Staffordshire Education Infrastructure Contributions Policy (SEICP)

Closed 23 Nov 2020

Opened 12 Oct 2020


Staffordshire County Council (SCC) is consulting on its updated Staffordshire Education Infrastructure Contributions Policy (SEICP). This document sets out the approach that SCC will take in identifying the impact of new residential development on education infrastructure and the necessary mitigation to make developments acceptable in planning terms. It provides the basis for determining likely educational contributions which enable indicative figures to be calculated.

Why your views matter

This revised document includes policy updates from the latest NPPF, as well as guidance by the Department for Education (DfE) on calculating developer contributions. The policy also now includes Special Education Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and home to school transport provision.


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