Derbyshire Council News Feed
Updated: 2 hours 33 min ago
An ambitious new approach which will set our future direction is to be discussed by our Cabinet at a meeting on 22 February 2018.
Motorists are advised of changes to traffic flows while work connected to improving a footpath opposite a Chesterfield leisure park continues.
Levels of contamination in a pond at Shipley Country Park are continuing to reduce following a liquid cyanide spillage which leaked into the water last week.
Trading standards are warning restaurants and takeaways to take extra care when preparing food after samples of meals for customers with egg allergies were found to contain unsafe levels of egg protein.
Proposals to keep a care home in Cotmanhay open while plans for a replacement are drawn up are due to be considered by our Cabinet.
We're warning walkers to stay away from two ponds in Shipley Country Park following a cyanide leak from a nearby industrial estate earlier this week.
Six former councillors who have made a significant contribution to Derbyshire County Council are now Honorary Aldermen and Alderwomen.
Hill is the story of one Derbyshire hill told in photography, film, sculpture, poetry and song.
A further round of work to switch to new-style street lights which will save us £1.2m per year is to begin in south Derbyshire.
Plans to achieve a balanced budget for the year ahead have been agreed at a meeting of all members this week.
Schools have until the end of this week to give their views on a proposal to close the Derbyshire and Derby City Schools Library Service.
Residents interested in learning construction skills are being invited to sign up to a range of courses with our Adult Community Education Service.
A developer has been chosen to carry out the first phase of work on a new 40-bed care home and library in Belper.
Planning committee members at Derbyshire County Council yesterday (5 February 2018) voted by a majority of nine to one to reject the recommendation of council planning officers that an application by oil and chemical firm INEOS would be acceptable if strict planning controls are put in place.
Every year we invite Derbyshire residents to give feedback about their local household waste recycling centre.
People interested in a meeting being held to decide on Derbyshire County Council's position over a proposal to explore shale gas reserves near Eckington will be able to watch it live online.
We're helping to fund a new trust that aims to get more people involved in sport and activities.
Pupils at schools across Derbyshire are set to see playgrounds patched up and classrooms repaired with the help of our funding.
Planning committee members at Derbyshire County Council will hear the views of interested groups, including local residents, at a meeting next week before deciding on the council's position over a proposal to explore shale gas reserves near Eckington, which is subject to a planning appeal.
An Ashbourne road will be closed for three weeks while essential safety work is carried out.