From Thursday 5 November the Government has announced a month-long lockdown across the whole of England. From Thursday the new national lockdown rules will replace the current tier 2 high alert measures across the county. Stay safe – do it for Derbyshire.
We are painting double yellow lines at several locations in the county that have seen issues caused by dangerous parking over the past few months.
Lorry drivers who continually flout weight restrictions on roads and bridges are being warned by our trading standards team that they will be prosecuted, after nearly 40 successful cases were brought by officers in just 6 months.
Some libraries across Derbyshire are to begin reopening from next week with several temporary changes in place to keep customers and staff safe.
We are appealing for more foster carers to join our team as lockdown measures start to ease.
Alterations to town centre layouts have taken place across the county after the Government asked councils to make them safe for shoppers.
A clarion call went out to national government this week to take notice of the expertise that rural communities can offer in combating climate change and to give them fairer funding to meet some of the challenges.
Inspectors from Ofsted have praised our adult community education service for supporting some of Derbyshire’s most vulnerable residents to learn.
A planning application to build a new mountain bike trail at Shipley Country Park near Heanor and to avoid costly changes to Osborne’s Pond will be considered by Amber Valley Borough Council’s Planning Board at a future meeting.
Residents are no longer being asked to avoid taking vans and trailers to our recycling centres – but visitors are still only allowed in on certain days to help with social distancing.
Residents can take part in a wide range of free online courses this summer.
Small and medium size businesses getting back on their feet across the county are being reminded that they can get apprenticeship support funded by us.
We are making changes to town centres around the county to help with increasing numbers of visitors as more shops start to re-open.
A short stretch of the A61 in Dronfield is to be resurfaced following residents reporting noise issues.
We've restated our commitment to equality and diversity in the light of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Work to build 2 large new industrial units has started at Derbyshire County Council and HBD’s flagship regeneration site, signalling confidence in Derbyshire’s future economic prospects.
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