Councillors from around the local area have seen for themselves the damage caused by the latest landslip at Lea Road, near Cromford. Derbyshire County Councillors were joined by councillors from local parish and town councils.
Work needed to complete the construction of a new road linking Woodville and Swadlincote resumed this week in a push to get the route open before Christmas.
Routine safety checks are due to take place at Osborne’s Pond next week in Shipley Country Park which we run.
Government inspectors have praised Derbyshire County Council’s ‘passionate and skilled’ workforce for showing ‘ambition and determination to secure the best outcomes’ for young people leaving its care.
We have announced the appointment of Emma Alexander, current interim Managing Executive Director and Executive Director for Commissioning, Communities & Policy, as our permanent Managing Director.
A new, state-of-the-art care home that we are building in Cotmanhay, near Ilkeston, is taking shape.
An outbreak of avian influenza has been confirmed at a commercial premises in South Derbyshire.
People will be asked their views on the future of accommodation for older people in a number of our residential care homes.
Around £2 million has been given to projects to help boost businesses, create jobs and improve the career prospects of residents in the High Peak and Derbyshire Dales following our bids for government cash.
Residents who haven’t yet had their say in our annual survey are being encouraged to do it now as the deadline approaches.
Proposals to consult on the future of accommodation for older and disabled people in a number of our residential care homes will be discussed next week.
A pioneering project of ours, funded by the Museums Association, has been hailed a success after new homes were found for more than 2,000 pieces of art and other historical artefacts.
Parents can now apply for their child’s infant, junior or primary school place for September 2022.
Detailed proposals to regenerate Elvaston Castle’s historic grounds have been made available to view ahead of planning applications being submitted for the first phase of a £35 million regeneration programme.
Lea Road has had a further landslip, following heavy rain last weekend.
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