Staffordshire is the place to start and the place to stay
A PLACE TO CALL HOME
With fantastic universities and vocational colleges, it’s a great place to continue your education, establish your business and put down your roots.
We’re talking about ‘liveability’; the collection of all things that give us a ‘quality of life’, and Staffordshire has them in abundance. Excellent schools and universities, a great value location with quick links to major cities, high quality homes that allow younger people to get onto the property ladder; and where you are in the county, within minutes you can be in glorious countryside.
Staffordshire is the place to start and to stay, from market towns to city living, characterful villages to new communities, plus an abundance of culture and attractions right on the doorstep.
& UK Central
jobs created 2011-2021. 103,000 new jobs to be created by 2038
increase in wages in last 10 years > national average representing greater skilled and higher paid jobs
Staffordshire economy > by £3.4 billion in key priority growth sectors digital, advanced manufacturing and construction
8 new or in development schools, 23 special schools, 84% of state schools rated OFSTED Good or Outstanding
investment to provide new pupil places in Staffordshire by 2031
high quality new homes planned or underway between now & 2038 with average house price of £200,000
and picturesque market towns supporting a variety of independent shops, cafes and bars
Students at Keele University and Staffordshire University. Keele 2nd best Medical School in UK. Staffs Uni ranked 1st for social policy and administration & 3rd for fashion and textiles in UK
Staffordshire County Council climate pledge & Net Zero commitment Major green energy hubs at Keele and Rugeley
Major employers located in Staffordshire such as JCB, Bet 365, JLR, Moog, Molson Coors, Portmerion, Wedgwood, Alton Towers
contributed to the national economy by Staffordshire economy
people already call Staffordshire home. 62,000 new people due by 2038 = +5.5%
Did you know…
The first jar of Marmite was produced in Staffordshire. It was German scientist, Justus Von Liebig, who realised that the beer by-product could be bottled and eaten.