Hixon Parish Council is a statutory consultee on all planning applications submitted for development within the parish boundary. The Parish Council can only support or object to planning applications, the final decision is made in most cases by Stafford Borough Council. Hixon Parish Council is also consulted on planning applications submitted to Staffordshire County Council. Hixon Parish Council endeavours to be consistent in how it considers all planning applications and uses The Plan for Stafford Borough and the Hixon Neighbourhood Plan as its point of reference. 


Green Man planning application Objection Letter 21/05/18

Hixon Parish Council has objected to the planning application to demolish the Green Man pub and build a Co-op retail outlet and three 2.5 storey houses on the site.

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Planning Applications 15/05/18

Details of planning applications since December 2008 ....
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gladman result 31/01/17

Hixon Parish Council has been informed that the appeal against the refusal to grant planning permission for 90 houses off Stowe Lane has been dismissed by the Secretary of State. The policies within the Hixon Neighbourhood Plan were a significant factor in the Secretary of State's decision. It is thanks to the three years of hard work by the Hixon Neighbourhood Plan steering group that it is now also part of the planning policies of Stafford Borough Council and will be the benchmark by which all future planning applications will be judged. ....
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Hixon Neighbourhood Plan 03/01/17

95.2% of people voting voted YES for the Hixon Neighbourhood Plan at the referendum on Sept. 15th 2016. The Neighbourhood Plan was considered by Stafford Borough Council Cabinet on 3 November 2016 and adopted by Council on 22 November 2016. The Hixon Neighbourhood Plan is now part of the Borough’s development plan for making planning decisions. Read on for more information. ....
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