How to Object

Click here or using the City Council web site – simply log onto http://www.stoke.gov.uk  On the Main page double click PLANNING on the menu bar.  Click centre picture ‘Planning Applications’ Click on the blue coloured Public Access Page.

If you haven’t used this system before you will need to Register.  Click on blue coloured ‘Register here’ and complete details as requested.

Once you have registered and received a confirmation email from the City Council, repeat the above and click on blue coloured Log in and make your comments.

Success?  Help your friends and neighbours if they are having difficulties – need help?  Ask Terry or Peter.   Writing a Letter or email – You should give your name, address and telephone number, state the planning ref number (57901), site address and proposal description.  Emails should be sent to planning@stoke.gov.uk

If you’ve not objected yet, download this letter Amended Pro-Forma for Objections, then fill in the blanks and send a separate form into the council from each person living at your address.

Letters should be sent to: Development Management, Stoke on Trent Council, PO Box 630, Floor 3, Civic Centre, Glebe Street, Stoke on Trent, ST4 1HH.


Cllr. Daniel Jellyman,  daniel.jellyman@stoke.gov.uk  tel 01782 899000

Cllr. Terence Follows, terence.follows@stoke.gov.uk  tel 643553 (07944 055379)

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2 thoughts on “How to Object

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  2. Sorry I won’t be able to attend but I would like to register my support.Trentham/Hanford has expanded hugely in the last 50 years, and there has to be a limit.I am even more concerned about what remains of the open land between Hanford, New Inn Lane and Longton Brook/the canal.This has been depleted by housing, the rugby club’s seemingly unquestioned expanse and the huge industrial ‘tin boxes’ at the Sideway end. In my opinion, what remains should be preserved while it is still possible and made into a country or forest park as at Hanley and Park Hall.

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