Crow Lane in Chesterfield will close permanently to vehicles on 17 February 2023 to allow a dedicated cycle and walking route to the Royal Hospital.
The reinstatement of a full 7 days a week rail service from Matlock to Nottingham has been welcomed by council Leader Councillor Barry Lewis.
Councillors have approved plans to repair and bring into operation the waste treatment centre in Sinfin.
A new Minerals Local Plan for Derby and Derbyshire is nearing the final stage of consultation after our Cabinet Members approved the latest draft.
At the start of the new school term, we are looking to recruit to school governor positions across the county.
Parents and carers are being asked to talk to their children about what they’re doing on the internet as part of the fight to keep them safe from online harm.
Just under £7 million in funding for local improvements in the East Midlands has been approved by the government.
Our proposed council tax rise for the year ahead is expected to be one of the lowest county council increases in the country if agreed.
We have approved an additional £200,000 of funding to help support Derbyshire households with food and energy costs.
An outbreak of avian flu has been confirmed at premises near Bakewell in the Derbyshire Dales.
A consultation on 20mph limits as part of a Greener Towns initiative for two Derbyshire towns is now open.
Proposals to build a relief road in Ashbourne have taken a step forward after we submitted a pre-planning application for the development.
Our award-winning museum and art gallery at Buxton is celebrating a successful 2022, a year that saw more than 30,000 visitors through its doors on Terrace Road.
Residents are being encouraged to make 2023 the year they do something amazing for a local child by becoming one of our foster carers.
People living and working in Buxton and Long Eaton could be asked for their views on having 20mph limits in their towns as part of a Greener Towns initiative.
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