice, or if you need help to  prevent you becoming homeless, this section has been put together for ...

Make sure you can vote in the European Elections

The vast majority of eligible residents in the district are registered to vote. However if you have moved recently, you may need to make sure ...

Information from Staffordshire County Council

Whilst most main roads will be gritted during freezing weather, not all local roads will be treated. Grit bins are provided in key locations ...

Lichfield District Council gets twittering!

We've joined the likes of Stephen Fry, Jonathan Ross and Phillip Schofield and are now live on social networking and 'microblogging' site Twitter. As some ...

Striking the right balance

We regulate a-boards, retail displays and street cafés in Lichfield District. Our code of practice aims to strike the right balance between the needs ...

Guidance Notes

About the Chest The North Lichfield Initiative's (NLI) Community Chest provides small grants (up to a maximum of £1,000) to voluntary and community groups ...

Refurbishment of Frank Halfpenny Hall

Project vision: Refurbishment of the interior of the Frank Halfpenny hall to enable the Alliance and Abacus Pre-school meet the growing need for quality pre-school ...

Thanks for giving your views

In light of serious cuts in the amount of funding we receive from the government we have launched a programme called Fit for the Future. ...

Phase one approved changes

During the summer of 2013 councillors approved a package of proposed measures worth around £1 million, which together formed the first phase of Fit for ...

What you will pay

Residential searches Full Search (CON29 and LLC1): £99 LLC1 only: £30 Con29 only: £69 ...

What if I get a parking ticket?

How much are they? Tickets are based on how serious the parking offence is. For instance, parking on double yellow lines carries a charge ...

A great way to find out about a property

If you are thinking about buying a home in Lichfield District, then you may well know that, as part of the house buying process, you ...

Season tickets

Park in Lichfield City centre from just £1.12 per day If you regularly park in Lichfield city centre, you could save hundreds of ...

Starting up a food business

If you are thinking of setting up a food business, there is a lot to consider before you can serve your first customer. These basic ...

Food safety enforcement

Lichfield District Council has a duty to inspect all businesses which sell or handle food, from the largest processors and manufacturers, to service providers such ...

Food sampling

Occasionally Food Officers will take samples from food businesses and have them analysed to make sure that food and the environment it is produced in ...

Training and education

The current legislation requires that all food handlers are trained 'commensurate to the tasks they are undertaking' - put simply, this means you should have ...

Ratemyplace

Ratemyplace is a hygiene rating scheme designed by Lichfield District Council in partnership with councils from Tamworth, East Staffs, Cannock, South Staffordshire, Newcastle-Under-Lyme and Stafford ...

Request a search

Request a Search To request any of the following searches (either residential or non-residential) please complete our online Application for a Land Charges Search form. ...

Halls for hire across the district

Below is a list of halls available for hire across the district, along with contact telephone numbers: Alrewas Village Hall 01283 790039 Armitage With Handsacre01543 ...

Erasmus Darwin Statue

Project vision: The creation of a Bronze representative Statue of Erasmus Darwin who was a significant figure in the cities history and who is know ...

Cleaner, safer highways campaign

We're proud to be working in partnership with Staffordshire County Council, Staffordshire Police and the National Farmers Union to help reduce the risk to motorcyclists and ...

Help us to create a database of all the public art in the district

If you live or work in Lichfield District, one thing you'll probably have noticed is the richness of local public artwork - from the sculpture ...

The Wendy House project

In recent years there has bee a growth in the number of people keeping livestock in non-farming environments, often in back gardens in residential areas. ...

How we can help rough sleepers

We are taking part in a scheme to help rough sleepers.Brighter Futures are providing an outreach service in Lichfield District for rough sleepers. If ...

Making it easier to apply for planning permission

Lichfield District Council now sells Ordnance Survey maps for use within planning applications only. How to buy a map To buy your Ordnance Survey maps, ...

St Johns churchyard - Burntwood - Resurface the driveway entrance

Project Vision: To provide a safe and welcoming entrance to the churchyard Location: St Johns churchyard Burntwood Partners: Section 106 and Leisure Services ...

Resurface the driveway entrance at Redwood Park

Project Vision: To finish the new safe and welcoming entrance to the parkLocation: Redwood Park, Burntwood.Partners: Staffordshire County Council. Section 106 and Leisure Services at ...

Our approach

Whether the council is buying goods (e.g. office supplies), services (e.g. consultancy) or work (e.g. repairs to buildings or landscaping) we aim to follow a fair, competitive and transparent ...

Jigsaw community shop

Jigsaw is a regeneration project delivered by the partners of the North Lichfield Initiative, and has brought a derelict shop back into use. It is a ...

The Future of Swimming

Swimfit is a world leading pool workout programme developed by swimming experts. Delivered by qualified instructors and available on poolside and online. Swimfit provides an ...

Party on in Beacon Park

From bug hunting and pond dipping to a fairy and elf theme, we offer lots of fun and interesting parties at beautiful Beacon Park. ...

King Edward VI Leisure Centre

King Edward Leisure centre has a great range of parties on offer, we can also provide party catering so parents can sit back and relax! ...

St Marys Alleyway Gating Project

Project Vision: St Mary’s Church is central to the Market Square which has been subject to major public realm investment over recent years. The greatly ...

Part of the developing Mercian Trail

Following the successful acquisition of the Hoard and the hugely successful 2011 touring exhibition, the Staffordshire Hoard Partnership is committed to developing a Mercian Trail ...

Build your stuff with our stuff!

We're always looking for new ways of making it as easy as possible for developers and website owners to access data held by Lichfield District ...

Burntwood Rugby Club Extension

Project Vision: To construct two additional RFU compliant changing rooms, a new entrance and lift for the first floor function room. Location: Burntwood Rugby ...

Stowecroft Play Trail

Project vision:To provide a landscaped play trail including logs, boulders, mounds, trees and a slide, beside National Cycle Route 54 in Netherstowe Location: Netherstowe ...

Our nine priorities

The promises and pledges made to local people in the May elections, the challenges we face, the issues that are important to people, national and ...

We’re centred on people

Create safe, strong and proud communities. Build safe and strong communities, where people 'love to live' and feel proud of their community. Crucially we ...

We’re focused on place

Help people access a home that's right for them and to live independently. Access to home ownership is beyond the reach of many in our ...

We’re delivering through improvement

Provide great value services centred on customers' needs. Doing more for less, meeting expectations and providing sound governance. What the Council will deliver ...

If you need help with a local issue, speak to your councillor

If you need help with a local issue or concern, why not speak to your councillor to see if they can help, or point you ...

Fazeley Town Hall renewal

Project vision: Install gas central heating in the Town HallLocation: Fazeley Town Hall, Lichfield Street, Fazeley, Staffordshire, B78 3QMProject value: £13,350 Section 106 contribution ...

Please give us your suggestions, compliments or complaints

We want to give our customers the best service we can. That's why we're really keen to hear your suggestions and compliments about the services we ...

Refurbishment of 1st Lichfield Scouts premises

Project vision and achievements: The project aimed to renovate and improve the current building and develop its use. There were some health and safety ...

Statements of persons nominated

The Statements of Persons nominated have been published, so you can find out who's standing as a county council candidate in your area by clicking ...

Council urges residents to be wary

We have been informed that local residents may have been contacted by individuals falsely claiming they work for the council tax claims department. The callers ...

Couple Membership - All Inclusive

Cost: £60 per month  Two people living at the same address can enjoy unlimited entry to the gym, fitness class programme, health suite and swimming ...

Stychbrook Park car park extension

Project vision: To extend the current car park in Stychbrook park. The current one doesn’t offer enough spaces for users who often overflow into the ...

CHADS. Handicapped and Disabled educational study room refurbishment

Project vision: To convert existing outbuilding / store room into an education / nature study facility for disabled and handicapped visitors along with schools and ...

Go green!

It is widely accepted that greenhouse gas emissions caused by humans are having a negative impact on the environment. We are working with Whittington ...

Home energy saving tips from www.energysavingadvice.co.uk

Heating Tips Set your heating to go off 30 minutes before you leave the house, and come on again 30 minutes ...

Business saving energy tips from www.carbontrust.co.uk

Here are some things you and your employees can do today, that could reduce your overall energy use by 10%. Switch off equipment ...

Petition: Bring back into use the reported 1,258 empty homes in the district before building new ones

According to Freedom of Information Requests (2011) there are 1,258 empty homes in Lichfield District. These properties should be the first port of call for ...

Petition: Reduce the speed limit on Blake Street (B74 4EX) to 30 mph

After another near fatal crash on this road it is time to reduce the speed limit on Blake Street to 30 mph. Why is it ...

Petition: Bring back the Regal Cinema to its former glory and cinematic purpose

Bring back the Regal Cinema to its former glory and cinematic purpose, or at least turn it into an art  gallery/museum, or build a cinema ...

Petition: Create a full-sized skatepark built in the centre of Lichfield

Current signatories:Mr D Dundas, the petition creator, joined by 1,179 offline signatures Petition update from the council, 01 March 2013 Thank you for ...

Submission Lichfield District Local Plan: Our Strategy

The Council has submitted the Lichfield District Local Plan: Our Strategy Submission document (July 2012) for the purpose of Independent Examination in accordance with Regulation ...

Step-by-step guide to making a paper petition

You can petition the council using a paper petition or an e-petition, or both. Although, once someone has signed a petition in one format, they ...

Closed petitions

Petition against phase one of the Fit for the Future change programme (with next steps)Submitted by: Cllr Steve NormanClosing date: 9 July 2013Signatures: 1452 (paper) Petition ...

Open petitions

Build a Cinema in Lichfield   Created by: Hayden Lang Closing date: 7th November 2015 ...

Helping to manage land and buildings

Community Land Trusts (CLT) operate as not for profit organisations, that own, manage and develop the land and buildings placed on it. CLTs ...

Get fit for less!

Under 16s can hire a third* of a synthetic turf pitch for only £5 for the hour, or hire a tennis, squash or badminton court, ...

Read our documents online

Open publication - Free publishing - More district A Plan for Lichfield District 2012 - 2016 Open publication - Free publishing - More council Council ...

Treasuring special memories

Creating a special place for memories You can create a place for memories of a special day or loved one in Lichfield District Council’s parks ...

What is it?

What is the Call for Sites? The 'Call for Sites' is an early opportunity for individuals and organisations to suggest sites within Lichfield District for ...

Littering

Disposing of litter on our streets and highways is unacceptable. Not only is it anti-social and unpleasant, littering is also illegal. If you throw down, drop, ...

Dog Fouling

As well as being unpleasant, anti-social, and unsightly, dog mess is a health hazard. In January 2009 Lichfield District Council made The Fouling ...

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the offence of dog fouling? It is an offence not to clean up after your dog forthwith, as soon as it has happened, ...

Who can nominate?

We can only consider nominations from certain organisations.These are: Parish and town councils Unincorporated bodies – with at least ...

How to nominate?

A nomination has to include: The address of the property Details of the owner and current occupants The ...

What happens following nomination?

We will decide whether or not to list an asset within eight weeks of the nomination submission. The organisation which originally nominated the asset ...

What happens when an asset is listed?

The owner of the property must advise us when they intend to sell the property and we will inform the nominator. If no community ...

Who can bid?

Only community interest groups that meet the government's criteria can bid to buy a community asset. Not all groups that are eligible to nominate are ...

What is the moratorium period?

Within six weeks from the council notifying the community that an owner wishes to sell their listed property, an eligible community interest group must let ...

List of assets of community value

Please find below details of community assets and unsuccessful bids: Community assets The following bids have been accepted as Assets of Community Value: ...

Main Modifications Consultation

This webpage contains information regarding the consultation for the Main Modifications to the Lichfield District Local Plan Strategy which is currently under examination. Latest ...

See the results

The votes people cast in the Staffordshire County Council elections on 2 May have now been counted. To see the full set of ...

Boundaries and divisions

Staffordshire consists of eight districts/boroughs. Currently Staffordshire County Council has 62 councillors who represent 59 divisions, three of which are two member divisions.  Following a ...

Getting the most out of life

At Lichfield District council, we have produced a handy guide to leisure activities for the over 50s. Activities range from Aerobics and Tea Dance, to ...

Burntwood Memorial Community Association - New disabled toilet / baby changing facility

Project vision: To give greater access to disabled people to the BMCA facilities.Partners: Staffordshire Environmental Fund, Staffordshire Village Hall Committee, Lichfield District Council. Project Value: ...

View our collections online

We own a wide collection of fine art and social artefacts, ranging from one of only 50 scold's bridles in the country, through to a ...

Read our council tax leaflet online - 2014 - 2015

We spend 10% of the money you pay each month in your council tax bill. This means, an average house (band D) in the district ...

We're proud to support local services

Small Grants Scheme Lichfield District Council operates a Small Grants Aid Scheme for local community and voluntary groups with funding available up to ...

Tackling it together

Anti-social behaviour (ASB) can mean different things to different people.  It can have a detrimental affect on people's quality of life and our environment through ...

Erasmus Darwin House - Inspiring Inventions of Dr Darwin

Project Vision: The project will present Erasmus Darwin as a great Inventor, highlighting his significant role in the Lunar Society, and the contribution he and ...

Get fantastic special offers locally - for free!

Every month Visit Lichfield, our tourism team, joins forces with attractions, hotels, restaurants and shops to bring you some spectacular special offers. Offers change ...

Find out more

An empty property may be exempt from council tax if: the occupier is now a resident in a hospital or nursing home. ...

Our messages to service commissioners

Joint Strategic Needs Assessments (JSNAs) have been a statutory responsibility since 2007. This responsibility has been jointly held by the NHS and upper tier ...

Electrical, decoration, plumbing, heating, ventilation and more!

If you are a buildings maintenance contractor, and want to be considered for works with the district council, you need to apply to be on ...

Get job alerts via email

To get alerts via email whenever a new job is added to the Lichfield District Council website, please enter your email address in the box ...

Annual Statement of Accounts

The council is a member of the Parking and Traffic Regulations Outside London (PATROL) Adjudication Joint Committee.   The Joint Committee publishes an Annual Statement of ...

Mill Lane Link

Project Vision: A pathway was created across the hub's back garden to link with the car park on the other side of the wall. The ...

Rural Planning Project

Also known as the Rural Masterplanning project The District Council and its partners have been undertaking detailed work in the District's larger rural communities (Alrewas, ...

Burntwood approved allocations - February 2013

In September 2010 the Council awarded a number of projects in Burntwood S0C2 funding that had been accrued from developments from within the area.  This ...

Lichfield Festival Art Posters

Everyone who wanders past our Frog Lane offices and the Lichfield Garrick will spot a series of colourful posters, which a local artist Peter Walker ...

Creating Lichfield’s Community Local Nature Reserve

Project vision: Installing footpaths, steps, benches, pond dipping platform, outdoor classroom, sculptures, bird boxes and more.Partners: Forest of Mercia, GrowWell, Lichfield City Council, North Lichfield ...

How to invite the Chairman to an event

Write to the address below, email or apply online, giving brief details of the event, as well as the date, time and venue. If a ...

Chairman and Vice Chairman - 2014 - 2015

The following councillors were sworn in as Chairman and Vice Chairman of Lichfield District Council, at the Annual Council meeting in May 2014. ...

Little Oaks Pre-School and Nursery

Project Vision: To create a safe and stimulating environment were parents and children are able to access whilst waiting to attend the pre-school and nursery ...

Access Lichfield District Council on the move

Do you use the internet on your mobile phone? If you do, then you might have noticed that browsing the web can be a bit ...

Helping young people improve their environment

Morph4us is a community arts project being developed by the Burntwood community. Led by young people working with local residents the Morph4us team are creating ...

Key questions & answers

1. What has happened to the West Midlands Regional Spatial Strategy (WMRSS)? It was revoked on 6 July 2010 under S79 (6) of ...

Protected trees

Many of the trees within our district are protected, either by tree preservation orders (TPOs) or because they are growing within a Conservation Area. ...

Penalties for unauthorised work

Once a tree preservation order (TPO) is in force it is an offence to fell, prune or remove branches or roots, top, lop, wilfully damage ...

FAQs

If you want to remove or carry out work to a tree protected by a Tree Preservation Order you need to submit a written application ...

How to choose with confidence

Some tree surgeons are members of nationally recognised voluntary certification schemes that independently certify the competence of arborists. Other arborists may be equally competent but not ...

High hedges regulations

The high gedges regulations enable anyone who has tried and exhausted all other avenues for resolving their hedge dispute to bring their complaint about a neighbouring ...

Hedgerow regulations for non-domestic hedgerows

Important non-domestic hedgerows are protected from removal by the Hedgerows Regulations 1997. Various criteria given in the regulations are used to identify important hedgerows for ...

Key information

Hedgerows are a traditional way of forming boundaries in both towns and countryside. Most hedgerows are beneficial to wildlife, although some are particularly rich and ...

Woodlands and Felling Licences

If you intend to remove a tree that is not in a garden, orchard, dedicated public open space or churchyard you may need a felling ...

Boosting the local area

We plant new trees every year in our towns and villages as part of our environmental, parks and play area improvements. Other groups such as ...

Your questions answered

1. How do I know if my tree is protected? Pruning or removal of a tree in your garden may be restricted by ...

Census 2011 - What you need to know

Since 1801, a Census has been held once every 10 years - the only exception being 1941 when the Second World War was taking place. ...

Guidelines set by government

The Government has given us guidelines to follow when designing our own local council tax support scheme. These are: Protect pensioners and war pensioners ...

Our new scheme

Our new scheme differs from the current scheme in seven key ways. These are as follows: Most working age people now have ...

A handy online guide

The government has abolished the national council tax benefit scheme. In its place it asked us to design a local council tax support scheme that came ...

Things we did not change

There are a number of things that have not changed. These are: Child maintenance is not considered income Child maintenance payments were ...

2011 Census Results

Since 1801, every ten years the nation has set aside one day for the census - a count of all people and households in the ...

Becoming a supplier to the council

If you run a business and wish to be added to our list of potential providers of goods and services please fill in the following form. ...

Western Bypass football pitches

The Western Bypass (A51) public open space is home to a variety of football pitches from mini to adult size, which are maintained to a high standard by ...

Park pitch hire fees 2014

Hire fees per season To hire a pitch in one of our parks, please contact the parks team on 01543 308863 or email ...

The developers behind the scheme

In February 2013, S Harrison announced the sale of their share of the joint venture company created to deliver Friarsgate, to their partner Development Securities ...

Finding the city ditch

As part of the planning conditions for the Friarsgate Development, a series of trenches were dug in and around the Friarsgate site. A medieval city ...

Friarsgate plans

We are working with Development Securities to deliver a new £100 million shopping and leisure complex in Lichfield City centre. Despite tough trading ...

View the approved plans online

The plans for the Friarsgate development are being revised and updates will be added here. Pre-application public consultation will take place later in 2014. ...

Frequently Asked Questions

Why can I no longer put food waste in my brown bin? From this summer, we will be asking you to put your food waste ...

What to expect in snowy weather

We want to do all we can to empty your bin during snowy and icy weather, but we also have to be mindful of the ...

Snowy FAQs

Why don’t we grit all the local roads so they aren't slippery? We don’t look after the gritting of local roads. This is done ...

Spotlight on spending

We are committed to making our finances clear, so that everyone can see exactly how we are spending money. To achieve this we've developed ...

Who can apply and what we'll fund

Who can apply? The fund is open to any organisation or individual. All applicants must be able to demonstrate a ...

Apply before 4pm on Sunday 27 July 2014

PLEASE NOTE: APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 27 JULY 2014. Are you a local events organiser? Would you like to apply for a share of funding ...

Our pay policy

Every year we produce a pay policy that outlines sets out the council’s approach to pay policy in accordance with the requirements of Section 38 ...

A great way to understand the local area

They say a picture says a thousand words and our corporate geographical information system does more than that! It's a great way to present potentially dry data that ...

Local Land and Property Gazetteer (LLPG)

The Local Land and Property Gazetteer (LLPG) is a central database that provides the definitive identification of all land and property within the Lichfield District ...

What is the Local Land and Property Gazetteer?

The Geographical Information Management (GIM) Team maintains a Local Land and Property Gazetteer (LLPG) which is a central database that provides the definitive identification of ...

What are the benefits of the Local Land and Property Gazetteer?

The LLPG will become the master address database for the entire council and will therefore eliminate the duplication of effort across the various departments and ...

We really appreciate your time and effort

Your survey has been successfully submitted. Thank you for taking time to fill out the survey today. If you have any questions about this ...

Your vote matters, make sure you're in

On 10 June 2014 the way everyone registers to vote changed. All voters now need to register individually, rather than as a household. Most ...

Organising a street party

Street parties and fetes are a traditional part of community life; they are a simple way for us to get to know our neighbours and ...

Frequently asked questions

Q. Do we need insurance cover? A. Most of the time we won't ask for public liability insurance cover for a small residential street party. ...

Fradley Masterplanning

Fradley is currently comprised of an area of older well-established housing (Fradley village), a separate and newer area of housing (Fradley South), a large area of ...

Muckley Corner Common

Project vision:Complete a series of environmental improvements at Muckley Corner Common. The improvements include an ecological survey to find out what plants and animals are ...

How to book your course

Download an application form or pick up a booking form from reception Complete the application form, ensuring you provide an email ...

Improve your sporting skills

We offer a range of courses for all ages and all interests, from swimming lessons, to Aikido. Here is a full list of the ...

Lichfield & Hatherton Canals Restoration Trust Limited

Project vision:  Phase 1: Restoring a prominent section of the historic Lichfield Canal has been a major step forward in demonstrating the purpose and ...

Be the swimmer you want to be!

Swimfit takes place at Burntwood Leisure Centre every Friday between 9pm - 10pm. There's no need to book, simply just turn up on a Tuesday ...

A handy online guide

From 1 April 2013, the government cut the amount of housing benefit working age people, who live in a council or housing association property, will ...

How many bedrooms am I entitled to?

If you are of working age, live in a council or housing association home, and claim housing benefits, under the new rules that came into ...

What happens if I don't pay my rent?

If you don't pay your rent, the money you owe your landlord will be called a 'rent arrear'. The consequences of not paying your rent arrears ...

Changes to pension credit from October 2014

From as early as October 2014, if you are a pensioner and claim housing benefit, it could be paid as a housing credit, as part ...

No loose change, no problem!

You can pay to park using your mobile phone across Lichfield District Council’s city centre car parks using Dash. Simply register with Dash online and ...

What tree information must I submit with my planning application?

The council requires a tree survey and plan to be submitted with any planning application where trees are on, or close to, the site. This ...

Landscaping conditions

When planning consent is granted for a new development the council often makes soft landscaping - the planting of new trees, hedges and shrubs - ...

Possible spring 2014 start date

We have been informed by the Highways Agency and the county council that significant roadworks will take place next year, and could start in the ...

Why make a personal donation?

Perhaps you have a few pounds to spare each week, or could give a little every now and then. If so, the 'We Love Lichfield ...

Work clubs across Lichfield District

Work clubs offer support, information, advice and guidance to local people on employment, training and volunteer opportunities. They aim to support people to get into ...

Sustainability Appraisal: Proposed Submission Local Plan Strategy (Updated)

The Sustainability Appraisal (Update) document is available using the link below. Thank you for your comments you will soon be able to view them through ...

Our approach

Effective communication is essential to developing beneficial relations with the local community and other stakeholders. Througout all communications activities carried out by the council, ...

Community Consultation and Engagement

We are keen to understand our communities (our residents, businesses and others with an interest in the District such as people who visit the ...

Results of the Fazeley, Bonehill and Mile Oak consultation

We recently asked local people for applications for up to £175,000 Section 106 funding for projects in the Fazeley, Bonehill and Mile Oak areas. Lots of local ...

Quick facts about Section 106 agreements

Section 106 agreements are designed to: ease the impact of a new development on the local community. compensate the ...

How is a Section 106 agreement set up?

Section 106 agreements are set up between the council, developer or landowner when a planning application is assessed. The council identifies the type of ...

How are most Section 106 agreements delivered?

Most often, the agreed actions are delivered by the developer, as part of the development. So this could see the developer creating footpath links ...

How is most Section 106 money spent?

Most of the money raised through new developments (Section 106 developer contributions) is spent within the development they relate to. Some Section 106 agreements ...

Why is Section 106 money sometimes spent on wider community projects?

This is most common on major new developments, such as large housing developments or new business parks. The reason moneyis spent in the wider area, ...

Have your say - at development plan stage

Every council creates a development plan for its local area, which sets out what kind of development can take place and where. At this stage, ...

Have your say - at planning application stage

When a planning application is submitted by a developer, the council wants local people's views so they can assess it in a balanced way. ...

Section 106 funded local projects

We've recently set up a collection of photos of recent projects carried out using Section 106 money on photo sharing site Flickr. Check the ...

Results of Lichfield City Centre consultation

Following recent developments in Lichfield City, in May 2009 we asked local people what they think we should spend some of they resulting 106 money on. ...

Results of Lichfield City Centre consultation - phase 2

Earlier this year, we asked local people to tell them how they would like more than £400,000 to be spent in the city, secured from Lichfield ...

6th Lichfield Scout head quarters

Project vision: To replace an old dilapidated scout hut with a brand new purpose built environmentally friendly building for this thriving scout group that serves the areas ...

St Stephen's Church

Project vision: The aim of the project was the modernisation of the Victorian church building, which has included various renovation works and in particular ...

The Elms Community Hall

Project vision: refurbish and re-equip this former school house that serves as the focal point for this small rural community. Location: Elmhurst ...

It all ties up at Fradley

Project vision: Improvements to pathways, creation of signs and loan boxes, and other environmental improvements around the lock, shops and wild life area.  Fradley Junction ...

Whittington Cricket Club

Project vision: To provide a new high quality cricket pitch within the village to meet the demands of the community for both senior cricket and ...

A Change for the Grange

Project vision: To redevelop a derelict school playing field into a multi-purpose playground and recreational area for the community of Whittington. Location: Land ...

Darwin Hall

Project vision: To create a new community hall for the Darwin Park Estate and Lichfield Location: Heathcot ...

Calder Crossing

Project vision: To establish a new pedestrian bridge and footpath Location: Footherley Brook, Shenstone Partners: None ...

Chase Terrace open space improvements (Lark's Rise)

Project vision: The Council allocated a total of £102,000 (from a Section 106 Agreement and SOC2 from the development of land at Holly Grove Lane ...

Public space improvements to Burntwood Park

Project vision: The project will deliver environmental improvements including gating, fencing and surfacing works to the boundary of Burntwood Park. The scheme has been ...

Martin Heath Hall

Project vision: The modernisation of the Community Hall in Lichfield used by Christ Church and wider community group, including new kitchen, repaired ceilings, lighting, storage ...

Shortbutts Park

Project vision: To take an average park and make it fantastic. Increasing the play space by up to 10 times the previous area. Providing football ...

COGS in the community

Project vision : To implement the core aspirations of the Big Society intention of engaging community based agencies to take over the operation of statutory ...

Sex shop and cinema licence

To run a sex shop - i.e. any premises selling sex toys, books or videos or run a venue where explicit films are ...

Your questions answered

As part of our duties as a district council, we are regularly required to collect the remains of dead animals from the roadside and other ...

Conserving & enhancing the environment at Levetts Fields

Project vision: South East Staffordshire Citizens Advice Bureau is committed to providing a quality advice service to the residents of Lichfield District. In order to ...

St Anne’s church - Improvements to community rooms

Project vision: To make the community rooms more accessible for community use - we replaced the old carpet in the downstairs community room with hardwearing lino ...

Third senior grass football pitch

Project vision:  To provide an additional grass football pitch that will accommodate developing local football clubs   Location: Burntwood Leisure Centre  ...

A community venue for everyone to enjoy

Mill Lane Link is a community venue in Fazeley run by Lichfield District Council.The venue is available for local people, community groups and businesses to ...

What's on at Mill Lane Link?

Live at Home’s 1 O'Clock Club Monday, 1pm - 3.30pm, £4 A group for older people meet to play bingo, to have lunch and to ...

Create a paper petition

You can petition the council using a paper petition or an e-petition, or both. Although, once someone has signed a petition in one format, they ...

Step-by-step guide

This guide includes how to create an e-petition, how to sign an e-petition, and how the council will deal with all the petitions it receives. ...

Terms and conditions

We will accept and publish all petitions on this website, as long as they meet our terms and conditions. Petitioners may freely disagree with ...

Annual Monitoring Report (AMR)

The Annual Monitoring Report (AMR) is a position statement setting out the Council's monitoring strategy in relation to Local Plan. The AMR monitors the success of ...

Civic tree planting

Project vision:  To transform Sainte Foye Avenue into an atttractive 'Green Gateway' for Lichfield. Location:  Sainte Foye Avenue, Lichfield Partners:  None ...

Redwood Park security and car park

Project vision: To refurbish the existing car park and redesign the current layout to provide a safer environment and more aesthetically pleasing entrance to ...

Chase Terrace bowls pavilion

Project vision: Chase Terrace bowls pavilion has been use by the local community for a number of years, there is a very strong community membership ...

The Samuel Johnson Centre for Performing Arts

Project vision: To create a resource that can be used for performances by school and local community groups  Location: Nether Stowe School, St. ...

Aims and proposals

We have produced a draft plan that takes us up to March 2013. This will be followed by a five year plan to 2019, which ...

Cookies

To make this site simpler, we sometimes place small data files on your computer. These are known as cookies. Most big websites do this too. ...

We are committed to equal opportunities for all

We want Lichfield District to be a place where all people thrive - physically, mentally, socially, spiritually and economically. As a council, we ...

Hammerwich Cricket Club access drive and car parking

Project vision: Having completed the access - The next phase of the project will be to tarmac the car park which will be carried out ...

Plinth for Speakers' Corner platform

Project vision: To provide citizens in Lichfield a site on which to have their say, and to promote mature and careful public discourse ...

Local statistics

The council collects, holds and has access to a wide range of local data - from ward, to district, to regional, to national level. ...

Fazeley Pre-School garden project

Project vision: To provide a garden and outdoor area for the children that attend Fazeley Pre-school to use and enjoy now and for generations to ...

A quick overview

Blue badges are for drivers or passengers with severe mobility problems and for those who are registered blind. The scheme allows blue badge holders to ...

Where can blue badge holders park?

Onstreet parking  Badge holders may park on single or double yellow lines for up to three hours, but not where there are restrictions on loading or unloading ...

Improvements to St Chad's Hall

Project vision: To improve the appearance, insulation and security of this well-used community building by the installation of new double-glazed windows.  Location: The ...

O2 Touch touches down at Beacon Park

Get fit. Have fun. Turn up and play O2 Touch. Lichfield District Council and Lichfield Rugby Club are joining forces to offer a series of ...

Our response to HS2

We object to High Speed 2 as we feel strongly that it is unlikely to bring the claimed economic benefits to residents and businesses in ...

Burntwood Arts space project

Project vision: To create a public museum and art gallery within Chase Terrace Technology College Location: Chase Terrace Technology College Partners: Chase Terrace ...

About the makeover

The Friary Grange Leisure Centre makeover was officially launched in January 2014 and includes refurbished changing rooms, a new main entrance and a viewing gallery ...

Fradley Youth and Community Hall

Project vision: To provide an additional community venue in the district of Fradley. Location: Next to the existing village hall. Partners: Lichfield District Council, Fradley ...

Would you like to become a lifeguard?

If so Burntwood Leisure Centre may have the answer. For those 16 years or older We host regular National Pool Lifeguard Qualifications ...

Lichfield and District Community & Voluntary Sector Support

Project vision: To help Lichfield and District Community & Voluntary Sector Support create a warm, welcoming, clean and safe environment for the community - with ...

An introduction to business partnerships, groups and committees

There is a wealth of groups in the city and district, working towards a common aim of improving the city centre and boosting the levels ...

Curborough playing fields park

Project vision: The 'stay and play' project at Curborough playing fields had two key aims: To enhance the open space owned by Lichfield ...

About us

The Business & Economic Partnership covers Tamworth and Lichfield, and is better known as the BEP. It is made up of representatives from public, private ...

Darwin Park gym equipment

Project vision: To provide a MUGA and Outdoor gym equipment which was procured by Leomansley Area Residents Association via s106 funding for Darwin Park  Location: ...

City Speak - the Lichfield City business newsletter

City Speak is a regular newsletter for retailers, traders and organisations in Lichfield City centre. It aims to bring you businesses the news and views that ...

Information board for Erasmus Darwin Statue and associated work

Project vision: To provide an information board that will enhance the amenity of the statue site, informing visitors to the city and residents about the ...

Kensington Oval - gateway to the city

Project vision: Improving the appearance of an important gateway entrance to the City. This involved environmental improvements to highway land which was ...

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Statement of Persons Nominated - Elford Parish Council - May 2011

Download the Statement of Persons Nominated, published Friday 27 May. ...

Staffordshire County-Wide Renewable/Low Carbon Energy Study

Staffordshire County-Wide Renewable/Low Carbon Energy Study Final Report September 2010 ...

European Parliamentary Election - West Midlands Region 2009

Download the local result for the Lichfield District Council Area, and verification statement. ...

Results of uncontested parish council elections in Alrewas, Fradley and Streethay

Results of uncontested parish council elections in Alrewas, Fradley and Streethay ...

Discount Disregard form - Students

Application form for a person to be disregarded for council tax as they are a student ...

Land charges account application form

Apply for a business account to use with local land charges ...

Equality Impact Assessments

Equality Impact Assessments (EIAs) teams across the council have completed. ...

Our peer review 2014

An LGA review of the council is taking place in autumn 2014. Download the introduction document we prepared for our peer review team. ...

Lichfield District Coummunity Safety Strategic Assessment 2011

Lichfield District Community Safety Strategic Assessment 2011 ...

Health and Well-being Profile for Lichfield District Council

Health and Well-being Profile for Lichfield District Council ...

Draft Lichfield District Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-2026

Draft Lichfield District Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-2026 - produced by Staffordshire County Council (November 2011) ...

Refund of Council Tax or Non Domestic Rates

Refund Request for Council Tax or Non Domestic Rates ...

Coaching Course Leaflet

Coaching Course Leaflet ...

Health and Welbing Profile for Lichfield District Council May 2012

Health and Welbing Profile for Lichfield District Council May 2012 ...

Discount Disregard form - Person in Detention

Application form for a person to be disregarded as they are detained ...

Discount Disregard form - Homes and Hospitals

Application form for a person to be disregarded as permanently resident in a Home or Hospital ...

Candidates Summary - April 4th 2007

Summary of candidates for Parish and District Council Elections - May 2007 - Documents published 4th April 2007. ...

Summaries & statements of accounts

Our statements & summaries of accounts are published annually to explain our financial management in detail. They outline how, as a low charging council, we ...

Major Work or Structural Repairs Discount Application Form

Application form for Council Tax Discount for dwellings in need of, or undergoing major repairs or structural alterations ...

Beacon park football facilities

Lichfield District Council is in the process of applying for funding for the redevelopment of the football facilities at beacon ...

Fair Trade Policy

This Council recognizes the work of the Fairtrade Foundation in improving the conditions of farmers and communities in the developing countries, supports the principles promoted ...

Good News Slip

Fill in a good news slip to tell us all the good things about Lichfield. Send it to Jonathan Oates, Lichfield District Council, Frog Lane, ...

Council property discount and exemption form

Council tax property discount and exemption form ...

Council Tax Occupation Form

Council Tax Occupation Form ...

Council Tax Vacation Form

Council Tax Vacation Form ...

Chadsmead vacancy - related documents

There is currently a vacancy in the office of District Councillor for Ward No. 16 (Chadsmead). An election will take place in January 2014 ...

A Plan for Lichfield District 2012 - 2016

A Plan for Lichfield District outlines what the council and our partners are aiming to deliver between 2012 and 2016 ...

Council tax leaflets

Each year we issue a council tax leaflet to local homes together with our council tax bills to tell residents how we are performing. This ...

Year Book

The Council's year book contains useful information on councillor contact details, committee membership and officer contact details ...

Local Plan: Strategy Exhibition Material

The exhibition material which has been put on display at Lichfield District Council for the Local Plan: Strategy (July 2012) ...

Statements of persons nominated - Staffordshire County Council election - 2 May 2013

Download the statements of persons nominated for the Staffordshire County Council elections on 2 May 2013 ...

CD5-1 Memorandum of Understanding: Delivery of Infrastructure

CD5-1 Memorandum of Understanding: Delivery of Infrastructure - MOU with Staffordshire County Council relating to the delivery of Lichfield District's Local Plan ...

Statement of Common Ground with Birmingham City Council (CD5-8)

Statement of Common Ground with Birmingham City Council (CD5-8) Updated with letters from BCC on 17/06/2013 ...

Statement of Common Ground with East Staffordshire Borough Council (CD5-9)

Statement of Common Ground with East Staffordshire Borough Council (CD5-9) ...

Elford Parish Plan 2013

Elford parish Plan - Four year Strategic Plan May 2013-May 2017 - Elford parish Council ...

Fazeley Town Council (7 August 2014) election documents

A by election will be held on Thursday 7th August in Fazeley to elect a town councillor following the resignation of Cllr Jo Atkins. The ...

Memorandum of Understanding with East Staffordshire Borough Council (CD5-10)

Memorandum of Understanding with East Staffordshire Borough Council (CD5-10) ...

CD5-14 Birmingham SHMA 2012

Birmingham City Council SHMA 2012 and 2012 Update (revised January 2013) ...

CD3_1 Memorandum of Understanding: Meeting Tamworth's Housing Needs

Memorandum of understanding relating to the delivery of housing within Tamworth Borough Council's Local Plan ...

Local Plan Strategy: Consultation Statement

The statement of consultation produced to fulfill the requirements by Regulation 22 of the Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012. ...

Meeting Development Needs in SE Staffordshire 2006-2028

Report prepared on behalf of Lichfield District Council, Cannock Chase District Council and Tamworth Borough Council. (February 2013) ...

Statement of Common Ground: Natural England and Lichfield District Council (March 2013)

Statement of Common Ground between Natural England and Lichfield District Council (March 2013) ...

Neighbourhood Planning

A guide to neighbourhood planning and how Lichfield District Council can help you progress your plan. ...

Strategic Plan 2008 - 2012

Every 4 years we put together a strategic plan. Our plan sets out the vision of the council, our ambitions and our focus. We combine ...

Severely Mentally Impaired Discount Application

Application to be disregarded or exempt due to severe mental impairment ...

Local Plan: Section D

Lichfield District Council's Local Plan Development Control Policies ...

Local Plan: Additional Information

Additional Information and Appendices to accompany Lichfield District Council's Local Plan. ...

Local Plan: Maps

Proposals map and inset maps to accompany Lichfield District Council's Local Plan. ...

Local Plan: Section C

Lichfield District Council's Local Plan Area Policies. ...

Local Plan: Section B

Lichfield District Council's Local Plan General Policies. ...

Arts Strategy

Lichfield District Council, with the support of West Midlands Arts, commissioned this report from arts consultants creative options in October 2001. ...

NLI Mission statement

“Make North Lichfield an even better place to live by encouraging a greater sense of community” ...

Local Plan: Section A

Background and Introduction to Lichfield District Council's Local Plan. ...

High Hedges Legislation

New Guidance regarding Hedges has recently come into force. For further information either view the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister or contact the Council ...

Lichfield City Centre Strategy

This strategy has been prepared to provide a context to guide development proposals within the centre of Lichfield, particularly in terms of the future policy ...

Food Premises Registration Form

The Food Premises (Registration) Regulations 1991 require food businesses, including mobile food businesses, to register with the local council. Registration must take place 28 days ...

Friary Grange Coaching Courses

Information about coaching courses and a guide to swimming lessons at Friary Grange Leisure Centre ...

Food Safety Service Delivery Plan 2014 - 2016

Lichfield District Council, in accordance with the Food Standards Agency's Framework Agreement on Local Authority Food Law Enforcement, has approved this Service Plan for the ...

Enforcement Concordat: Good Practice Guide for England and Wales

Our Enforcement Policy is based on the principals of the Enforcement Concordat, which was formally signed on 5 March 1998 by Peter Kilfoyle on behalf ...

Lichfield Retail Study

This study has been prepared on behalf of Lichfield District Council to identify future additional requirements (up to 2016) for both food (convenience) and non-food ...

Notice of Election Agents' Names and Offices

Staffordshire County Council Election - June 2009. ...

Tree Preservation Order Consent Form

Many trees within the District are protected by tree preservation orders or are located within conservation areas where owners are responsible for notifying the Council ...

Application for Discount Disregard - Carers

This form will allow you to apply for a discount on your council tax if you are a careworker working for low pay or care ...

Application for Discount Disregard - Severely Mentally Impaired

This form will allow you to apply for a discount on your council tax on behalf of someone who is exempt because they are severely ...

Application for Discount Disregard - Students

This form will allow you to apply for a discount on your council tax if you are a full time student, student nurse, apprentice or ...

Strategic Environmental Assessment Scoping Report

Sustainable development is a term that has been commonly used since the Earth Summit at Rio de Janeiro in 1992. This document details Lichfield ...

Constitution of the Council

The constitution provides an important means of enabling citizens and stakeholders to understand how the council makes decisions and who is responsible for those decisions. ...

Biodiversity Strategy

This Strategy is a framework document to develop and apply understandable and workable policies regarding biodiversity. Each section is a guide to all Council departments ...

Information and Communications Technology Strategy

The ICT Strategy is one of a number of Council Strategies which are designed to achieve the corporate goals as identified in the Best Value ...

Draft SPD on Open Space, Sport and Recreation

Lichfield District Council Draft Supplementary Planning Document on Open Space, Sport and Recreation ...

Flooding Hardship Fund Application Form

COMPLETED FORMS TO BE RETURNED BY 14TH SEPTEMBER 2007. Please send to: Flooding Hardship Fund, Lichfield District Council, Frog Lane, Lichfield, WS13 6YY ...

SHLAA 2013

Lichfield District Council's Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment & Five Year Supply (SHLAA ) 2013 ...

About the Lichfield and District Empty property Strategy

Since 1997, Lichfield District Council has been committed to re using empty properties in this District. This commitment is based on the fact that ...

Confirmation of Position of Possible Changes with regard to Sustainability Appraisal

Confirmation of Position of Possible Changes with regard to Sustainability Appraisal (submitted by Council 2 June 2006) ...

Submissions by Council 2 June 2006

Documents submitted by the Council 2 June 2006 ...

Council Tax Leaflet for Residents 2008

Each year we issue a council tax leaflet to local homes together with our council tax bills to tell residents how we are performing. This ...

Revision to para. B3.9 – without prejudice suggestion to Inspector

Revision to para. B3.9 of Core Strategy. This is a without prejudice suggestion to Inspector relating to Tamworth. It was submitted by the ...

Correspondence with Tamworth Borough Council to Inspector re. proposed 1000 houses north of Tamworth

Correspondence with Tamworth Borough Council to Inspector re. proposed 1000 houses north of Tamworth ...

Our peer review 2014

An LGA review of the council is taking place in autumn 2014. Download the introduction document we prepared for our peer review team. ...

Single Person Discount Form

Single Person Discount Form ...

Comments by Matters 2 participants

Comments by participants of Matter 2 - Core Strategy Examination to: a) Letter from Tamworth Borough Council (S2.15) b) "6800 Revised Housing Trajectory" (annualised strategic allocation reduced ...

Comments on notes of Matter 10 session, prepared by Ms Cook (Council)

Comments on the notes of session for Matter 10 (Employment), prepared by Ms Cook (Council) ...

Annual external audit letter

Each year our appointed external auditors prepare a report and make recommendations on how well we are managing the council. Read our most recent Audit ...

InTouch - Winter 2007

Lichfield District Council's newspaper InTouch is delivered to households across the borough, is full of information and news about what's going on in and around ...

Single Person Discount Form

single person discount form or notification of change of household ...

Equal Opportunities Policy

Policy on how Lichfield District Council deals with Equal Opportunities ...

Local Plan: Strategy Initial Findings Report

The Inspectors Initial Findings Report for the Local Plan: Strategy issued 3rd September 2013 and the Councils letter in response. ...

Monthly Performance Results

We would welcome your comments on how useful you find this data or on the way it is presented. If you have any comments ...

LearnDirect Courses

The Course catalogue for Learn Direct ...

Media Protocol

The purpose of this document is to outline clear guidelines on how we should manage our relationship with the media, both for mainstream council releases/ ...

Skills For Life Courses

Overview of the various courses that are available through Learn direct 'Skills for life' programme ...

Transport and Infrastructure Planning Tamworth Borough Council Anker Valley Sustainable Urban Extension Transport Package Appraisal (BWB Report)

Transport and Infrastructure Planning Tamworth Borough Council Anker Valley Sustainable Urban Extension Transport Package Appraisal (BWB Report) ...

Annual Monitoring Report 2013

Lichfield District Council's Annual Monitoring Report 2013 (November 2013) ...

High Court Challenge - Decision

Decision of the Judicial Review - Approved Judgment received following the High Court Challenge which took place on the 1st and 2nd July 2014. ...

InTouch

Lichfield District Council's newspaper InTouch is delivered to households across the borough, is full of information and news about what's going on in and around ...

Small Lottery Permits

Societies that wish to hold small lotteries must be registered with the council ...

HS2 petition - May 2014

On 15 May 2014 Lichfield District Council formally petitioned Parliament setting out our concerns about the HS2 Hybrid Bill and asked for key changes. ...

Agenda 21 charter for sustainability

Agenda 21 is the name given to an agenda for the 21st century adopted at the Rio Earth Summit in 1992. This international forum was ...

Tree Management Procedure

Council Tree Management Procedure ...

DRAFT A Local Waste Strategy and Action Plan (2005 to 2010)

This DRAFT document presents the updated and refreshed Lichfield District Council Waste Strategy and Action Plan that outlines Lichfield’s future plans to develop its services ...

Results found in Councillors

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John Walker MBE

Website: Burntwood Labour Councillors' Website Register of interests ...

Paul Hogan

Register of interests ...

Russell Heath

Website: Burntwood Labour Councillors' Website Register of interests Surgery dates Last Saturday in each month from 11 a.m. - 12 noon at ...

David Leytham

Facebook: www.facebook.com/Councillor.David.LeythamTwitter: @DavidLeytham Register of interests ...

Keith Willis-Croft

Website: Burntwood Labour Councillors' Website Register of interests ...

Don Isaacs

Website: Burntwood Labour Councillors' Website Register of interests Surgery Dates   First Saturday in each month from 10 - 11 a.m. in Burntwood ...

Eric Drinkwater

Website: Burntwood Labour Councillors' Website Register of interests ...

Susan Woodward

Website: Burntwood Labour Councillors' Website Register of interests ...

Stephen Taylor

Website: Burntwood Labour Councillors' Website Register of interests ...

Steve Norman

Twitter: @CllrSGNormanWebsite: Burntwood Labour Councillors' Website Surgery dates First Saturday of each month between 10am and 11am at Burntwood Library, Sankeys Corner.   ...

Diane Evans

Website: Burntwood Labour Councillors' Website Register of interests ...

Results found in Meeting Minutes

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EXECUTIVE AGENDA - 6.10.2005.pdf ...

Item 3 - Parish Forum Minutes - 15th September

ITEM 3 - PARISH FORUM MINUTES - 15.9.2005.pdf ...

Item 4 - Disabled Facilities Grants Report

ITEM 4 - DISABLED FACILITIES GRANTS REPORT.pdf ...

Item 5 - Open Space, Sport and Recreation

ITEM 5 - OPEN SPACE SPORT AND RECREATION REPORT.pdf ...

Item 6 - LDF - Core Strategy Revisions

ITEM 6 - LDF - CORE STRATEGY REVISIONS REPORT.pdf ...

Item 7 - LDF - Development Control Policies

ITEM 7 - LDF - DEVELOPMENT CONTROL POLICIES REPORT.pdf ...

Item 8 - LDF - Allocation of Land

ITEM 8 - LDF - ALLOCATION OF LAND REPORT.pdf ...

Item 9 - LDF - Area Action Plans

ITEM 9 - LDF - AREA ACTION PLANS REPORT.pdf ...

Item 9 - LDF - Area Action Plans - Appendix A

ITEM 9 - APPENDIX A.pdf ...

Item 9 - LDF - Area Action Plans - Appendix A - Plan

ITEM 9 - APPENDIX A - PLAN.pdf ...

Item 9 - LDF - Area Action Plans - Appendix B

ITEM 9 - APPENDIX B.pdf ...

Item 9 - LDF - Area Action Plans - Appendix B - Plan

ITEM 9 - APPENDIX B - PLAN.pdf ...

Item 10 - Business Matters Regional Project Report

ITEM 10 - BUSINESS MATTERS REGIONAL PROJECT REPORT.pdf ...

Item 11 - Disabled Access to Council Buildings

ITEM 11 - DISABLED ACCESS TO COUNCIL BUILDINGS REPORT.pdf ...

Disabled Facilities Grants

ITEM 4 - DISABLED FACILITIES GRANTS.pdf ...

Supplementary Plan - Mile Oak and Fazeley

SUPPLEMENTARY PLAN- MILE OAK AND FAZELEY.pdf ...

Supplementary Report Plan - Colton

SUPPLEMENTARY REPORT PLAN - COLTON.pdf ...

Supplementary Report - Items 6,7 and 8

SUPPLEMENTARY REPORT - ITEMS 6 7 AND 8.pdf ...

Supplementary Report Plan - Burntwood

SUPPLEMENTARY REPORT PLAN - BURNTWOOD.pdf ...

Open Space Sport and Recreation

ITEM 5 - OPEN SPACE SPORT AND RECREATION.pdf ...

Core Strategy Revisions

ITEM 6 - LDF - CORE STRATEGY REVISIONS.pdf ...

Development Control Polocies

ITEM 7 - LDF - DEVELOPMENT CONTROL POLICIES.pdf ...

Allocation of Land

ITEM 8 - LDF - ALLOCATION OF LAND.pdf ...

Agenda

Agenda 1.pdf ...

Planning Application Reports

Planning Committee Agenda 26.9.05 2 .pdf ...

Planning Application Results

Committee Results Sheet 26.9.05 2 .pdf ...

Supplementary Information

Supplementary Report Committee 26.9.05 2 .pdf ...

Minutes

minutes 15 .pdf ...

Agenda

Agenda 4th October 2005.pdf ...

Appendix A

Item 4 appendix A.pdf ...

Item 4 - Review of Parish Council Wards and Boundaries Report

item 4 Review of Parish Council Wards and Boundaries Report 1 .pdf ...

Cumulative Impact Saturaction Policy for Bird Street

item 5 Cumulative Impact Saturation Policy for Bird Street Report.pdf ...

Appendix B

item 5 appendix A.pdf ...

Minutes

minutes 4th October.pdf ...

Download the Agenda

agenda 1.pdf ...

Download the Minutes

minutes 1 .pdf ...

Download Attachment for Rural Older People's Forum

Rural Older People-s Forum.pdf ...

Download Attachment for Lichfield Develoment Framework Update

Lichfield Development Framework Update.pdf ...

Fazeley and District Initiative Internal Briefing Paper

Fazely and District Initiative 2 .pdf ...

Lichfield District Council Community Transport Scheme Internal Briefing Paper

Lichfield and District Community Transport.pdf ...

Shropshire and Staffordshire NHS Papers

Shropshire & Staffordshire NHS Papers.pdf ...

Older Peoples Forum Poster

poster 05.10.05.pdf ...

Letter from Joe Powell

Letter from Joe Powell.pdf ...

Local Development Framework (LDF) Update

LDF Update Parish Forum 15th September 2005.pdf ...

Briefing paper for Parish Forum regarding the Rural Older People's Forum

briefing paper for parish forum 15.09.05.pdf ...

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minutes 5 .pdf ...

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Minutes 1 February 2005 1 .pdf ...

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Agenda 1 February 2005.pdf ...

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Agenda.pdf ...

Item 4 - Review of Temporary Accommodation

Item 4 - Review of Temporary Accommodation.pdf ...

Item 5 - Provision of Housing Advice

Item 5 - Provision of Housing Advice.pdf ...

Item 6 - Appendix A

Item 6 - Appendix A.pdf ...

Item 6 - Environmental Noise Planning Guidelines

Item 6 - Environmental Noise Planning Guidelines.pdf ...

Item 7 - Work Programme

Item 7 - Work Programme.pdf ...

Item 3- Minutes 14th June 2005

Item 3 - Minutes 14th June 2005.pdf ...

Planning Application Reports

Planning Committee Agenda 17.10.05.pdf ...

Supplementary Planning Application Information

Supplementary Planning Report 1 .pdf ...

Planning Committee Results

Committee Results Sheet 17.10.05 1 .pdf ...

Supplementary Information

Supplementary Planning Report 2 .pdf ...

Minutes

minutes 14 .pdf ...

Planning Application Reports

Agenda B Committee 5.9.05.pdf ...

Supplementary Planning Application Information

Supplementary Report Committee 5.9.05.pdf ...

Planning Committee Results

Committee Results Sheet 5.9.05.pdf ...

Planning Committee Minutes

05.09.05.pdf ...

Supplementary Information

Supplementary Report Committee 5.9.05 1 .pdf ...

Minutes

minutes 16 .pdf ...

Final Agenda - 14 June 2005

Final Agenda - 14 June 2005.pdf ...

Draft Waste Strategy

Draft Waste Strategy.pdf ...

Enforcement Annual Report

Enforcement joint 04051 inc appendices1 RP 3 June 200511.pdf ...

Homeless Strategy Report - Action Plan

Homelessness Strategy Report - Action Plan.pdf ...

Operational Services Structure Chart

Operational Services June 20052.pdf ...

Development of the Housing Renewal Strategy

Private sector final report and appendices.pdf ...

Minutes 22nd March 2005

Minutes 22nd March 2005.pdf ...

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Agenda 15 March 1 .pdf ...

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Cultural OS Minutes - 15th March 2005 1 .pdf ...

Download the Agenda

Agenda 13 June.pdf ...

Lichfield City Centre Parks - Heritage Lottery Fund Project

OS - HLF Progress Update 15-06-05.pdf ...

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AGENDA.pdf ...

Item 4 - Work Programme

Work Programme.pdf ...

Item 5

Item 5.pdf ...

Item 5 - Appendix A

Item 5 Appendix A.pdf ...

Item 6

item 6.pdf ...

Item 7

item 7.pdf ...

Item 8

item 8.pdf ...

Item 9

Item 9.pdf ...

Item 10

Item 10.pdf ...

Item 10 - Appendix A

Item 10 APPENDIX A.pdf ...

Item 10 - Appendix B

Item 10 Appendix B.pdf ...

Item 11

Item 11.pdf ...

Item 11 - Appendix A

Item 11 Appendix A 1 .pdf ...

Item 12

Item 12.pdf ...

Item 12 - Appendix A

Item 12 APPENDIX A.pdf ...

Minutes

minutes.doc ...

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15 June Minutes.pdf ...

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Agenda 8 September.pdf ...

minutes

8 September Minutes.pdf ...

Agenda for DPP 13/10/05

Agenda 13th October 2005.pdf ...

Download the Access Group Report

Access Report Report 3 .pdf ...

Download the Minutes

Minutes 13th October 2005 2 .pdf ...

Download Statement from Matthew Ellis

Statement from Matthew Ellis.pdf ...

Download Fitness Leaflet

fitness.pdf ...

Minutes for DPP 13/10/05

Minutes 13th October 2005 3 .pdf ...

Statement From Matthew Ellis 13/10/05

Statement from Matthew Ellis 1 .pdf ...

Access Group report - Report 4

Access Report Report 4 .pdf ...

Fitness leaflet

fitness 1 .pdf ...

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Minutes 29-09-05.pdf ...

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Minutes 29-09-05 2 .pdf ...

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Agenda 29th September 2005.pdf ...

Planning Application reports

Agenda Planning Committee 6.6.05 1 .pdf ...

Supplementary Planning Application Information

Supplementary Report Committee 6.6.05 1 .pdf ...

Planning Committee Results

Committee Results 6.6.05 1 .pdf ...

Planning Committee Minutes

06.06.05 minutes 1 .pdf ...

Planning Application Reports

Planning Agenda B Committee 27.6.05.doc ...

Planning Committee Results

Committee Results Sheet 27.6.05.pdf ...

Supplementary Planning Application Information

Supplementary Report 27.6.05.pdf ...

Planning Committee Minutes

27.06.05.pdf ...

Planning Application Reports

Committee Agenda Item B 18.7.05.pdf ...

Supplementary Planning Application Information

Supplementary Report 18.7.05.pdf ...

Planning Committee Results

Committee results18.7.05.pdf ...

Planning Committee Minutes

18.07.05.pdf ...

Planning Application Reports

Planning Agenda B Committee 8.8.05.pdf ...

Supplementary Planning Application Information

Supplementary Report 8.8.05.pdf ...

Planning Committee Results

Committee Results Sheet 8.8.05.pdf ...

Planning Committee Minutes

08.08.05.pdf ...

Supplementary Information

Supplementary Report 8.8.05 1 .pdf ...

Minutes

minutes 17 .pdf ...

Planning Application Reports

Planning Committee Agenda 7.11.05.pdf ...

Planning Committee Results

Committee Results Sheet 7.11.05.pdf ...

Supplementary Planning Application Information

Supplementary Report Committee 7.11.05.pdf ...

Download the Agenda

Agenda 3 .pdf ...

Supplementary Information

Supplementary Report Committee 7.11.05 1 .pdf ...

Minutes

minutes 13 .pdf ...

Download the Agenda

31.10.05 1 .pdf ...

Play Schemes

playscheme report to Overview and Scrutiny 20 05.pdf ...

Play Scheme-Appendix A

playscheme report 2005 appendix A.pdf ...

Play scheme Appendix B

playscheme report 2005 appendix B.pdf ...

Play scheme Appendix C

playscheme report 2005 appendix C.pdf ...

Play Scheme Appendix-D

playscheme report 2005 appendix D.pdf ...

Play Scheme-Appendix E

playscheme report 2005 appendix E.pdf ...

Committee on Tour

OSCttee31 10 05Tour 1 .pdf ...

Work Programme

Work programme 2005 06 template.pdf ...

Terms of Reference

Appendix.pdf ...

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Agenda 9 November.pdf ...

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minutes 2 .pdf ...

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minutes 4 .pdf ...

Download item 4

Planning.pdf ...

Download the Minutes

minutes 9 .pdf ...

Download the Agenda

Agenda 2 November 2005.pdf ...

Item 6 - Work Programme for the Period 2005-06

Item 6 - Work Programme.pdf ...

Item 7 - Members Remuneration Scheme

Item 7 - Review of Members Remuneration Scheme.pdf ...

Item 8 - Membership of the Coalfield Communities Campaign

Agenda Item 8 - Coalfields Communities Campaign Call-in.pdf ...

Download the Agenda

Agenda 2 .pdf ...

Report of the Chairman Of The Development (Overview And Scrutiny) Committee

Chairman-s Report Development- 8 Sept 2005.pdf ...

Report of The Vice Chairman Of The Lichfield And Tamworth Joint Health (Overview And Scrutiny) Committee

Lichfield & Tamworth Joint Health Scrutiny Committee Chairman-s Report - 20 Sept 2005.pdf ...

Supplementary Report to Item 13(c)

Supplementary to 181005 Council on Whittington Hospice iTEM 13 (C).pdf ...

Download the Agenda

AGENDA EXECUTIVE - 8.11.pdf ...

Item 3 - Asset Stretegy Group Minutes

ITEM 3 - ASSET STRATEGY MINUTES 22.9.05.pdf ...

Item 4 - Arts Partnership Minutes

ITEM 4 - LICHFIELD DISTRICT ARTS PARTNERSHIP MINUTES - 11.10.05.pdf ...

Item 5 (i) - Taking Stock and Reviewing Progress - Strategic Plan - Report

ITEM 5(i) TAKING STOCK AND REVIEWING PROGRESS - STRATEGIC PLAN - REPORT.pdf ...

Item 5 (i) Appendix

ITEM 5(i) - APPENDIX.pdf ...

Item 5 (ii) - Taking Stock and Reviewing Progress - Financial Strategy - Report

ITEM 5(ii) TAKING STOCK AND REVIEWING PROGRESS - FINANCIAL STRATEGY REPORT.pdf ...

Item 6 - Annual Review of Prices for Core Leisure Activities

ITEM 6 - ANNUAL REVIEW OF PRICES FOR CORE LEISURE ACTIVITES REPORT.pdf ...

Item 6 - Annual Review of Prices for Core Leisure Activities - Appendix A

ITEM 6 - ANNUAL REVIEW OF PRICES - APPENDIX A.pdf ...

Item 6 - Annual Review of Prices for Core Leisure Activities - Appendix B

ITEM 6 - ANNUAL REVIEW OF PRICES - APPENDIX B.pdf ...

Item 6 - Annual Review of Prices for Core Leisure Activities - Appendix C

ITEM 6 - ANNUAL REVIEW OF PRICES - APPENDIX C.pdf ...

Item 5 (i) - Taking Stock and Reviewing Progress - Strategic Plan

ITEM 5(i) TAKING STOCK AND REVIEWING PROGRESS - STRATEGIC PLAN.pdf ...

Item 5 (ii) - Taking Stock and Reviewing Progress - Financial Strategy - Report

ITEM 5(ii) TAKING STOCK AND REVIEWING PROGRESS - FINANCIAL STRATEGY.pdf ...

Item 6 - Annual Review of Prices for Core Leisure Activities

ITEM 6 - ANNUAL REVIEW OF PRICES FOR CORE LEISURE ACTIVITES.pdf ...

Download the Minutes

Minutes.pdf ...

Agenda - Strategic (O&S) Committee - 31 August 2011

Strategic 31st August 2011 Agenda -Final.pdf ...

Minutes of the Meeting held on 21 June 2011

Agenda Item 3 - Minutes Strategic 21 June 2011.pdf ...

Agenda Item 4 - Statement of Accounts 2010-2011

Agenda Item 4 - FINAL Summary of accounts including amended Appendices 2010-2011.pdf ...

Agenda Item 5 - Review of Performance Against the Financial Strategy 2010-2011

Agenda Item 5 - unprotected - Financial Performance 2010-11 -final..pdf ...

Agenda Item 6 - Annual Review of Treasury Managment Services & Actual Prudential Indicators 2010-2011

Agenda Item 6 - Annual Treasury Management Report 2010-11 Final.pdf ...

Agenda Item 7 - Forward Plan & Work Programme

Agenda Item 7 - Forward Plan and Work Programme.pdf ...

Download the Agenda

Agenda 4 .pdf ...

Planning Application Reports

Planning Agenda Committee 28.11.05.pdf ...

Planning Committee Results

Committee Results Sheet 28.11.05.pdf ...

Supplementary Information

Supplementary Report Committee 28.11.05.pdf ...

Minutes

minutes 7 .pdf ...

Download the Agenda

Agenda 5 .pdf ...

Licensing Update

Item 5 1 .pdf ...

Street Collections 2006

Item 6.pdf ...

Street Collections 2006 - Appendix A

Item 6 APPENDIX A.pdf ...

Minutes

minutes 29 November-final 1 .pdf ...

Agenda

AGENDA EXECUTIVE - 8.12.pdf ...

ITEM 3- LICHFIELD DISTRICT PARISH FORUM

ITEM 3 - PARISH FORUM MINUTES - 9 NOVEMBER 2005.pdf ...

ITEM 4 - RURAL AFFAIRS PANEL

ITEM 4 - RURAL AFFAIRS - 16 NOVEMBER - NOTES.pdf ...

ITEM 5 - REVIEW OF TEMPORARY ACCOMMODATION

ITEM 5 - SUBMISSION ON THE REVIEW OF TEMPORARY ACCOMMODATION.pdf ...

ITEM 6 - PLANNING DOCUMENT ON BORROWCOP AREA REPORT

ITEM 6 - SUPPLEMENTARY PLANNING DOCUMENTON BORROWCOP - REPORT.pdf ...

BORROWCOP LANE SUMMARY - APPENDIX A

ITEM 6 - BORROWCOP LANE SUPPLEMENTARY PLANNING DOCUMENT - SUMMARY.pdf ...

ITEM 6 - BORROWCOP LANE SUMMARY OF RESPONSES

ITEM 6 - BORROWCOP SUMMARY OF RESPONSES - APPENDIX A.pdf ...

ITEM 6 - BORROWCOP LANE - MAIN DOCUMENT

ITEM 6 - BORROWCOP - MAIN DOCUMENT.pdf ...

ITEM 7 - LICHFIELD DISTRICT LDF - ANNUAL MONITORING REPORT

ITEM 7 - LICHFIELD DISTRICT LDF - ANNUAL MONITORING REPORT.pdf ...

ITEM 8 - 2020 Vision: Zero Waste to Landfill

ITEM 8 - 2020 VISION- ZERO WASTE TO LANDFILL.pdf ...

ITEM 7 - ANNUAL MONITORING REPORT - MAIN DOCUMENT

ITEM 7 - LDF - ANNUAL MONITORING REPORT - MAIN DOCUMENT.pdf ...

ITEM 8 - 2020 VISION - REPORT

ITEM 8 - 2020 VISION- ZERO WASTE TO LANDFILL REPORT.pdf ...

ITEM 8 - 2020 VISION - APPENDIX A

ITEM 8 - 2020 VISION - APPENDIX A.pdf ...

ITEM 9 - MILE OAK COMMUNITY CENTRE - REPORT

ITEM 9 - MILE OAK COMMUNITY CENTRE REPORT.pdf ...

ITEM 10 - REVIEW OF THE CORPORATE RISK REGISTER - REPORT

ITEM 10 - REVIEW OF CORPORATE RISK REGISTER.pdf ...

Item 5 - Submission on the Review of Temporary Accommodation

ITEM 5 - SUBMISSION ON THE REVIEW OF TEMPORARY ACCOMMODATION.pdf ...

Item 6 - Supplementary Planning Document on the Borrowcop Area

ITEM 6 - SUPPLEMENTARY PLANNING DOCUMENT ON BORROWCOP.pdf ...

Item 7 - Lichfield District LDF - Annual Monitoring Report

ITEM 7 - LICHFIELD DISTRICT LDF - ANNUAL MONITORING REPORT 1 .pdf ...

Item 9 - Mile Oak Community Centre

ITEM 9 - MILE OAK COMMUNITY CENTRE 1 .pdf ...

Item 8 - 2020 Vision - Zero Waste to Landfill

ITEM 8 - 2020 VISION- ZERO WASTE TO LANDFILL 2 .pdf ...

Item 10 - Review of the Corporate Risk Register

ITEM 10 - REVIEW OF CORPORATE RISK REGISTER 2 .pdf ...

Planning Application Reports

Planning Committee 19.12.05.pdf ...

Agenda

Agenda 7 .pdf ...

Planning Committee Results

Committee Results Sheet 19.12.05.pdf ...

Supplementary Information

Supplementary Report 19.12.05.pdf ...

Minutes

minutes 18 .pdf ...

Agenda Item 7 Report of Chairman of Development

Agenda Item 7 Chairman-s Report - Development Services.pdf ...

Agenda Item 8 Report of the Chairman of Cultural Services

Agenda Item 8 Chairman-s Report - Cultural Services.pdf ...

Agenda Item 9 Report of the Chairman of Corporate Services and Policy

Agenda Item 9 Chairman-s Report 2 November 2005 - Corporate Services.pdf ...

Agenda Item 10 Report of the Vice-Chairman of the Lichfield and Tamworth Joint Health Scrutiny

Joint Health Scrutiny Committee Vice-Chairman-s Report 15.11.05.pdf ...

Agenda Item 10 Appendix to the Report

Joint Health Scrutiny Appendix.pdf ...

Council Agenda

Agenda 8 .pdf ...

Agenda

Agenda 11 .pdf ...

Item 4 - Applications for Determination by Committee

Planning Agenda for Committee 9.1.06.pdf ...

Minutes

9-1-6 Minutes.pdf ...

Results

Committee Results Sheet Committee 9.1.06.pdf ...

Supplementary Information

Supplementary Report 9.1.06.pdf ...

Download the Agenda

agenda 7 .pdf ...

Download the Minutes

minutes 21 .pdf ...

Download Abandoned Vehicles item

Abandoned Vehicles Information 2 .pdf ...

Download Environment Agency Presentation

Environment Agency Presentation 3 .pdf ...

Item 8 - Local Development Framework - Appendix A

Item 8 - Local Development Framework - Appendix A - Representations to Submission Allocations of Land and Site Development Policies DPD 2 .pdf ...

Item 7 - Homezone - Conversion to Charitable Status

Item 7 - Submission on Homezone - Conversion to Charitable Status - Report 1 .pdf ...

Item 6 - Village Conservation Area Improvement Programme

Item 6 - Village Conservation Area Improvement Programme - Report.pdf ...

Item 5 - Working with Business - Acceptance of Ownership of National Project and Grant Award

Item 5 - Working with Business - Acceptance of Ownership of National Project and Grant Award Report 2 .pdf ...

Item 4 - Council Tax Base - Appendix A

Item 4 - Council Tax Base - Appendix A 3 .pdf ...

Agenda - 17 January 2006

AGENDA EXECUTIVE - 17.1 1 .pdf ...

Item 3 - Crime and Disorder Minutes - 23.11.05

CRIME AND DISORDER MINUTES - 23.11.05 1 .pdf ...

Item 4 - Council Tax Base 2006-2007

Item 4 - Council Tax Base Report 1 .pdf ...

Item 8 - Local Development Framework - Appendix A

Item 8 - Local Development Framework - Appendix A - Representations to Submission Core Strategy 2 .pdf ...

Item 8 - Local Development Framework - Appendix A

Item 8 - Local Development Framework - Appendix A - Representations to the Submission Development Control Polices DPD 1 .pdf ...

Item 8 - Local Development Framework - Appendix B

Item 8 - Local Development Framework - Appendix B - List of Omission Sites 1 .pdf ...

Item 4 - Council Tax Base 2006-2007

Item 4 - Council Tax Base 2006-2007.pdf ...

Item 5 - Working with Business - Acceptance of Ownership of National Project and Grant Award

Item 5 - Working with Business - Acceptance of Ownership of National Project and Grant Award.pdf ...

Item 6 - Village Conservation Area Improvement Programme

Item 6 - Village Conservation Area Improvement Programme.pdf ...

Item 7 - Submission on Homezone - Conversion to Charitabe Status

Item 7 - Submission on Homezone - Conversion to Charitable Status 1 .pdf ...

Item 8 - Local Development Framework - Core Strategy, Development Control Policies and Allocations of Land - Representations

Item 8 - Local Development Framework - Core Strategy Development Control Policies and Allocations of Land - Representations.pdf ...

Agenda Items 3 - Minutes

Agenda Items 3 - Minutes 5 .pdf ...

Agenda Item 4a - Environmental Health Panel

Agenda Item 4a - Environmental Health Panel.pdf ...

Agenda Item 4b - Housing Panel

Agenda Item 4b - Housing Panel.pdf ...

Agenda Item 5- Housing Register Progress Report

Agenda Item 5- Housing Register Progress Report.pdf ...

Agenda Item 6 - Homelessness Strategy Progress Report

Agenda Item 6 - Homelessness Strategy Progress Report.pdf ...

Agenda Item 6 - Appendix A

Agenda Item 6 - Appendix A.pdf ...

Agenda Item 7 - Performance of the Pest Control Service Contract

Agenda Item 7 - Performance of the Pest Control Service Contract.pdf ...

Agenda Item 7 - Appendix A

Agenda Item 7 - Appendix A.pdf ...

Agenda Item 8 - Terms of Reference

Agenda Item 8 - Terms of Reference.pdf ...

Agenda Item 8 - Work Programme

Item 8 - Work Programme.pdf ...

Agenda

Agenda 23 January 2006 1 .pdf ...

Agenda 24th January 2006

24Jan Main Agenda.pdf ...

Item 7 Work Programme

Work Programme 1 .pdf ...

Item 11 Appendix B

Item 11 Main Appendix B 4 .pdf ...

Item 11 Appendix B Lichfield Primary Shopping Area

Item 11 Appendix B Lichfield City Centre 2 .pdf ...

Item 11 appendix B Lichfield City Centre Action Plan Boundary

Item 11 Appendix B Lichfield City Centre Action Plan.pdf ...

Item 11 Appendix B Lichfield Town Centre

Item 11 Appendix B Lichfield Town Centre 1 .pdf ...

Item 9 Appendix I

Item 9 Appendix 1 2 .pdf ...

Item 8 Appendix A

Item 8 Appendix A 2 .pdf ...

Minutes

minutes of 24th Jan 2006.pdf ...

minutes 12th October

minutes 1 .doc ...

Minutes of the Meeting of 25.1.06

Item 3 - Minutes of the Meeting held on 25 January 2006 1 .pdf ...

Agenda

Agenda 13 .pdf ...

Planning Application Reports

Planning Committee Agenda 30.1.06.pdf ...

Supplementary Papers

Supplementary Report Committee 30.1.06.pdf ...

Results

Committee Results Sheet 30.1.06.pdf ...

Minutes

minutes 22 .pdf ...

Agenda

Agenda 14 .pdf ...

Minutes

8th February Final.pdf ...

Item 4

Item 4 2 .pdf ...

Item 5

Item 5 4 .pdf ...

Item 5 Appendix A

Item 5 Appendix A.pdf ...

Item 6

Item 6 3 .pdf ...

Item 4 Appendix A

Item 4 Appendix A.pdf ...

minutes

minutes 29 November-final 2 .pdf ...

Agenda

Agenda 15 .pdf ...

Item 5 - Appendix A WBurntwood

Item 5 - Appendix A WBurntwood.pdf ...

Item 5 - Appendix B Lichfield

Item 5 - Appendix B Lichfield.pdf ...

Item 5 - Lichfield City Centre AAP

Lichfield City Centre AAP.pdf ...

Item 5 - Lichfield City Centre AAP Primary Shopping Area

Lichfield City Centre AAP Primary Shopping Area.pdf ...

Lichfield City Centre AAP Town Centre

Lichfield City Centre AAP Town Centre.pdf ...

West Burntwood AAP Boundary

West Burntwood AAP Boundary.pdf ...

West Burntwood AAP Primary Shopping Area

West Burntwood AAP Primary Shopping Area.pdf ...

West Burntwood AAP Proposed Employment

West Burntwood AAP Proposed Employment.pdf ...

West Burntwood AAP Town Centre

West Burntwood AAP Town Centre.pdf ...

Item 7 - Appendix 1

Item No 7 - Appendix 1.pdf ...

Item 7 - Appendix 11

Item No 7 - Appendix 11.pdf ...

Item 8 - Document

Item No 8 - Document.pdf ...

Item 4 Planning Application Reports

Agenda Planning Committee 20.2.06.pdf ...

Planning Application Results

Committee Results Sheet 20.2.06.pdf ...

Supplementary Information

Supplementary Report Committee 20.2.06.pdf ...

Minutes

minutes 23 .pdf ...

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Agenda 16 .pdf ...

Item 5 - Report of Leader Of The Council - Executive Decisions – 17 January 2006

Agenda Item 5 Report of the Leader of the Council21.2.06.pdf ...

Item 17 - Attachment C - The Prudential Code

Agenda Item 17 - attachment C The Prudential Code Attachment C 21-02-06.pdf ...

Item 17 - Attachment A - Strategic Plan - Year 3 Action Plan

Agenda Item 17 - STRATEGIC PLAN Year 3 action plan Attachment A TR.pdf ...

Item 17 Appendix I - Strategic Plan Medium Term Financial Forecast for Revenue and Capital

Agenda Item 17 Appendix I STRATEGIC PLAN MEDIUM TERM FINANCIAL FORECAST FOR REVENUE AND CAPITAL 2005-12 21-02-06.pdf ...

Item 17 Appendix ii - Treasury Management Strategy

Agenda item 17 Appendix iii -Treasury Management Strategy Council 21-02-06.pdf ...

Item 9 - Report of Chairman of Corporate Services and Policy (Overview and Scrutiny) Committee

Agenda Item Chairman-s Report 25 jANUARY 2006 - Corporate Services.pdf ...

Item 10 - Report of Vice-Chairman of Lichfield and Tamworth Joint Health Scrutiny Committee

Lichfield & Tamworth Joint Health Vice-Chairman-s Report 19.02.06.pdf ...

Item 18 - A Sustainable Community Strategy for the District of Lichfield 2006 – 2021

Sustainable Community Strategy consultation document January 2006.pdf ...

Item 15 - Calendar of Meetings May 2006 – May 2007

Agenda item 15 CALENDAR OF MEETINGS ( V1) 2006 - 2007.pdf ...

Item 17 Appendix 1 Page 14 - Supplementary Information

Agenda Item 17 Appendix 1 Page 14 Supplementary Information.pdf ...

Item 17 Appendix iii - Council Tax Resolution 2006-2007

Agenda Item 17 Appendix iiiCOUNCIL TAX RESOLUTION 2006-2007.pdf ...

Agenda

AGENDA EXECUTIVE - 7.3.06.pdf ...

Item 3 - Strategic Commissioning of Services from the Voluntary and Community Sector

Item 3 - Strategic Commissioning of Services from the Voluntary and Community Sector.pdf ...

Item 3 - Appendix 1

Item 3 - Appendix 1.pdf ...

Item 3 - Appendix 2

Item 3 - Appendix 2.pdf ...

Item 3 - Appendix 3

Item 3 - Appendix 3.pdf ...

Item 4 - Allocation of Small Grants to the Voluntary and Community Sectors and Allocation of the Parish Fund 2006-07

Item 4 Alolocation of Small Grants to the Voluntary and Community Sectors and Allocation of the Parish Fund 2006-07.pdf ...

Item 4 - Appendix 1

Item 4 - Appendix 1.pdf ...

Item 4 - Appendix 2

Item 4 - Appendix 2.pdf ...

Item 5 - Allocation of Section 106 Monies Towards Improvements at Sandford Street, Lichfield

Item 5 - Allocation of Section 106 Monies Towards Improvements at Sandford Street Lichfield.pdf ...

Item 6 - City Centre Heritage Parks Scheme - Heritage Lottery Fund Application

Item 6 - City Centre Parks Scheme - Heritage Lottery Fund Application.pdf ...

Item 7 - Lichfield City Centre Paving Enhancement Project

Item 7 - Lichfield City Centre Paving Enhancement Project.pdf ...

Item 8 - Swinfen Broun Bequest - Preservation of Heads

Item 8 - Swinfen Broun Bequest - Preservation of Heads.pdf ...

Item 9 - Commissioning a Patient Led NHS

Item 9 - Commissioning a Patient Led NHS.pdf ...

Item 3 - Strategic Commissioning of Services from the Voluntary and Community Sector

Item 3 - Strategic Commissioning of Services from the Voluntary and Community Sector 1 .pdf ...

Item 4 - Allocation of Small Grants to the Voluntary and Community Sectors and Allocation of the Parish Fund 2006-07

Item 4 - Allocation of Small Grants to the Voluntary and Community Sectors and Allocation of the Parish Fund 2006-07.pdf ...

Item 5 - Allocation of Section 106 Monies Towards Improvements at Sandford Street, Lichfield

Item 5 - Allocation of Section 106 Monies Towards Improvements at Sandford Street Lichfield 1 .pdf ...

Item 6 - City Centre Heritage Parks Scheme - Heritage Lottery Fund Application

Item 6 - City Centre Heritage Parks Scheme - Heritage Lottery Fund Application.pdf ...

Item 7 - Lichfield City Centre Paving Enhancement Project

Item 7 - Lichfield City Centre Paving Enhancement Project 1 .pdf ...

Item 8 - Swinfen Broun Bequest - Preservation of Heads

Item 8 - Swinfen Broun Bequest - Preservation of Heads 1 .pdf ...

Item 9 - Commissioning a Patient Led NHS

Item 9 - Commissioning a Patient Led NHS 1 .pdf ...

Item 4 - Planning Application Reports

Planning Agenda 13.3.06 Committee.pdf ...

Agenda

Agenda 17 .pdf ...

Minutes

minutes 32 .pdf ...

Download the Agenda

Agenda for Meeting on 14 March 2006.doc ...

Item 4 - Heathland Grazing

lm-3-3-06-SUBMISSION TO CULTURAL SERVICES1.pdf ...

Item 5- Lichfield City Heritage

HLF update.pdf ...

Item-6 Culture in the Local Development Framework

Briefing Paper 14th March Cultural OS1 black and white.pdf ...

Item-7 Update on Burntwood Leisure Centre

030306 BLC CCTV system.pdf ...

Item9 - Work Programme

Work programme 2005 06 template 1 .pdf ...

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14 March 2006.doc ...

Agenda

Agenda 19 .pdf ...

Item 3 - Minutes of the Meeting held on 25 January 2006

Item 3 - Minutes of the Meeting held on 25 January 2006.pdf ...

Item 4 - Work Programme

Item 4 - Work Programme.pdf ...

Item 5 - Equalities - Third Annual Status Report

Item 5 - Equalities - Third Annual Status Report.pdf ...

Item 6 - Customer First - Review of Payment Methods

Item 6 - Customer First - Review of Payment Methods.pdf ...

Item 7 - Community Training Centre

Item 7 - Community Training Centre.pdf ...

Agenda

Agenda 24 .pdf ...

Minutes

Minutes 23.01.06.pdf ...

Agenda Item 6 - Draft Work Programme & Terms of Reference

Agenda Item 6 - Draft Work Programme & Terms of Reference 1 .pdf ...

Agenda Item 4 - Best Value Review of Street Cleansing

Agenda Item 4 - Best Value Review of Street Cleansing 1 .pdf ...

Agenda

Development Agenda.pdf ...

item 3a

minutes of 24th Jan 2006 1 .pdf ...

Item 3(b)

minutes of 23rd Feb.pdf ...

Item 4

work programme.pdf ...

Item 5

Item 5 7 .pdf ...

Item 6

Item 6 5 .pdf ...

Item 6 - appendix 1

Item 6 - appendix 1.pdf ...

Item 7

Item 7 2 .pdf ...

Item 8

Item 8 2 .pdf ...

Item 8 - Appendix a

Item 8 Appendix A 3 .pdf ...

Item 9

Item 9 2 .pdf ...

Minutes

minutes of 22nd March 2006.pdf ...

Agenda

AGENDA - 4.4.06.pdf ...

Item 3 - Minutes of the Meeting of Lichfield District Disability Partnership Panel - 23.2.06

Item 3 - Lichfield District Disability Partnership Panel Minutes - 23.2.06.pdf ...

Item 4 - Notes of the Meeting of the Rural Affairs Panel - 8.3.06

Notes of Meeting of 8 March 2006 1 .pdf ...

Item 5 - Capital Programme 2005-12

Item 5 - Capital Programme 2005-12.pdf ...

Item 6 - Customer First Progress Report

Item 6 - Customer First Progress Report.pdf ...

Item 7 - Adoption of Lichfield District LDF - Statement of Community Involvement - Report

Item 7 - Adoption of - Lichfield District LDF - Statement of Community Involvement.pdf ...

Item 7 - Adoption of Lichfield District LDF - Appendix A

Item 7 - Adoption of Lichfield LDF - Appendix A.pdf ...

Item 7 - Adoption of Lichfield District LDF - Statement of Community Involvement - Document

Item 7 - Adoption of LDF - Statement of Community Involvement Document.pdf ...

Item 8 - Aspire Project - Fazeley and Edingale Youth Clubs

Item 8 - Aspire Project - Fazeley and Edingale Youth Clubs.pdf ...

Item 5 - Capital Programme 2005-12

Item 5 - Capital Programme 2005-12 1 .pdf ...

Item 6 - Customer First Progress Report

Item 6 - Customer First Progress Report 1 .pdf ...

Item 7 - Adoption of Lichfield District Local Development Framework - Statement of Community Involvement

Item 7 - Adoption of Lichfield District Local Development Framework - Statement of Community Involvement.pdf ...

Item 8 - Aspire Project - Fazeley and Edingale Youth Clubs

Item 8 - Aspire Project - Fazeley and Edingale Youth Clubs 1 .pdf ...

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agenda 9 .pdf ...

Download the Minutes

minutes 31 .pdf ...

Download Briefing Paper on Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act 2005

Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act- Briefing Note 1 .pdf ...

Agenda

Agenda 28 .pdf ...

Item 5 - Report of Leader of the Council - Executive Decisions - 7 March 2006

Agenda Item 5 Report of the Leader of the Council.pdf ...

Item 6 - Report of Chairman of Development (Overview and Scrutiny) Committee

Agenda Item 6 Chairman-s Report Development Services Special Meeting.pdf ...

Item 7 - Report of Chairman of Lichfield and Tamworth Joint Health Scrutiny Committee

Agenda Item 7 Lichfield & Tamworth Joint Health Committee Chairman-s Report.pdf ...

Item 11 - Report of Chairman of Development (Overview and Scrutiny) Committee

Agenda Item 11 Chairman-s Report Development Services.pdf ...

Item 16 (a) - Capital Programme 2005-12

Item 16 (a) - Capital Programme 2005-12.pdf ...

Item 16 (b) - Adoption of : Lichfield District Local Development Framework : Statement of Community Involvement

Item 16 (b) - Adoption of - Lichfield District LDF - Statement of Community Involvement.pdf ...

Item 5 - Lichfield District Venture Minutes - 6 April 2006

Item 5 - Lichfield District Venture Minutes - 6 April 2006.pdf ...

Agenda

AGENDA EXECUTIVE - 2.5.06.pdf ...

Item 4 - Asset Strategy Group Minutes - 5 April 2006

Item 4 - Asset Strategy Group Minutes - 5 April 2006.pdf ...

Item 6 - Lichfield District Parish Forum Minutes - 12 April 2006

Item 6 - Lichfield District Parish Forum Minutes - 12 April 2006.pdf ...

Item 7 - Reducing Health Inequalities in the Communities of Burntwood, Lichfield and Tamworth - A Strategic Framework for Action

Item 7 - Reducing Health Inequalities in the Communities of Burntwood Lichfield and Tamworth - Report.pdf ...

Item 8 - Chase Terrace Environmental Improvements - Sankeys Corner Phase ll

Item 8 - Chase Terrace Environmental Improvements - Sankeys Corner Phase ll.pdf ...

Item 9 - Supplementary Planning Document - Planning Obligations Consultation Responses and Proposed Modifications

Item 9 - Supplementary Planning Document - Planning Obligations Consultation Responses and Proposed Modifications.pdf ...

Item 10 - Positive Futures Scheme

Item 10 - Positive Futures Executive Scheme.pdf ...

Item 11 - Lichfield City Centre Paving Enhancement Project

Item 11 - Lichfield City Centre Paving Enhancement Project.pdf ...

Item 12 - Provision of Burial Ground

Item 12 - Provision of Burial Ground - St. Matthews Hospital Site Burntwood.pdf ...

Item 7 - Reducing Health Inequalities - Appendix A

Item 7 - Reducing Health Inequalities - Appendix A 1 .pdf ...

Item 12 - Provision of Burial Ground - Appendix A

Item 12 - Provision of Burial Ground - Appendix A 2 .pdf ...

Item 7 - Reducing Health Inequalities in the Communities of Burntwood, Lichfield and Tamworth

Item 7 - Reducing Health Inequalities in the Communities of Burntwood Lichfield and Tamworth - A Strategic Framework for Action.pdf ...

Item 8 - Chase Terrace Environmental Improvements - Sankeys Corner Phase ll

Item 8 - Chase Terrace Environmental Improvements - Sankeys Corner Phase ll 1 .pdf ...

Item 9 - Supplementary Planning Document - Planning Obligations Consultation Responses and Proposed Modifications

Item 9 - Supplementary Planning Document - Planning Obligations Consultation Responses and Proposed Modifications 1 .pdf ...

Item 10 - Positive Futures Scheme

Item 10 - Positive Futures Scheme.pdf ...

Item 11 - Lichfield City Centre Paving Enhancement Project

Item 11 - Lichfield City Centre Paving Enhancement Project 1 .pdf ...

Item 12 - Provision of Burial Ground - St Matthew's Hospital Site, Burntwood

Item12 - Provision of Burial Ground - St Matthew-s Hospital Site Burntwood.pdf ...

Planning Application Reports

Agenda Planning Committee 14.5.06.pdf ...

Agenda

Agenda 29 .pdf ...

Planning Committee Results

Committee Results Sheet 15.5.06.pdf ...

Supplementary Information

Supplementary Report 15.05.06.pdf ...

Minutes

minutes 50 .pdf ...

Council Agenda 16.5.06

Agenda - Public Version.pdf ...

Agenda Item 13 Members' Allowances - Appendix D (Mauve Enclosure)

Agenda Item 13 Appendix D (Mauve Enclosure) - Report of the Independent Remuneration Panel.pdf ...

Agenda Item 11 Appendix B Chairmen and Vice-Chairmen 2006/07 (Blue Enclosure)

Agenda Item 11 Appendix B (Blue Enclosure) Chairmen & Vice-Chairmen 2006-07.pdf ...

Agenda Item 10 Appendix A (Yellow Enclosure) Appointments to Committees

Appendix 10 Appendix A (Yellow Enclosure) Appointments to Exective Committees and Panels.pdf ...

Agenda Item 12 Appendix C - Outside Representatives 2006 (Gold Enclosure)

Outside Representatives 2006-2007 proposals.pdf ...

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Internal Audit Half Year Progress Report

Item 4 - Append A.pdf ...

Revised Planned Audit Work Programme 2005/2006

Item 4 - Amended Plan 05-06.pdf ...

Minutes

minutes 136 .pdf ...

Agenda

Agenda 20 .pdf ...

Item 4 - Appendix A

Item 4 - Appendix A.pdf ...

Item 4 - Appendix A - append

Item 4 - Append A - append.pdf ...

Item 5 - Appendix A

Item 5 - Append A.pdf ...

Item 5 - Appendix B

Item 5 - Append B.pdf ...

Item 5 - Appendix C

Item 5 - Append C.pdf ...

Item 6 - Appendix A

Item 6 - Append A.pdf ...

Item 6 - Appendix B

Item 6 - Append B.pdf ...

Item 6 - Appendix C

Item 6 - Append C.pdf ...

Minutes

minutes 137 .pdf ...

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Agenda for Meeting on 31 January 2006.doc ...

Item9 - Work Programme

Work programme 2005 06 template 2 .pdf ...

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31 January 2006.doc ...

Agenda - 7 February 2006

AGENDA - EXECUTIVE - 7.2.06.pdf ...

Item 3 - Asset Strategy Group Minutes - 10 January 2006

Item 3 - Asset Strategy Group Minutes - 10 January 2006.pdf ...

Item 4 - Lichfield District Parish Forum Minutes - 11 January 2006

Item 4 - Lichfield District Parish Forum Minutes - 11 January 2006.pdf ...

Item 5 - Crime and Disorder Partnership Panel Minutes - 16 January 2006

Item 5 - Crime and Disorder Partnership Panel Minutes - 16 January 2006.pdf ...

Item 6 - Draft Sustainable Community Strategy 2006-2021

Item 6 - Draft Sustainable Community Strategy 2006-2021.pdf ...

Item 6 - Draft Sustainable Community Strategy - Appendix A

Item 6 - Draft Sustainable Community Strategy - Appendix A.pdf ...

Item 7 - Nine Monthly Review of Performance Against the Financial Strategy

Item 7 - Nine Monthly Review of Performance Against the Financial Strategy.pdf ...

Item 8 - Strategic Plan, Medium Term Financial Forecast for Revenue and Capital 2005-12

Item 8 - Strategic Plan Medium Term Financial Forecast for Revenue and Capital 2005-12.pdf ...

Item 8 - Strategic Plan - Appendix A

Item 8 - Strategic Plan - Appendix A.pdf ...

Item 9 - Treasury Management Strategy Statement 2006-07

Item 9 - Treasury Management Strategy Statement 2006 07.pdf ...

Item 10 - Lichfield District LDF - Lichfield City Centre and West Burntwood Area Action Plans

Item 10 - Lichfield District LDF - Lichfield City Centre and West Burntwood Area Action Plans.pdf ...

Item 10 - Lichfield District LDF - Appendix A

Item 10 - Lichfield District LDF - Appendix A.pdf ...

Item 10 - Lichfield District LDF - West Burntwood - Plan A

Item 10 - Lichfield LDF - West Burntwood - Plan A.pdf ...

Item 10 - Lichfield District LDF - West Burntwood Plan B

Item 10 - Lichfield LDF - West Burntwood - Plan B.pdf ...

Item 10 - Lichfield District LDF - Appendix B

Item 10 - Lichfield LDF - Appendix B.pdf ...

Item 10 - Lichfield District LDF - West Burntwood - Plan D

Item 10 - Lichfield LDF - West Burntwood - Plan D.pdf ...

Item 10 - Lichfield District LDF - Lichfield City - Plan A

Item 10 - Lichfield LDF - Lichfield City - Plan A.pdf ...

Item 10 - Lichfield District LDF - Lichfield City - Plan B

Item 10 - Lichfield LDF - Lichfield City Plan B.pdf ...

Item 10 - Lichfield District LDF - Lichfield City - Plan C

Item 10 - Lichfield LDF - Lichfield City - Plan C 2 .pdf ...

Item 11 - Review of Fees for Complaints Submitted under Part 8 of the Anti-Social Behaviour Act 2003 - High Hedges

Item 11 - Review of Fees for Complaints Submitted under Part 8 of the Anti-Social Behaviour Act 2003 - High Hedges.pdf ...

Item 10 - Lichfield District LDF - West Burntwood - Plan C

Item 10 - Lichfield LDF - West Burntwood - Plan C 2 .pdf ...

Urgent Item - Consultation on Draft PPS3 - Housing

URGENT REPORT - CONSULTATION ON DRAFT PPS3 - HOUSING.pdf ...

Urgent Item - Planning Gain - Consultation Paper

URGENT REPORT - PLANNING GAIN - CONSULTATION PAPER.pdf ...

Item 6 - Draft Sustainable Community Strategy 2006-2021

Item 6 - Draft Sustainable Community Strategy 2006-2021 1 .pdf ...

Item 7 - Nine Monthly Review of Performance against Financial Strategy

Item 7 - Nine Monthly Review of Performance against Financial Strategy.pdf ...

Item 8 - Strategic Plan Medium Term Financial Forecast for Revenue and Capital 2005-12

Item 8 - Strategic Plan Medium Term Financial Forecast for Revenue and Capital 2005-12.pdf ...

Item 9 - Treasury Management Strategy Statement 2006-07

Item 9 - Treasury Management Strategy Statement 2006-07.pdf ...

Item 10 - Lichfield District Local Development Framework - Lichfield City Centre and West Burntwood Area Action Plans

Item 10 - Lichfield District Local Development Framework - Lichfield City Centre and West Burntwood Area Action Plans.pdf ...

Item 11 - Review of Fees for Complaints Submitted under Part 8 of the Anti-Social Behaviour Act 2003 - High Hedges

Item 11 - Review of Fees for Complaints Submitted under Part 8 of the Anti-Social Behaviour Act 2003 - High Hedges 1 .pdf ...

Urgent Item - Consultation on Draft PPS3 - Housing

Urgent Item - Consultation on Draft PPS3 - Housing.pdf ...

Urgent Item - Planning-Gain Supplement - Consultation Paper

Urgent Item - Planning-Gain - Consultation Paper.pdf ...

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Agenda 18 .pdf ...

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minutes 30 .pdf ...

Download the Agenda

OLPP Agenda 5th March 2012 v2.pdf ...

Item 3 - Minutes of the Last Meeting

Item 3 - OLPP 23rd Jan 2012 v2.pdf ...

Item 4 - Joint Waste - Weekly Collections Support Scheme

Item 4 - waste weekly collections.pdf ...

Item 6 - Locking Burntwood’s Parks

Item 6 - Burntwood Parks OS Committee 5 3 12.pdf ...

Item 8 - Forward Plan and Work Programme

Item 8 - Work Programme and Forward Plan v2.pdf ...

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minutes 6 .pdf ...

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City Centre Parking letter.pdf ...

Download LDF - Action Plans update

Local Development Framework - Action Plans.pdf ...

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Shopmoblity.pdf ...

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Agenda 6 .pdf ...

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agenda 1 .pdf ...

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minutes 10 .pdf ...

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affordable housing.pdf ...

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agenda 2 .pdf ...

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minutes 11 .pdf ...

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item 4 1 .pdf ...

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item 5.pdf ...

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agenda 3 .pdf ...

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minutes 12 .pdf ...

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agenda 4 .pdf ...

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Minutes 1 .pdf ...

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agenda 5 .pdf ...

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Agenda

Agenda 12 .pdf ...

Agenda for DPP 23/02/06

agenda 8 .pdf ...

Minutes for DPP 23.02.06

minutes 26 .pdf ...

Agenda 23rd February 2006

Councillors Agenda.pdf ...

Item 3

Item 3.pdf ...

Item 4

Item 4 3 .pdf ...

Item 5

Item 5 5 .pdf ...

Minutes

minutes of 23rd Feb 1 .pdf ...

Planning Application Reports

Planning Agenda 3.4.06.pdf ...

Agenda

Agenda 25 .pdf ...

Item 5 - Consultation Policy

Item 5 8 .pdf ...

Item 5 - Appendix 1

Item 5 - appendix 1.pdf ...

Item 5 - Having Your Say

Item 5 - Have your say.pdf ...

Item 5 - How it works

Item 5 - How it works.pdf ...

Minutes

minutes 33 .pdf ...

Agenda

Agenda 27 .pdf ...

Item 5 - Planning Application Reports

Planning Committee Agenda 24.4.06 1 .pdf ...

Planning Committee Results

Committee Results Sheet 24.4.06.pdf ...

Minutes

minutes 34 .pdf ...

Agenda

Agenda 26 .pdf ...

Minutes

minutes-web site.pdf ...

Agenda

AGENDA - 11.4.06.pdf ...

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