Following on from planning consent CH/18/268 approved in October 2018 for the demolition of Rugeley Power Station, the Council has received an outline application for the redevelopment of the Rugeley Power Station site. The proposed development will deliver up to 2,300 No. Residential Dwellings, up to 5 hectares (ha) of employment land, up to 3.2 ha of ground mounted solar panels, up to 1.2 ha of mixed use development comprising community facilities including 2 form entry primary school, associated access and supporting amenity space, landscaping, green infrastructure and sustainable drainage systems.
The application is accompanied by a large range of documents including an Environmental Statement and appendices which can be viewed in full on the Council’s main application website here. The application reference number is CH/19/201. Please quote this in all correspondence in connection with the application.
In order to assist with the publicity of the application, the Council has selected key documents that are likely to be of interest to most people. These are published on this page as well as the main application page for ease of reference. These documents are available to read under the drop down sections below.
Following on from the public consultation processes associated with the application, the Council’s Planning Control Committee considered the application on 15th January 2020. At this meeting elected Councillors voted to approve the application subject to conditions and subject to securing a range of requirements within a S106 legal agreement. More about the decision can be found within the Agenda and Minutes associated with this Planning Control Committee meeting on the Council’s Meetings and Committees webpage. To date discussions relating to the S106 legal agreement remain ongoing and no decision has yet been issued. Further updates will be posted to this page and the application webpage as circumstances change.’
Last Updated: 12/03/2020