Final preparations are under way to get our latest state-of-the-art care home ready for its first permanent residents.
“If you’ve got symptoms, act like you’ve got it and stay at home.” That’s the message from Derbyshire’s Director of Public Health for people in the High Peak following another sharp increase in coronavirus cases.
Derbyshire home and business owners affected by the November 2019 or February 2020 floods are being encouraged to apply for funding to help prevent damage should they be flooded in the future.
We're giving a helping hand to some of the most rural parts of Derbyshire so they can access high speed broadband.
We have approved ambitious plans for the future of local government in the county.
Derbyshire’s Director of Public Health is calling on residents in Heanor and the surrounding area to stay alert after a sharp increase in cases of coronavirus.
A further electric car charging site is ready for use at Edward Street Car Park in Glossop as part of our climate friendly car initiative.
A ‘Vegan Camp Out’ festival planning to bring 1,000 people to the village of Riddings has been served a prohibition notice.
Parents of Year Six pupils living in Derbyshire can now apply for their child’s secondary school place for September 2021.
The county’s mobile library service will hit the road again later this month after it was halted due to coronavirus.
We have announced ambitious plans for the future of local government in the county.
Over 50 Derbyshire schools are set to benefits from building improvements thanks to our £1.9 million funding initiative.
A 2 mile stretch of the A61 near Dronfield will be resurfaced by us in a bid to reduce excess noise levels.
We have awarded almost £1 million through our Action Grants scheme over the past 2 years.
A brand new school, Highfields Spencer Academy, will open to pupils on 9 September 2020, only 9 months after work started on site.
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